PRLog - Feb. 28, 2013 - In the event of a crisis, the impacts organisations experience extends beyond the location, it is imperative to have a complete crisis management plan to successfully manage and respond to the disorderly events. David Rubens mentioned taking a look at today's newspapers it is overwhelmed with reports about bank rate fixing, escalating deaths in NHS hospitals, poverty and war, it comes to no surprise that the need for a more integral risk management framework is required in order to respond to the unexpected than ever before.
SMi - Order & Chaos
SMi Group's one-day masterclass will offer an insight into the critical issues of crisis management, including both physical and within cyber space, that will be primarily relevant to anyone involved in the commercial, corporate, governmental or NGO sector.
Key topics covered in the full-day programme also include:
• Unstructured Problems: Crisis Management and the Challenges of an Inter-Connected World
• Limitations of the Traditional Command & Control Response Management Structure
• A New Language: Communication and Decision-Making within Emergent Multi-Organisational Networks (EMON’s)
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About your Masterclass leader:
David Rubens, MD of David Rubens Associates, has been involved in various aspects of the security industry since he was Team Leader on the Israeli Embassy security team in Munich, Germany in 1981. He holds an MSc in Security and Risk Management from Leicester University, where he is currently a Visiting Lecturer and Dissertation Supervisor on their Security, Terrorism and Policing programme.
About David Rubens Associates:
David Rubens Associates is a specialist corporate security consultancy offering strategic security services to individuals and organisations across the world. DRA has worked with government agencies, NGO’s, international conglomerates and major global events, and brings a mixture of strategic vision, operational experience and academic research to all of its projects, however large or small.
For further information and the opportunity to register online please visit; http://www.smi-
Alternatively, contact James Hitchen on +44 207 827 6054 or by email jhitchen@smi-