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Top 10 Coronavirus Questions for Crisis Management Expert Edward Segal
Edward Segal -- Crisis Management Expert Edward Segal -- Crisis Management Expert
Washington , DC
Thursday, February 27, 2020

The cover of Edward Segal's new book on crisis management

Crisis management expert and author Edward Segal is available to provide his insights and observations to news organizations about the following aspects of the coronavirus crisis:

  1. What can we learn from other health crises such as the influenza, polio, AIDS, and Ebola that we should apply to this crisis?
  2. What's the most important thing to do in a public health crisis such as this one?
  3. What's the first rule of crisis management that should be applied to this rapidly developing situation?
  4. Is there something the government should be doing that it is not doing now?
  5. How would you grade the President's response to the crisis?
  6. Should the country's commander in chief also be the scientist in chief?
  7. Who should we trust in this crisis: the politicians or the scientists?
  8. Do you think the government should share with the public their detailed plans for dealing with worst-case scenarios about the virus?
  9. What is the impact of having government officials making contradictory statements about the status and future of the disease?
  10. What can we expect will happen next?

Edward Segal is the author of the forthcoming book on crisis management: Crisis Ready — 101 Ways to Prepare for and Bounce Back from Disasters, Scandals, and Other Emergencies (Nicholas Brealey/Hachette).  The book can be pre-ordered at https://amzn.to/2qTbCfi

Contact Segal at GetCrisisReady@gmail.com or visit GetCrisisReady.com.



Edward Segal
Crisis Management Expert
Washington, DC