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Forbes: President-Elect Biden’s 8 Early Crisis Management Lessons For Business Leaders

Research Professor of Markets, Public Policy, & Law Alan Cohen was featured in a Forbes piece discussing lessons business leaders should learn from President-Elect Joe Biden.

Specifically, Alan, who specializes in national health policy, addresses the specific steps that Biden should take in developing an emergency preparedness plan to avoid another public health emergency:

“To that end, he [Alan Cohen] recommended reviewing and evaluating previous emergency preparedness plans developed under the Bush and Obama administrations. Then based on this review, Cohen said a new national strategy should be devised to deal with emerging diseases and other public health threats; create the necessary infrastructure within the Department of Health and Human Services to support it; and budget for and secure congressional appropriation of federal funding necessary to implement the new strategy and infrastructure.”

This article develops crisis management tips for business leaders based on expert commentary about how Joe Biden should manage the Coronavirus pandemic when he assumes office.

Read the full story here.

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