Organizations Must Use Crisis To Refresh Teams With Skills From Other Sectors

The economic chaos caused when the coronavirus first struck was bad enough when received wisdom had it that lockdowns would be short and final. Now that the virus refuses to go away quietly and that governments are responding with further lockdowns, quarantines and other measures, many businesses are pondering their very futures.

Of course, organizations in such sectors as travel, retail, aviation and hospitality have been particularly badly hit.

17 Aug 2020

Using Crisis as an Opportunity for Transformation

The University of Sydney Business School learned 12 valuable lessons from the 2008 financial crisis and John Shields, USYD Business School Academic Director, shares how other schools can apply those lessons to the upheaval of COVID-19.

THE GLOBAL FINANCIAL crisis (GFC) of 2008 was a game changer for the University of Sydney Business School in Australia.

The University of Sydney Business School

17 Aug 2020