Coronavirus (COVID-19): Alliance MBS Commentary and Research
Here you can keep up-to-date with the latest Alliance Manchester Business School news, opinion, insight and advice on the impact on business of coronavirus (COVID-19).
Protecting staff and controlling the spread of COVID-19 will now be essential for any organisation. Dr Judit Csiszar, who has been running pandemic simulation workshops since before the crisis, explains how they can help prepare managers.
In response to the pandemic members of the Sustainable Consumption Institute and associated researchers have written a report to assess the possible acceleration of the transition to sustainable consumption and production.
Joseph Lampel, the Eddie Davies Professor of Enterprise and Innovation Management at Alliance Manchester Business School, has written extensively over many years on the subject of resilience and in this latest webinar in our Original Thinkers series he will be sharing his views on the subject and how individuals and organisations should be responding to this crisis.
At our latest Original Thinkers webinar we will be joined by Professor Jill Rubery, Director of the Work and Equalities Institute at Alliance Manchester Business School, to debate just how viable is the government's job retention scheme is in the long-run and other questions around this.
A lot of this resiliency is from people doing the right and appropriate thing. But we also need to reflect on what might have happened had this virus struck 20 years ago. Undoubtedly, timing has helped ease the burden.
Hear from Professor Sir Cary Cooper on how leading organisations are tackling this challenge and get practical tips on how to best support your employees’ well-being while they are working from home.
Andreea Avramescu will be able to further develop her research into personalised medicine, which has strong relevance in the fight against COVID-19.
Haulage drivers are key workers during the pandemic, but there has been little discussion about how the crisis is affecting them, say Sheena Johnson and Lynn Holdsworth.
The University of Manchester’s Recovery from COVID-19 team, led by Professor Duncan Shaw have produced a guide outlining the key issues for recovery from COVID-19.
Across the world governments are developing apps to mitigate the effects of the coronavirus. Nathaniel O’Grady looks at what local authorities need to consider before such an app is adopted in the UK.
Our team of experts are working with organisations to develop successful plans for ensuring their recovery from COVID-19. They produce a weekly briefing which may prompt your thinking on response to, and recovery from, COVID-19.
Sir Cary Cooper, 50th Anniversary Professor of Organisational Psychology and Health, recently revealed his five-point plan for turning your home into your office in a blog he wrote for Savills, the global real estate group.
Managing healthcare has never been under such a spotlight. So how can business schools respond to the current COVID crisis and contribute meaningfully long term? Professor Ruth Boaden shares her thoughts in an exclusive blog for AACSB.
Entrepreneurial start-ups are going to be more important than ever to help the economy recover. Dr Robert Phillips has featured in several articles recently that are particularly relevant to the current situation.
Many countries have taken exceptional measures to support the self-employed during the coronavirus crisis but it is hard to identify any providing as much support as the UK, says Professor Jill Rubery.
With practice we can all develop our reserves of resilience. This is not always an easy or comfortable process, says Professor Joseph Lampel, but never has this been more prescient as the whole world faces up to the huge challenge of coronavirus.