Thus the importance of crisis management is not only to take measured action after the crisis but also to be pre-emptive. As discussed throughout this essay, there are many barriers which result in the lack of early warning systems. It can be said that dealing with crisis in its infancy will positive effects on the organisation and is as such, an early warning system, by nipping the problem in the bud.
Whatever actions, ploicies and procedures are put into place, it is important to weigh all these situations before giving the go-ahead. Crisis can be a make or break issue for any organisation and the better prepared it is, the stronger it will emerge.
Whether it is at the level of an organisation or of an individual, set procedures must be followed and all aspects and consequences must be taken into account. The bottom line is that a company should seek to remove barriers that exist to developing early warning systems because, as it is said - prevention is better than cure!
- Crisis Management
Explain the Functions of Human Resource Management
- Human Resource Management and Development
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