3 Tips for Effective Crisis Management
March 28, 2017
What do you do when you are served with a high-profile, “bet-the-company” lawsuit? When you find yourself in the middle of a hostile takeover bid or a proxy fight? When you are the subject of a whistleblower’s surprise allegation or a government investigation? How do you respond?
Originally published in ThinkAdvisor, March 28, 2017
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