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While analyzing how the recent crises are intertwined, the report highlights that North African governments responses to the 2007 food crisis were slow, not well targeted towards those most affected by soaring food prices, and included measures that could not be easily terminated once food prices began to ease.
Fourth, use this tool to categorize your firm's potential crises according to level of severity.
Now that the team fully understands all that can go wrong, they can begin the process of thinking through ways to take immediate action to keep these risks from becoming crises in the first place.
However, it does not give possible workflow for solving crises in similar organisations.
Crises are universal in nature and affect people from all cultures.
Crisis Metric's average monthly results from August to October 2004 indicated that mergers and acquisitions (40%) led the 13 types of corporate crises listed, regardless of region.
With our backgrounds in teacher education and social psychology, we had instructional and research interests in our student's experiences during international crises that occurred in our societies.
In its two millennia of experience, the Roman Catholic Church has faced, and surmounted, crises beyond number.
The Reebok experience, and the heightened awareness of the possibility of terrorist attacks against American corporations at home and abroad in the wake of September 11, has put CEOs on notice that they have to take personal responsibility for creating a plan to manage potential security crises.
A meaningful plan will provide employees with a sense of confidence that the organization has carefully weighed, analyzed and prepared for the full range of potential crises.
The people you involve in your planning process will dramatically influence the scope of the crises and the planned options available to your staff.