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Fortune: Climbing the corporate ladder yields greater emotional benefits for men than women, study shows

A study co-authored by Jochen Menges, professor at the University of Zurich and at Cambridge Judge Business School, and titled "Gender and emotions at work: organisational rank has greater emotional benefits for men than women." is mentioned in this article…

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The Economist: The woolliest words in business

A study co-authored by Dr Yeun Joon Kim, Associate Professor in Organisational Behaviour at Cambridge Judge Business School, features in an Economist article about overused and anodyne business words such as “flexibility”, “purpose” and “collaboration”. (subs) Read the full article…

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The Wall Street Journal: Human behaviour is the other puzzle for climate-change modelling

Modelling social phenomena has much in common with modelling floods and heat waves, but it also poses new challenges, according to Andrew Coburn, chief executive of Risilience Ltd., the UK risk-analysis company spun out of Cambridge Judge Business School last…

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Forbes: Did remote working result in falling productivity during Covid?

How people should work after COVID-19 has been the subject of often heated debate between those who support remote working and those who want a return to the office, says this article mentioning a new study on remote working and…

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Phys: Remote working is ‘mixed bag’ for employee wellbeing and productivity, study finds

Adapting remote and hybrid work policies to employees’ specific work-life situations can result in increased well-being and productivity, but many employees are stuck in an increasing number of low-quality meetings when working remotely, says new study co-authored by Thomas Roulet,…

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Phys.org: Women are ‘running with leaded shoes’ when promoted at work, says study

Promotion at work has greater emotional benefit for men than women, says a new study on gender and workplace emotion co-authored by Jochen Menges, Associate Professor in Organisational Behaviour at Cambridge Judge Business School. The study notes that, while the…

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MIT Sloan Review: How shifts in remote behaviour affect employee wellbeing

Thomas Roulet, Associate Professor in Organisation Theory at Cambridge Judge Business School, has co-authored an article on how shifts in remote behaviour affect employee well-being. Working from home made many people feel more productive. There is, however, a cost to…

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The Telegraph: Does power really corrupt? Why genetics could be behind politicians repeating career-ending mistakes

Thomas Roulet, Associate Professor in Organisation Theory at Cambridge Judge Business School and author of The power of being divisive, is among experts who believe people pursuing power could be genetically influenced to either seek authority directly or exhibit the…

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The Economist: The case of managerial decency

Management entails some unpleasant conversations, none worse than telling employees that they have lost their jobs. A new study co-authored by Jochen Menges, Associate Professor in Organisational Behaviour at Cambridge Judge Business School, looks at how chief executives responded to…

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Happier employees – ‘wants’ in addition to ‘musts’

Employers should create 'passion opportunities' for workers to pursue their out-of-work interests ranging from cooking to travel, says Harvard Business Review article co-authored by Dr Jochen Menges of Cambridge Judge Business School. Dr Jochen Menges Employers who seek to retain…

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Surfing: example of employers creating 'passion opportunities' for workers to pursue their out-of-work interests.

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