If an organization has ever experienced a crisis, it is INSANE to repeat the same confusion and stress during the next crisis. The reason why this phenomenon continues to happen is simple. The team does not see the need to manage crises STRATEGICALLY and TACTICALLY.
Risk Management goals are preparatory, long term, high level, and are designed to avoid, prevent, or drastically mitigate the effects
of a crisis. Crisis Management goals are “in the moment”, short term, and are successful when the response is effective and efficient in mitigating the effects of a crisis.
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