How can we build fast, flexible, and creative teams which challenge embedded work cultures? Martin Danoesastro explains.
In a Nutshell: Issue 83
There is growing recognition among employers that a positive ethical culture is not only good for an organisation’s reputation, but can also boost performance. These authors outline ways in which organisations can weave ethics into their daily operations.
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Louisa Baczor, Research Adviser
Louisa joined the CIPD in February 2015 as a Research Associate, responsible for supporting work on developing the people management profession for the future. She gained experience studying the changing nature of the HR function during a Master’s at the University of Bath, with a research project on perceptions of the trustworthiness of HR. Louisa has an undergraduate degree in Psychology.
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