As we adjust to the disruptions caused by COVID-19 and the resulting new normal in our work and home lives, many of us are learning lessons about organizational and professional resilience. In a recent piece posted in Forbes, MSL alumnus, Erald Minga (MSL ‘19), shared his thoughts on practices that can be used to positively impact organizational resilience and agility. We invite you to take a read: The Silver Lining: Four Ways Disruptions Strengthen Organizational Resilience.
As a lifelong learner, Erald came to the MSL with a B.S. in Biology from Elmhurst College, an Executive Scholar Certificate from the Kellogg School of Management, and an M.B.A from American Intercontinental University. When he entered the MSL residential part-time program in 2016, he was working as a Senior Human Capital Partner and HR leader at the Kellogg School of Management. Throughout his time in the MSL program, Erald worked to connect what he was learning in the classroom to his full-time employment in HR – he felt that a strong foundation in law and regulation would support and enhance his efforts in managing human capital. He now focuses his work on best practices around a variety of topics including talent management, organizational change, and risk management. Erald is currently a Forbes HR Council Member and Contributor, and also a Leadership Fellow at Leaders Excellence at Harvard Square. As a student, he was an active member of the MSL community and remains so to this day.