Typical Progression of Corporate Crises, Stages of a Crisis

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This paper will discuss the typical progression of a crisis and how it is different from the stages of a crisis. The typical progression of a corporate crisis is from denial to anger to bargaining to depression. However, it is important to note that this process can be different for every company. A crisis could be an unexpected event or something that has been building up for some time. It might also be something that has been going on for years but was not recognized until now.
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