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  • Social identity and the recognition of creativity in groups 

    Adarves-Yorno, Inmaculada; Postmes, Tom; Haslam, S. Alexander (British Psychological Society, 2006-09)
    This paper develops an analysis of creativity that is informed by the social identity approach. Two studies are reported that support this analysis. Study 1 (N=73) manipulated social identity salience and the content of ...
  • 'Star Wars’: managers & MBAs in the corporate snakepit 

    Walton, Michael (Association of MBAs, 2009-07)
    This article is a reminder that managing organisational politics remains an essential management skill. It highlights several ways in which a manager can tune-into the political and power dynamics of organisations. Aimed ...
  • A touch of the ODs: watch out for the ‘organisational dementors’! 

    Walton, Michael (Association of MBAs, 2010-01)
    Leaders and consultants are vulnerable to their work being misrepresented and ‘used’ by others to further personal agendas. Illustrated by personal consulting xperiences, this paper serves as a reminder of just how susceptible ...
  • Trends and perspectives in management and leadership 

    Bolden, Richard (Association of MBAs, 2007-04)
    In this article I review recent trends in management and leadership development in the UK, arguing that much of the current growth is driven by financial, political and market pressures, to the relative neglect of philosophical ...
  • When group members admit to being conformist: the role of relative intragroup status in conformity self-reports 

    Jetten, Jolanda; Hornsey, Matthew J.; Adarves-Yorno, Inmaculada (Sage, 2006)
    Five studies examined the hypothesis that people will strategically portray the self as being more group influenced the more junior they feel within the group. Among social psychologists (Study 1), ratings of self-conformity ...