Every story tells a picture: Lessons from cartoons on corporate governance Case Solution

While the images tell stories, in the case of comics, stories also tell from the pictures. One theory suggests that the caricatures of caricatures reflect public opinion towards issues. As such, cartoons are a useful way to measure and control public opinion over time. This article uses a historical analysis of the cartoon to follow public opinion on corporate governance issues. More specifically, compared cartoons reflect before the economic crisis of 2008 and what is shown below. The criteria of the narrative, the location, the binary struggle and transfer policy is used as a frame of analysis Cartoon Drawings 258. We found that three major changes occurred after the 2008 crash that has important lessons for those who govern societies: public concern is not so much the behavior of firms and fraudsters because it is corporate greed and the people, it seems that companies do bad things not to do good things, and ordinary people, workers and taxpayers are the ones who suffer most when firms are poorly governed.
by
Ria Wiid,
Leyland Pitt,
Adam J Mills
Source: Business Horizons
8 pages.
Date Posted: November 15, 2012. Prod #: BH497-PDF-ENG
Every picture tells a story: Lessons animated drawings in solving the case of management

Every story tells a picture: Lessons from cartoons on corporate governance Case Solution
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