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The Mann Gulch Disaster: How do Organizations Cope with Crisis Situations?

The tragic Mann Gulch fire of August 5th, 1949, in which 13 smoke jumpers were killed, is a prime example of a "collapse" in sense-making and resilience in organizations.
The case study highlights organizational vulnerabilities, as well as strategies of resilience that enable organization to overcome crises.
Objectifs pédagogiques
- Sensitise students to the management situations of crises and those involving major organisational change
- Conduct a crisis diagnosis
- Identify the factors engendering the collapse of an organisation
- Define sources of resilience allowing organisations to overcome situations of crisis and major organisational change
- Being able to create a culture fostering organisational development and resilience
Change managment, Management of crises, Team management, High Reliability Organizations
- Business Schools Master 1 and 2 (Universities, Business Schools)
- Continuous education students
Prerequisites: none
Caractéristiques particulières
- 3 Powerpoint presentations (case presentation, debriefing, case corrections : 2 documents are provided, the 1st can be projected to the students in class and the second includes commentaries. It can be printed and can help the trainer when commenting on the slideshow. )
- French version available : KEDGE-OC-001
Livraison par lien de téléchargement
16 avec 2 page(s) annexe(s)
de 4 à 6 heures (2 x 3 hours)
Oui (6 pages) - incluse

Adhérents : 360,00 € HT / Non adhérent : 720,00 € HT
* Usage illimité pour un campus sans limite de nombre d'étudiants.

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