Hastily formed networks
APRIL 17, 2010
In times of crisis, disaster or uncertainty we often find ‘hastily formed networks’ (HFNs). This ‘hastily formed network’ and its very practical activities was achieved without plans, workshops, proposals, or performance indicators. In researching HFNs, I was surprised to find web sites devoted to ‘how to’ This seems a bit odd to me, and here’s why. A couple of weeks ago the husband of a friend of mine was killed in an accident.