Crisis management can be considered as a scientific major, generally in the area of strategic management and it is a process for the prevention of crisis or minimizing its effects at the time of a crisis occurrence and for accomplishing the process, the worst conditions should be planned and then methods should be searched for managing and resolving them.
However, when change initiatives are not well presented and managed; the resulting experience may be more of a crisis situation than change. Furthermore, businesses seem to have generally entered the age of crisis. Every day another major company enters the headlines, and usually not in a flattering context.
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However, when change initiatives are not well presented and managed; the resulting experience may be more of a crisis situation than change.
One of the key challenges presented by these developments is that they do not arise from the usual, contract-based interactions that characterize “normal” business interactions but from sincere efforts to innovate and make happen positive changes that fulfil the vision of organisations.
This course is delivered based on experiential-learning: a rich set of case studies and simulation exercises that balance the theoretical and conceptual frameworks and will help students to improve their strategic thinking as well as team management and communication skills in high-stress situations. Students should be prepared to be challenged and work hard.