Corporate Social Responsibility and Corporate Social justice

Team IIBP Anveshan, Business Psychology, Corporate Social Responsibility, Issue 12, Organizational Culture, Social justice

Corporate social responsibility is a self-regulatory check for businesses to be socially accountable to their local and global community, customers, and stakeholders. It is based on the concept that businesses have a responsibility to do good. There are four main types of CSR activities; Environmental Responsibility: Research has found that just 100 companies are responsible for more than 70% of …

The Gig economy & Group dynamics

Team IIBP Anveshan, Business Psychology, Employee Engagement, Employee Selection, General Psychology, Organizational Culture, Talent Management, Team Effectiveness

The Gig Economy has been placed on number #4 on the Society of Industrial &  Organizational Psychology’s (SIOP) Top 10 Workplace Trends. Internet, the sophistication of digital tools, shift in the nature of career aspirations, values, etc. of the Millennials & Gen Z, people not being bound by geographic locations are some factors leading to this boom of the gig …

Fostering an Open Culture for Team Effectiveness

Team IIBP Anveshan, Business Psychology, Employee Engagement, Issue 13, Leaderhsip Development, Organizational Culture, Organizational Development, Team Effectiveness

Openness, Trust & Psychological Safety Openness is at the core of the concept of psychological safety. This concept was spoken about by Harvard’s Amy Edmondson in a 1999 journal article where she spoke of it in context to team learning and performance. She defined it as an absence of interpersonal fear and where people can speak up about work-related topics …

Person right for the job but is the Person right for the Organization?

Team IIBP Anveshan, Business Psychology, Employee Selection, Issue 12, Organizational Culture, Organizational Development

Person job fit is a requirement is what most of the organizations look for when requiting but if we are looking at long term goals person-organization fit becomes an important aspect in the matrix The most crucial question in P-O fit is how employees and organisations choose each other, why they continue to work together, and how compatibility affects that …

Implications for Nudge Theory for Organizations

Team IIBP Anveshan, General Psychology, Mental Health, Organizational Culture, — Issue 10

In today’s rapidly changing world, change is the only constant. And changes on the outside demand for change on the inside, from within – organizations and individuals. This implies that organizations aiming to thrive in the VUCA world are persistently looking for ways to bring about positive, desirable changes. There is definitely no dearth of tools, techniques and interventions to ...

Women at Work: To be liked or to succeed?

Team IIBP Anveshan, Issue 6, Organizational Culture

The conversation around the experience of women in the workplace is not new. From being confined to the household walls to the rise of female-led companies, we have come a long way (and still have a long way to go ahead!). Despite the much-needed increase in representation, women are still a minority in most workplaces and face many challenges on …

The importance of work-hobby balance

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A recent study by researchers from Sheffield University & ESSEC Business School, attempted to understand the notion of qwork-hobby balance by ficusing on the theory of Conservation of Resources (CoR). The study investigates whether time spent on leisure activities affects career sustainability and whether it depeletes or generates resources. Two major factors affect the impact of leisure activities; 1) the ...