By 2020, the global economy, led by the US – China duopoly, was experiencing the longest economic expansion on record. An economic slowdown was natural, but few experts expected a triple socioeconomic crisis: a crisis in the medical sector along with a crisis in the social realm and an economic crisis. This volume provides a multifaceted perspective on the current global crises, and its socioeconomic ramifications for individuals, businesses, organizations, governments, systems and developing countries. Featuring selected papers from the 2020 Annual Griffiths School of Management and IT Conference (GSMAC), held in Oradea, Romania, this volume focuses on business, technological and ethical considerations in the process of navigating through crisis. The chapters explore diverse aspects of the sanitary crisis and its ramifications for countries and organizations. Finally, it provides diagnosis and recommendations for managerial practice in various industries impacted.