Tag : business development

Interrupting discussions improves decision-making

Teams make better decisions if they are interrupted with advice during their task, rather than advised before it, new research from UCL School of Management reveals.

In a study published in Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes, Professor Colin Fisher looked at the timing and impact of formal interventions in decision-making groups.

He found

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APSCo Responds to Uber case ruling

Responding to the news that Uber drivers have won the right to be classed as workers rather than self-employed, Tania Bowers, General Counsel at The Association of Professional Staffing Companies (APSCo) said:

“This is a landmark case – while Uber classed its drivers as independent self-employed contractors who had the choice

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Business leaders must ‘Walk the Talk’ to be truly effective

Business leaders and managers should display ‘behavioural integrity’, rather than ‘moral integrity’, in the workplace if they want to improve employee productivity, team performance and company profits – according to research from RSM Rotterdam School of Management, Erasmus University.

Hannes Leroy and colleagues conducted a study which looked into behavioural integrity

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Britain’s happiest workplace

The search is on to find the happiest workplace and worker in the country as part of a new initiative designed to reward Britain’s brightest businesses and employees.

The Laughology Happiness Awards 2016 are the first awards of their kind, and will recognise the importance happiness plays in the nation’s economic

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