MB 131 Crisis Leadership (Spring: 3)

Offered Periodically
In crisis situations leaders need to shift priorities quickly and communicate in the face of uncertainty. Examples include a serious product defect that harms customers, unethical behavior by an employee, a natural disaster, an epidemic, an industrial accident causing environmental damage, or a major breakdown in IT security. A crisis can actually be an opportunity for a leader. In this course students will practice their own capability to respond under time pressure using online and in class simulations, and weżll examine a range of crisis scenarios both in the United States and internationally.
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Last Updated: 25-OCT-13