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Organisational Development and Organisational Change Research Briefings

Organisational Development and Organisational Change Research Briefing Archive Archive Home | Coaching | HR | L&D | Leadership | Management | OrgDev | Monthly Oxford Review | Infographic Archive Members Home VIP and Corporate Members get FULL, FREE access to the complete archive –  If you are a member: Login and click ‘download’ to get the item you […]

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Organisational Development research briefings

Free organisational development research briefings

How to be the most impressively up-to-date Organisational Development professional around  Keeping right up-to-date as an Organisational Development practitioner just got a whole lot easier… Organisational Development professionals who know all the latest research and thinking are really impressive. They almost always have valued opinions and insights to share. The thing that is most impressive […]

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How conflicting organisational cultures killed a merger

A longitudinal study just published in the British Journal of Management looked at how a ‘radical’ internet company was absorbed culturally into a ‘bureaucratic’ telecommunications business in The Netherlands. That the process took 12 years to complete at a cultural level shows just how hard it is to absorb a smaller organisation with a completely […]

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Can knowledge management really change organisational culture?Part 2. The research findings

This is a 2 part briefing of new research investigating the role knowledge management plays in changing organisational cultures. Part 1 – What is knowledge management and about the research Part 2 – The research findings (this post)   6 key findings The six key findings from the study are: Leaders can use knowledge management […]

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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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Organisational change: building support across different stakeholders Part 3

In this post I look at what the researchers found about resistance, chains of frames and what people tend to focus on and what to do about it. In this post I looked at frames and framing contests and what they are, In the second post I looked at what the researchers found about the […]

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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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Organisational change: building support across different stakeholders Part 2

Building support across stakeholders

This is the second post in a series of 3 looking at some new research from the US which shows how it is possible to achieve goals at an organisational level by a process called ‘frame decoupling’. In the last post I looked at frames and framing contests and what they are, In this post […]

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Organisational change: building support across different stakeholders Part 1

managing stakeholders

Today I will start a three part posting about some important research published this month by researchers from Louisiana State University, and Colorado State University in the US, which shows how it is possible to achieve goals at an organisational level by a process called ‘frame decoupling’. In this post I will look at frames […]

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