Tagged Fiasco Vortex

09 Oct 2020

Trump in ‘Fiasco Vortex’ According to Washington Crisis Expert Yahoo News

If you’ve read Eric Dezenhall’s book, Glass Jaw: A Manifesto for Defending Fragile Reputations in an Age of Instant Scandal you know the term, “Fiasco Vortex”.  The coronavirus outbreak has thrust Trump’s presidency into a fiasco vortex says Dezenhall. And all attempts to mitigate the crisis are destroyed with fiasco becoming the only development people […]

27 Aug 2018

7 Habits Of Successful Crisis Management: Aligning Sales And Marketing In The Storm Forbes

Nearly all organizations face crisis, Anne Marie Malecha offers provides practical insight to @Forbes as to what it takes to weather a storm and get back to business. Read the full article

20 Oct 2016

Will Samsung survive the exploding Galaxy disaster? This crisis expert weighs in CNBC

Commentary piece by Eric Dezenhall on what it’s really like to be embroiled in a corporate crisis – in this case, Samsung. (Not to mention some of the idiotic advice Samsung is given by pundits). Read the full article

14 Dec 2015

Chipotle is stuck in a ‘fiasco vortex’ CNBC

Chipotle is the latest company caught in the fiasco vortex. CNBC ran my commentary piece in which I discuss that when the allegations are severe enough such as they are with Chipotle (E. Coli and norovirus), and you add to this both old and new media hammering them with “volume, velocity and venom,” companies have […]

14 Dec 2015

Chipotle Mexican Grill – Caught in the “Fiasco Vortex” Aaron Walker and Stephanie Allen

America’s fast food darling, Chipotle Mexican Grill, is caught in America’s crisis du jour as the result of food contamination issues linked to hundreds of sick customers across 10 states. Chipotle is caught squarely in the “Fiasco Vortex” and rather than seeking to “come out ahead,” the company should be squarely focused on fixing operational […]

24 Sep 2015

VW in the ‘Fiasco Vortex’ Huffington Post

Will VW survive? Yes. But, they have to make it through the ‘Fiasco Vortex’. The first step will be to accept that their challenges run deeper than public relations.

24 Jun 2015

Symbols and Sacrifices in Post-Charleston Damage Control Huffington Post

Dezenhall maintains that symbols, memes and incendiary statements, once pulled into the controversy, become harder to defend due to the sheer volume of media attention.