Edited by Andrew J. DuBrin
Chapter 17: Conclusions about crisis leadership in organizations
Our study of research on crisis leadership in organizations has produced a wide range of information useful to both scholars and practitioners. The usual shibboleth applies that many unanswered questions remain and that we have much more to learn. Nevertheless, an overview of the previous sixteen chapters points toward a number of concluding comments. Crisis leadership is an important niche in the study of leadership and management. Enough knowledge has been accumulated about crisis leadership in organizations to serve as guidelines for practice, as well as a research base to build on for the future. Next, we list a series of conclusions about crisis leaders and crisis leadership.
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