By ADRIAN YAP CHENG KHIN
Let’s assume you’re in a situation where your corporate culture is in tatters. It has run way ahead of you and is basically destroying everything in its path. How do you arrest the situation and turn the situation around?
By HANK MOORE
In 1912, the Titanic hit an iceberg and sank, and 1,502 people were killed. Think of other disasters that forced major changes in planning, policy, safety, implementation and accountability. Doing nothing or improper planning only invites and tends to multiply trouble.
By DANIEL BURRUS
The pace of technology-driven change today is too rapid for even the best reaction time to be fast enough. The author suggests that being proactive is no longer the answer, but rather, organisations ought to be pre-active.
By SARAH LIM JIA HUI
In Ice Age 5, Buck, with the help of the rest of the herd, manages to save the day with his quick wits and unwavering optimism – showing that he is a stellar example for how best to respond to a crisis.
On a personal level, how did you think we did as a nation in handling the MH370 crisis last year? Let us be open and hear it from someone who has significant exposure in media communications. Here is Part III by Alan Stevens.