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Can knowledge management really change an organisational culture?

  This is a 2 part briefing of new research investigating the role knowledge management plays in changing organisational cultures. Part 1 – (This post) What is knowledge management and about the research Part 2 – The research findings (Next post) The old saying, knowledge is power, shas been shown to have real effect when […]

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Generation Z and what it means for your organisation: Infographic

Gen Z primer

Who are Generation Z and how are they defined? What does the research say about how they like to work, learn and communicate? The Oxford Review have pulled together a fully research based infographic about generation Z and what it means for your organisation. The infographic also has a primer on all the other generations […]

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In this month’s Oxford Review

May edition

In issue 5 of The Oxford Review we have looked at and report the take-away learning from 10 brand new research studies in the field of organisational and human development. Causes of Fatigue at work Can conflict management processes improve productivity? Already had a difficult and painful change event? Be careful, be very careful this […]

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What you should to know about the organizational levels of development

levels of organisational development

All organisations go through stages as they develop. A research paper just published by researchers this month has identified the 6 levels of organisational development. Not only does this work appear to be valid but it has huge importance for business owners, leaders, managers, Organisational Development, Human Resources, Learning & Development professionals, consultants and coaches. […]

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Developing organisational ambidexterity – the implications for HR, L&D and OD

organisational ambidexterity

One of the big themes emerging from the management and organisational development literature at the moment is that of organisational ambidexterity. Get research updates from The Oxford Review – free.   Doing the two main organisational tasks change brings about A problem that has dogged many organisations is how to continue to exploit its existing […]

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How to be impressively up-to-date with no effort

keep up to date

  How to be impressively up-to-date with no effort   You know those people who are always impressively and ridiculously well read? The people who somehow just appear to know something about everything and are continually saying things like: “Have you read…?” or “Actually there is some research on that” or “Ah yes the research […]

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People try to put us d-down (Talkin’ ’bout my generation): Generation Z and what it means for your organisation

generation z

Generation Z is about to enter the workforce, but what does it mean for you and your organization? A series of new studies looking at this question have just been published in academic journals. Before I look at what they are saying here is a quick primer about the generations, their outlook and motivations. Previous […]

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What increases innovation capability and general performance in organisations: New research

performance research

An interesting and fairly large- scale study has just been published in the Chinese Language Journal of Quality that conducts a form of factor analysis called Structural Equation Modelling (SEM) on data from 398 organisations. The study looked at the level of influence the following factors have on each other: Organisational culture Leadership style and […]

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