Crisis command: Strategies for managing corporate crises
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McLean, H., & Power, M. (2009). Crisis command: Strategies for managing corporate crises. London: Ark Group.
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A quarter of crisis-hit organisations do not survive,' Journal of Contingencies and Crisis Management, 2004.
Is your organisation equipped with the necessary tools to respond quickly and effectively to any type of crises? A lack of a clear defined strategy can have far-reaching repercussions on revenue, incoming work and reputation.
Ark Group's new Crisis Command report is a practical, how-to guide, packed with key strategies and realistic advice to help you prepare for and manage organisational crises. It provides valuable guidance on how to take command, how to communicate, how to work as a team facing unprecedented pressure and scrutiny, particularly from stakeholders, and how to emerge stronger.
Key case studies and contributions from researchers and expert practitioners around the world will also provide you with proven solutions and mechanisms used to respond to crises, overcome disaster and protect your firm.
Hamish McLean and Mary Power. Crisis command: Strategies for managing corporate crises (1st ed). London: Ark Group, 2009.
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