COVID-19 Information & Articles on Recovery
We are all dealing with uncertainty right now. Here at the WSU Public Policy and Management Center, we care about you and how COVID-19 is affecting you and your organization. We understand this pandemic provides unique challenges to public service organizations and their service delivery.
As we've been talking and thinking about how we can offer our support to public servants during this time, we've compiled some helpful resources and information – and we'd like to share them with you.
Articles on Recovery
From The Atlantic: How the Pandemic Will End
From The Washington Post: The new coronavirus economy: A gigantic experiment reshaping how we work and live and More than 2,100 U.S. cities brace for budget shortfalls due to coronavirus, survey finds, with many planning cuts and layoffs
From Politico: Coronavirus Will Change the World Permanently. Here's How.
From the WSU Public Policy and Management Center: COVID-19 Health & Cleanliness Practices
From retired NASA astronaut Scott Kelly (via the New York Times): I Spent a Year in Space, and I Have Tips on Isolation to Share
From All Things IC: How to Communicate Business as Unusual
From the Wellington Daily News: Virtual exercise classes, community service
From the Emporia Gazette: Quarantine Easter egg hunt promises fun while social distancing
Decision Making and Leadership
From Brookings: How our cities can reopen after the COVID-19 pandemic
From Root: Leading Your People In Times of Crisis
From McKinsey & Company: Decision making in uncertain times
Information for Parents, Families and Caregivers
From the Kansas Prevention Collaborative: Resource Library
From the Kansas Department for Children and Families: Resources and Information
Tips for Video Calls and Meetings
Via the WSU Audit Update Blog: Hank Green's Tips for Better Video
If there is anything we can do to be of assistance to you or your organization during this time, please don't hesitate to reach out to us.