Williams Case ‘Untidy Management Crisis’


Brian_WilliamsAwkward. That’s a word many sources use in discussing the anchor’s return to his new workplace within the NBC family, MSNBC.

He returns to work Monday and to air on Tuesday.

Williams will have to get used to making a little less money, not having as many resources at his disposal and not being the person who makes the decisions about what stories to cover, according to the Poynter Institute.

Executives will note this piece calls the Williams ethics issue “a case study in untidy management of a crisis.”

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