Organisational behaviour

Amar Naik, Indian Institute of Management Lucknow

For blogger Amar, at the Indian Institute of Management Lucknow, the workload is increasing Read more

Lynne Hoey, IE Business School Global MBA +

One of the keys to conflict resolution is not to fight anyone else’s battles. IE blogger Lynne Hoey recently put lessons learned from her organisational behaviour class to the test Read more

Kishore Adiraju, MIP Politecnico di Milano

Before even taking his first exam Kishore believes that he has learned a very valuable lesson  Read more

Katie Sherning, Cranfield School of Management

Co-coaching, under the umbrella of personal and professional development, is for one blogger on the Cranfield MBA an important aspect of the development of leadership skills Read more

Andi Caruso, SDA Bocconi

An integral part of any MBA programme is team work which can present challenges when a group of disparate personalities have to learn to work together Read more

Karenina Loayza, MBA Cass Business School

To mark the end of the first section of the MBA, teams of students were assigned a company facing a challenge. Their brief was to examine strategy, organisational behaviour and accounting and come up with recommendations.  Read more

Wesley Cole, Cass Business School

As an undergraduate time was something to be squandered, but now studying for an EMBA and working full time, one MBA blogger understands the importance of time management Read more

Ashish Dongre, Indian Institute of Management Bangalore

The teaching faculty can have a far-reaching and lasting impact on the lives of students Read more

Barry Chien, Cheung Kong Graduate School of Business

Sometimes it’s a good idea to catch a breath of fresh air outside the classroom setting by moving into the real world. Our organisational behaviour class required us to interview someone who is in a position of interest to us. Read more

Wendi Li, Insead Singapore

When one thinks of business school, one imagines classes like finance, accounting, marketing, etc, but rarely do people pay any attention to organisational behaviour (OB). Read more

Aswini Anburajan, Judge Business School

Don’t throw the baby out with the bath water. This is a phrase from my organisational behaviour professor about re-shaping organisations and it’s how I feel about the new streams (groups of students that you take classes with) that will be assembled for Lent term.

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