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How organisations deal with dilemmas and emergencies – Press & Balance

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This is the final part of 3 articles about how organisations deal with dilemmas and emergencies: Part 1: ‘New research: Organisational responses to dilemmas and emergencies’ Part 2: 6 ways organisations deal with dilemmas In this post we have a look at the conclusions of this research… Press and balance The researchers found that there are two […]

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6 ways organisations deal with dilemmas

Following on from the previous post ‘New research: Organisational responses to dilemmas and emergencies’ in this post I will look at what the research says about the 6 ways organisations deal with dilemmas. It has previously been found that there are six main ways organisations deal with these secondary order tensions, paradoxes and dilemmas: Denial. The organisation just […]

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New research: Organisational responses to dilemmas and emergencies

In this the first of a three part posting I will look at an interesting and useful large-scale research study examining how the emergency services cope with difficult incidents in Europe. The paper has just been published by researchers from Central Michigan University and the University of Illinois. Part 1 (this part) The dilemmas organisations […]

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