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December 13, 2020

Why Organizational Safety Matters in Times of Crisis

High performing teams in healthcare services were admitting and discussing their errors and failures. Those teams felt safe in their organization to talk about them because they could learn and improve processes management and organizational performance. Managers don't have to expect results to be stable or always grow in a positive direction. Ups and downs can be a course correction or a change in path. Observing and measuring a team's behavior is essential. Healthcare professionals will focus on building the right processes, sharing problems with an open dialogue without fear, not just monitoring indexes.

Filipa Breia Fonseca

Filipa Breia Fonseca

Faculty and Researcher at Nova SBE

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Strategic alliance research in the era of digital transformation: perspectives on future research

The emerging digital transformation in the twenty-first century is rapidly and significantly changing the business landscape. The fast-changing activities, expectations and new modes of collaboration suggest it is time to review the current theoretical insights from strategic alliance (SA) research, which are based on assumptions from a different era. This paper stimulates multidisciplinary debate and theoretical reflections to better understand emerging paradoxes and challenges that contemporary firms face in the formation, evolution and dissolution of strategic alliances.

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Management
Research insight
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Conveyed Leader PsyCap Predicting Leader Effectiveness Through Positive Energizing

Whereas past research on psychological capital (PsyCap) has tended to focus on how one’s self-attributed PsyCap affects one’s work behaviors, we extend this literature by examining the concept of conveyed PsyCap and its downstream consequences, above and beyond the influence of self-attributed PsyCap.

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Opinion Article
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From the conference room to Zoom: the future of remote working

Telecommuting, or remote working, has been frowned upon by employers for many years, who feared unsupervised workers would be much less efficient. However, developments in teleconference and telework technology and, most importantly, the constraints imposed by the coronavirus outbreak have brought forward a great increase in the remote workers count and key takeaways.

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