Graham, Julia
November 1998
Manager: British Journal of Administrative Management;Nov/Dec98, Issue 12, p8
Academic Journal
Discusses how the Group Risk Management for Royal Insurance and Sun Alliance Insurance companies coped in the wake of the Manchester bombing in England in 1996. Details on the disaster event; Elaboration on the strategy of the companies; Information on the focus groups that were set up to manage specific issues; Lessons learned from the event. INSET: Business community planning.


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