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The tenuous boundary between reality and perceptions in crisis management

An insight I share during crisis management training sessions, which I also apply in consultancy, is that the organization should align itself with stakeholders'...

When the party’s over

If you ever visit Northern Italy between January and February and you wish to experience local folklore, the Venice Carnival is an event not...

After the Quake: some Reflection

November 23, 1980, at 7:35 PM, the Southern Apennines (Irpinia, Italy) were rocked by an earthquake measuring 6.9 on the Richter scale, an event...

Resilience: Embracing Empathy, Generosity, and AI Solutions

A core component of an organization is business resilience, which represents a key competence as it enables adaptation, recovery, and thriving in the face...

AI and Disaster Management: potential and applications

Artificial Intelligence (AI) Since its launch in November 2022, ChatGPT has sparked a significant impact on Artificial Intelligence’s presence in in the public domain, evoking...

Human Impact Analysis

Disastrous events have significant consequences on both the economy and the well-being of people. It is important to recognize that such events can cause...

Post-Disaster Needs Assessment

Managing a crisis represents a challenge for every community, as it requires prompt organization and effective response. Every catastrophic event, be it an earthquake,...

Biomimicry: when technology imitates nature.

In urban planning, the notion of risk is a function of threats, exposure, and vulnerability. Threats depend on the surrounding environment and can either...

Area BCM: a framework for disaster risk reduction

Organizations thrive in thriving environments. Achieving sustainable success in modern operating contexts does not only depend on the results of one actor, but on...

Spirituality at work: cultivating employee well-being

Great resignation. Quiet quitting. These are the terms that took over the headlines in the past years as labor consequences of the pandemic and...
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