International Journal of Business and Social Science

ISSN 2219-1933 (Print), 2219-6021 (Online)

An Analysis of Perceptions of Managers in Manufacturing Operations of Personal Engagement in Pre-Event Natural Disaster Planning
Dr. James L. Morrison, Dr. G. Titi Oladunjouye

Abstract
The findings of this study suggest that managers in the manufacturing sector appear to be bystanders in natural disaster preparedness planning. While they feel fairly confident themselves about being able to contend with a natural disaster, they are generally not actively engaged in planning process. Ironically, even though they exhibit a self-confidence in their individual ability to take care of themselves if a natural disaster struck, they are not satisfied with the thoroughness of their current natural disaster pre-event planning process

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