Understanding what shapes the way organisations work
Business is about people. From the smallest enterprise to the largest corporation, organisations are created and designed by people to fulfil human objectives.
Organisational behaviour (OB) seeks to understand how we can best do this. The OB group aims to provide high impact scholarship and teaching, leading to a better understanding of human behaviour in organisations.
What we do
The research interests of our faculty and PhD students involve:
- Micro themes - the psychological principles that govern leadership, motivation, decision-making, negotiation and creativity.
- Meso factors - these focus on teamwork, group dynamics, organisational culture and personal identity.
- Macro themes - the sociological, cultural and institutional factors shaping organisational structures and systems, inter-organisational relationships and networks.
Our core research faculty
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Dr Gabrielle Adams
Dr Raina Brands
Prof Daniel Cable
Dr Daniel Effron
Dr Ena Inesi
Prof Lynda Gratton
Dr Selin Kesebir
Dr Gillian Ku
Dr Celia Moore
Prof Nigel Nicholson
Dr Margaret Ormiston
Prof Randall Peterson
Prof Madan Pillutla
Dr Aneeta Rattan
Dr Niro Sivanathan
Dr Xi Zou
For more information about Organisational Behaviour, contact Ana Almeida.
Organisational Behaviour events
London Business School hosts informative, exciting Organisational Behaviour events, including:
Find our about our PhD students and the PhD in Organisational Behaviour