Monthly Archives: June 2014

Learned Helplessness – S14.2

Gary Gemmill and Judith Oakley (Human Relations, 1992, 45(2): 113-129) observe that, in discussions of leadership, very little effort is put into identifying its purpose or articulating exactly what problems it is meant to solve. Following Warren Bennis, they suggest … Continue reading

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Knowledge Hiding – S14.1

In an article in the Journal of Organizational Behavior (2012, 33(1): 64-88), Catherine Connelly et al. report on an investigation of knowledge hiding in organizations. They define this phenomenon as the intentional attempt to withhold or conceal knowledge that has … Continue reading

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