In today’s unprecedented times, organizations across sectors and geographies have to adapt to very challenging circumstances. Crisis management theories and concepts, as well as real life case studies provide a wealth of information to act upon and draw from to best navigate the disruptive and unexpected events, public and private organizations are facing today.
The resources featured on this hub cover a wide area of topics, ranging from the different stages of a crisis cycle, to the cultural differences of emergency management and the collaborative approach needed to successfully overcome the challenges. On this page, you will be able to browse through some of our most authoritative books in this field, access free resources as well as review relevant articles taken from our key T&F Journals.
A holistic, multidisciplinary introduction to the dynamic field of crisis management theory and practice. By drawing together the different theories and concepts of crisis management literature and practice, this book develops a theoretical framework of analysis that can be used by both students and practitioners alike.
The Crisis Management Cycle with Christer Pursianen
The lack of culturally respectable responses to diverse populations underscores the critical need for cultural competency education and training. Using a practical case study approach, this bookis an accessible guide on what makes teaching effective in emergency and crisis management.
This text is a guide for public managers and public management students combining lessons on risk and crisis management together, equipping public managers with the skills to understand key issues as well as the capacity to treat risks and better prepare for, respond to and recover from crisis episodes.
Crisis Management in the Public Sector: During and After a Crisis with Lynn Noble
Using the author’s extensive experience of advising public, private and non-profit sectors on personal, organization, and community behavioral and systems change knowledge and tools, this book applies a new lens to the question of how to respond to climate change.
Stakeholders are central to the success and failure of organizations responding to and managing crises in a cross-platform and global environment. This textbook provides a comprehensive introduction to crisis communication and predicting stakeholder responses to crises.
This book teaches students how collaborative crisis management works out on the ground and in the boardrooms, and how insights on collaborative practices can shed light on the outcomes of complex inter-organizational challenges across cases derived from different problem areas, administrative cultures, and national systems.
Mixing academic theory with practical examples from a range of different organisations worldwide, this book provides insight into, and techniques to enable, the creation, development and maintenance of a successful digital presence.
Lessons in Digital Content During Crisis
A vital resource showing how to initiate digital transformation across an organisation, it will prepare business owners, directors and management of small- and medium-sized businesses to take strategic advantage of new and emerging technologies to stay ahead of their competition.
Are the current public sector emergency management systems sufficient to handle future disasters given the environmental and social changes underway? In this timely book, Claire B. Rubin and Susan L. Cutter focus on disaster recovery efforts, community resilience, and public policy issues of related to recent disasters and what they portend for the future.