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Crisis preparedness is important, but is it essential?

Nov 18, 2019

Preparing for an event that may occur is easy to put aside when teams are busy with what’s relevant now. Unfortunately, the experience of managing a real-life crisis prompts many organisations to finally begin preparing for the next potential disaster.

Developing the gold standard for crisis readiness is more than a robust plan or even sporadic training and simulations. It begins with a mindset change—company-wide—toward realising that reputation is a crucial asset and a key consideration in every decision.

As with a lot of things, creating real and sustained change takes time. However, with careful planning, a strong foundation and an organisation-wide commitment, implementing a culture of crisis resiliency can be much easier and more successful in the long run.

Need help planning for a potential crisis? Give us a call at: +603-2110 9407 or email us at:, and we'll work with you, side-by-side, so that you'll be able to weather the storm, if and when it happens.

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