1. I really enjoyed your post this week and found it very informative. Of the three approaches to regional preparedness, do you think one is better than the others, or

1. I really enjoyed your post this week and found it very informative. Of the three approaches to regional preparedness, do you think one is better than the others, or do you think that they should be combined in order to be more efficient? I think that either document analysis or preparatory behavior are strong by themselves, and provide decent preparations in the event of a crisis, but if they were paired with the self-evaluation of emergency management professionals, it could really drive the effectiveness of responding to a regional disaster. Each area is different and has a variety of disasters, so I think that implementing more than one approach is beneficial. Is this feasible or would it be too time consuming? 2.   you for sharing with us this week in the forum on regional disaster preparedness. You made some interesting observations about the difficulties faced in this area. I agree that most of the current efforts on disaster preparedness are geared toward local coordination and do not necessarily make it easy to coordinate regionally. This can be concerning when faced with regional disasters that rely on multiple agencies across jurisdictional boundaries to control. In terms of planning for these disasters, what are some things you believe a manager can do to ensure the least amount of coordination resistance when the real thing occurs? steps might they be able to take, at any level, to foster a more cooperative trans-regional relationship and ability to communicate? Great post!

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