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The Oxford Review Volume 2 Number 11 (November 2017) Attitude towards change: the roles of acceptance of change and control Keywords: Organisational Change, Acceptance of change, Resistance to change, Locus of control This briefing is from a new paper where the researchers looked at the connections between individual and collective attitudes towards change, […]Read more
The latest edition of The Oxford Review: inside you will find research briefings about: Flexible working arrangements have considerably different impacts in different countries How an organisation’s values develop a better climate which contributes to more useful organisational citizenship behaviours How business model change impacts your organisation’s success How corporate culture helps to manage occupational […]Read more
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: Servant leadership, Leadership, LMX, Leadership-member exchange, empowerment, Psychological empowerment, Proactive personality As mentioned in previous research briefings, servant leadership has been shown to have better and more stable outcomes than any other leadership style, including transformational leadership. Additionally, a whole raft of research has found significant links between servant leadership and organisational leadership behaviours. […]Read more
Keywords: job demand, employee requirements, quantitative demands, cognitive demands, mental demands, emotional demands, burnout, psychological empowerment, empowerment The modern workplace is considered historically to be the most focused and demanding in the history of mankind. This is evidenced by increasing levels of stress, burnout and mental issues brought about through the work environment. There are […]Read more
Keywords: innovation, innovative behaviours, innovation effectiveness, knowledge management, pay for performance, psychological empowerment, work engagement One of the critical success factors for organisations in fast-moving, volatile and hypercompetitive business spaces is innovation. The effectiveness of an organisation’s innovation capability can often make the difference between a prospering organisation and a failing organisation. Previous studies have […]Read more