Category Archives for "Special Report"
The Oxford Review (Research Based) Guide to Culture Change Keywords: Culture change, Organisational change, Organisational performance, Cultural perpetuation Many leaders, managers, human resources and organisational development practitioners do not grasp the complexity of culture change. There is currently a wave of ‘culture change’ initiatives on going in organisations around the world that, whilst founded on great […]Read more
Keywords: unlearning, unlearn, learning, knowledge, forgetting, psychological unlearning, organisational unlearning There has been a fairly constant and consistent interest over the past few years in the ideas of unlearning, to unlearn and how to unlearn in both the popular and research literature. The idea of unlearning has firmly entered the organisational development rhetoric as well as […]Read more
Special report: Is there really any difference between the generations at work? What the research actually says A lot has been written recently about the various generations at work and their attributes, for example generation X, generation Y and generation Z. Indeed, there have been a number of published papers on these very topics […]Read more
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 published research about executive coaching aims, methods and outcomes that has been published to date. The second research paper incorporated into this special report is a […]Read more
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 last 20 years to see what patterns and threads come out of the research on individual differences between leaders. Due to its nature, this is […]Read more
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 and are either dysfunctional or high functioning deviant cultures. Anyone interested in organisational culture and transformation / change will find this report most interesting. This […]Read more