Crisis management is the process by which companies deal with major unpredictable events that threaten to harm the organization. Crisis preparedness units are constantly looking for factors that could bring their company to its knees. What is keeping us up tonight has been foreseen by several organizations. In fact, several reached conclusions about today's environment many months prior to our present economic situation.
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German car rental company Sixt uses the volcanic ash cloud from Iceland for a new marketing campaign.
Top Sources: Crisis Management
- Bernstein Crisis Management Blog
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