03--Corporate Crisis Management

Albrecht, Steven.  Crisis management for corporate self-defense:  how to protect your organization in a crisis-- how to stop a  crisis before it starts.  New York:  American Management Association, 1996.  225p.

Algar, Philip.  Managing industrial emergencies:  a planning and  communications guide.  London:  Financial Times Business Information, 1992.  154p.

Andriole, Stephen J., ed.  Corporate crisis management.  Princeton, NJ:  Petrocelli Books, 1985.  316p.

Baker, Wheeler L.  Crisis management:  a model for managers.  Albuquerque, NM:  Foothill Press, 1993.  97p.

Barton, Laurence.  Crisis in organizations:  managing and communicating in the heat of chaos.  Cincinnati, OH:  College Division, South-Western Pub.  Co., 1993.  256p.

Booth, Simon A. S.  Crisis management strategy:  competition and change in  modern enterprises.  London;  New York:  Routledge, 1993.  313p.

Bridges, William.  Surviving corporate transition:  rational management in a world of mergers, layoffs, start-ups, takeovers, divestitures, deregulation, and new technologies.  New York:  Doubleday, 1988.  227p.

Business continuity planning:  a disaster recovery manual for financial institutions.  Austin, TX:  Trust Financial Services Division, Texas Bankers Association, 1995.  147p.

Business protection plan for small & mid-size companies.  Phoenix, AZ:  League Publications, 1995.  190p.

Caponigro, Jeffrey R.  The crisis counselor:  the executive's guide to avoiding, managing, and thriving on crises that occur in all businesses.  Southfield, MI:  Barker Business Books, Inc., 1998.  283p.

Cassedy, Kathleen.  Crisis management planning in the travel and tourism industry:  a study of three destination cases and a crisis management planning manual.  San Francisco, CA:  Pacific Asia Travel Association, 1991.  60p.

De Kare-Silver, Michael.  Strategy in crisis:  why business urgently needs a completely new approach.  Washington Square, NY:  New York University Press, 1998.  297p.

Dougherty, Devon.  Crisis communications:  what every executive needs to know.  New York:  Walker, 1992.  197p.

Fink, Steven.  Crisis management:  planning for the inevitable.  New York, NY:  American Management Association, 1986.  245p.

Giesen, David.  Crisis management at financial institutions.  Chicago, IL:  U.S.  League of Savings Institutions, 1985.  46p.

Gigliotti, Richard J., & Ronald Jason.  Emergency planning for maximum protection.  Boston:  Butterworth-Heinemann, 1991.  182p.

Gillis, Tracy Knippenburg.  Emergency exercise handbook:  evaluate and integrate your company's plan.  Tulsa, OK:  PennWell Books, 1996.  171p.

Goldstein, Arnold P., et al.  Police crisis intervention.  Kalamazoo, MI:  Behaviordelia, inc., 1977;  New York:  Pergamon Press, 1979.  175p.

Green, Peter Sheldon.  Reputation risk management.  London:  Financial Times/Pitman Pub., 1992.  204p.

Hurst, David K.  Crisis & renewal:  meeting the challenge of organizational change.  Boston, MA:  Harvard Business School Press, 1995.  229p.

Ketterman, Thomas, & Marjorie Kravitz, eds.  Police crisis intervention:  a selected bibliography.  Washington:  National Institute of Law Enforcement and  Criminal Justice, Law Enforcement Assistance  Administration, U.S. Dept. of Justice, 1978.  40p.

Khoo, Kheng-Hor.  Surviving in times of crisis.  Kelana Jaya, Selangor Darul Ehsan, Malaysia:  Pelanduk  Publications, 1998.  134p.

Lerbinger, Otto.  The crisis manager:  facing risk and responsibility.  Mahwah, NJ:  Erlbaum, 1997.  384p.

Levitt, Alan M.  Disaster planning and recovery:  a guide for facility professionals.  New York:  Wiley, 1997.  417p.

Link, Albert N.  Mastering the business cycle:  how to keep your company on  track in times of economic change.  Chicago, IL:  Probus Pub. Co., 1991.  185p.

Lukaszewski, James E.  Crisis management anthology:  insights, background, and theory of crisis management.  White Plains, NY:  Lukaszewski Group, 1992. 

Lukaszewski, James E.  Crisis management workbook:  step by step process to develop your crisis plan.  White Plains, NY:  Lukaszewski Group, 1992.

Meyers, Gerald C., & John Holusha, ed.  When it hits the fan:  managing the nine crises of business.  Boston:  Houghton Mifflin, 1986.  271p.

Meyers, Gerald C., & Susan Meyers.  Dealers, healers, brutes, and saviors:  eight winning styles for solving giant business crises.  New York:  Wiley, 2000.

Mitroff, Ian I., & Christine M. Pearson.  Crisis management:  a diagnostic guide for improving your organization's crisis-preparedness.  San Francisco:  Jossey-Bass Publishers, 1993.  139p.

Mitroff, Ian I., & Thierry C. Pauchant.  We're so big and powerful nothing bad can happen to us:  an investigation of America's crisis prone corporations.  Secaucus, NJ:  Carol Pub. Group, 1990.  208p.

Mitroff, Ian I., Christine M. Pearson & L. Katharine Harrington.  The essential guide to managing corporate crises:  a step-by-step handbook for surviving major catastrophes.  New York:  Oxford University Press, 1996.  208p.

Myers, Kenneth N.  Manager's guide to contingency planning for disasters:  protecting vital facilities and critical operations.  New York:  Wiley, 1999.

Myers, Kenneth N.  Total contingency planning for disasters:  managing risk--minimizing loss--ensuring business continuity.  New York:  Wiley, 1993.  270p.

Pauchant, Thierry C., & Ian I. Mitroff.  Transforming the crisis-prone organization:  preventing individual, organizational, and environmental tragedies.  San Francisco:  Jossey-Bass Publishers, 1992.  255p.

Pinsdorf, Marion K.  Communicating when your company is under siege:  surviving public crisis.  Lexington, MA:  Lexington Books, 1987.  171p.  3rd ed., New York:  Fordham University Press, 1999.  425p.

Ray, Sally J.  Strategic communication in crisis management:  lessons from the airline industry.  Westport, CT:  Quorum Books, 1999.  260p.

Ritchie, Ralph W.  Emergency procedures for the small business and shop:  a guide and disaster plan framework.  Mohawk Valley, OR:  Ritchie Unlimited Publications, 1995.  109p.

Sikich, Geary W.  It can't happen here:  all hazards crisis management planning.  Tulsa, OK:  PennWell Books, 1993.  298p.

Silva, Michael A., & Terry McGann.  Overdrive:  managing in crisis-filled times.  New York:  J. Wiley, 1995.  250p.