In Chapter 5 of 19 in his 2010 Capture Your Flag interview with host Erik Michielsen, education entrepreneur and Global Campus (www.globalcampus.com) founder Maurizio de Franciscis reflects on lessons learned working on an Enron project for Arthur Andersen as both companies imploded. At a societal level, de Franciscis learns how delicate corporate reputations can be during crisis, noting Arthur Andersen was acquitted but only after the company collapsed. On a personal level, he gains perspective on personal versus company commitment. De Franciscis graduated from Università degli Studi di Roma – La Sapienza – and earned his MBA from INSEAD.
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