What Role Should a Company Play in a National Crisis? (HBR Case Study) ^ R2103X

  • What Role Should a Company Play in a National Crisis? (HBR Case Study) ^ R2103X
What Role Should a Company Play in a National Crisis? (HBR Case Study) ^ R2103X
  • What Role Should a Company Play in a National Crisis? (HBR Case Study) ^ R2103X
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Christopher J. Malloy
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Business & government relations
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Corporate social responsibility
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Community relations
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Crisis management
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Public-private partnerships
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Disaster recovery
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Family businesses
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May 01, 2021

Publication Date: May 01, 2021

After a tsunami hits his island nation, Sahan Kumara believes that his family’s business–one of the largest conglomerates in the region–should help with the country’s recovery. He, his father, and his brother agree on the need to contribute financially. But Sahan wonders if that’s enough. The Kumara Group has the resources and expertise to oversee the country’s rebuilding program–which is faltering under the direction of the government and NGOs. As Sahan wrestles with the question of how involved Kumara should get, he weighs conflicting advice from his brother, others in the company, and an old friend at a different firm. This fictional case study by Christopher J. Malloy features expert commentary by Nirvana Chaudhary and Margaret Schuler.

For teaching purposes, this is the case-only version of the HBR case study. The commentary-only version is reprint R2103Z. The complete case study and commentary is reprint R2103M.

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