Questrom Magazine Extra: In this Q&A, Questrom Magazine talks with Jonathan Woodson and Anita Tucker about improving healthcare coverage, fixing supply issues, and tracking future outbreaks.
Questrom Magazine Extra: In this Q&A, Questrom Magazine talks with Greg Stoller, senior lecturer of strategy & innovation and expert on Sino-US relations, about COVID-19, trade relations with China, and if we’ll ever do business the same way again.
Teamwork has gotten harder. Before the COVID-19 pandemic, there were few strategies in place for converting in-person teams to 100% virtual ones. “The conversion process—and the results—has differed substantially from team to team, even within the same organization. This variability puts tremendous strain on individual employees who are now navigating not just one whole new […]
Questrom Magazine Extra: In this Q&A, Questrom Magazine talks with Charles Tharp, a professor of the practice and former head of HR at Bristol Myers Squibb, about starting, maintaining, or resurrecting your career during turbulent times.
While we might not know when we’re going back to the workplace, it’s imperative to plan—and Professor Fred Foulkes posits that consistency in return initiatives is crucial. “As multi-disciplinary task forces at companies and universities deal with the complicated challenges of developing effective plans for employees or students to return to work or campus, where […]
Questrom’s Catherine Fazio presents new research that shows new business formation is beginning to decline in a dramatic and worrisome fashion due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
In a new piece in Psychology Today, organizational psychologist and Questrom Professor Bill Kahn dives into what that stress means, how to enable health care workers to remain as resilient as possible amidst the stress, different ways that hospital administrators can support their front-line workers, and more.
In a recent article published on the Harvard Business Review website, Dean Emeritus Ken Freeman reflects on how best to handle laying off employees during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Questrom Professor’s op-ed illuminates weak points in the Small Business Administration Paycheck Protection Program (PPP).