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Leadership, The Workplace, Social Impact

Learning Leadership Strategies From the Workplace and Protests

Professors Stephan Meier and Dan Wang explain how the pandemic and the demonstrations for racial justice are already influencing future business leaders.

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Social Impact, Healthcare, Data & Business Analytics

Designing New York's Contact Tracing App

UX designers from Tech: NYC along with faculty from the Business and Engineering Schools discuss the ongoing development of the New York State contact tracing app.

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Economics & Policy, Social Impact

Long-Term Effects of COVID-19 on the Economy

For the School’s Leading Through Crisis webinar series, CBS faculty, alumni, and special guests have shared insights over the past six months on the future of the economy during the pandemic.

Economics & Policy, Social Impact

How the Pandemic Has Altered the Real Estate Market

Government policy will play a crucial role in the future of the residential and commercial market.

The Workplace, Leadership, Social Impact

The Intersection of Housing and Technology With Inclusive Leadership

Robert Reffkin ’03, founder and CEO of Compass, discusses with Professor Christopher Mayer his optimism about the present and future of the housing market and emphasizes the importance of building a company that focuses on inclusivity.

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Leadership, The Workplace

The Human Experience of COVID-19

Sandra Matz and Daniel Ames share insights into why individuals experience the same pandemic in different ways.

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Economics & Policy, Data & Business Analytics

Government Debt and Deficit: Myth or Reality

Professor Shivaram Rajgopal moderates a debate between economist Jared Bernstein and financial expert Paul Kazarian ’81 on deficits during the pandemic.

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The Workplace, Leadership, Social Impact

The Role of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Leaders

Erika Irish Brown ’98, Chief Diversity Officer for Goldman Sachs, joins Vice Dean of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Gita Johar for a conversation on the role businesses can play in addressing racial and social justice.

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Entrepreneurship & Innovation, Economics & Policy

Long-Term Vision in Venture Capital and the Upsides to Being an Entrepreneur in a Downturn

Professor of Professional Practice Angela Lee explains how there are opportunities for investors during the pandemic even though she believes the worst of the downturn is yet to come.

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Economics & Policy

The Fed and COVID-19: What Is It Doing? Is It Working? What Are the Risks?

Professor Frederic Mishkin and Patricia C. Mosser, Director of the MPA Program in Economic Policy Management at Columbia University’s School of International and Public Affairs, analyze the Federal Reserve’s efforts to bolster the economy during the coronavirus pandemic in a discussion moderated by Kate Davidson of the Wall Street Journal.

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Leadership

Leading Indicators of the Future: COVID-19 Edition

Professor Rita McGrath discusses how to spot leading indicators in business during times of crisis.

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Leadership

The Business of Aesthetics: What It Is, Why It Matters, and Why It Matters Now More than Ever

Pauline Brown, a leading executive for global luxury firms, discusses how aesthetic intelligence is critical to business success with Professor Bernd Schmitt.

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The Workplace, Healthcare, Social Impact

Everyday Heroes: Pride, Humility, and Management

The Center on Global Brand Leadership and The Harris Poll presented a discussion around how the public perceives essential workers (non-medical), how they perceive themselves, and what organizations can do to effectively support their contributions during this crisis moment. Close-captioned.

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The Workplace, Leadership

Agility, Resilience, and Collaboration in Times of Crisis

Beth Ford ’95, president and CEO of Land O’Lakes, joins Doug Baker, chairman and CEO of Ecolab, to discuss how their companies have adjusted to the new realities of business during the COVID-19 pandemic. Close-captioned.

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Economics & Policy

Accelerated Trends or Fundamental Changes?: U.S.-China Economic Interdependence After COVID-19

Professor Wei Jiang moderates a discussion between former Obama administration advisor Avril Haines and Christopher Thomas, the former general manager of Intel China, on how the pandemic could alter the relationship between the US and China and what it means for global business. Close-captioned.

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Economics & Policy

US-China Economic Relations and COVID-19: What's Next?

Shang-Jin Wei, the N.T. Wang Professor of Chinese Business and Economy, discusses how COVID-19 will change the future of US-China relations in conversation with Neil Irwin’ 08 of the New York Times. Close-captioned.

