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Advice from the Harvard Business Review

The ongoing spread of the coronavirus has spurred companies across the globe to think strategically about their preparedness for facing the outbreak. Does your company have an emergency plan in place for employees to work from home? If so, how ready is your team to collaborate virtually? This week, HBR published two new Reading Lists on the topic that you may find useful.

How to Lead Your Business Through the Coronavirus Crisis

This Reading List includes HBR’s latest articles on this fast-changing story and its global implications. Articles in this Reading List include:

How to Work Remotely

Get insights that will help you navigate the challenges of managing a virtual work and teams. Articles in this Reading List include:

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