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How business model change impacts your organisation’s success

Research Briefing

Keywords: Business model, business model change, organisational change, motivation, performance As is often stated, change in organisations is becoming the norm as they attempt to keep up with technological change and market change, in particular. One of the areas where there is increasing pressure to change with the organisation’s business model. Business model change is […]

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Measuring organisational alignment and performance

Research Briefing

Keywords: organisational alignment, organisation structure, organisation performance, measurement, measuring, organisational change, change The last 50 years of research into organisational performance has been marked by an increase in quantitative measures of organisational performance. Quantitative measurement provides a level of objectivity and the ability to make comparative decisions based on ‘the numbers’. Alignment Whilst quantitative measurement is […]

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The links between organisational change and workplace bullying

Research Briefing

Keywords: bullying, workplace bullying, organisational change, change, psychological contract Over the last six or seven years a number of research studies have discovered that organisational change programs are often accompanied by an increase in systematic and persistent workplace bullying, particularly in terms of devaluing employees’ work, motivations and efforts, as well as social isolation and […]

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The conventional thinking that you need change orientated employees to enable organisational change may not be correct

Research Briefing

Keywords: organisational capacity for change, mind-set, organisational change, organisational culture One of the key concepts in the organisational change arena is the idea of OCC or organisational capacity for change. Organisational capacity for change refers to a dynamic, responsive and multi-dimensional capability to update and revise its existing capabilities and competencies, whilst cultivating new capabilities and competencies, […]

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Organisational change leadership: new thinking

Research Briefing

Keywords: leadership, organisational change leadership, organisational change, transformational leadership, change management Whilst there has been significant progress in organisational change and organisational change leadership understanding, research and practice, the application of good organisational change leadership and organisational change is still the focus of much research and interest. Interestingly, two papers have been published in the […]

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How to deal with disruption through knowledge management

Research Briefing

Keywords: knowledge management, knowledge sharing, business disruption, disruptive technologies, change, organisational change, disruptive change, agile At the current pace of change, one of the most frequent disruptive elements within most businesses is technological. As new technologies, software, and factors like artificial intelligence continue to develop rapidly, business disruptions are occurring daily across the globe. Some […]

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Projectification – how organisations are dealing with order and chaos

Projectification

The rise of Projectification. Virtually every other paper published these days mentions the fact that organisations and their environments are becoming more and more complex and facing greater levels of uncertainty, whilst, at the same time, there is a constant pressure for greater levels of operational efficiency and innovation with reduced resources. One of the […]

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How organisations unwittingly obstruct their own organisational change

How organisations obstruct their own change

How organisations obstruct their own change: The case of introducing motivational interviewing to reduce sickness absence A new study looks at the experiences an organisation had of introducing a new working method which shines a light on how organisations unwittingly obstruct their own organisational change. The Swedish Social Insurance Agency introduced a new tool, ‘motivational […]

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Conventional wisdom and change: the role of mavericks in creating change

conventional wisdom and change

Conventional wisdom and change Much of the rhetoric around change in organisations is based on conventional wisdom. Conventional wisdom refers to the commonly held beliefs, ideas and assumptions that a population has about an issue. These lead to a set of expectations, interpretations and explanations that people assume are true. As a result the ideas […]

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Receptiveness to change: how job satisfaction and organisational commitment impacts it

Receptiveness to change

Receptiveness to change is a key issue in organisations. A lot of time, money and effort is used trying to predict and develop receptiveness to change as this is a primary indicator of organisational readiness for change. A new study looking at the relationships between job satisfaction, organisational commitment and people’s attitudes toward organisational change […]

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