We can’t be certain when the pandemic will end, and it has affected all of us. But we should take proactive measures now to counter stress.
With the pandemic altering how we purchase goods and services, it affects essential aspects of the supply chain industry, especially safety and finance.
In this episode, APU’s Dr. Kandis Boyd Wyatt talks to clinician and educator Dr. Kelechi Fluitt about the mental health challenges during the pandemic.
Retailers are looking forward to stronger holiday sales this year. However, holiday shopping will be somewhat different in the age of COVID-19.
The key to reimagining the supply chain is not to build a better product, but to build a better team and create a strong culture.
We are living in changing and uncertain times. There may never be a better time than now for you to recognize and utilize your transferable skills.
Taking time to consider the different elements of training and what makes a session effective will ensure that your virtual training sessions succeed.
The COVID-19 pandemic forced businesses to adapt operations nearly overnight. In this episode, APU business professor Dr. Linda Ashar talks to Dan Cwalina, the CEO of Lormet Community Federal Credit Union.