In a comprehensive survey of Nordic schools, Ulrich Hommel, Claire Thouary (both XOLAS) and Björn Kjellander (Jönköping International Business School) examine how quality management practices have been affected by COVID-19. The results have been published in EFMD’s Global Focus Magazine 15(1). The underlying objectives of the study were twofold. First, to investigate the business schools’ preferred mix of short-term crisis responses and more permanent adjustments based on the conjecture that the pandemic not only strains current operations but also changes more fundamental sector dynamics (e.g. related to the adoption of education technologies). The second and related objective was to see whether response patterns are in any way linked to institutional characteristics and type of regulatory oversight. If you want to learn more about the findings, click here.