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In this edition What we can learn from resilient children What large organisations can learn from SME’s in terms of project management What is the impact of organisational knowledge loss due to employees leaving? Using evidence in evidence-based practice: Integrating practice and research This one thing predicts intercultural harmony and productive working relationships The one […]Read more
Keywords: flexible working arrangements, absenteeism, national culture, turnover, organisational outcomes More and more organisations are turning towards flexible working arrangements in order to increase their flexibility and competitiveness and to retain key personnel. Flexible working arrangements commonly include job sharing, flexitime (whereby the employee decides their working hours to some degree or other), work week compression (where […]Read more
Keywords: knowledge management, knowledge enabling factors, organisational effectiveness, organisational outcomes Central to an organisation’s ability to achieve its outcomes is a vast range of knowledge primarily about how and what to do. The ability to build, manage and perpetuate knowledge about ways of doing things in an organisation, is critical to the continued survival of […]Read more
Keywords: knowledge management, staff retention, employee retention, turnover intention, knowledge loss, organisational development, organisational performance, organisational outcomes Knowledge about how an organisation works and each of the components of an organisation’s operationis stored and distributed in many places. A good knowledge management system will capture and manage a lot of this knowledge, however,organisational knowledge loss has […]Read more
As more and more companies and organisation across the world embrace flexible working arrangements for their employees new research has found that the benefits of such practices is not the same in every culture and that organisations would be wise to think carefully about just taking on flexible working. (This research briefing was sent to […]Read more