Part 2: Crisis Scenarios CRA2 v2
The types of crisis can be divided into 8 different categories. The first two threat categories  "Natural " and  "Technology" are usually referred to as "Threats" as this is address during the risk assessment when implementing the business continuity management program. It is discussed in Part 1: List of Threats .
Part 2: List of Crisis Scenario
The other six categories  to  are classified as Crisis Scenario.
 Natural and  Technology
A confrontation arises when employees fight amongst themselves, against management, or when individuals do not agree with each other and engage in non-productive acts. Some examples of Confrontation crisis include:
- Boycotts & strikes
- Internal disputes
- Ineffective communication & lack of coordination
- Using ultimatums and force to accept their demands
Occurs when some notorious employees take the help of criminal activities and extreme steps to fulfil their demands
- Kidnapping of officials
Arises when management takes certain decisions knowing the harmful consequences of the same towards the stakeholders and external parties.
- Examples of the crisis of organisational misdeeds can be further classified into the following three types. They are:
- Skew management value
- management misconduct.
 Workplace Violence
Workplace Violence occurs when employees engage in acts of violence
Rumours are the spreading of false rumours about the organization that could damage the reputation of an organization. An example is fake news.
 Lack of Funds
Lack of Funds occurs when organizations fail to pay its creditors and other parties. In more extreme cases, it may lead to bankruptcy and liquidation crisis.