Expert Advice: Navigating the COVID-19 Crisis

During this challenging time, as the coronavirus affects nearly every aspect of our lives, the University at Buffalo School of Management extends our concern and support to our alumni, students, faculty, staff and community.

In everything we do—from our academic and professional programs to our scholarship and community engagement—the School of Management aims to make a positive impact on business and society. Now, as we all navigate this crisis together, our experts share their insights and advice on leading virtual teams, working through disruption, avoiding cybersecurity threats and much more. 


When the government bails out businesses during the coronavirus pandemic, it should acquire stakes in the firms—not just hand out loans.


As small businesses shutter in record numbers, two UB School of Management experts share their advice to help entrepreneurs ride out the storm.


Professors Kate Bezrukova and Timothy Maynes offer tips for leading remote teams effectively—during the COVID-19 crisis and beyond.


A dramatic increase in teleworkers brings a whole new world of security vulnerabilities. Alan Katerinsky, clinical assistant professor of management science and systems, discusses how to manage them.


As the coronavirus reached the U.S., Professor Nallan Suresh says grocery chains were caught off guard by unexpected demand—but customers shouldn't worry long term.


As the COVID-19 crisis grows, we worry not only about our health, but also about our jobs, our portfolios and our future. Professor Cristian Tiu answers common questions.


Organizations should gather information, take action and be transparent, says Jim Lemoine, assistant professor of organization and human resources.


Workers are united with a more powerful motivation than they have had in the past century: survival.

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