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Best The Oxford Review podcasts we could find (updated August 2020)
Best The Oxford Review podcasts we could find
Updated August 2020
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In this episode I have decided to switch things a bit and rather than interview another researcher, I thought I would get the view on pivots from an entrepreneur, business coach and investor to complement the interview I did with Regan Stevenson about entrepreneurial pivots. The full transcript - links and notes and more can be found here: https://…
 
Contrary to the common assumptions about employing overqualified people - that they will be bored, cause trouble and probably not stay around for long, it appears the research supports a much more positive set of outcomes in many cases. In this podcast David interviews one of the researchers of a new paper that should cause people to re-evaluate th…
 
In this episode David interviews Assistant Professor Regan Stevenson from the Kelley School of Business, Indiana School of Business about his research looking at entrepreneurial pivots. For full notes from the podcast go to https://www.oxford-review.com/entrepreneurial-pivots-research-interview/By The Oxford Review
 
Evidence-based organisational change Keywords: evidence-based practice, organisational change, change, evidence- based organisational change, evidence, evidence quality Organisational change is a continually 'hot topic' within both the organisational and research communities with very good reason, as the rate of the pace of change increases year-on…
 
Issues like the Enron scandal (where the Chief Executive was found guilty of 18 counts of fraud, conspiracy and insider trading) and the VW emissions scandal (where technology was used to cheat emissions testing protocol and a range of other scandals) show that unethical and unprincipled decision-making and leadership is not an uncommon problem and…
 
More and more organisations are turning to big data to inform their decision-making, however they are finding that all is not well when they try to use big data. A new study by researcher Maryam Ghasemaghaei and Goran Calic from De Grot Business School at McMaster University looking at why organisations often end up abandoning the use of Big Data i…
 
Social norms are the rules that guide and constrain behaviours within any culture or society and both stem from and control what is appropriate behaviour within that environment. Social norms are the arbiters of order, organisation and structure within any society. However, despite the fact that they regulate social interactions and maintain order …
 
One of the big themes emerging from the management and organisational development literature at the moment is that of organisational ambidexterity. A problem that has dogged many organisations is how to continue to exploit its existing capabilities whilst at the same time developing and exploring new ones. A new study and review... To see the trans…
 
Mentors have long played a significant role in the development of individuals within organisations. One of the more successful approaches to mentoring has been inter-organisational schemes where mentors from other organisations help new and developing leaders and managers to get to grips with their role and to see things from different perspectives…
 
Being able to persuade or sell to others effectively is a core part of many people’s occupation and position. For example, leaders need to persuade followers, managers need to persuade employees and, generally, many people are put in a position where they are trying to persuade others about ideas, concepts and products. The art of persuasion has re…
 
When Employees get pissed off: Employee dissent spirals and how to deal with them as a manager It is estimated that somewhere between 50 and 70% of employees, will, at some point in their employment feel that the organisation has wronged, mistreated or let them down in some way. These issues are referred to as psychological contract breaches. This …
 
Getting people to take responsibility for their own learning and helping to drive and engage in Communities of Practice is often hard work and frequently fails. The question is why? A research briefing sent to members in 2016 shows why it is difficult to get people to take responsibility for their own learning and engage in things like communities …
 
Is the use of strengths at work as powerful as we might think? What are the factors that matter? Keywords: Character, signature strengths, well-being, organisational behaviour, trait affect, job satisfaction, job strain Many organisations today recognise the benefits of leveraging the positive qualities of employees, as well as minimising any probl…
 
In this podcast David provides a research briefing on some new research looking at the effects of corporate reputation on the people who work inside the organisation and the organisation’s performance in the market and has made some interesting finding. #research #reputation #orgdev #corporatereputation #oxfordreview…
 
Today’s organisations are increasingly facing environments characterised by complexity, volatility and uncertainty, placing extra demands on leaders to adopt holistic thinking approaches in order to meet organisational and individual needs. Leadership approaches are shifting, and organisations arguably require even more creativity than before. In t…
 
In this extended episode David and Sarah discuss a new research briefing about the validity of common digital maturity assessments, what digital maturity is and what the difference is between evidence-based practice and evidence-informed practice. The annoying squeak in the background is a bird! The research briefing and full reference can be found…
 
Some people just appear to have the knack of doing very little or wasting time at work and getting away with it! When I was a police officer we had a sergeant who was nicknamed ‘Blister’ as he had a reliable tendency to turn up after the real work had been done. A new study looking at time wasting at work has made some useful findings for managing …
 
In this episode David looks at a study about how organisations can develop greater levels of innovation across the organisation through developing higher levels of self-leadership skills. In particular the study found that one aspect of self-leadership had the biggest impact in developing what are known as innovative work behaviours.…
 
In this episode David and Sarah (our new commissioning editor), start a new series of podcasts presenting and discussing the latest research around leadership, management, organisational development, organisational change, Human Resources, organisational learning, coaching, decision-making and work psychology. In this episode we discuss a new resea…
 
In this podcast I am talking with Professor Mary Uhl-Bien from the Neeley School of Management at TCU in Texas about a paper she published with Michael Arena titled 'Leadership for organizational adaptability: A theoretical synthesis and integrative framework'. Transcript: David Wilkinson: Hello again. Today I'd like to introduce a professor ... we…
 
Podcast 1 - Emotions, expectations and behaviour Research Interview with Maya Tamir - Hebrew UniversityWith David Wilkinson - Editor of The Oxford Review Research Briefing available here: Interview: March 2018 Transcript David Wilkinson: So, welcome to The Oxford Review video podcast. Today, I'd like to welcome Maya Tamir. She's in Israel, and she'…
 
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