Individuals, celebrities, organizations and non-profits may need crisis management in times of controversy. Moore Law can help you through this difficult time with strategic and skilled advice.

Crisis management is the task for creating and implementing a business plan that can be implemented quickly in the face of a crisis. Events that would qualify as crises include a wide range of potential threats: Negative media bombardment; catastrophic occurrences; widespread product liability; image despoilment; natural disasters like hurricanes, earthquakes, tornadoes and floods; terrorist attacks; power blackouts; school or workplace violence; cyber crimes; product tampering; bomb threats, and the unexpected death or illness of key leaders, to name but a few. The speed with which an institution or company recovers after a crisis tomorrow depends upon the plans established today. "Though each situation is unique, any organization can be better prepared if it plans carefully, puts emergency procedures in place, and practices for emergencies of all kinds." This is how the U.S. Department of Homeland Security emphasizes the importance of crisis management planning in its Web site entitled "Preparing Makes Business Sense."

An effective crisis management plan incorporates a public communication strategy, including emergency response, disaster recovery, business continuity, and a clear delineation of key personnel and their spheres of responsibility.

Hopefully, you or your organization will never have to face a crisis. But if you do, know that Moore Law is a leader in Strategic Crisis Management and that we can help you navigate through the turbulent times.