Home/COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic An ongoing series of articles exploring the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic from a knowledge management perspective. COVID-19 pandemic demonstrates both strength and weakness of science funding models Implementation during a time of crisis: The critical role of trusting relationships Changes in job-related training since COVID-19 Unequal effects of the COVID-19 pandemic on scientists [Top 100 research & commentary of 2020] Bridging the knowledge-behaviour gap in the communication of policies during COVID-19 and other emergencies Most government information on COVID-19 is too hard for the average Australian to understand Dear pathology company, your knowledge management failures have caused serious harm Dying in a leadership vacuum [Top 100 research & commentary of 2020] The less equal we become, the less we trust science, and that's a problem Misinformation on social media fuels vaccine hesitancy: a global study shows the link Has poor data usage undermined the pandemic response? Doctors are key to overcome the COVID "infodemic" South Australian COVID-19 outbreak highlights how pandemics need a different disaster management approach COVID-19 prompts action to bridge America's digital divide Manusher Jonno Foundation (MJF) COVID-19 learning: An analysis Where did Victoria go so wrong with contact tracing and have they fixed it? A model for rapid learning and action in the face of COVID-19 uncertainty How skills will be crucial as we adapt to the post-COVID world The infodemic in scientific literature during COVID Using the NHS Knowledge Mobilisation Framework to capture lessons from COVID-19 (and beyond) Tacit knowledge transfer is hampered by COVID-19 work from home. What are the potential solutions? How well has knowledge management research helped preparation for COVID-19? Does knowledge reduce stress where COVID is concerned? Is the COVID-19 pandemic the result of knowledge management failures? (part 1): Cognitive biases and disaster responses 3 questions to ask yourself next time you see a graph, chart or map Identifying the "right" interventions in the wicked complexity of the COVID-19 pandemic Is social media the source of most COVID misinformation? Science publishing has opened up during the coronavirus pandemic. It won't be easy to keep it that way Critical discourse analysis for policy analysis: a new tool Are we entering a new world of remote work? What Twitter can tell us about the health of a community Can I trust this map? 4 questions to ask when you see a map of the coronavirus pandemic How Russian trolls polarized the vaccine debate Disclosing COVID-19 cases in public is more effective than lockdown Because You Need to Know - Dr. Irma Becerra Call for papers: Mass collaboration and knowledge management A systems exploration of the COVID-19 crisis The knowledge disruption from fast and frugal innovation in response to COVID-19 Simple data visualisations have become key to communicating about the COVID-19 pandemic, but we know little about their impact How to effectively promote citizen engagement through government social media during the COVID-19 crisis Coronavirus shows the urgency of ensuring that research gets into the public domain Busting coronavirus myths will take more than science: lessons from an AIDS study Informing timely epidemic research responses through knowledge management How Twitter can help track the spread of COVID-19 An example of how knowledge from the Global South can help the COVID-19 response How not to fall for coronavirus BS: avoid the 7 deadly sins of thought Why it is a unique time to demonstrate the value of knowledge management (KM) practices – Creating value from one’s knowledge Crisis knowledge management: Reconfiguring behavioural science for COVID-19 crisis response COVID–19: (Re)configurations of violent knowledge management, epistemic inferiorization and neo-colonial divisions COVID-19 and Digital Workplaces - Status Report Are you an unwitting mercenary in the dirty Facebook disinformation wars? Header image source: Pete Linforth on Pixabay, Public Domain.