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One, there has been a significant amount of new research since the original entry was created. This new research provides support for some existing crisis communication knowledge as well as generating some novel insights.
Second, the emergence of social media channels demands that they be integrated into the crisis management and communication process. This entry retains most of the original findings because the advice and insights are still valid.
As in the original piece, I am reviewing and synthesizing research that examined organizational crises. It is important to note in this revision the shifting nature of organizational crises.
Historically, organizational crises have been considered a threat to the operations of an organization. An explosion could cripple production, a defective product would create the need for a recall and lost product, and a massive snow storm can disturb the flight operations of airlines.
Crises also have a reputational element. Again, a crisis can affect both but one of the two factors can dominate a crisis. Key Concepts There are plenty of definitions for a crisis. For this entry, the definition reflects key points found in the various discussions of what constitutes a crisis.
A crisis is defined here as a significant threat to operations or reputations that can have negative consequences if not handled properly.
In crisis management, the threat is the potential damage a crisis can inflict on an organization, its stakeholders, and an industry. A crisis can create three related threats: Some crises, such as industrial accidents and product harm, can result in injuries and even loss of lives.
A crisis reflects poorly on an organization and will damage a reputation to some degree. Moreover, experts now recognize the existence of reputation-based crises e. Clearly these three threats are interrelated. Injuries or deaths will result in financial and reputation loss while reputations have a financial impact on organizations.
Effective crisis management handles the threats sequentially. The primary concern in a crisis has to be public safety.
A failure to address public safety intensifies the damage from a crisis. Reputation and financial concerns are considered after public safety has been remedied. Crisis management is a process designed to prevent or lessen the damage a crisis can inflict on an organization and its stakeholders. As a process, crisis management is not just one thing.
Crisis management can be divided into three phases: The pre-crisis phase is concerned with prevention and preparation. The crisis response phase is when management must actually respond to a crisis.
The post-crisis phase looks for ways to better prepare for the next crisis and fulfills commitments made during the crisis phase including follow-up information. The term social media crisis has been used to describe crises that emerged in or were amplified by social media.
However, the term social media crisis is just too vague and includes situations that were not traditional crises.
For instance, most of the social media crises documented in Fail: Most organizations are not going to assemble the crisis management team to address a customer service problem even if that problem is trending on Twitter and getting hundreds of thousands of views on YouTube.
Paracrisis is a more precise term for the way social media is influencing the emergence of a crisis. Essentially the pre-crisis phase moves from private to public view.
If a paracrisis is mishandled—there is ineffective crisis communication—it can escalate into a crisis. Social media has had a significant effect on altering the pre-crisis phase of crisis communication.How has Domino’s Pizza, the world’s second largest pizza restaurant chain, evolved over the last decade to adapt to the rapid digital transformation in the quick service restaurant industry?
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