Business owners and managers must be proactive instead of reactive. In spite of continued lockdowns and social distancing, leaders must plan in 2021 to quickly accommodate this rapid growth and the higher expenses and constrained capacity that it generates.
A new webinar series offered through the Kelley School of Business Graduate Certificate in Medical Management program will give healthcare professionals insight and business knowledge during the COVID-19 pandemic.
As the COVID-19 pandemic hit the United States in early March, healthcare professionals were faced with a barrage of patients and change—a virus they’d never treated before and new information coming at them every day.
When Shelly Ford enrolled in the Graduate Certificate in Medical Management at the Kelley School of Business, she couldn’t have predicted a pandemic would change the world a few months later.
This year, COVID-19 changed academic life as we moved from on-campus learning to remote learning.
A new study finds that people’s fear during the COVID-19 pandemic is actually driving their willingness to donate to charitable organizations during this time. In March, Kelley School of Business at IUPUI professor Helen Colby and student Angela Smith launched a series of online studies to determine how the current pandemic was impacting people’s willingness…… Read more »
Indy Chamber and Kelley Executive Education at the Indiana University Kelley School of Business are partnering to offer a webinar series that will give business owners best practices and strategies for reopening and recovering from the COVID-19 pandemic.
In emergency medicine, it’s just a calm before the latest storm.