Impact corona crisis on business & society
April 9, 2020 | 1 min read
Our faculty shares their knowledge about the corona crisis and the impact on business and society.
The COVID-19 crisis is an unprecedented global challenge. A great appeal is made to our agility and resilience.
As a leader and professional you undoubtedly are challenged by this crisis. How can you secure the continuity of your organization? Are drastic decisions needed to lead your organization through this crisis? What do these interventions mean for your daily business and how do you engage your team members?
On this page you will find articles in which our professors and lecturers share their vision and interpretation with you to inspire you as a leader and professional. Looking for answers with impact on organizations, business and society.
Covid-19 Stock Market Downturn is of Long-Term Character
24 July 2020 - Pascal Böni, Associate Professor of Finance at TIAS School for Business and Society
Equity markets have staged a powerful rally in recent weeks. The V-shaped stock market recovery awakened hope that the Covid-19 crisis could be overcome after a relatively short period of time. But are these hopes for a rapid economic recovery justified? » read more
20 April 2020 - Ir Margot Schumacher MBA, Adjunct Professor in Leadership at TIAS School for Business and Society
Convincing people is not a "one size fits all". Which adaptive leadership is necessary for behavioral change? » read more
Effective Leadership from Home: Ten practical tips for leading at a distance.
9 April 2020 - Prof. dr. Ron Meyer, Professor of Strategic Leadership at TIAS School for Business and Society
‘In times of crisis, leadership is essential’ – this is a platitude we have all heard many times before. The question is how we should lead during this Corona Crisis, since many of us are sitting at home. Plenty of advice is circulating on how to work at home, but little guidance seems available on how to lead from home. Therefore, let me give you ten practical tips on how to shepherd your teams at a distance. » read more