Editor’s note: The IHC Network, an international, multidisciplinary group with deep experience in research methods, health services research, medicine, public health, epidemiology, design, education, communication and journalism, has created this site to help people think critically about claims made about management.
“Where are the new management theories?” an acute observer of management trends asked me at…
Editor’s note: It is with some scepticism that I share this. Terms such as ‘Post-bureaucratic management’ tend to frighten me off. However, there are some interesting points here about what management needs to become to support more responsive and adaptable organisations.
Editor’s note: I haven’t tried this service yet but I consider MIT Sloan Management Review to be a trusted source of information. The service covers big topics affecting all organisations so you should find something of interest.
Editor’s note: This meta-analysis of research studies shows that perceptions of justice in managerial behavior are associated with higher employee performance. The article looks at what links justice to performance and how you can introduce the concept into your organisation.
Editor’s note: This is an excellent article on why organisations need managers. The evidence, and there is plenty cited here, suggests that removing managers has a negative impact on the organisation.
Editor’s note: Context and how ideas and thinking are adopted and put into practice are what changes – management thinking not necessarily so.
Editor’s note: If yet another piece of research was needed to support better people management in organisations then here it is!
The quality of #management in the UK continues to trail the USA, Germany and other…
We love this video from #gary hamel. So, where is #management headed? Hamel provides his…
Editor’s note: This article focuses on the role of the manager in developing people and provides some useful tips on how managers can get the best from their teams.
Editor’s note: A look at holacracy and disruption in organisational development, something that was much talked about at this week’s Learning Technologies conference.
Editor’s note: so what’s holacracy? This article will explain and help make sense of organisations without job tiles.
Editor’s note: A look at Google’s use of data to improve management performance.
How data has powered management performance at Google.