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What is the Harvard Business Review impact factor? The HBR impact factor is currently (2016): 0.72 What this means. The Harvard Business Review is not considered by academics and university researchers to be a serious research journal. It mainly contains opinion and experience pieces. Comparison By comparison the journal with the highest impact factor is Nature […]Read more
Free: To download the full research briefing “The annual review or appraisal is dead… What the research says” including the references click the button… Download NowRead more
The 10 hottest research topics from 2016-17 that our members received over the last year The 2018 Research Trends are here The 2019/20 Research Trends are here The top 10 (11 actually as no 10 was tied) trending topics have been in order of research interest & activity over the last year: Organisational Ambidexterity Culture Change Organisational Change […]Read more
What a shoe shop can teach us about developing high performance cultures Tags: Zappos.com is the online shoe and clothing shop based in Las Vegas that was founded by Nick Swinmurn in 1999 and sold to Amazon ten years later for a cool $1.2bn! The firm, run by Tony Hsieh, has become an icon of […]Read more
In this research video presentation David Wilkinson looks research published in April 2016 which is a meta-analysis of previous research into what makes effective organizational change. The researchers were able to find 6 common attributes of successful organizational change programmes.Read more