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Why should an organization develop a crisis management plan? What are some benefits of a crisis management plan? What is the difference between a proactive versus reactive crisis management plan?

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There should be a crisis plan because nothing goes along smoothly forever. The crisis plan has the benefit of needs and wants discussions before there is a crisis and a process for dealing with crisis's are already in place. The crisis plan will have already detailed the ...

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A brief discussion on the advantages of a crisis management plan and the differences between a proactive plan and a reactive plan.

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