Preparing for and responding to unknown and unfamiliar risks
The 4th annual Crisis Management Conference will take place in London on Wednesday 14th September 2016.
Organisations are more confident in their ability to respond to familiar risks, such as industrial accidents, product recalls and extreme weather events, than unfamiliar risks such as cyber attacks, terror attacks and strategic failure, according to our recent crisis management survey.
Crises, such as TalkTalk's cyber attack, recent terror attacks in Europe and the Middle East and Volkswagen's emissions scandal, are stark reminders of why crisis management is about preparing your leaders and teams to respond to the unimaginable – where they will need to make career, organisation and even corporate history-defining decisions with little information, and with the world watching.
This one day crisis management conference offers delegates the unique opportunity to hear how organisations prepare for and respond to crises, and share views, experiences and the latest crisis management thinking with like-minded professionals from industry, government and academia.
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