Интегрированный подход к управлению внутренними  и внешними кризис-коммуникациями в организациях.  Часть 2


https://doi.org/10.26794/2404-022X-2019-9-2-23-33

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Аннотация

Как было отмечено в первой части настоящей статьи, в обширной литературе, посвященной кризисам и кризис-ме-неджменту, можно выделить два основных направления: внутреннее, где особое внимание уделяется техническим и структурным аспектам кризиса, и внешнее, где внимание организации акцентируется на управлении заинтересо-ванными сторонами, или стейкхолдерами. Несмотря на то что в течение последних 20 лет каждое из этих направле-ний развивалось в значительной степени самостоятельно, было обнаружено наличие определенного числа возмож-ностей для их интеграции. На основе результатов исследований, приведенных в обширном списке используемой литературы, будет показано, как оба эти направления могут быть объединены в одну интегрированную структуру. При этом исследование потенциала синтеза внутреннего и внешнего направлений будет охватываться временными рамками трех основных кризисных этапов: докризисной профилактики, кризисного управления и получения пост-кризисных результатов, а термин «кризисное управление» будет в самом широком смысле отражать деятельность на этих этапах организационного менеджмента.


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Т.  И.  Алифанова
Московский государственный университет имени М. В. Ломоносова, Москва
Россия

Татьяна Ильдаровна Алифанова — аспирант кафедры управления организацией экономического факультета




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