Who doesn’t remember being shushed by the school librarian? Too much noise in the library is disruptive, but if you’re stuck at an airport or waiting to watch a football game, you want noise… a constant flow of information. Read more
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- Breaches rose from 783 to 3,930
- Records exposed jumped from 85 million to 736 million
- Estimated financial losses from compromised records leaped from $400 million to $14.9 billion
- Bungled protocols at Texas Presbyterian Hospital, site of the original infection
- Conflicting public messages from hospital, county, state and federal government authorities
- Lack of overall preparedness and coordination
- Safety first
- He is ready to take whatever actions are required to safeguard the public and salvage the crumbling system regardless of the consequences
Michigan Governor Rick Snyder’s public apology for the water crisis in Flint brings to light several crisis issues – many centered on communications problems:
- Was this a preventable crisis?
- Why didn’t Gov.
For the pharmaceutical and biotechnology industries, the Trust-Breaker is drug/product prices. For automotive it has always been safety, but today cheating the EPA is just as hot. In banking and finance, it’s CEO’s pay and annual bonuses versus the average worker. Read more
We’re not in the business of picking on pro athletes. But it sure appears that some of them are quite good at social media blunders. We can learn from two ill-advised postings over the summer:
Shortly after Washington Redskins quarterback Robert Griffin (aka RGIII) lost his starting job, an intern he hired to manage his social media postings “liked” a posting on Instagram criticizing the football team’s owner. Read more