Lehigh Business Vistex Institute for Executive Learning & Research developed this series of short talks by our faculty to help business owners and individuals cope with the new reality we are living and understand the forces that are shaping it during the COVID-19 pandemic.
In these videos, Lehigh Business faculty give insight into how and why the stock market is reacting, the changes in federal income tax, financing options to help make ends meet, the plight of the service industries, why COBOL still matters, what supply chains are with a close look at the food and goods supply chains (Why is there no toilet paper!), and more.
The Vistex Institute for Executive Learning & Research at Lehigh Business provides high impact, short duration programs for working professionals with a particular focus on content like you find here.
Two new online courses start soon: "Virtual Leadership: Essential Skills for Leading a Hybrid and Remote Workforce, Now and Post-COVID" (June 10) and "Project Management Foundations: Managing in a Virtual World" (June 22).
Kathleen Weiss Hanley, Ph.D., Bolton-Perella Chair in Finance Director, Center for Financial Services at Lehigh Business gives you a sense of why markets are so volatile during this unprecedented coronavirus health crisis.
Robert Duquette, C.P.A., M.B.A., professor of practice in the department of accounting at Lehigh Business talks about individual recovery rebates, expanded unemployment insurance payments, and other personal income tax benefits.
Beibei Dong, Ph.D., associate professor in the department of marketing at Lehigh Business discusses why service industries have gotten hit the most, what service industries could do DURING the pandemic and what they could do AFTER the pandemic.
Brett Smith, center director for the Small Business Development Center (SBDC) at Lehigh University talks about the Small Business Association's Economic Injury Disaster Loan program (EIDL) and the Paycheck Protection Program (PPP).
Troy A. Adair, Jr., Ph.D., professor of practice in the department of data and technology analytics at Lehigh University's College of Business talks about how and why the computer language COBOL, developed in 1959, is playing a part in the coronavirus pandemic.
Phillip S. Coles, M.B.A., M.S., professor of practice in the department of Decision and Technology Analytics at Lehigh University's College of Business talks about why there is no food shortage, but there are a lot of bare shelves in the supermarkets.
Chad D. Meyerhoefer, Ph.D., professor in the department of economics at Lehigh Business discusses the research showing how electronic health records are transforming how health systems are operating.
Zach Zacharia, Ph.D., director of the Center for Supply Chain Research at Lehigh University explains why we are having shortages of goods since the outbreak of COVID-19 and potential solutions.
Corinne Post, Ph.,D., professor and chair of the department of management at Lehigh Business has tips for employers and supervisors about how to help their employees feel safe and secure, connected, accomplished and satisfied.
Shin-Yi Chou, Ph.D., professor and chair of the department of economics at Lehigh Business, uses her research into prenatal care during and after the SARS epidemic in 2002-2003 to anticipate how long if may take to get back to normal once the COVID-19 pandemic subsides.
Charlie Stevens, Ph.D., associate professor in the department of management at Lehigh University College of Business looks at how the pandemic is affecting global strategy, what companies should be doing right now, and how to plan for a post COVID-19 future.
Liuba Belkin, Ph.D., associate professor, in the department of management at Lehigh University's College of Business talks has advice for employers and employees about how they can ensure that they stay productive and motivated, but at the same time are able to maintain healthy and successful family and social lives in a remote work environment.