A strategic framework for corporate crisis management as a method to resolve a specific problem in a telecommunication organization
- Hypothesis for crisis management
- Example illustration
- A manager of a local telecommunication project
- The manager's activities
- Usage of information technology
For any organization it is a strategic motive to certify that its long term economic position and survivability are not at risk (Barton 256). Crisis management has been adopted by many to obtain this strategic motive because it links functions including safety management, risk management, environmental management, contingency planning, security, emergency response and business recovery. These tasks are mostly resolved throughout an organization, and are supervised in a non-integrated method. This paper illustrates how crisis management was used as a technique in a corporation using functionally integrated, focused, crisis management program.
[...] The most significant aspect for him was that the method improved his potentials to seek the relations among activities and to assemble the project in a more logical method. As a response of this visualization, 'process improvement' is furnished virtually effortless by looking at all the possible courses of action. Among one of the aspects of information technology he appreciated the re- utilization of information and ideas. A single click of a button made it possible to call upon previous ideas combining them with the advanced ones. [...]