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Natural disasters can be caused by a flaw in the laws of nature or physics, while many crises experienced in the world today are man-made.
The authors articulate the strength of these sorts of emergent multiorganizational networks that form to respond to specific crises requirements.
Many organizations believe that they have identified all the severe crises likely to happen and have response mechanisms in place.
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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.
As the book notes, we should learn from the crises others have experienced.
Crises are universal in nature and affect people from all cultures.
Previous research based on Situational Crisis Communication Theory (SCCT) suggests that an organization's past crises history affects the reputational threat posed by a current crisis when that crisis results from intentional acts by the organization.
Situational Crisis Communication Theory (SCCT) argues that whether people know about past crises is an important consideration for crisis managers.
Using active listening skills and acquiring the patience needed to peacefully resolve crises require considerable training and time.
Described here are writing by prospective teachers during international crises and subsequent discourse analysis.