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The Atlantic: The psychological benefits of commuting to work

A study on benefits of commuting co-authored by Dr Jochen Menges, University Lecturer in Organisational Behaviour, quoted in The Atlantic. The study found that “workers who engaged in “role-clarifying prospection” during their morning commute - deliberately thinking about plans for…

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Fast Company: Don’t make these four mistakes when managing newly remote teams

Jennifer Howard-Grenville, Diageo Professor in Organisation Studies at Cambridge Judge Business School, comments on managing remote teams. She suggests “calling out culture while working remotely to acknowledge when aspects of your unique culture are on display in order to reevaluate…

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Organisational Behaviour Happy Hour

This event is an opportunity to network with CJBS faculty and to ask questions on the latest research on team dynamics, leadership, decision-making and behavioural trends and how it can help your organisation handle key challenges such as the need…

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Looking after workers

Companies need to revisit their values and identify their top cultural challenges in ensuring employee wellbeing in the post-coronavirus world, says an article in MIT Sloan Management Review co-authored by Dr Thomas Roulet of Cambridge Judge Business School. The COVID-19…

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Marketplace: Can company culture survive Zoom?

Jennifer Howard-Grenville, Diageo Professor of Organisational Studies at Cambridge University Business School, comments on organisational culture during coronavirus pandemic. She says ‘the importance of intention should be one of the most valuable lessons about company culture to come out of…

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Rite of passage

Organisations can learn from anthropology in using the pandemic as a "liminal" experience or time of trial, says Harvard Business Review article co-authored by Professor Jennifer Howard-Grenville. Organisations can learn from cultural anthropology in using the coronavirus pandemic as a…

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Harvard Business Review: How has the past year changed you and your organisation?

Organisations can learn from anthropology in using the pandemic as a ‘liminal’ experience or time of trial, says Harvard Business Review article co-authored by Professor Jennifer Howard-Grenville of Cambridge Judge Business School. “The pandemic’s social and economic toll will be…

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HR Daily Advisor: How finding the right culture match has changed in our remote world

Jennifer Howard-Grenville, Diageo Professor in Organisation Studies at Cambridge Judge Business School, comments on organisational culture in HR Daily Advisor. “Culture is the holistic and somewhat mysterious force that guides actions and interactions in the workplace,” she says. Read the…

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Andreas Richter shares insights on leadership in challenging times

As the COVID-19 emergency continues, our faculty keeps finding innovative ways to make a difference and to share their knowledge with those who might need it to become more resilient in an unpredictable world. Dr Andreas Richter, Reader in Organisational…

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Andreas Richter.

Forbes: How visionary leadership can get us through the end of the tunnel

Dr Thomas Roulet, Senior Lecturer in Organisation Theory and Deputy Director of the MBA programme at Cambridge Judge, writes on how leadership help organisations get through the pandemic. “The end of this crisis is hopefully in sight,” he says. “Leaders…

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