The Carrot and the Stick author William Putsis, discusses why managing the supply chain has been so difficult for organizations during the current coronavirus outbreak, and why there is light at the end of the tunnel.
April 16, 2020
In part one of a new blog series, Eileen Brown writes about “execution,” and examines how governments have been reacting to the current coronavirus pandemic and highlights the important of structure in executing their response plans effectively.
Graham Lowe’s latest book, Creating Healthy Organizations, makes a compelling case for resilient and humanly sustainable businesses by focusing on improving employees’ well-being. This advice is just as prevalent to organizations today, as employees are forced into working from home, and where the lines between work and home and family life have dissolved. Graham Lowe writes in this post about why following the principles of a healthy organization can be helpful.
April 3, 2020
Epidemics and the Modern World surveys the role of significant infectious diseases in history from the Black Death of the fourteenth century to the Zika virus in the early twenty-first century. In light of the recent coronavirus outbreak, author Mitchell L. Hammond discusses how epidemics are a distinctively modern problem as well as a topic of historical interest.
February 26, 2020