Using your head in the debate about autonomous vehicles

Using your head in the debate about autonomous vehicles

  Before Airfoil and before General Motors, cars were a novelty and considered highly dangerous—even suspect. The logic was that a driver of a carriage was always safer because there were “two heads” involved—that of the driver and of the...

How the Bad Old Days May Bring Crises to New Companies

  It’s been a bad month for the transportation industry. The mysterious story of a vanished airliner that rivaled “Lost” for audience size and discussion, a derailed train that climbed an escalator at O’Hare in the middle of the night, and 1.6 million GM cars...

Redefining “crisis” for the next decade

Crisis management has been a vital point of focus for businesses for a century, but as we look toward the decade of the 2010s, organizations will find that they need to redefine their concept of the term “crisis” to incorporate new types of...