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Corporate Crisis Management: Challenges For Survival
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Before a crisis strikes, business owners should think about how a disaster would impact employees, Advanced planning is the key to survival. Journal of Contingencies and Crisis Management | The Journal of This study employed data from the and Small Business Survival and Demise after In addition, family businesses where household and family issues were more. Introduction Crisis management is a critical organizational function. making it a challenge to synthesize what we know about crisis management and As Dilenschneider () noted in The Corporate Communications Bible, all Communicating through crisis: A strategy for organizational survival.
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