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Crisis management
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Crisis management

Any business is subject to crisis. According to the crisis theory, development of any social system (and business is no exception) upsets the balance prevailing in the system.

 A situation then arises which demands special approach and special crisis management skills. 

A crisis in an organization can be predictable, or it can occur spontaneously if the risk was not taken into account during the strategic planning process. It can be internal, or it can be inspired from the outside.

 In any case, there are methods and techniques of crisis management which can respond adequately to these challenges.

  The key to success in the implementation of anti-crisis strategies is to have an anti-crisis team which operates according to pre-planned procedures and scenarios developed on the basis of the analysis of possible risks within the framework of strategic business planning and designed to provide an adequate response to the emerging challenges.

In case of a crisis, an enterprise should create two decision making centres subordinate to the same person, a CEO or a general manager. 

 The first centre (standard management) focuses on maintaining the ongoing activities of the enterprise.

 The second centre (anti-crisis team) focuses on the resolution of the crisis.

  The anti-crisis team should operate in such a way that it shields the centre for the management of the ongoing activities of the company from the impacts of the crisis, i.e., in point of fact, the crisis management team becomes the decision-making centre of the company during a crisis.

  The main task of the anti-crisis team is crisis management and liquidation of the consequences of a crisis by the means of establishing the necessary communications with the media, government and law enforcement agencies, in-house services and personnel.

 The experts of the Peacemaker International Security Centre have extensive practical experience in the implementation of different strategies and algorithms for the prevention, management and elimination of various crises in the field of security.

 In the event of a crisis, our specialists utilise our own methods and techniques to organise a crisis management team at the enterprise most rapidly and effectively.

 In case a business doesn’t have any emergency plans or rules of action in crisis, we can quickly adapt our own emergency plans and instructions to the crisis to resolve it most expediently.

Our press centre in coordination with the enterprise’s PR department quickly sets up the necessary communication and cooperation with the media to ensure that the crisis is reported objectively as well as to minimize reputational risks of the enterprise.

 The department for government relations organises the necessary communication with public authorities and law enforcement agencies for the speedy resolution of the crisis.

 The legal department provides legal support during crisis as well as effective resolution of its legal aspects in cooperation with in-house legal counsels of the enterprise. 

  The department for information security ensures the protection of company data and information infrastructure during the crisis.

 The department for information and analysis develops algorithms and possible scenarios for resolving the crisis.

  The security department ensures the physical protection of the personnel and facilities for the duration of the crisis. As a last resort, it organises safe evacuation of the personnel away from situations threatening their lives or health.


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