Research in the field of change management has never been more vibrant. The challenge is that much of this research never reaches mainstream audiences – much less the leaders that so desperately need this evidence-based insight. Throughout year we will actively monitor the latest research and assess its application today’s challenges.
This work will result in the routine release of articles and summaries. These articles will offer unique perspectives that emerge from the fields such as change management, organizational behavior, developmental psychology and neuropsychology. Additionally, we will provide fresh, original research that continues to inform the field of change management. Finally, we will share quarterly summaries of some of the latest change related research, designed to help ensure our clients stay on the cutting edge of the today’s latest research.
The rising prevalence of burnout among physicians and other healthcare professionals has become a major concern in the United States. Identifying indicators of burnout could help reduce negative consequences such as turnover, loss of productivity, and adverse health behaviors. The goal of this study was to examine whether individual behaviors and attitudes towards major disruptive change has an effect on workplace burnout. Read more here.
Culture is central to the success of organizational change. This article explores in depth, the relationship between culture and change as it pertains to federal employees and leadership through transition, which both require organizational culture recognition and respect. Read more here.