What to Do When Things Go Wrong: A Five-Step Guide to Planning for and Surviving the Inevitable-And Coming Out Ahead
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What to Do When Things Go Wrong: A Five-Step Guide to Planning for and Surviving the Inevitable-And Coming Out Ahead

by Frank Supovitz

From former NFL VP Frank Supovitz, a proven five-step program for handling any crisis situation with skill and confidence Business is full of surprises. No one understands this better than Frank Supovitz, who spent ten years making sure the Super Bowl goes off without a hitch. "I have always been impressed with Frank's ability to understand everyone's needs and priorities and plan and execute an event that satisfies all parties," NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell said, "from the players and teams, the fans, the broadcasters and the viewers." What to Do When Things Go Wrong provides the knowledge and insight you need to navigate your way through any problem. It shows how to think through all potential challenges and walks you through the five stages of working through every project: Imagine, Prepare, Execute, Respond, and Evaluate. Things will inevitably go awry at some point-whether it's a personal presentation gone sour or an all-out corporate crisis. That's the nature of business. What to Do When Things Go Wrong is your roadmap to handling it in ways that make everyone a winner.

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  • Binding : Hardback
  • Number of Pages : 288
  • Publisher : McGraw-Hill Education
  • Weight : 504g
  • Product Code : 9781260441581

About Author

Frank Supovitz

Frank Supovitz has been running some of the world's most prestigious, widely viewed, and well-attended sports and entertainment events for more than 25 years. As Senior Vice President of Events for the National Football League, he oversaw the meteoric growth of Super Bowl, Pro Bowl, and the NFL Draft. Over the 50-year history of the Super Bowl, he is one of only four people to have held that unique job.