Introducing the ‘Stewardship Climate Scale’ as a tool for measuring corporate culture
The influence of organizational culture on business outcomes and firm value
Help us research the how and what of organizational social-media literacy
Overcoming the Barriers that Prevent Women Excelling in Negotiation
5 cues that inspire a manager’s leap of faith to trust an employee
How ‘trickle-down’ from bosses to middle managers, particularly women, effects staff turnover
How the passive boss can be just a toxic as an abusive boss
The pros and cons of close working relationships in the quest for new knowledge and ideas
Able to exploit the present while also exploring the future
New research is a wake-up call for leaders and their junior colleagues
Variety Vs Accomplishment: Variety is not always the ‘Spice of Life’
UNC Leadership Survey 2016: Diversity Competencies for Leadership Development
"Organizations are fertile terrains for interrelating that can either build or destroy human accomplishments including creativity."
IESE’s Program for Boehringer Ingelheim Executives
The damage caused when people feel excluded because of their social identity as researched by Peter Belmi of Darden Business School
Big Data will transform how we evaluate, motivate, hire, and retain people in future
Can organizations do well while doing good? A recent study by Professor Kamel Mellahi of Warwick Business School investigates
An innovation culture provides unified purpose, speed, agility and passion
Gender inclusivity in the workplace implies proactive engagement from both sexes
Significant implications for businesses and many other organizations
A diverse generation often misunderstood by employers
Research that emphasises the importance of inclusivity and diversity in teams
The critical importance of innovation as well as 'quality' to corporate sustainability
While a majority of organizations recognize the need to compete globally, very few have a strategy to develop leaders with the competence to truly compete globally.
According to new research at UC Berkeley Haas School of Business, it appears that taking care to be politically correct can help men and women become more creative.
NYU Stern's Elizabeth Wolfe Morrison – on how ‘power perceptions’ and ‘fear of reprisals’ inhibit feedback
Senior Lecturer in Organizational Psychology at Cranfield School of Management, Dr Richard Kwiatkowski, on the psychology of managing trust.
“Sorry seems to be the hardest word” sang Elton John – but new research co-authored by Cambridge Judge Business School’s David de Cremer now suggests that it really needn’t be.
This White Paper from UNC Kenan-Flagler Business School explains why collaboration often fails in organizations, particularly those where virtual-communication and multiple locations are the norm
Despite the bad press performance can benefit from shareholder activism
Research reveals a corporate governance talent gap
A conversation with Alison Davis-Blake, Edward J. Frey Dean of the Stephen M. Ross School of Business at the University of Michigan
Anti-suicide research which is widely applicable outside the military
A Conversation with Bill Boulding, Dean and J.B. Fuqua Professor of Business Administration, the Fuqua School of Business at Duke University
The 4 orientations of responsible leaders
As it’s export-led economy moves to be one where domestic demand is an engine for expansion
This month’s Harvard Business Review publishes the valuable findings of research into CEO performance around the world
Learning and development for over-looked middle managers
Identifying the special ingredient that sets the organisations apart who are bucking the recent gloomy economic times and flourished
Applying modern manufacturing ‘lean production’ principles to ‘knowledge work’
Richard Arvey asks, if so can it help in allocating developmental resources?
Avoiding the biases that influence how we process information and make decisions.
Two important new research collaborations in India
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