In This Month's Oxford Review

In This Month’s Oxford Review

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This month’s Oxford Review – packed with useful research reviews to keep our members right up to date.

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In this month’s edition we have reviewed articles about:

  • What organisational cultures work best in organisations with outsourced staff?
  • What is the difference between coping, adapting and self-management?
  • Can you be too aligned with your organisation?
  • Leadership Development: the role of emerging identity as a leader
  • Does organisational learning help to develop organisational agility and intelligence?
  • Making professional judgements – confidently
  • The Key to (Lean) Management
  • Entrepreneurship training gives organisations a competitive edge
  • A model for coping with the paradoxes of management
  • The 9 evidence based issues about shared leadership that you need to know
  • Book of the month review

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