Crisis Management: Critical Thinking in Crisis Preparation
This course introduces participants to the fundamentals of crisis management. It presents a framework that shows clearly the critical activities and programs all organizations need to have in place before, during, and after major crises. It allows participants to analyze their own organizations with regard to how well prepared they are for major crises.
Academic Faculty/Staff, Federal Government Employees, State Government Employees, Local Government Employees, Non-Government Employees and Students
- Discuss the different Types or Families of Crises
- Describe the 6 phases of Crisis Management
- Discuss the root causes and critical variables that lead to crises
- Identify the role of stakeholders in Crisis Management
- List the qualities of an Ideal Crisis Management Program
Ian I. Mitroff, PhD
Dr. Ian I. Mitroff is currently the Harold Quinton Distinguished Professor of Business Policy at the Marshall School of Business, University of Southern California. He is also the Director of the USC Center for Strategic Public Relations and a Professor of Journalism in the Annenberg School of Communications at USC. Dr. Mitroff founded Comprehensive Crisis Management, Inc., which has consulted some of the nation’s leading companies on a broad array of crisis. He has also published over three hundred articles and more than twenty-three books. He received his PhD from the University of California at Berkeley in Engineering Science and Philosophy of Social Science in 1967. He became a member of IPAC, United Nations International Policy Advisory Council appointed by the U.N. Undersecretary for Peacekeeping Operations and recently received the Gold Medal from the U.K. Systems Society. Dr. Mitroff has been a frequent consultant to many Fortune 500 companies, major governmental and not-for-profit agencies.
- 2.00 Participation/CETulane Professional and Continuing Education (PaCE) awards 2.00 hour(s) of credit for completing Crisis Management: Critical Thinking in Crisis Preparation
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