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Many organizations treat a crisis as a series of tactical issues affecting operational silos, rather than reviewing the needs of the crisis response at the organizational and strategic level.
Trying to fit a crisis response into existing organizational boundaries and operations can be like hammering a square peg into a round hole. Organizations need a strategic view of crisis management that encompasses the whole enterprise.
The authors of this white paper examine how to create that strategic view while reducing threats and deriving value from the distributed nature of the organization.
• Selling the program
• Organizing the structure
• Program Flexibility
• Making a Crisis Mundane