Strategic Crisis Management
A crisis is a unexpected, disruptive and temporary event, that threatens to harm an organisation or society.
The proper response to a crisis can make the difference between the continued existence and failure of a company.
"Everyone has a plan
until they get punched in the mouth."
- Mike Tyson
Emergency response plans that end on the tactical level are very likely to fail in a real life emergency.
If your emergency concept is limited a lot of sentences like “if A happens – do B” you are missing the strategic concept.
Maybe there is a good plan for an energy blackout, and a good fire safety concept.
But what happens if there is a fire AND an energy blackout AND you are in vacation so you can not intervene.
Making a plan with a painstaking and fool-proof plan with a giant to-do-list for every possible or impossible event is impossible. Small details can change a situation tremendously.
Of course, basic emergency plans on a tactical level are essential. Tactical plans are the arms, legs and tools of your plan. But there must be also a brain.
The best football player cannot win a game without a coach who has a plan.
Contact me, if you want to learn how to set up a strategical crisis management and a crisis squad, that is able to handle all kind of risks. Those that can be predicted, and those that cannot.
"Plans Are Worthless
but Planning Is Everything."