Been There, Wrote That: ExecutiveBiz Hosts Jack London Book Signing

photo-jack_london.jpgOn Thursday, May 22nd, ExecutiveBiz will host a cocktail hour and book signing for CACI Chairman Jack London, who will be on hand to discuss and sign copies of “Our Good Name,” a book London co-wrote with members of the CACI team about the company’s effort to defend its honor against accusations surrounding employee conduct at Abu Ghraib.

The book offers unique perspective from a number of different fronts, not only a fact-based response to Abu Ghraib accusations, but also must-read insight on a crisis communications case study unlike any other. What was the decision making process in deciding if and how to fight back against the allegations, rather than let the media coverage determine a verdict in the court of public opinion?

26735778.JPGAttendees will have the chance to meet and mingle with Dr. London (a former ExecutiveBiz “Been There Done That” speaker) – and others – at this special ExecutiveBiz event. Those interested in registering can do so here, and your admission will include a copy of the book. Event details below:

When: May 22, 2008 – 6:00 pm to 8:00 pm (PLEASE NOTE DATE CHANGE)

Where: Tower Club – Tysons Corner

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One Response to "Been There, Wrote That: ExecutiveBiz Hosts Jack London Book Signing"

  1. Ralph Todd says:

    Correction: It’s Dr. London, not Mr. London as Mr. Lustig incorrectly stated in the May 22 Book Signing announcement.

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