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Scientists in the boardroom – interview with Dr. Ruby Campbell

Organisational Success Podcast

Subscribe on iTunes Player FM Listen on Spotify Listen on Podbean Scientists in every boardroom Dr Ruby Campbell LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/drrubycampbell/ Twitter: @ProveritasGroup Email Ruby Transcript David Wilkinson (00:00:00): Today I’d like to welcome Dr. Ruby Campbell who’s written a very interesting book called Scientists in The Boardroom: Harnessing the Power of STEMM Leaders in Every […]

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Entrepreneurial pivots – research interview

Organisational Success Podcast

Entrepreneurial pivots are a core skill set in every entrepreneur’s tool kit right? Well new research suggests this might not be correct. The idea of the adaptive, change orientated entrepreneur probably needs updating. In this interview with Professor Regan Stevenson from the Kelley School of Business at Indiana University, he looks at some of his […]

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Evidence-Based Organisational Change – New Podcast

The OR Podcast

Organisational change is a continually ‘hot topic’ within both the organisational and research communities with very good reason, as the rate of the pace of change increases year-on-year (currently estimated to be approximately 9% change increase year-on-year). And this is just in terms of new knowledge, scientific discoveries and technological advancements. Added to this, there […]

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Evidence-based list of barriers to organisational change

This is a spur page from The Essential Guide to Evidence-Based Organisational Change Strategic barriers to change Unjustified change Change adoption barriers Unrealistic expectations Deficient leadership Poor management Lack of top management support Lack of management understanding of the change Lack of top management involvement Lack of middle and frontline managers’ involvement Middle management resistance […]

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The essential guide to evidence-based organisational change

evidence-based organisational change

This research briefing is part of The Essential Guide to Evidence-Based PracticeThe rate of changeOrganisational change is a continually ‘hot topic’ within both the organisational and research communities with very good reason, as the rate of the pace of change increases year-on-year (currently estimated[a] to be approximately 9% increase in change year-on-year).  And this is […]

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How to implement Evidence-Based Practice

Updated March 2020Evidence-Based Practice implementationEffective implementation of evidence-based practice presents a series of real challenges to many organisations. Whilst evidence-based practice is the gold standard for decision making and practice or operations in any organisation, it, as a systematic practice, is far from a simple prospect to implement in an organisation and, as a consequence, […]

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Last month’s research briefings

Last month's research briefings

As well as podcasts, infographics, video research briefings, a copy of the monthly review, last month we sent out the following research briefings, based on just published* research to members: What is followership and how does it work? Do personality tests predict workplace deviance? Emotion regulation abilities predict work engagement and attitudes towards work Entrepreneurs: […]

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How organisational reward and incentive schemes can result in deviant behaviour

Research Briefing

Whilst the clear objective of reward systems, such as performance related pay, is to increase motivation and performance, a number of previous studies have found that such schemes can actually have the opposite effect by decreasing motivation and increasing ethical and pay inflation behaviours. And yet other studies found that performance-related pay and other organisational […]

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The problem with management consultants and consultancies

Research Briefing

A number of recent studies have shown that management consultancies often wield a significant influence on management practices, project and organisational outcomes and yet the precise benefit of their involvement is often difficult to ascribe and calculate. On the one hand, in certain situations, management consultants and consultancies have been found to provide tangible benefits, […]

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