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Entrepreneurship & Innovation

The Impact of COVID-19 on US Entrepreneurship

Management professor Jorge Guzman explains why allowing new businesses access to relief funds will play an essential role in an economic recovery. Close-captioned.

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Leadership

Purposeful Leadership in a Time of Crisis

In conversation with Dean Costis Maglaras, Hubert Joly, the Executive Chairman of Best Buy, explains why in times of great uncertainty, business leaders should guide their workers not only with purpose, but with humanity.

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Economics & Policy

An Uncertain Future: Predicting the Economy After COVID-19

Abby Joseph Cohen and Alexis Crow share insights on the economic impact of COVID-19 in a discussion moderated by Pierre Yared. Close-captioned.

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Leadership

Leading Through a Protracted Crisis: How to Drive, Survive, and Thrive in a Crisis

Management professors Adam Galinsky and Paul Ingram, together with Jonathan Laor ’21, CEO of Applicaster, advise on leadership during a crisis. Close-captioned.

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Economics & Policy

COVID-19: Economic Implications for Japan and the United States

Exploring the economic implications of COVID-19 on Japan and the US. Close-captioned.

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Economics & Policy

The State of the Modern Political Economy

Professor Tano Santos, Professor Ray Horton, and Dean Emeritus Glenn Hubbard discuss the impact of the pandemic on American and international political economies. Close-captioned.

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Leadership

A Conversation With John Faraci

A Conversation with John Faraci, executive chairman of the Carrier Corporation, and former CEO of International Paper. Close-captioned.

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Entrepreneurship & Innovation, The Workplace

Tech Trends and the Remote Workplace with Tim Campos '11

Tim Campos ’11, CEO of calendar app Woven, discusses the drastic acceleration of remote work practices amid the COVID-19 pandemic, how the workplace might permanently change, ways employers can preserve company culture with a remote workforce, and more. Close-captioned.

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Leadership

Staying Inspired in Times of Tumult

Columbia Business School Professor of Professional Practice Hitendra Wadhwa draws on his research and teaching on Inner Mastery and Outer Impact to show us how to conquer our inner struggles and bring power, perspective, and possibilities to our roles and responsibilities at this most challenging hour. Close-captioned.

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Leadership, The Workplace, Strategy

Management Lessons and the Future of Financial Services Industry During the Pandemic

Amanda Chen ’20 interviews Citigroup CEO Michael Corbat on how the firm handled the early days of the COVID-19 crisis and how the pandemic has changed the financial services industry.

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Leadership

Leadership and the Pandemic: Rising to the Occasion

Professor Todd Jick discusses effective organizational leadership during the global health crisis. Close-captioned.

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Economics & Policy

Climate Finance and Policy in the COVID-19 Era

Columbia University experts Jason Bordoff and Bruce Usher discuss climate finance and policy in the COVID-19 era. Close-captioned.

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Economics & Policy

Government Response to the COVID-19 Crisis

Dean Emeritus Glenn Hubbard discusses the US government's response to the economic downturn caused by COVID-19 with Neil Irwin '08, senior economics correspondent at the *New York Times* and senior advisor to the Initiative for Economic Policy. Close-captioned.

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Leadership

The Hero’s Journey in Times of Crisis

Professor Hitendra Wadhwa explains how we can all be heroes in a time of great uncertainty and adversity.

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Healthcare

Hospitals and Supply Chains in View of COVID-19

Health experts discuss ways to improve hospital management, the best tactics for resource allocation, and the drastic systemic changes occurring amidst the COVID-19 health crisis. Close-captioned.

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Economics & Policy

The Coronavirus Crisis and the Stock Market

As part of Columbia Business School's new Leading Through Crisis series, Professor Tano Santos considers whether the stock market’s drastic reaction to the coronavirus outbreak was justified, provides a historical perspective on market behavior during international calamities, and offers strategies for investors. Close-captioned.

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Leadership

Crisis Leadership Boot Camp

Learn to lead in the current crisis – and those you will face in the future – in just 60 minutes. Close-captioned.

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Economics & Policy

The Impact of COVID-19 on the Economy

Dean Emeritus Glenn Hubbard and Nobel Laureate Joseph Stiglitz weigh in on the economic upheaval caused by the initial outbreak of COVID-19 epidemic. Close-captioned.

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