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In this edition of the Oxford Review: The very latest research briefings: 1. A framework for developing inclusion in the workplace Based on issues faced in China, academics have published…

In this edition of the Oxford Review: The very latest research briefings: 1. The changing face of the organisation This briefing looks at a nice study that assesses the latest…

In this edition: ‘Flawed individuals’ – shared leadership in policing – lessons for all organisations The negative side effects of coaching and how to deal with them Coaching for resilience…

The Oxford Review Volume 1 Number 12 - December 2016 In this edition: What is good evidence-based coaching? Wellbeing risk assessments Teaching ethical decision making The four signs of a…

In this edition: Finger on the pulse - Positive Organisational Scholarship Creating a ‘Just Culture’ The 3 Critical points for successful paradigm change – new research The relationship between tacit…

In this edition: Sex difference in perceived emotional responses Why knowing things is less important than creativity and planning To exploit and explore, engaging all your assets The paradox of…

In this edition: Manipulation and why it is a core part of business The role of IT in Human Resources Development (L&D) Reimagining (dis)ability through science fiction Does gratitude have…

In this edition: Why do some staff readjust to their home organisations better than others? Eating a beetle: How to get your radical ideas accepted Managing innovation and agility –…

In this edition: Why your Business and Management Information Systems may well be way out of date – even if you have just got it… Why HR teams are core…

 

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