An integrated framework for strategic decision-making following a shock event
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The purpose of this paper is to investigate the impact of shock events on strategic-decision making and the processes and strategies that organisations have put in place to cope with such events. It integrates research on strategic decision-making and crisis management to develop an integrated framework of strategic decision-making after shock events. Our central argument is that shock events influence strategic decision-making processes and the role of decision makers. A number of propositions were developed to guide future research.
People First. Serving our Stakeholders:ANZAM 2004
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