Loucks, S., & Ozogul, G. (2020). Preparing business students for a distributed workforce and global business environment: Gaining virtual leadership skills in an authentic context. TechTrends: Linking Research & Practice to Improve Learning, 64(4), 655–665. There is an increased demand in today’s post-pandemic business setting for a skilled workforce that is equipped to innovate and contribute to today’s digital economy. This is most often accomplished by way of virtual teams. Therefore, many students have very little to no exposure working in this mode, and they are usually assigned to virtual teams early on in their careers. Therefore, there is a need for students to be exposed to virtual teamwork as part of their college experience.
Panda, N., Sinyard, R. D., Henrich, N., Cauley, C. E., Hannenberg, A. A., Sonnay, Y., & Bitton, A. (2021). Redeployment of health care workers in the COVID-19 Pandemic: A qualitative study of health system leaders' strategies. Journal of Patient Safety, 17(4), 256-263. This study was designed to determine strategies used and other considerations from an international group of hospital leaders mobilizing human resources to respond to the clinical demands of the COVID-19 pandemic surge.
Reed, K. S. (2021, Winter). Leadership strategies in a virtual remade workforce. AMA Quarterly, 6(3), 24-25. This article discusses how some CEOs are doing daily check-ins using video conference with team members to express gratitude for the previous day's work and provide an occasion for employees to exhale from another intense day.
Asian, A., Silvia, S., Nugroho, B. S., Ramli, M., & Rusiadi, R. (2020). Teacher's leadership teaching strategy supporting student learning during the COVID-19 disruption. Nidhomul Haq, Islamic Education Management, 5(3), 321-333. This was a research project to review a teacher's leadership learning strategies in improving the learning outcomes for students when the government sent students home to slow the spread of COVID-19.
Ahmed, N., Bhatnagar, P., Islam, M. S., & Alam, S. (2020). COVID-19 and unconventional leadership strategies to support student learning in South Asia: Commentaries from Bangladesh, India and Pakistan. International Studies in Educational Administration, 48(3), 87-94. This article describes how researchers began to pay attention to the number of out of school children and emerging learning crises in countries such as Bangladesh, India, and Pakistan.
Amato, S. (2020). The top 5 business strategies must adopt during COVID-19: Necessity is the mother of invention. Canadian Manager. Summer 45(3), 19-20. This article reflects how just a year ago, business owners and company leaders in every industry were functioning in a state of being overwhelmed by the spread of COVID-19.