”If there are two or more ways to do something, and one of them can lead to disaster, then someone will do it that way.”

/Edward A Murphy – American Air Force engineer and captain (1918—1990)​

Murphy’s law is not “the law of the iniquity of everything”, as it is sometimes incorrectly called, but an expression of the zealous perfectionism of the Air Force engineer Edward Murphy.

Edward believed that mistakes could be prevented, but only if one checked and double-checked and guarded against even the most unlikely mistakes. The products would be foolproof.

We call it Murphy’s Way. Because just like Edward, we love preparation and know that sooner or later most businesses will suffer from a greater strain. That is when the preparations are crucial. We put together extremely experienced crisis leaders with razor-sharp developers. The result is the Murphy Crisis Management and Training Platform.

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