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Undermining free (workplace) speech

Many company leaders want workers to 'speak up' but their efforts are thwarted by abusive retribution waged by middle managers, says Harvard Business Review article authored at Cambridge Judge Business School. While many company leaders want their workers to "speak…

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No free speech

The end of the middle manager?

Knowledge will dictate the future of organisational hierarchy as bureaucratic structures are replaced and where leaders will emerge rather than be elected, say Dr Jonathan Trevor, Lecturer in Human Resources & Organisations at Cambridge Judge Business School, and Kate Tojeiro,…

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The end of the middle manager?

Knowledge will dictate the future of organisational hierarchy as bureaucratic structures are replaced and where leaders will emerge rather than be elected, say Dr Jonathan Trevor, Lecturer in Human Resources & Organisations at Cambridge Judge Business School, and Kate Tojeiro,…

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The weakest link?

Top managers 'think', whilst middle managers 'act', but shouldn't both work together to bring about change? The role of the middle manager in change strategies is key to the success of those strategies, says Dr Shahzad Ansari, University Lecturer in Strategy…

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Dr Shahzad Ansari

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