Pring, E. T., Malietzis, G., Kendall, S. W. H., Jenkins, J. T., & Athanasiou, T. (2021). Crisis management for surgical teams and their leaders, lessons from the COVID-19 pandemic; A structured approach to developing resilience or natural organizational responses. International Journal of Surgery (London, England), 91, 105987.
This article provides an active discussion about differing characteristics of the COVID-19 crisis in relation to other crises faced by the authors as surgeons.
Bowers, M. R., Hall, J. R., & Srinivasan, M. M. (2017). Organizational culture and leadership style: The missing combination for selecting the right leader for effective crisis management. Business Horizons, 60(4), 551–563.
This article provides an interesting analysis of how to select the right leader for a crisis. The analysis provided illustrates that relying on the existing leader in place may come to be a serious mistake.
Johnson, M. S., & Thompson, S. A. (2021). COVID-19 crisis management at historically black colleges and universities (HBCUs): A contemporary approach to governance and leadership. Journal of Underrepresented & Minority Progress, 5, 27.
These authors of this study provide a thoughtful understanding of how COVID-19 has provided a significant challenge to the Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs). The authors provide a thorough analysis of addressing COVID-19.
Danet, D., & Weber, C. (2020). Cyber crisis management and leadership. Proceedings of the European Conference on Cyber Warfare & Security, 82–88.
This article discusses how highly digitized organizations are exposed to vulnerabilities, including threats by criminal groups or state sponsored attackers.
Burnison, G. (2020, April 1). Crisis management: The overlooked leadership skill: Here are five ways to rise up to the challenge of leading the troops while things are falling apart. CFO, The Magazine for Senior Financial Executives, 36(2), 22.
The author of this article provides thoughtful comments about crisis management and the leadership quality needed to rise to a crisis occasion.
Yoon, Y., & Sengupta, S. (2019). Employee share ownership, training, and early promotion policy as a bundle in enhancing labor productivity: A test of the three‐way interaction effect. Human Resource Management, 58(6), 603–620.
This longitudinal study in Korea focused on the three-way interaction effect of employee share ownership, training, and early promotional policy on labor productivity