Discover what happened to the economy after 9/11afrom an insider outlook Many Thin Companies: The Change in Customer Dealings and Managers Since September 11, 2001 is an up-to-date examination of the aftereffects of the World Trade Center bombings upon businesses nationwide. In this important text, you will learn about the efforts of several companies that were hit hard by 9/11, including Aon Corporation and PricewaterhouseCoopers. This resource will help university professors and studentsaas well as consultants and managers already at workaunderstand more clearly the current business trends and prepare them for future consequences. Many Thin Companies looks at how the tragedy has forever altered the economy, advertising practices, and consumer behavior. The book supplies statistics and case studies for New York City commerce, the airlines industry, and several well-known companies from both before and after 9/11arevealing the patterns of growth, decline, and return. It also contains valuable information on how companies can reorganize their internal structure and distribution of funds with more effort on safety and crisis management planning. With Many Thin Companies, youall gain a better understanding of: New York Cityas proposed budget gap-closing plan increasing security needs despite financial difficulties aThe Verizon Promiseaahow Verizon was able to restore service in Manhattan in one week, thanks to preparedness and sales organization communication starting overaplanning new outcomes for businesses after unexpected hardships performance issuesahow to take care of the employees after a crisis international marketing concerns post-September 11 Many Thin Companies: The Change in Customer Dealings and Managers Since September 11, 2001 provides a wealth of data that can be used to help prepare companies and industries for the short- and long-term consequences of 9/11. This book can help you prevent oversights and ensure that the businesses you work with are dependable to shareholders and consumers when that security is most needed.Verizon spent a lot of money on equipment and backup systems that it had installed in case of a crisis and spent even ... Center collapse Verizon found itself having communication problems between its sales managers and subordinates.
|Title||:||Many Thin Companies|
|Author||:||David L Loudon, Tony Carter|
|Publisher||:||Routledge - 2014-07-16|