You may be aware of what your organization needs to do to structure and staff its crisis management team, develop and write its crisis management plan, and successfully manage a crisis and its aftermath. However, this formula leaves a gap — some would say a large canyon — that we would like to identify and help you cross. The gap lies in between creating and writing the plan and successfully managing a crisis. The fact is, even once your team has developed a plan and written it down, it is still a long way from being able to confidently and…
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