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Intelligent unlock: business resilience

Knowledge Snacks Annemeike Tan

Also hunger for knowledge? Fancy a snack? Watch this knowledge clip about the research of Tilburg University researcher Nuno Barros de Oliveira, in which he talks about his research on business resilience during and after the corona pandemic.

The covid-19 pandemic has been about stopping the virus, but we must now feel the pulse of the economy and society to help policy-makers to identify “intelligent unlock” strategies in business. This study aims to track the spread of innovation (work practices) as well as areas of concern (stress). Using an app, this project will harvest innovations made during the lockdown to help fast tracking a resilient economy and society in The Netherlands. Nuno Barros de Oliveira (Organization Studies) is affiliated with the Tilburg School of Sociology and Behavioral Sciences

This knowledge clip is part of  #newcommon - a series on research on the corona crisis

The 'New Common'

The corona crisis has compounded major societal challenges. Tilburg University shares knowledge and insights to reshape our society. We are happy to discuss this New Common.