Constant crisis has raised the noise threshold to deafening, creating difficulty in finding your organisation's signal - making it difficult to take stock after managing one crisis whilst preparing before the next one hits. It needn't be so.
We already have moved to an understanding of crisis being part of our BAU, much like the tide it ebbs and flows with regularity. Constant crisis creates new tolerance thresholds whilst shifting perception away from incidents being of note or cause for alarm. No sirens are sounded, as the chorus would be indistinguishable.