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Informal leadership, Attitude towards change, How emotions influence groups and more in this months Oxford Review

The Oxford Review Volume 2 Number 11 (November 2017)

The Oxford Review Volume 2 Number 11 (November 2017) In this month’s Oxford Review – research briefings about: Attitude towards change: the roles of acceptance of change and control Employee engagement – what the latest research says Employees perceptions of stress How emotions influence groups How servant leadership influences organisational citizenship behaviours How the machines […]

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Why HR teams are core to an environmentally sustainable business approach

environmentally sustainable business approach

Organisations around the world are taking an increasing interest in reducing their environmental impact and developing an environmentally sustainable business approach. The most cynical amongst us say this increased interest in corporate environmental sustainability has developed for two reasons: good public relations and the fact that reducing energy use is cheaper in the long term. […]

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Why your Business and Management Information Systems may well be way out of date – even if you have just got it…

Management Information Systems

Since the 2007/8 global financial crisis, business methods have changed almost out of all recognition. Bureaucratic, top down methods are being left behind as business leaders realise that in order to compete businesses have to move quickly in often unpredictable directions. One example of this has been the British telecommunications company, BT, that ended up […]

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The Oxford Review Annual 2017

The Oxford Review Annual 2017

The The Oxford Review Annual 2017 of organisational research has just been released, and is available on Amazon US, Amazon UK and other good book outlets in paperback version. It contains the very latest fascinating and useful research for every company and organisation.   The Oxford Review is being used by 1000’s of professionals including leaders, managers, […]

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The 9 evidence based issues about shared leadership that you need to know

Shared Leadership: How to make it work

A meta-analysis of 72 research papers just published has thrown up nine points for human resources and development professionals to consider when looking at a shared leadership system. The paper looked at shared leadership at a team level rather than the macro organisational level. Businesses and other organisations are often fairly risk averse with regards […]

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A model for coping with the paradoxes of management

coping with the paradoxes of management

Coping with the paradoxes of management A significant part of management actually entails how to manage the paradoxes and dilemmas presented in daily organisational life. Coping with the paradoxes of management is a core skill when trying to deal with competing and often diametrically opposed priorities that abound in organisational life. A new model just […]

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How to measure the impact of executive coaching and more in this month’s Oxford Review

The Oxford Review October 2017

Last week our everyone in our community got a copy of this month’s Oxford Review packed with brand new findings from just published research studies Developing evidence-based HR Keywords: human resources, human capital, evidence-based HR, HR analytics, HR digitisation In many organisations human resources or human capital analytics have been adding significant value and the […]

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