The Oxford Review Blog: Evidence-based practice research briefings

How New Leaders Emerge and Form Their Identity

Emerging leaders

In order to grow and maintain their performance organisations need to produce new leaders on a fairly consistent basis. As less experienced team members step into key roles and form their identities as leaders, they are essentially going through a process of self-discovery. Leadership identity develops as individuals step into the leadership role, and that […]

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Using Artificial Intelligence to Enhance Coaching – A new study

AI coaching

Artificial intelligence is gaining ground and offering new possibilities for coaching. Whilst many coaches are not using AI yet its use is gaining traction and it may be wise for coaches to understand how they can use it.  Coaching Coaching can be an effective practice that many organisations include in employee professional development programmes to […]

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The Complexities of Social Learning and Culture Change

organisational culture

An influential theme that has emerged in organisational practice over the last few years is the idea of culture change. At one level, the idea seems both logical and fairly simple. The culture of an organisation underpins many of the behaviours, routines, thinking and outcomes that occur in an organisation. If those behaviours, attitudes, values […]

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Conspiracy Theories: Research On Why People Believe Them

conspiracy theories

Over the past few years, the prevalence of conspiracy theories has spun out of control thanks to the ease of sharing false information through social media and efforts from several quarters to promote anti-intellectualism. Conspiracy Theories Conspiracy theories are speculation and explanatory beliefs of events or systems whereby multiple actors are assumed to secretly conspire […]

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A Roadmap for Facilitating Successful Digital Transformation

Organisational Success Podcast

Anything that gives an organisation the advantage when it comes to digital transformation id to be welcomes. In this, the last episode in the digital transformation series of podcasts, David and Melanie unpack some recent research looking at what the evidence says about successful digital transformation. Listen to “A Roadmap for Facilitating Successful Digital Transformation […]

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A New Study On Passion And Emotion Regulation Strategies On Well-Being And Ill-Being

passion and emotion regulation strategies

Training employees in the use of healthy emotion regulation strategies like cognitive reappraisal and promoting harmonious passions can have a significant positive impact on their mental health and reduce ill-being symptoms like depression that impact overall job performance. How we as employees feel (level of mental health, feelings of passion and interest, for example) impacts […]

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How Design Thinking and Resilience impact Organisational Transformations

Organisational Success Podcast

Anything that gives an organisation the edge during a transformation, particularly a digital transformation is to be welcomed. In this podcast Melanie Marshall and David look at some recent research about the links between design thinking, organisational resilience and transformation.  Podcast Subscribe to The Oxford Review Podcast in your favorite app Subscribe on iTunes Player […]

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Transformational Leadership, Uncertainty and Digital Transformation: the research

Organisational Success Podcast

What the research says about transformational leadership, uncertainty & digital transformation…. The digital transformation of an organisation’s operating systems, processes and strategies through the integration of digital technologies and IT has become an increasingly common process for many organisations. Advancements in technology and recent environmental pressures, for example climate change and Covid-19, which prompted the […]

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A New Study on the Impact of Zhong-Yong Thinking on Creative Problem-Solving

creative problem solving

As the pace and magnitude of change increases, especially during unstable times like the Covid pandemic, more and more organisations are trying to increase the level of creative and innovation capabilities within their businesses. One line of development has been an increased interest in creative problem solving. Creative problem-solving Creative problem-solving is used to attack […]

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What can we Learn from a Digital Transformation Consultant?

Organisational Success Podcast

There are a lot of moving parts with a digital transformation. They are not a simple organisational change proposition with the latest technology thrown in. Transformation consultants get a unique view of a range of such projects across several different organisations. In this podcast Melanie Marshall talks about her experiences of transformation and change, and […]

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