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Employer and employee engagement in CSR
Finding effective ways for organisations to implement successful corporate social responsibility initiatives is not easy. Lonneke Roza and Lucas Meijs offer a helping hand.
The power of love in organisations
Expressed as trust, compassion, friendship and creativity, love shapes our working environment. We often ignore that, but examining it, makes a lot of sense.
Strategic renewal in institutional contexts
Organisations have to balance stability with innovation. For this, it's crucial to identify the innovation behaviours of employees.
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How to prevent power struggles in teams
Power struggles within teams can be harmful to organisations. When and why do they occur and how can they be prevented?
The influence of power on prosocial behaviour
Fair leadership behaviour and decisions promotes prosocial behavior of employees.
How people care for others during reorganisations
Employees are not just looking after themselves in trying times. They care about colleagues and the organisation too.
Why a bad night’s sleep makes some people misbehave at work
For some people, a bad night's sleep makes it harder to keep their impulses in check. This can lead to unwanted behaviour at work.
High-status leaders’ projects can be hit-or-miss
High status project leaders easily gather supporters, but results often are hit-or-miss. Research by Balazs Szatmari.
How unethical behaviour spreads through a company’s social network
Unethical behaviour doesn’t happen in isolation. Causes, links and how it spreads in new PhD research by Franziska Zuber
Sharing knowledge in the hospital across status barriers
Who in the hospital is in the best position to share valuable knowledge across the status barriers between nurses and doctors?
Why managers should not treat nationality as ‘software of the mind’
Nationality does not predict behaviour, says Giorgio Touburg. Managers should explore the national cultural backgrounds of their teams.
Small companies benefit most from corporate soul-searching
Self-reflection helps companies -especially smaller ones- to identify new business opportunities, without losing track of business-as-usual.
Companies are an effective gateway to volunteering
Corporate volunteering programmes inspire younger people and those with a higher education to volunteer.
Leaders who ‘walk their talk’ improve performance and profits
Behavioural integrity is effective, because it improves your communication. And you can develop it! research by Hannes Leroy.
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How to govern a philanthropic organisation
Philanthropic orgs are a special breed. How should they run their corporate governance? New research from Pushpika Vishwanathan
Losing status hurts more than losing power
Losing status hurts more than losing power. Here’s why.
Civil society organisations and the state of their partnerships
How can organisations in civil society improve their partnerships and take their aims further?
Inter-organisational trust: is more always better?
Is more trust by definition a good thing? Here’s why you can’t always trust your answer to that in business.