How to pilot your company through unexpected storms

07/7/2011 | Harvard Business Review online

Good crisis management is less about executing a carefully crafted strategy than about improvising effectively, writes Peter Bregman. The key is to assess a situation before acting, then commit fully to your plan. "Even if the decision isn't ideal, even if it's not giving you everything you hoped for originally, accept that it's the best under the circumstances and move forward without hesitation," Bregman advises.

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