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Knowledge model for post‐disaster management

    Artūras Kaklauskas Affiliation
    ; Dilanthi Amaratunga Affiliation
    ; Richard Haigh Affiliation

Abstract

The main aim of this research is to help post‐disaster managers to find most rational solutions by using advanced knowledge and developed Model. Post‐disaster management is shared, purposeful activities based upon the development of common understandings and interpretations of means and ends. Stakeholders generate the personal and group decisions which contribute to post‐disaster management success. This article describes the development (during EurAsia project) of a Knowledge Model for Post‐disaster Management based upon multiple criteria decision making theory. The developed Model involves six stages that help to determine rational post‐disaster management alternatives by evaluating post‐disaster management’ life cycle, stakeholders, micro and macro environment.


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Pagrindinis šio darbo tikslas ‐ padeti asmenims, kurie vadovauja darbams likviduojant stichiniu nelaimiu padarinius, rasti racionaliausius sprendimus, naudojant pažangias žinias ir sukurta modeli. Vadyba po stichiniu nelaimiu ‐ tai bendra, tikslinga veikla, grindžiama priemoniu ir bendro tikslu supratimo bei interpretavimo kūrimu. Suinteresuotos grupes priima asmeninius ir grupinius sprendimus, kurie prisideda prie vadybos po stichiniu nelaimiu sekmes. Šiame straipsnyje aprašoma, kaip buvo sukurtas vadybos po stichiniu nelaimiu žiniu modelis (vykdant EurAsia projekta), pagristas daugiakriterinio sprendimu priemimo teorija. Sukurta modeli sudaro šešios dalys, padedančios nustatyti racionalias vadybos po stichiniu nelaimiu alternatyvas, ivertinant vadybos po stichiniu nelaimiu gyvavimo cikla, suinteresuotas grupes, mikro‐ ir makroaplinka.


First Publish Online: 18 Oct 2010

Keyword : EurAsia project, Post-disaster management, Best practice, Alternatives, Modelling and forecasting

How to Cite
Kaklauskas, A., Amaratunga, D., & Haigh, R. (2010). Knowledge model for post‐disaster management. International Journal of Strategic Property Management, 13(2), 117-128. https://doi.org/10.3846/1648-715X.2009.13.117-128
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