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* Technological crisis arises as a result of failure in technology.  
 
* Technological crisis arises as a result of failure in technology.  
* Problems in the overall systems lead to technological crisis.
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* Problems in the overall systems lead to technological crises.
* Breakdown of machine, corrupted software and give rise to technological crisis.
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* Breakdown of the machine, corrupted software and give rise to the technological crisis.
* Technological crisis are caused by human application of science and technology.  
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* Technological crises are caused by the human application of science and technology.  
 
** This occurs when technology becomes complex and the system breaks down.
 
** This occurs when technology becomes complex and the system breaks down.
 
** Software failures, industrial accidents etc.
 
** Software failures, industrial accidents etc.
 
Source: [http://www.managementstudyguide.com/types-of-crisis.htm MSG Management Guide]
 
  
 
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Revision as of 04:26, 25 July 2021

  • Technological crisis arises as a result of failure in technology.
  • Problems in the overall systems lead to technological crises.
  • Breakdown of the machine, corrupted software and give rise to the technological crisis.
  • Technological crises are caused by the human application of science and technology.
    • This occurs when technology becomes complex and the system breaks down.
    • Software failures, industrial accidents etc.

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