How do we create working environments where people have a sense of autonomy, the ability to grow, and have meaningful, trusting relationships with others? Our research explores the processes of individual and organisational change and pays close attention to their characteristics and dynamics.
"How to become a great place to work"
This paper discusses the internal and external pressures that may trigger organisational changes and explores the four stages of the organisational change process.
INSEAD Working Paper, Feb 2009
"A look at Russian history and capitalism"
This article reflects on the history of Russia, focusing on the country's late-20th and early-21st-century development as the Russian Federation.
Organizational Dynamics, Jul 2008
"A review of leadership coaching"
This working paper presents a review of leadership coaching, including the different forms of coaching, goals and what makes it work.
INSEAD Working Paper, Mar 2004
"Creating healthy work places for the new millennium"
This article raises questions about the well-functioning individual, the motivational need systems that drive people, and the conditions that make for healthy organisations.
Human Relations, Jan 2001
"Creating authentizotic organisations"
This article is a rejoinder to the critique by Robert Golembiewski of the authors' article Transforming the Mind-Set of the Organization: A Clinical Perspective, in which the processes of individual and organizational change and the resemblance between them are explored.
Academy of Management, Jan 1999
"Unraveling the processes of change"
In this paper, the processes of individual and organisational change—their characteristics and dynamics—are explored, and resemblances between personal and organizational change are highlighted.
Administration & Society, Jan 1999