Airport management company turns to TT&A
20/01/2021 Patrick Trancu
Consulenza gestione di crisi

We are pleased to start the new year welcoming a new client: a major Italian airport management company. During the pandemic crisis the client realized that one thing is managing an emergency at the airport, an event for which it is well prepared, and quite another to manage a crisis. Starting next week we will […]

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“Blitzkrieg” to safeguard CEO reputation
03/12/2020 Patrick Trancu

Between Sunday and Tuesday we provided, in cooperation with our international partners, 72 hours of strategic advice to safeguard the reputation of a major international CEO. Activated at 7 pm on Sunday evening, we worked closely with colleagues across borders to develop strategic approaches and messages. This enabled us to deal with the issues at […]

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Just a few days till my TED Talk at TEDxBrianza
12/02/2020 Patrick Trancu

When Marcello Arosio, organizer of TEDxBrianza reached out to me last October to invite me to hold a TED Talk I hesitated. Pleased to have been contacted I immediately wondered if my line of business and experience could be of interest to a broader audience. But Marcello, who had been following me on  on LinkedIn, was determined […]

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New challenges in crisis management
10/02/2020 Patrick Trancu

What are the new challenges in crisis management? Why are crises more frequent, intense and last longer? Inspired by Thierry Libaert‘s speech, I tried to push the reflection a step forward and attempted to answer these two questions during my opening remarks in a closed door seminar we recently organized in Milan. We also had the […]

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Crises seem to be more frequent and complex to manage. Why?
15/01/2020 Patrick Trancu
Crisis management

In a few days I will have the pleasure of meeting with Patrick Lagadec to discuss crisis management. During the past decade crises seem to have become more frequent, more intense and complex to manage. Even in Italy. Costa Concordia, MPS, Autostrade are just 3 well know examples. Why are crises more frequent intense and […]

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Crisis management: what can we learn from Boeing’s handling of the B737 Max crisis?
20/03/2019 Patrick Trancu

The aviation industry has always been at the forefront of crisis management. And for a good reason. When things go wrong the impact can be devastating. So high are the standards in the industry compared to others that over the past thirty years, the response to critical events has been codified. But the crash of […]

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Can Pope Francis steer the Catholic Church out of crisis?
27/02/2019 Patrick Trancu

Pope Francis, crisis manager in chief, just closed an unprecedented four-day summit at the Vatican attended by the heads of all national bishops’ conferences from more than 130 countries to tackle the issue of Child Abuse. This has been described by many observers as “the most pressing crisis facing the modern Church”. But can he successfully manage […]

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Crisis management: are you ready for the cyber theft of your intellectual property?
14/02/2019 Patrick Trancu

When we think data, most of us think about personal data and credit card information. However "data" refers to an extremely broad range of information. Intellectual property among it.

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Crisis management: “deepfakes”, the latest threat from the digital world
04/02/2019 Patrick Trancu

We are only at the beginning of the potential use of “deepfakes” as a weapon of “reputational destruction”, the latest addition to a fast growing digital arsenal.  Deefakes are videos in which spoken words are changed to make it look like someone has said something they never did. Or faces superimposed to show a person […]

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