Winning Ideas: The Management Articles of the Year 2015

Winning Ideas: The Management Articles of the Year 2015
Document type
Report
Corporate author(s)
Chartered Management Institute
Publisher
Chartered Management Institute
Date of publication
11 February 2015
Subject(s)
Management & leadership: including strategy, public sector management, operations and production
Collection
Business and management
Material type
Reports

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Management Articles of the Year is an annual competition open to academic researchers affiliated to a UK university. It is run by the Chartered Management Institute (CMI) in association with the Association of Business Schools, British Academy of Management, and the British Library. The purpose of the competition is to assist universities in disseminating their research findings to UK managers in the workplace, help them demonstrate social and economic impact, and raise the profile of their work with employers. It also benefits practicing managers by providing insights from credible, authoritative and leading edge researchers from UK universities. This collection features five of the best articles submitted in the fourth year of the competition, as rated by CMI's members. The first article was the overall winner:

  • Morale: unravelling its components and testing its impact within contact centres by Ben Hardy, Open University Business School, Tanya Alcock and Jon Malpass of BT Technology Services & Operations.
  • We don't do God (but maybe we should): managing religious expression in the workplace by Andrew Hambler, University of Wolverhampton Business School.
  • The 6 box leadership diagnostics: implementing management research into practice for more value creation by Vlatka Hlupic, University of Westminster.
  • Women in business: blueprint for individuals and organisations by Fiona Dent and Viki Holton, Ashridge Business School.
  • Management and moral capital: the corporation as a moral community by Jules Goddard, London Business School.

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