Many organizations try to cope with what appears to be a constant succession of smaller or larger crises. But what really constitutes a crisis? Most would argue it is some sort of threat (such as resource shortages or budget cuts), uncertainty (about options for decision-making, for example) and urgency, or combination thereof.
Viewed this way, a crisis causes considerable ‘angst.’ But a crisis can also be seen as a departure from the norm or established pattern – in other words, a change in conditions.
As such, a crisis can be managed. This ability to prepare for and adapt to changing conditions – to be resilient – can be achieved through a robust continuous organizational learning process. novaturient’s experts will help you identify the metrics for such a process, assess your strengths and weaknesses, set goals for improvement, and evaluate outcomes.
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