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The Coronavirus Outbreak
Since the World Health Organization declared the coronavirus outbreak a pandemic on March 11, COVID-19 has disrupted just about every facet of daily life. Not only have the economy, health systems, business activity and company stocks been affected by the virus; for many even the daily ritual of going to the office has been halted!

Business and economic leaders are dealing with unprecedent levels of disruption and uncertainty. Even though it’s hard to stay calm, carry on and remain optimistic, especially when human lives are involved, we should focus on the opportunities for innovation that every crisis creates. This is a time for people to take more risks, center on what really matters, and embrace the opportunity to lead. 

By taking proactive steps now, businesses could be in a more secure position to stay strong and recover faster once the crisis subsides. Experts agree that a robust developed crisis response capability at all levels is required to ensure the efficient management of incidents in order to minimize associated negative impacts. 

The Library understands that access to information is crucial to provide a perspective on the current situation. Here we offer a range of useful resources for learning how to be resilient in the face of this and any other global threat. Stay safe!


Online Career Vital Information Sessions
The Career Development Center equips students with the right tools, resources and mindsets to help them drive their careers forward, not only during their time at IESE but for the rest of their lives.
Finding eBooks

Did you know that more than 300.000 eBooks are available at the IESE Library? You can find them by title, ISBN, author or vendor through the e-Books searcher.
World Heritage Journey
In times of confinement the web platform gives us the opportunity to discover humanity’s greatest treasures from the confines of our own home.
L&D Reading Guide
To complement the IESE People’s Division Learning and Development Plan Sessions the Library has edited a L&D Reading Guide containing a selection of useful readings for the IESE Staff.
Suggestions for topics are welcome
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