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Financial Times: Business School Briefing: well-behaved meetings, MBA startup funds, creativity

FT’s business education correspondent Jonathan Moules recommends a piece in Forbes on “how working from home can affect the ethics of employee decision making” by Cambridge Judge Business School Professor Sunita Sah. “We can all make good and bad decisions,…

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Entrepreneurial law

James Goodnow, a student on the Master of Studies in Entrepreneurship programme at Cambridge Judge, says the legal industry needs to take innovation seriously or get left behind. James Goodnow James Goodnow believes that the legal industry is loath to…

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Forbes: Why working from home might promote more ethical decisions

Sunita Sah, KPMG Professor of Management Studies at Cambridge Judge Business School, discusses why working from home might promote more ethical decisions. “Employers and employees have faced unprecedented challenges over the last year. Although it is not available to all,…

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The New York Times: How to keep internet trolls out of remote workplaces

Jennifer Howard-Grenville, Diageo Professor in Organisation Studies at Cambridge Judge Business School, comments on the importance of organisational culture in remote workplaces. “At the beginning of the pandemic, everyone patted themselves on their back, like: ‘Oh, look, productivity has not…

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Timely advice

Working from home saves commuting time but there are ways to use that extra time more wisely, says Harvard Business Review article co-authored by Dr Jochen Menges of Cambridge Judge. Millions of hours of commuting time are being saved by…

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