~ March 12, 2020  ~
This week the coronavirus is on everyone's mind. We've decided to lean in (but not too close!) by focusing on how this critical challenge is impacting  business and society at  multiple  levels.
Forbes: Michael Bernick

"Workplace practices are shifting on a daily basis." In coping with the current crisis and preparing for the next ones, how should companies navigate the challenging options and responsibilities of workforce management?
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BusinessBecause: Marco De Novellis

Because "simply putting learning online is a short-term solution": What would proactive, future-focused responses to this crisis look like for management education?
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Harvard Business Review: Amy C. Edmondson

"Be clear what you know, what you don't know, and what you're doing to learn more": What lessons on leadership, transparency and change should leaders take from the current crisis?
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Capital & Main: Mark Kreidler

"The poorest, the uninsured and the underinsured will be disproportionately affected": You may be able to stay home, but what if the people making your food or ringing up your groceries can't? (see also U.S. Employers: Paid Sick Leave. Now.)
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How does a virus trigger a global oil war, and "who will blink first"?
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The New York Times: James B. Stewart

This is the first major stress test of the economic system since the 2008 crisis, and the "financial plumbing" is under global pressure. How should companies and governments respond?
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