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Are crises really inevitable?

Just about everyone has heard the assertion: It’s not a question of IF you will have a crisis, only a question of WHEN. That might sound like a clever maxim, much loved by consultants and commentators. But is it necessarily true? And … Continue reading

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Crisis preparedness and the lesson of September 11

The upcoming tenth anniversary of the September 11 attacks in the United States will doubtless trigger a flood of analysis and discussion about “lessons learned.” But one lesson which history suggests has not been learned is about the need for … Continue reading

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