Research

Creating disruption and transforming behavior

Our research focuses on investigating the issues that affect leaders and organizations today, as well as anticipating preparation necessary for the future. We work closely with our clients, partners, and students to conduct innovative research that informs and improves the practice of management and teaching globally.

By grounding our research in the everyday practices of leaders, we ensure that our research has relevance and value both for current and future organizations and leaders.

For more information about Hult's research challenges: Transforming Behavior and Creating Disruption

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Faculty

More than just academics, our internationally-sourced faculty are practitioners who teach from real-world experience. Our professors have been everything from entrepreneurs to CFOs, consultants, directors, and vice presidents at leading global companies.

Ashridge research centers

The Ashridge research centers work with clients, practitioners and professionals to develop expertise that underpins our programs and is disseminated through our publications. Ashridge has six research centers, each of which focuses on a specialist area of research or practice.

Research publications

Dark side
Dark side


The Dark and Bright Side of Leadership  

By Dr. Nadine Page, Dr. Sabine Bergner, Stefan Wills  

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Speaking truth to power
Speaking truth to power


Speaking Truth to Power
By Megan Reitz and John Higgins

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Mindfulness
Mindfulness


The Mindful Leader: Research Findings
By Megan Reitz, Michael Chaskalson, Sharon Olivier, Lee Waller 

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Sleep
Sleep


The Wake up Call
By Dr. Vicki Culpin and Ayiesha Russell

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Research office

The Ashridge Research Office is run by experienced, professional researchers. The research team works in partnership with a network of Research Fellows and Associates. Each of our researchers is broadly aligned to one of the six Ashridge Research Centers, offering advice and guidance in their specialist research areas.