Working from home: Advice for managers and employees during the coronavirus pandemic

Working from home: Advice for managers and employees during the coronavirus pandemic

As businesses around the country are closing their doors and transitioning to remote work, Andrew Knight, a professor of organizational behavior at Washington University’s Olin Business School, said they should expect a period of adjustment as people develop new routines, norms and shared understandings about how work will progress through a new medium.
WashU Experts: Handing out checks gives ‘no overall economic benefit’

WashU Experts: Handing out checks gives ‘no overall economic benefit’

The U.S. Senate, with significant prodding from the Trump administration, is working on a plan to directly provide cash assistance to millions of Americans amid the economic fallout from the COVID-19 pandemic. Experts in economics and finance from Washington University in St. Louis’ Olin Business School weigh in on how it could help housing and households and maybe pay some bills — but still not answer the problems at hand.
A ‘choose your own’ entrepreneurial adventure

A ‘choose your own’ entrepreneurial adventure

A new fellowship for Washington University undergraduates further deepens the university’s commitment to educating and preparing the next generation of entrepreneurs. The program, offered by the Skandalaris Center for Interdisciplinary Innovation and Entrepreneurship, will directly connect students to, and immerse them in, the St. Louis startup scene.
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