As crises continue to consume our world, Crisisology Group International will always be available to offer a helping hand.
While perusing our website, we trust you will be enlightened as you begin your journey into areas of new thinking. It is certainly a good start, when you can contemplate innovative ways of addressing problems, issues, and crises in your organizations and communities. This would be a noble effort, as together we attempt to balance the equation of the harsh environment in which we live and work.
We hope your brief tour will offer opportunities for an exciting and rewarding future. We invite you to reach out today and discover the success you deserve, for change lies just ahead.
Crisisology Group International (CGI)
Crisisology Group International (CGI) operates on the cutting-edge of Crisis Integration (CI) through palpable change and innovation. New canons relating to the Organizational Science of Systems Thinking Management (OS/STM) directs us in our quest to create resilient organizational structures.
CGI consults on deeply embedded issues, problems, and resulting crises in organizations, and devises strategic development plans used as unifying catalysts to create applicable solutions for those organizations. Many times, senior management groups do not fully understand why and how persistent long-term problems become crises. These deep-seated problems often blur the pathway to innovation and profitable growth. The spectra of crises, issues, and concerns in organizations are indeed vast, and may include:
Communities are known as ground zero for natural or man-made hazards. In these instances, strategies developed to address destabilizing events, must be centered around the needs of those communities. The limited resources often attributed to urban or rural areas when responding to those disturbances, must be optimally applied in order to experience a restorative or resilient environment. CGI assists communities in the renewal of blighted areas, and also aid in mitigation, preparedness, response, and recovery analyses relating to natural or man-made disruptive events. The events affecting communities may include:
Bureau of Crisis Prevention and Recovery (BCPR)-United Nations www.undp.org/cpr/
Center for Creative Leadership (CCL)-USA www.ccl.org
Comprehensive Emergency Management Research Network (CEMRN)-USA www.cem-rnetwork.org
Department of Homeland Security (DHS)-USA www.dhs.gov
Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA)-USA www.fema.gov
Food and Agricultural Organization (FAO)-United Nations www.fao.org
Humanitarian News and Analysis (IRIN)-United Nations www.irinnews.org
International Association of Emergency Managers (IAEM) www.iaem.com
International City/County Management Association (ICMA)-USA/International www.icma.org
International Crisis Management Association (ICMA)-UK/International www.icma-web.org.uk
International Law Commission (ILC)-United Nations www.un.org/law/ilc/
International Red Cross and Red Crescent Movement (IRCRCM) www.redcross.int
National Disaster Medical Systems (NDMS)-USA www.ndms.dhhs.gov
National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA)-USA www.noaa.gov
National Tribal Emergency Management Council (NTEMC)-USA www.ntemc.org
National Weather Service (NWS)-USA www.weather.gov
North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) www.nato.int
Pegasus Communications (PC) for the advancement of Systems Thinking-USA www.pegasuscom.com
Relief Web (RW) natural disaster map-International www.reliefweb.int
Society for Organizational Learning (SOL)-USA www.solonline.org
The Eastern Academy of Management (EAM)-USA/International www.eaom.org
The Executive Fast Track (12Manage)-EU/International www.12manage.com
The International Consortium for Organizational Resilience (TheICOR)-USA/International www.theicor.org
United Nations Development Program (UNDP) www.undp.org
United Nations International Strategy for Disaster Reduction (UNISDR) www.stopdisastersgame.org
United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (UN-OCHA) www.unocha.org
United States Geological Survey (USGS) www.usgs.gov
World Bank (WB) www.worldbank.org
World Health Organization (WHO)-United Nations www.who.int/
This website provides the above for informational purposes only. More useful links will be added over time for just that purpose. Crisisology Group International (CGI) does not necessarily endorse or support the contents, positions, policies, services or products of the above listed organizations, or any others referenced in this website (including third-party sites), whether through their websites or other means of information dissemination. These entities are solely and fully responsible for the accuracy of the information contained in their own sites, and CGI is not responsible for such. Further, CGI has not investigated the advertising claims made by any advertiser, or other entities connected to or through this website, and thus, does not endorse or support the contents, positions, policies, services, or products of these advertisers or suppliers. Each visitor to CGI's website is solely responsible for verifying the accuracy of the contents herein. Therefore, CGI expressly disclaims all liability for damages of any kind arising out of the use, reference to, or reliance on any information contained within this or any other site. Through this website, CGI does not provide professional advice where licenses, registrations, or certifications are required to perform certain specialized services in various jurisdictions—including other countries around the world. Laws regarding the use of websites may vary from country to country, and thus, those using this site must defer to those jurisdictions whenever necessary.
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