Crisis Simulations International Senior Leader Crisis Education


CRISIS DISRUPTIONS may come in infinite forms; blackouts, hurricanes, structural failures, intentional acts of internal and external sabotage; the list is endless. With few exceptions, it is impossible to anticipate the time, place or nature of such events. And even after such crises occur, it generally takes months or even years to assess the full scope of their impact upon people, property and even our geographic, social and economic landscapes. Most public and private organizations, therefore, have no way to accurately assess their readiness to address and minimize the impact of unforeseen real-world events.

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