Jin Li is a professor of management and strategy, with joint appointment in economics, at Hong Kong University. Professor Li’s main research area lies at the intersection of the economics of organizations, personnel, and labor economics, focusing on the dynamics of informal relationships. Previously, he taught at Kellogg School of Management and London School of Economics.
|The COVID-19 pandemic has permanently changed how companies should think about business strategy. Disagree||“COVID-19 will change the business strategies of many firms. It will facilitate digital transformation and possibly change the way firms manage their workforce. But COVID-19 does not change the way these firms should think about business strategy. The basic elements of business strategy — differentiation, cost leadership, and so on — remain the same. ”|