Coronavirus (COVID-19) and its impact on business

Business leaders, community leaders and politicians: what does it mean for the future of business? The pandemic is a transformative global event, requiring fresh thinking.

We are barely grasping the nature of the global calamity that is the coronavirus (COVID-19). With everything that’s happening, it is hard to understand what this will mean for the business world. 

Part of the Business School’s strategy is to disseminate and generate new insights on the future of business.

We will come together using our expertise, available data, models and draw on imagination, new thinking and new understandings to respond.

What can you do

Send us your thought, data, sources, relevant work:

  • What should you pay attention to in the business news?
  • What are likely impacts and emerging logics? From stock market to climate response, from supply chains to remote work, from short term shifts to transformative global changes.

Here is what you won’t get: the latest health advice from the government and the latest university staff and student advice. We are not health professionals, we listen to them.

What we’re saying

Podcast: The coronavirus (COVID-19) and economic impacts

We discuss the coronavirus (COVID-19) crisis, and what it means for the future of business.

Podcast: COVID-19, airlines and business continuity

Joined by Associate Professor Adam Kamradt-Scott, we look at how COVID-19 is grounding airlines, and business continuity learnings.

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