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Financial Times: Quiet quitting – What managers can do

A study by Thomas Roulet, Associate Professor in Organisation Theory at Cambridge Judge Business School, is featured in the Financial Times Business School newsletter. Dealing with a lack of engagement in the workplace is a common problem. Thomas Roulet proposes…

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Cambridge Network: Cambridge Judge Business School seeks project proposals from local companies for Management Studies Tripos (MST) Project

The Management Studies Tripos (MST) Project at Cambridge Judge Business School is welcoming proposals from companies who are considering a new venture, developing a new product, treatment or technology, expanding into a new market, or would like assistance in developing…

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Quiet quitting: what managers can do

'Quiet quitting' is not a novel concept and there are clear ways to combat it, Thomas Roulet of Cambridge Judge Business School says in MIT Sloan Management Review. Dr Thomas Roulet The in-vogue term 'quiet quitting' is not a new…

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Forbes: Three leadership and entrepreneurial lessons from the crypto crash

Thomas Roulet, Associate Professor in Organisation Theory and Deputy director of the MBA at Cambridge Judge Business School, tells us what lessons can be learned from the crypto crash: “Despite the downturn, many still believe in the potential of the…

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How can organisations adopt fit-for-purpose cultures?

Organisations should follow a four-stage model for creating functional cultures that includes analysing different environmental changes, says a study co-authored at Cambridge Judge. Dr Yeun Joon Kim The consequences of organisational culture have been extensively studied in management journals, but…

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How can organisations adopt fit-for-purpose cultures?

Cambridge study finds executive pay will be affected by climate change

A more holistic approach will be developed to link executive pay to climate-change metrics across the supply chain, says a new study by Dr Robert Ritz of Cambridge Judge Business School. A central challenge in designing executive-pay plans linked to…

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Cambridge study finds executive pay will be affected by climate change.

How aligned is your business partnership?

Companies feel betrayed when a business partner Just Isn’t That Into You (in the same way), says a new study co-authored by Paul Tracey of Cambridge Judge Business School. Suppose you meet a romantic partner whose identity, orientation and values…

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How aligned is your business partnership?

Who won at the Cambridge Independent Science and Technology Awards?

Several firms connected to Cambridge Judge Business School are honoured at the Cambridge Independent Science and Technology Awards. Bruno Cotta The Cambridge Independent Science and Technology Awards 2021-22 honoured several firms connected with Cambridge Judge Business School at a ceremony on 11…

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Find out who won at the Cambridge Independent Science and Technology Awards.

The New York Times: Globalisation isn’t over. It’s changing.

Peter Williamson, Honorary Professor of International Management at Cambridge Judge Business School, is cited in an article in The New York Times that says the idea of "deglobalisation" may be fashionable but it is incorrect -- as deglobalisation is merely…

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Formal and informal roles

Informal roles in top management teams can complement the formal structure but also cause conflict, says new review study co-authored by Professor Yasemin Kor of Cambridge Judge Business School. There has been abundant academic research on the formal role of…

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Formal and informal roles in management teams.

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