Crisis and risk management are both involved with dealing with threats to an organization. Depending on the threats faced, an organization can mitigate or eliminate the threat by implementing a management program. Both crisis and risk management deal with threats, but risk management deals with threats before the event occurs and crisis management deals with a threat as it unfolds or after the event occurs. Some of the types of crises can include natural phenomena, malfunctioning equipment, human error, confrontation (strikes, boycotts, etc.), malevolence (intentional efforts to harm a company), and flawed leadership. For this Case Assignment, you are to […]
Assume the role of the director of training for a multinational organization. You were asked to determine which evaluation approach and design should be used for specific programs and interventions. Throughout the course, you have analyzed various approaches and models as well as evaluation designs. Now, it is time to implement your solutions.
Compare and contrast the views of management and accountants regarding the changes required by the Sarbanes-Oxley Act on internal controls and how these changes have affected corporations, accounting firms, and investors.