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CEO Andrew Gilman was quoted in the DMN article, “Bad News Can Move At The Speed Of Light” on the importance of having a crisis communications plan in place.
When the Tylenol crisis hit, “you had three TV networks, print, AP, UPI…you had a small funnel to navigate to get the message out,” said Andrew Gilman, president and CEO of D.C.’s CommCore Consulting Group. Read more
Andrew Gilman was quoted in the Talent Economy article, “Are Leadership Development Programs Worth It” analyzing ROI in relation to companies investing in their employees.
“Leadership training programs are as effective as both the program and the candidate,” said Andrew Gilman, president and CEO of CommCore Consulting Group, a communications consulting firm based in Washington, D.C. Read more
CommCore CEO, Andrew Gilman was quoted in Business Insider’s article, “Uber is blowing the door wide open for its toughest competition” speaking about how Uber’s recent ‘aggressive, go-fast culture’ may now be working against them. Read more
CommCore CEO, Andrew Gilman was quoted in the New York Times article “A Top Uber Executive, Fraying the Company’s ‘A-Team'” providing his analysis on the company’s executive moves.
With all the changes, the A-Team — at least as originally conceived — is unlikely to come together again. Read more
CommCore Consulting Group’s CEO, Andrew Gilman was recently quoted in the New York Times and published in the Miami Herald in the article, “Uber’s board is considering a leave of absence for CEO Travis Kalanick”. Read more
CommCore CEO Andrew Gilman recently sat down for an interview with FIR Podcast.
Andy provided his expertise concerning the role of internal communications in a crisis situation. Mr. Gilman also discussed when to decide to speak out on a situation, how to coordinate internal and external messages, and how to prepare for a crisis. Read more
By: Max Nelson
A recent highly-publicized study by economists from MIT and Boston University concluded that automation is primarily responsible for American job loss. They claim that over the last 20 years, modern industrialization techniques rather than trade have been the main factor in the erosion of manufacturing jobs. Read more
CommCore SVP Nick Peters comments on lessons Uber CEO Travis Kalanick could learn about leadership: