Designing, Developing, and Implementing a Disaster/Emergency Program

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Essay #: 052010
Total text length is 7,270 characters (approximately 5.0 pages).

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DESIGNING, DEVELOPING, AND IMPLEMENTING A DISASTER/EMERGENCY PROGRAM
Disaster/emergency programs represent an important component for any organization. It follows that the current discussion provides a detailed description of how to design, develop, and implement a disaster/emergency program for an organization. Attention is given to implementation challenges including cost/budget constraints and internal and external political resistance. Potential solutions are prescribed for each of these issues.
The Design Phase
The design phase of the process involves the development of the fundamental logic and rationale of the program. In other words, design involves the production of various documents including blueprints, schematics, and...
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.....lysis is very helpful in addressing cost and budget constraints. And finally, assigning a project champion can be effective in overcoming political resistance both internally and externally. 
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