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  Stretch assignment: resources for staying well during lockdown

IESE Insight Living life and going to work in the age of coronavirus takes its toll physically, emotionally and mentally. A survey of European workers by IESE's Jeroen Neckebrouck finds those who maintained an exercise routine coped better. Read article

  Keys to confronting crises, from a hospital fighting COVID-19

IESE Insight Anticipating problems, protecting your people, and working in close cooperation with your stakeholders: these are some of the lessons the University of Navarra Clinic takes from its fight against COVID-19 in Spain. Read article

  5 steps to measure the social impact of your company

Philip Muller; Joan Fontrodona Measuring the social impact of your company is crucial to determine if your initiatives are contributing to positive change in society. This notebook from IESE's CaixaBank Chair of Corporate Social Responsibility breaks down the keys to carrying out a good analysis. Read article

  What do we have to lose? Risk compensation during a pandemic

Eduard Talamas In the race to get COVID-19 under control, should we roll out a new vaccine that's perfectly safe but only partially effective? Not so fast: if the less-than-optimal vaccine encourages risky behavior, it may end up causing more harm than good. Read article

  Thomas Leubner: "Giving back to society keeps me motivated"

IESE Insight How can companies use education and training opportunities to keep their workforce up to date while also furthering social aims? Thomas Leubner, Siemens' Head of Global Learning and Education based in Munich, explains how his company does it. Read article

  Mutually assured construction: Negotiating cooperatively to rebuild after the crisis

IESE Insight Never have win-win negotiations been more necessary -- and challenging -- than during the coronavirus crisis. Our future may depend on negotiations that achieve our objectives and also build relationships based on trust and hope. And, yes, getting this all done online. Read article

  Statistics for social good: trying to model better coronavirus predictions

José Azar; Jeroen Neckebrouck Logistic growth models might help with COVID-19 forecasting, say professors Jeroen Neckebrouck and José Azar. Here's a look at a side project they launched to help get a handle on the public health crisis. Read article

  Coping with the coronavirus crisis: A guide for business leaders

IESE Insight How can executives keep calm and lead during the COVID-19 outbreak? Six experts discuss resilient strategies, clear crisis communications, reducing anxiety, increasing health security and more to help leaders respond to the pandemic as proactively as possible. Read article

  Axel Lambert: How to handle crises

IESE Insight Axel Lambert advises organizations, companies and professionals on how to prepare for, react to and prevent health emergencies. After years of working with epidemics such as SARS, influenza and Ebola, Lambert is conscious of one thing: "You're never fully prepared." Read article

  When speaking the world's global language comes with unwanted side effects

Sebastian Reiche; Tsedal Neeley Multinationals may choose to enforce a single corporate language to improve communication and information flows. Yet, from company morale to turnover intentions, the results are sometimes surprising. Read article
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