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Organizational Management and the COVID-19 Crisis
Security and Risk Management Dilemmas



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ISBN 9781032255842
April 1, 2022 Forthcoming by Routledge
180 Pages 54 B/W Illustrations

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Book Description

The COVID-19 pandemic has re-shaped organizations on many levels: resource, process, structural and relational. Such a wide range of forced changes has resulted in a greater need to implement risk management principles and procedures to secure an organizations position in the market. This book presents selected and key aspects of managing contemporary organizations in the conditions of the COVID-19 pandemic, enriched with empirical analyzes relating to various countries of the world.

This edited collected focuses on clarifying and solving basic management dilemmas, integrated issues of risk management and organization security in light of changes during the COVID-19 pandemic. It specifically explores the following common problem areas, across industries and sectors, using theoretical, empirical and practical perspectives: - financial, economic and regulatory conditions for management processes in the conditions of the COVID-19 pandemic; - management of information resources and security in the conditions of the development of the phenomenon of digital risk and e-commerce; - shaping relationships with stakeholders - with particular emphasis on relationships with customers in the conditions of sales processes; - shaping the processes of creating and diffusing knowledge, with particular emphasis on the activities of educational entities.

Organizational Management and the COVID-19 Crisis will be directly relevant for researchers and academics across a range of management disciplines, including strategic management, risk management, organizational studies, information and knowledge management and related fields.

Table of Contents

Foreword

Chapter 1

Instruments supporting the economy of the European Union during
the COVID-19 pandemic

Konrad Stańczyk

Chapter 2

Stability of public finance in Poland and the EU before and during
the COVID-19 pandemic

Janusz Kostecki

Chapter 3

Disinformation of the digital era revolution in conditions of COVID-19

Wiesława Załoga and Robert Maciejczyk

Chapter 4

E-commerce market during the economic crisis caused by COVID-19

Małgorzata Grzelak and Paulina Owczarek

Chapter 5

Customer evolution in terms of digital development and purchasing decisions
during a pandemic – security and risk

Wioletta Wereda, Jacek Woźniak and Wojciech Włodarkiewicz

Chapter 6

Using the potential of the ISO 9001: 2015 and ISO 22301: 2019 standards
in the fight against COVID-19

Małgorzata Dąbrowska-Świder

Chapter 7

Acceptability and challenges of online higher education in the era of COVID-19

Celina Sołek-Borowska and Adam Ostanek

Chapter 8

Mitigation the risk of disruptions caused by the SARS COV-19 pandemic
by schools

Krzysztof Szwarc and Michał Wiśniewski

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Editor(s)

Biography

Wioletta Wereda is Professor in the Faculty of Security, Logistics and Management at Military University of Technology, Warsaw, Poland.

Jacek Wozniak is Professor at Military University of Technology, Warsaw, Poland.

Justyna Stochaj is Associate Professor in the Faculty of Security, Logistics and Management at Military University of Technology, Warsaw, Poland.