Rethinking editorial management and productivity in the COVID-19 pandemic

European Science Editing 46:e56541 (2020)
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Abstract

The indirect costs of the COVID-19 pandemic, specifically extended work absenteeism and possible loss of productivity, are discussed focusing on the research community and its publishing. We suggest that the community should learn strategic and innovative decision-making as well as crisis management from business management to think ahead, especially about working effectively and being productive in times of crisis. The main challenges are: 1) communicating scientific and credible information about the pandemic, 2) focusing on being productive to provide some certainty, and 3) adopting a new mindset and being open to unexpected opportunities.

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