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by T. Curtin

Download Managing A Crisis: A Practical Guide eBook
ISBN:
1403943222
Author:
T. Curtin
Category:
Management & Leadership
Language:
English
Publisher:
Palgrave Macmillan; 2005 edition (October 28, 2004)
Pages:
180 pages
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1909 kb
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TOM CURTIN is a consultant and writer who specialises in crisis management, green issues and corporate communications.

price for USA in USD (gross). TOM CURTIN is a consultant and writer who specialises in crisis management, green issues and corporate communications. He is the Managing Director of Green Issues Communications and the author of, Managing Green Issues, (Palgrave Macmillan). He is consultant to a number of companies and organisations and lectures at universities and management schools, including IMD in Lausanne.

This new practical guide explains what makes a crisis and who are the key players. It shows the importance of prior preparation and testing so that the company fully understands the crisis management environment and the importance of communications. Also included are checklists that should form part of the company's crisis management handbook and discussion of training and learning opportunities. This is a fully comprehensive approach to crisis management planning and implementation. Categories: Business\Management: Project Management.

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When implementing a crisis management plan into action it does not necessarily mean that it has to be a long and difficult process, nevertheless it must be approached in a. .Managing A Crisis: A Practical Guide. Wa- les: Palgrave McMillan Denscombe, M. (2004).

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This new practical guide explains what makes a crisis and who are the key players. It shows the importance of prior preparation and testing so that the company fully understands the crisis management environment and the importance of communications. Also included are checklists that should form part of the company's crisis management handbook and discussion of training and learning opportunities. This is a fully comprehensive approach to crisis management planning and implementation.