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Cambridge General Management Programme information session, Online

12:00 - 12:45

Are you highly motivated and ambitious?

Are you successful in your specialist function and thinking about your next move?

Are you in a transition period and looking for an educational experience to support you?

Are you wishing to sharpen your appreciation of strategic issues in a global marketplace?

If any of the above sounds like you, then the Cambridge General Management Programme offers a unique learning experience that will provide you with an understanding of the concepts and fundamental principles in key management disciplines, and importantly, how to apply them to improve decision-making within your organisation.

Join Claire Wright and Elizabeth McDonald – part of the Business Development team – for a live (online) conversation discussing this programme.

As well as an overview of the topics, benefits, who should attend and what to expect, they will give more information on some of the contributing faculty and answer any questions you may have.

Sign up to this online session via the form below to find out how you can benefit from the Cambridge General Management Programme and the executive learning experience at Cambridge Judge Business School.


Webinar – The Implications of Remote and Hybrid Working on Collaboration

12:30 - 13:30

Dr Thomas Roulet, Cambridge Judge Business School

The generalised shift to remote work due to the COVID pandemic, and the progressive elaboration of hybrid mode of working, has had strong impact on the way we interact with co-workers, manage and lead organisations. Teams are distributed across locations, workers are disconnected, organisational culture is diluting itself, and we struggle “to take the pulse” of our co-workers.

Unpacking the consequences of this new mode of work requires to think about the implications of collaborating virtually, from an interaction and from a psychological point of view. This new situation requires additional efforts from managers. Finally, as we consider how to move forward with the hybrid organisation of the office, we need to think about how those challenges in remote working impact the way we think and refine our model of work and collaboration.

In this webinar, Dr Roulet will first explore how our work pattern changed, and the managerial challenges associated with this situation and what leaders can do to deal with remote and hybrid teams, ultimately looking at how it informs the transition to hybrid work.