Monthly Archives: November 2012

Crisis Management lessons from Pike River mine disaster

The most effective method of crisis management is to take steps to avoid the crisis happening in the first place. And the simplest way to achieve that is to recognise and respond to the warning signs which precede just about … Continue reading

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How media scares poison real issue debate

Journalists occasionally get the story wrong. And sometimes that’s unintentional. But deliberate media scares are a major reputation risk which endangers legitimate discussion on important public issues. Two recent cases highlight how manipulation of or by the media can poison real debate. … Continue reading

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