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Beyond Uberisation

Technology is now entwined with work and society, so the study of organisations needs to move beyond a narrow view of tech as a mere tool for managerial efficiency, says a new journal article co-authored by Dr Stella Pachidi of…

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Forbes: Workplace equality improves when women mentor men

A study on gender diversity in organisations co-authored by PhD student Shi Tang and the late Professor Sucheta Nadkarni of Cambridge Judge Business School featured in Forbes. “In sum, the equal infusion of men’s and women’s social-role proclivities in top…

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Harvard Business Review: ESG impact is hard to measure – but it’s not impossible

Jennifer Howard-Grenville, Diageo Professor in Organisation Studies at Cambridge Judge Business School, writes about better measurement of environmental, social and governance issues. “Robust ESG and impact measures can help us keep score, and, when necessary, make course corrections. Ultimately, however,…

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Lessons from Fair Trade Organisations

Dr Bob Doherty and Dr Helen Haugh share relevant insights for businesses, policy makers and civil society organisations from their latest research project on Fair Trade Organisations.…

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Dr Kamal Munir moderating EGOS panel on inequality in organisations

Dr Kamal Munir, Academic Director of the Centre for Strategic Philanthropy, will be moderating a sub-plenary at the Annual Meeting of the European Group of Organization Studies. The topic of the panel is 'Where is Inequality in Organization Studies?' Dr…

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Stanford Social Innovation Review: Researchers explain how international NGOs pursue advocacy in the face of government opposition

A research paper co-authored at Cambridge Judge Business School reconstructs how an international children’s rights organisation worked in Indonesia to disrupt highly institutionalised child marriage. The paper by Dr Laura Claus and Professor Paul Tracey examines how NGOs navigate such…

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Highly institutionalised myths

Inequality has emerged as one of the grand challenges for societies. It is often explained in terms of the intrinsic dynamics of capitalism or government policy. A new paper co-authored at Cambridge Judge Business School argues that the role of…

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Learning to lead

As more and more is demanded of leaders in a complex and unpredictable world, what should you bear in mind as you develop your own leadership style? We asked a member of faculty, an alumnus, an MBA candidate and a…

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Strategy+Business: How to create happier employees

Dr Jochen Menges, University Lecturer in Organisational Behaviour at Cambridge Judge Business School, discusses well-being initiatives in companies and how they can be improved. Such initiatives are a good start, Jochen says, but often they don’t make a huge difference:…

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Inverse: Don’t get along with your new boss? Here’s the most likely reason why

CEOS often implement inefficient office cultures by relying too much on their past experiences, according to a study co-authored by Dr Yeun Joon Kim, University Senior Lecturer in Organisational Behaviour at Cambridge Judge Business School. “This is actually really prevalent.…

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