What are conscious and spiritual ways of leadership? In this interview, David talks with David Wetton about conscious and spiritual leadership, what they are, why they go together, what the research says and a whole lot more.
Full podcast notes, links and more can be found at: https://www.oxford-review.com/spiritual-leadership-david-wetton/
In this episode David talks with author and consultant Keegan Luiters about his recently published book Team Up
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What is the difference between digital transformation and IT enabled organisational transformation, and does it matter anyway?
In this podcast David interviews a team of researchers who recently published the results of a series of studies looking at the differences between digital transformation and IT enabled organisational transformation.
They also explore the impact this different makes to organisations... and it is quite profound.
For full notes, references, researcher profiles and transcript go to: https://www.oxford-review.com/digital-transformation-difference/
How error and failure averse is your organisation? In this episode David talks with consultant and author of the book 'Under pressure: Diving deeper into human factors'
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Why scientific myths not only endure in public but also scientific minds infecting research with misleading counter-factual pseudo-research.
Asst. Professor Kare Letrud talks to David about a common such myth, the learning pyramid and how such myths become to believed even by other scientists.
To learn more go to: https://www.oxford-review.com/scientific-myths/
In this episode I have decided to switch things a bit and rather than interview another researcher, I thought I would get the view on pivots from an entrepreneur, business coach and investor to complement the interview I did with Regan Stevenson about entrepreneurial pivots.
The full transcript - links and notes and more can be found here: https://www.oxford-review.com/business-pivots/
Contrary to the common assumptions about employing overqualified people - that they will be bored, cause trouble and probably not stay around for long, it appears the research supports a much more positive set of outcomes in many cases.
In this podcast David interviews one of the researchers of a new paper that should cause people to re-evaluate the overqualified, Asst Prof. Hans Van Dijk.
The full transcript and notes etc can be seen here: https://www.oxford-review.com/overqualified-interview/
In this episode David interviews Dr. Ruby Campbell, author of Scientists in every boardroom: Harnessing the power of STEMM leaders in an irrational world. For episode full notes, a link to the book, transcript and more head over to:
In this episode David interviews Assistant Professor Regan Stevenson from the Kelley School of Business, Indiana School of Business about his research looking at entrepreneurial pivots. For full notes from the podcast go to https://www.oxford-review.com/entrepreneurial-pivots-research-interview/