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Can M. Alpaslan

Ian Mitroff is Senior Investigator in the Center for Catastrophic Risk Management, University of California - Berkeley, USA, and Adjunct Professor in the School of Public Health, St. Louis University, USA. He is Professor Emeritus of the University of Southern California, USA, where he was Harold Quinton Distinguished Professor of Business Policy at the Marshall School of Business. Mitroff is regarded as one of the founders of the discipline of Crisis Management. He founded and directed the USC Center for Crisis Management. Known for his thinking and writing on a wide range of business and societal issues, Mitroff is the author of 28 previous books.


Can M. Alpaslan is Associate Professor of Strategic Management at California State University, Northridge, USA. His multidisciplinary research approach focuses on the causes, consequences, and the management of large scale crises. He is the author of Swans, Swine, and Swindlers: Coping with the Growing Threat of Mega-Crises and Mega-Messes, (with Ian Mitroff).

Works

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The Crisis-Prone Society
A Brief Guide to Managing the Beliefs that Drive Risk in Business

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Our modern society is increasingly prone to all kinds of crises: corporate malfeasance, crime, 'death of the middle class,' dysfunctional politics,...
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Everybody's Business
Reclaiming True Management Skills in Business Higher Education

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Today's business schools do not teach management. Instead, they are run for and by separate disciplines such as accounting and marketing. The end result to...
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Rethinking the Education Mess
A Systems Approach to Education Reform

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This book uses a form of systems thinking to provide a new vision and tools to all those working to improve schools, implement reforms, and keep them safe from...
Can M. Alpaslan

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