Category: Workplace Culture
Please Note: Resources are listed in date order with most recent listed first.
An overview of the interrelationship between culture and leadership style. While global institutions’ may want to determine and develop leadership qualities deemed universal, this reduction of cultural complexity may not be possible or desirable.
A correlational study looking at the impact of groups and experience on the propensity for an individual to behave corruptly. It highlights the importance of developing a workplace culture with strong social norms to support ethical behaviour.
Results from the first randomized experiment of working from home show a highly significant performance increase as well as higher job satisfaction. As well, the positive gains are even higher in employees who prefer to work at home reinforcing the organizational cost savings from reduced office-expenses.
An article describing the relationship between adopting a results-oriented, authentic leadership style and the creation of a sustainable high-performance culture.