Crisis Management: Master the Skills to Prevent Disasters

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Harvard Business Press, Aug 4, 2004 - Business & Economics - 137 pages
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In today's volatile work environment, avoiding disaster is more important than ever. Crisis Management helps managers identify, manage, and prevent potential crises. Full of tips and tools on how to prepare an emergency list and how to utilize precrisis resources, this book shows managers how to shepherd their teams from crisis to success. The Harvard Business Essentials series is designed to provide comprehensive advice, personal coaching, background information, and guidance on the most relevant topics in business. Drawing on rich content from Harvard Business School Publishing and other sources, these concise guides are carefully crafted to provide a highly practical resource for readers with all levels of experience and are especially valuable for the new manager. To assure quality and accuracy, a specialized content adviser from a world-class business school closely reviews each volume. Whether you are a new manager seeking to expand your skills or a seasoned professional looking to broaden your knowledge base, these solution-oriented books put reliable answers at your fingertips.
 

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