Recycling: On core groups, workplace bullying as torture, and organizational cultures

From the archives of this blog, here are three previous articles of possible interest:

1. Do “core groups” reveal who is in charge and who is not? A Boston perspective, here (February 2009).

2. How do workplace bullying targets describe their experiences? It’s a form of psychological torture, according to an important study, summarized here (February 2009).

3. What kind of organizational culture do you have? For more on a framework that yields remarkable insights, go here (April 2009).

[Editor’s Note: In addition to maintaining a list of articles that have remained very popular on this blog — see the Popular and Notable Posts page — every month or so I’m going to be recycling relevant posts from more than a year ago. Hopefully they will be of interest to newer readers.]

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