Kurt Motamedi Pens Column on How Executives Can Adjust in a Post-Pandemic World
In the wake of COVID-19, companies have gone bankrupt, economies have shut down and entire industries have shuttered. These impacts were just the tip of the iceberg as workers shifted to online environments and communities were facing radical and profound change. With a recession looming on the horizon, Kurt Motamedi, Ph.D., and professor of strategy and leadership at Pepperdine Graziadio Business School, writes in Chief Executive that CEOs are facing increased pressure to protect the bottom line. Dr. Motamedi recommends a few ways executives can rethink their skills and selves, including broadening their views, establishing safe places to invent, getting help from dependable partners, and seeking togetherness. All of these perspective-changing ideas can are explored further in Graziadio’s Presidents and Key Executives MBA Program.
To read the full column from Dr. Motamedi in Chief Executive, click here.