Sun Tsu in the sixth century BCE identified the importance of being aware of and acting on strengths and weaknesses of both a manager's organization and a foe's. The art of war demands detailed analysis, precision of execution, manipulation and above all adaptability.
Though the battleground may be different, the principles remain the same.
This event is built on the art of business crisis management. Even the most well thought out plans can’t account for everything and thus can be turned to dust. Then things get worse, stocks crash, investors balk, people jump ship. Then things get worse. Debt piles up, revenues fall, lay-offs loom. Then things get worse. Be as innovative and cutthroat as you can to steer your company through another fiscal year. Bring you’re A-game or get shredded.
The company is being portrayed negatively due to an incident, participants have to respond to it with a press release No word limit, but brevity is always appreciated.
Participants have to organise themselves using the following designations, the first three being necessary
- Chief Executive Officer
- Chief Communications Officer
- Chief Operations Officer
- Head of Human Resources
- Chief Financial Officer
- Any Corporate Officer Participants will be allotted twenty minutes’ time to prepare, following which each CEO will proceed to deliver an opening statement lasting no longer than 3 minutes.
- This will be followed by a question-answer session where the questions will be asked by the judges. Following which, the COOs will deliver concluding statements lasting no longer than 3 minutes.