Identifies seven types of crises that managers face, these range from natural disasters to technology failure and encompass crises provoked by external confrontation or direct acts of malevolence. Lists out seven types of crisis: natural disasters; technological disasters; crises of confrontation; acts of malevolence; misplaced management values; acts of deception; and management misconduct. Concludes senior management (managers at all levels and in all disciplines) need to be aware of potential problems to enable prevention or mitigation of such crises.
The Antidote – Emerald Publishing
Published: Aug 1, 1999
Keywords: Crisis; Management techniques; Disaster management