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In April 2019 a book entitled ‘Nine Lies About Work: a freethinking leader's guide to the real world of work' was published. One of the chapters or "lies" within the…

As more and more organisations turn to universities to help them both with organisational issues and product/service innovation issues, the number of failed relationships continues to grow as well. Firm-university…

Managers and leaders are increasingly becoming aware that their success and the competitive value and advantages of their organisations is largely dependent on and intimately connected to the unique knowledge…

Probably one of the most frequent statistics quoted in the organisational change literature and by consultants is that about 70% of change initiatives fail or fail to meet their intended…

Many people in organisations talk about developing high-performance teams and organisations strive to understand how to develop them. In this Oxford Review special report, we have a look at what…

Keywords: Leadership, management, CEO, CEO characteristic, CEO background, performance, organisational performance, leaders characteristics, leaders backgrounds, Chief Executive Officer   Whilst there is little doubt that organisational performance relies on a…

This report is based on a detailed review of previous studies in the field and draws together the learning about how to deal with cultures once they have gone bad…

Keywords: leader, leadership, leadership development, individual differences, leadership capacities The study, an integrative review of research by a team of researchers has looked at all of the studies over the…

https://youtu.be/Hxxi_5Tw9CY A number of new (2018)  wide-ranging studies of executive coaching have just been published. These include the first systematic review of executive coaching, which focuses on all the previous…

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