IMF Podcasts: Rethinking Work During and After Lockdown

While our work environments changed literally overnight, the impact of lockdowns on the nature of work is likely to last well beyond the pandemic. In a study published by the National Bureau of Economic Research, scholars from Harvard and Stern Business Schools look at the ongoing challenges for organizations and workers struggling to adapt and perform amid the global pandemic. Jeffrey Polzer is a Professor in the Organizational Behavior Department at Harvard Business School and a coauthor of the study. In this podcast, Polzer says the pandemic has dramatically affected the way people are collaborating and doing their work.

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Jeffrey T. Polzer is a Professor in the Organizational Behavior Department at Harvard Business School.

Listen to the podcast from IMF Podcasts Website.


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