Lehigh Business Supply Chain Risk Management Index says to be prepared for potential operational disruptions.
Lehigh College of Business executive education is training employees to be leaders in a crisis.
Leading banking institutions faced extraordinary challenges as soon as the COVID-19 pandemic started to spread globally and in the U.S.
Lehigh University’s College of Business associate professor Zach Zacharia talks about how supply chains are being affected by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Over the past month, Congress has passed several substantial relief packages in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.
With the end of the coronavirus pandemic remaining unknown, it is critical for companies to initiate conversations with their essential trading partners in an effort to respond in the near term while planning for the future.
Lehigh Business professor Andrew Ward talks about societal shifts, and how your organization can actually plan for things like COVID-19 and a world pandemic.
Tips on how start-ups can succeed while in the middle of a worldwide COVID-19 pandemic from Lehigh Business’ Josh Ehrig, self-admitted serial tech entrepreneur.
With so many people suddenly being forced to work from home due to the coronavirus, what does the research say about how dispersed teams perform? How can leaders and team members adjust their styles?
The coronavirus outbreak underscores how a crisis anywhere in the world today can cause shockwaves to the public health and economic systems of nations near and far.