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crisis management

the techniques used, as by an employer or government, to avert or deal with strikes, riots, violence, or other crisis situations.
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crisis manager, noun Unabridged
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Examples from the web for crisis management
  • Here was his company, violating every conceivable rule in the big-brand handbook of crisis management.
  • Also, strictly for research purposes, a number of books about the dark art of crisis management.
  • The credit he deserves for crisis management, however, is offset by the blame he must accept for crisis production.
  • It was a preview of a trait he would grow famous for in business: emotion-free crisis management.
  • Thanks to panic-fueled crisis management by policymakers, it didn't happen.
  • My brand strategy, advertising and crisis management course notes are now dog-eared.
  • Policy will focus on crisis management in the short term, delaying progress on fiscal consolidation and strengthening the economy.
  • Besides meaningful consolidation and reform efforts, that requires an efficient crisis management mechanism to stop contagion.
  • If nothing else, he's figured out the art of crisis management through self-deprecation, which means little in the big picture.
Contemporary definitions for crisis management

the act or practice of dealing with a crisis when it develops; an attempt to limit the impact of an unforeseen problem's 21st Century Lexicon
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