Broken Business: Seven Steps to Reform Good Companies Gone Bad

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  • 352 pages
  • Broken Business: Seven Steps to Reform Good Companies Gone Bad
  • José Hernández
  • 16 April 2018
  • 1119547539

About the Author: José Hernández

Jos Hern ndez born Jos Rafael Hern ndez y Pueyrred n November 10, 1834 October 21, 1886 was an Argentine journalist, poet, and politician best known as the author of the epic poem Mart n Fierro Librarian Note There isthan one author in the Goodreads database with this name.Hern ndez, whose ancestry was a mix of Spanish, Irish, and French, was born on a farm near San Mart n Buenos Aires Province His father was a butler or foreman of a series of cattle ranches His career was to be an alternation between stints on the Federal side in the civil wars of Argentina and Uruguay and life as a newspaperman, a short stint as an employee of a commercial firm, and a period as stenographer to the legislature of the Confederation.Hern ndez founded the newspaper El R o de la Plata, which advocated local autonomy, abolition of the conscripted frontier contingents , and election of justices of the peace, military commanders, and school boards He opposed immigration, because he believed it undermined the pastoral foundation of the region s wealth He envisioned a federal republic based in pastoralism, but also featuring a strong system of education and a literate population.Although a federalist opposed to the centralizing, modernizing, and Europeanizing tendencies of Argentine president Domingo Sarmiento, Hern ndez was no apologist for General Juan Manuel de Rosas, whom he characterized as a tyrant and a despot.Hern ndez is known today almost exclusively for his masterpiece Mart n Fierro, the epic poem that stands as the pinnacle of gauchesque literature The poem was apparently begun during a period of exile in Brazil following the defeat at aemb 1870 and was published in two parts in 1872 and 1879.Hern ndez died of heart disease October 21, 1886, in Belgrano, which was at that time a separate suburb, currently a neighborhood of the Buenos Aires city He was buried in La Recoleta Cemetery in Buenos Aires.


Broken Business: Seven Steps to Reform Good Companies Gone BadHow To Prevent Corporate Scandals And Fix Good Companies That Do WrongThe News Media Is Replete With Stories Of Corporate Scandal, Corruption And Misdeeds The Need For Effective Crisis Management And Corporate Governance Strategies Has Never Been Greater Broken Business Explains Why Corporate Scandals Happen, What To Do When Scandals Arise In Your Company, And How To Prevent Their Future Occurrence.Offering Real World Anecdotes And Solutions, This Book Details How Corporations Can Mitigate The Risk Of Scandal, Reform Corporate Image And Install Structures To Create A Ethical And Profitable Company This Insightful Resource Dispels Common Misconceptions Of Corporate Misconduct And Its Causes Through Fascinating Research Into Human Nature, And Compelling Storytelling That Demonstrates Fundamental Flaws In Corporate Culture.Author Jos Hernandez Draws On Decades Of Experience Working With High Profile Global Corporations To Present Seven Essential Steps For Transforming A Company, Including Building A Better Culture, Effective Compliance Systems And Re Focusing The Strategy This Book Allows You To Examine Current And Highly Publicized Cases Of Corporate Scandal And Their Impact On Corporate Credibility Employ Practical Methods To Rehabilitate Your Corporation S Public Image Implement Managerial Frameworks To Quickly Address Cases Of Misconduct Promote A Culture Of Compliance And Integrity To Encourage Good Conduct In Your Corporate Environment At Its Core, This Book Is A Simple, Engaging How To Guide That Offers Practical Advice On Institutionalizing Integrity In Any Organization Broken Business Seven Steps To Reform Good Companies Gone Bad Is An Essential Text For Leaders Seeking A Concise Review At How Things Can Go Wrong, How To Deal With Scandal Fallout And How To Ultimately Become A Better Company.

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  1. David McClendon, Sr says:

    Watch on YouTube Now FromHoltz, Doctor Football, used to admonish his players to do what s right and avoid what s wrong This seems like we need to clarify what is right or what is wrong, but humans are endowed with an instinct that tells us what is right and what is wrong This works well, until it doesn t.It seems that greed will cause a person s moral compass to fail I have seen it before All the front line employees could Watch on YouTube Now FromHoltz, Doctor Football, used to admonish his players to do what s right and avoid what s wrong This seems like we need to clarify what is right or what is wrong, but humans are endowed with an instinct that tells us what is right and what is wrong This works well, until it doesn t.It seems that greed will cause a person s moral compass to fail I have seen it before All the front line employees could see a crisis coming, but the powers that be simply would not listen to those who could actually see that the emperor had no clothes In the book Broken Business Seven Steps to Reform Good Companies Gone Bad by Jos R Hernandez, the author presents a case study of a fictitious company that is based on a composite of several companies he has worked with Hernandez tells his readers about how there are many myths regarding corporate scandal and how it is important to deal with them properly when they occur He points out that most companies don t just all of a sudden have a crisis Typically, it is a series of things that could have been nipped in the bud had the C Suite been paying better attention to the details The author tells his readers about how a company responds initially to a crisis He points out how on top of it Johnson and Johnson was during the Tylenol scare It is also important that the company admits to wrongdoing as soon as they are made aware of it Nixon might have remained president until the end of his term if he had just admitted to his part in Watergate instead of lying to Congress and the American people Clinton s scandal would have gone away much sooner had he just admitted it.Reagan appeared before the nation and admitted that wrongdoing happened on his watch Most of us forgot all about the whole Iran Contra thing soon after that No, we didn t completely forget, but it was no longer a major deal In Broken Business, we learn about the necessary steps to get a business back on track after a major, self inflicted crisis If your business is going through a crisis, Broken Business just may offer you some helpful tools If your business isn t going through a crisis, it is best you go ahead and read it now Sooner or later, one or several of your employees will, as our kids say, Do the stupid This book might help you be ready when they do Broken Business is well written and very readable There aren t any complicated charts, graphs, or theories, just good, common sense advice to help you keep your company moving forward We were sent a complimentary copy of this book We are under no obligation to write any review, positive or negative.We are disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission s 16 CFR, Part 255.Notice This post contains affiliate links If you click a link and make a purchase, we may financially benefit from your transaction, at no additional cost to you Thank you for your support.Manian Debil Productions is a participant in theServices LLC Associates Program, an affiliate advertising program designed to provide a means for sites to earn advertising fees by advertising and linking to .com.Buy Now Fromon YouTube

  2. Carla says:

    I got this book in Dutch it has the same English title This is one of these books that when you read it so many examples of companies come to mind that had issues with corruption, fraud It s sad that there are all these examples While most of these companies have integrity as their core value How is it possible they can go so wrong Hernandez write in 7 steps how, as company, to deal with a crisis situation like fraude How to stop the crisis, make necessary changes and create a new cult I got this book in Dutch it has the same English title This is one of these books that when you read it so many examples of companies come to mind that had issues with corruption, fraud It s sad that there are all these examples While most of these companies have integrity as their core value How is it possible they can go so wrong Hernandez write in 7 steps how, as company, to deal with a crisis situation like fraude How to stop the crisis, make necessary changes and create a new culture It s clear he speaks from experience as consultant He s not afraid to warn against what many managers CEO think for example, it s better to cooperate with the party that puts the charges, to listen to whistleblower who areloyal than most think not just complainers This book should be read by higher managers, board of directors etc, who think This won t happen to us 2019 Books 3