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Crises

Many people believe crises are unavoidable. That is only partly true. Unexpected events do occur and some must be handled then and there. Many crises, however, are recurring events brought on by something that either was or was not done. When you delay something that needs doing, you are helping to create a future crises.

A starting point to reduce future crises is to review past crises. Are there patterns? Often you can develop a response to recurring problems. For example, if there has been a regular breakdown of a particular piece of machinery, you can plan to respond to the next breakdown by replacement, having a standby available, etc.


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