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Organisational behaviour

 

Following the money

Does performance-related pay work? Dr Jonathan Trevor explores the issues. Pay for performance matters. It’s a practice that crosses sectors, affects millions …

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Thinking research

Organisational scholars now have a set of tools for implicit measurement, an area ready for impactful ‘next generation’ research, says Dr Jochen …

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Conflict in the workplace

Current reward policy is increasingly complex, too technical, focused on too few people and has serious unintended consequences, says Dr Jonathan Trevor …

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Getting creative

Dr Andreas Richter says the connection between creative self-efficacy and individual creativity is more positive than originally thought. Fresh research into creative …

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Getting creative

Fresh research by Dr Andreas Richter into creative self-efficacy and creativity in teams has thrown new light onto an area overlooked in …

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Service with a smile

Fresh research has revealed managers and employees are poles apart in their views on workplace relationships when it comes to dealing with …

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Beyond efficiency

Hierarchical, bureaucratic, stable structures and workforce efficiency are things of the past; survival and future growth, underpinned by a liberation of talent, …

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For leadership read fellowship

Social media is allowing greater connectivity between individuals and between groups giving rise to distributed leadership across organisations Social media platforms are …

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Fighting boredom

Dr Mark de Rond of Cambridge Judge Business School is full of admiration for the surgical teams working in the 50-bed hospital …

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Fighting boredom

What lessons can organisations take from the high-performance surgical teams at Britain’s Camp Bastion military hospital in Afghanistan? Dr Mark de Rond, …

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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 …

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Back to the good old days

Loosely coupled networks, like those used in medieval Britain and 14th century Tuscany, are increasingly being adopted by leading modern companies Modern, …

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You’re fired!

Lifting the burden of regulation on business might make the UK more competitive, but further changes could have an adverse impact on …

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The acceleration trap

Dr Jochen Menges, Lecturer in Human Resources and Organisations at Cambridge Judge Business School, says the new epidemic affecting us is speed. …

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Human capital risk

Not since the winter of discontent in 1979 has our economic and social well-being, societally and personally, been so dependent on how …

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