Tag Archives: Avoidable Corporate Disaster

A Corporate Disaster Is Corporate Irresponsibility

(The first of a six part series.) Natural disasters—hurricanes, tornadoes, earthquakes—are unavoidable. Prudent, responsible companies in disaster-prone locations make contingency plans to mitigate the impact of a natural disaster, even if the likelihood of one occurring is small. Man-made corporate … Continue reading

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Flying Drones Through Loopholes: Questions of Business Ethics and Responsibility

           Risk managers, reputation managers, directors of corporate communications, chief ethics officers, CEOs, and board members of at least a number of household name companies are either asleep at the switch, or having sleepless nights. We can’t be sure which … Continue reading

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Freedom Industries: Preliminary Autopsy Results On An Avoidable Corporate Disaster

Last month we learned of more damage from the chemical spill into Elk River in West Virginia in January, 2014: The indictment of four owner-executives of the company responsible for the spill, Freedom Industries. To recap the facts: Freedom Industries … Continue reading

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