Food banks remained resilient throughout global crises through frugal innovation by anticipating, adapting and recovering from shocks to the supply chain.
Athletes used social media to grow and expand their personal brands when faced with career interruptions caused by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Given the ease of virtual communication in the modern age, business travel might seem unnecessary. Senior executives still think it is worth the price.
Outdated U.S. government IT systems were exposed as sub-optimal during COVID-19. How can governments replace their IT systems in cost-effective ways?
As the changing global environment puts new stresses on businesses, captive insurance may be the key to handling the evolving challenges of modern day .
By taking into account people’s behavior during waves of infections, policymakers can strategically optimize the timing and intensity of public health interventions.
In a major international study, Crystal Reeck identifies activities that increase positive emotions and psychological resilience.
What tradeoffs are employees willing to make when searching for a job?
New research methods relying on big data show that even a global pandemic could not stop Americans from working out.
Small businesses can reach more customers by transitioning to digital models.
Subsidiary insurance companies can help owners safeguard against economic disaster.
Online videos have helped students keep up with classes during the transition to remote learning.
Students emphasize the value of academic advising and professional development services during the transition to remote learning.
A lot can change during a pandemic, but some things stay the same, like the importance of internships.
The production of the COVID-19 vaccine highlights the importance of collaboration between small, innovative firms and large, well-resourced firms in promoting innovation.