- January 25, 2020
- Posted by: dawgenglobal
- Categories: Advisory, Competitive research, Consulting Services, Human Resources, Innovation, International, News, Performance
As environments become disruptive and unpredictable (both natural and unnatural), the need for Crisis Management has grown to be increasing more important. An organization is undergoing crisis when there is a sudden and unexpected event leading to major unrest amongst the individuals at the workplace. It is an emergency which disturbs the employees as well as leads to the instability of the organization. When this occurs, organizations are expected to have a Crisis Management Plan in place.
Crisis Management is the art of dealing with these sudden and unexpected events which disturb the employees and organization. Yet, often companies are like the metaphorical frog that doesn’t notice the water it’s in is warming up until it is too late. There are managers who either do not realize that they are in a crisis or their crisis situation is worsening. The early signs of distress are often missed. While they are not bad managers, these are managers that are under a set of paradigms that no longer apply and just let the power of inertia carry them along.
As a result, organizations in crisis find themselves faced with a potential cost that is greatly significant. This can lead to longer recovery time, a direct impact on downtime, and lost revenue.
Dawgen Global Team of Consultants assist organizations with a strategic approach to turning around their business when faced with a crisis. We adopt a 10 first steps approach broken down into 4 categories:
- Culture and Leadership
- Change Management
- Business Transformation
- Talent Strategy
The 10 strategic steps are the organization’s guide when in crisis and there is a strong call towards initiating organizational change. We will help you design and implement your Crisis Management strategy.
Let have a conversation on how we can assist your Team. At Dawgen Global we help you make Smarter and More Effective Decisions
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