In 20 years of working in and with organisations, one of the things I’ve found time and time again is that middle managers can make
Tag: Culture change
The two factors that might help increase knowledge sharing in your organisation
“In today’s economy, the most important resource is no longer labor, capital or land; it is knowledge” – PETER DRUCKER Research published in the Journal
Small changes can make a big difference: The role of teams in continuous change
Research published in the Journal of Applied Psychology explores how and why small changes, at a local work-unit (team) level, can feed in to the
Could this new theoretical model could help organisations manage change better?
“…much prior research has been based on the assumption that acceptance of change is, by definition, good, whereas resistance is bad” Researchers from Israel and
Does a masculine work environment mean we suppress our emotions?
Research by Olivia O’Neill and Nancy Rothbard, published in the Academy of Management Journal, explored the effects of emotion suppression on risk-taking, health and work-family
The impact of status on employee commitment to mergers
The Spy Who Loved Me is one of my favourite Bond films. One of the images that forever remains printed in my mind is the