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How to Sustain Your Organization’s Culture When Everyone Is Remote

Autors: Jennifer Howard-Grenville
MITSloan Management Review, June 24, 2020

“The coronavirus pandemic’s office exodus risks diminishing company culture unless leaders take action to support it”

The Recession’s Impact on Analytics and Data Science

Autors: Jeffrey D. Camm, Melissa R. Bowers, and Thomas H. Davenport
MITSloan Management Review, June 16, 2020

“There has been a huge demand for data scientists in the past decade. Is that about to change?”

New Leadership Challenges for the Virtual World of Work

Autors: Alec Levenson and Patrick McLaughlin
MITSloan Management Review, June 04, 2020

“During the COVID-19 crisis, senior leaders must rethink key decision-making processes in order to enhance trust, transparency, and teamwork.”

COVID-19 on Campus: How Should Schools Be Redesigned?

Autors: Eric K. Clemons
Knowledge@Wharton, June 22, 2020

“Redesigning academic institutions so that they can re-open and function safely in the aftermath of the COVID-19 pandemic is a challenging problem. Part of the value from a traditional education in an elite institution is socialization as a member of the future elites in finance, business more broadly, law, government, and industry. ”

Four Ways to Keep Teams Calm and Focused During a Crisis

Autors: Jeff McLean
Knowledge@Wharton, June 05, 2020

“Across the economy, leaders of organizations of all sizes are stepping up to guide their teams through challenging and uncertain times. As crises extend past initial shock to a prolonged period of uncertainty, leaders must consistently project calm, stability, and control when there is ambiguity all around.”

The Post-Pandemic Social Contract

Autors: Dani Rodrik and Stefanie Stantcheva
Project Syndacate, June 11, 2020

“While many recent proposals for reforming capitalism would substantially change the way our economies operate, they do not fundamentally alter the narrative about how market economies should work; nor do they represent a radical departure for economic policy. Most critically, they elide the central challenge we must address: reorganizing production.”

Remote working: why trust has never been more important

Autors: Hazel Davis
Raconteur, June 18, 2020

“As more companies are working remotely, perhaps permanently, trust in the workplace has never been so important”

New global data reveal edcation technology’s impact on learning

Autors: Jake Bryant, Felipe Child, Emma Dorn, and Stephen Hall
McKinsey&Company, June 12, 2020

“The use of technology in education has become a lifeline during the COVID-19 pandemic. As students return to the classroom, school systems must carefully consider the longer-term role of technology. ”

Coronavirus: what a second wave might look like

Autors: Adam Kleczkowski
World Economic Forum, June 04, 2020

“With the relaxation of the lockdown rules, warnings are being sounded about a possible resurgence of COVID-19 cases – a so-called second wave. The second wave of the Spanish flu pandemic in 1918-20 was particularly devastating, as was the second wave of the H1N1 epidemic in 2009-10. So what can be done to avoid a second wave of COVID-19?”

Covid-19 could accelerate the robot takeover of human jobs

Authors: Erika Hayasaki
MIT Technology Review, June 17, 2020

“Machines were supposed to take over tasks too dangerous for humans. Now humans are the danger, and robots might be the solution.”

Agility before, during and after the covid crisis

Autors: Simon Hayward
KoganPage.com, June 08, 2020

“Agile businesses tend to be more innovative, better at meeting customer needs and more productive. They are also able to adapt quickly to the ever-changing competitive conditions in our volatile and unpredictable world. And our world has never been as volatile and unpredictable as it is right now.”

The six biggest post lockdown challenges for organizations

Autors: Lee Seok Hwai
Insead Knowledge, June 17, 2020

“Businesses and other institutions will be judged on how well they adapt to the post-Covid reality.”

The death of cosmopolitanism

Autors: Rachel Donadio
The Atlantic, June 23, 2020

“The coronavirus outbreak has emboldened defenders of the nation-state, in Europe and beyond”

We need to rethink the role of wellbeing in the workplace

Autors: Debi O’Donovan
Raconteur, June 11, 2020

“Employees receiving regular quality retraining and development will be equipped to cope with increasingly dynamic and fluid jobs”

 

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