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When a Pandemic Hits: Treading H2O and the Possible Pox (E)
James, Erika Hayes; Clifton, Jason; Yemen, Gerry Case OB-0944 / Published January 18, 2007 / 2 pages.
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This five-part case series, sold as a package, presents an opportunity for students to understand that leadership mindset is not going from crisis to crisis, but anticipating and shaping your organization. Through five case scenarios, students learn the need to recognize when there is a crisis situation, explore problems that often occur when issues are ignored, and take appropriate actions to remedy the situation. The (E) case is nine months after the outbreak of the H2H avian flu. The vaccine was made available in mass quantities, and the government lifted shelter-in-place policies. The firm has lost 104 employees. The loss was painful and significant. The company is limping, but has unmet demand. What are priorities for returning business to pre-outbreak status?

  • Overview

    This five-part case series, sold as a package, presents an opportunity for students to understand that leadership mindset is not going from crisis to crisis, but anticipating and shaping your organization. Through five case scenarios, students learn the need to recognize when there is a crisis situation, explore problems that often occur when issues are ignored, and take appropriate actions to remedy the situation. The (E) case is nine months after the outbreak of the H2H avian flu. The vaccine was made available in mass quantities, and the government lifted shelter-in-place policies. The firm has lost 104 employees. The loss was painful and significant. The company is limping, but has unmet demand. What are priorities for returning business to pre-outbreak status?

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