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Why flaws can pay: entrepreneurs need not seem perfect in seeking investors

Entrepreneurs who expose flaws like insecurity can boost investment by attracting investors with similar flaws, finds study co-authored by Dr Jochen Menges of Cambridge Judge that won a top Academy of Management award. Dr Jochen Menges The stereotype of an…

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The Economist: Blasted are the dealmakers

A study co-authored by Geoff Meeks, Emeritus Professor of Financial Accounting at Cambridge Judge Business School, and J. Gay Meeks, Senior Research Associate in the Centre of Development Studies, University of Cambridge, is mentioned in this article about firms’ unwise…

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Yahoo Finance: Apple employees claim they’re doing ‘exceptional work’ remotely as Tim Cook orders them back. They’re probably wrong

A study co-authored by Thomas Roulet, Associate Professor in Organisation Theory at Cambridge Judge Business School, is mentioned in this article about Apple wanting its employees back in the office. The study found that remote work is leading to a…

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The Economist: Why employees want to work in vilified industries

A book by Thomas Roulet, Associate Professor in Organisation Theory at Cambridge Judge Business School, entitled “The Power of Being Divisive”, points out that employees of demonised firms are often proud to be on the payroll. A study by Thomas…

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The Conversation: The manipulation of Uber’s public image profoundly impacted the lives of taxi drivers

Kam Phung, Postdoctoral Research Fellow at Cambridge Judge Business School, co-authored this article regarding the manipulation of Uber’s public image. “In early July, the leak of 124,000 confidential files from Uber — known as the “Uber Files” — as part…

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Workplace Insight: Employees who practice mindfulness are more likely to think their job is stimulating

Study titled “It’s so boring – or is it? Examining the role of mindfulness for work performance and attitudes in monotonous jobs”, co-authored by Jochen Menges, Associate Professor in Organisational Behaviour at Cambridge Judge Business School, is mentioned in this…

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Mindfulness at work: why it matters

More mindful employees perceive their job as less boring and are less likely to quit, says a study co-authored by Jochen Menges of Cambridge Judge Business School. How mindfulness impacts quality of work Dr Jochen Menges In monotonous jobs, “mindful”…

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Monotonous tasks may be made easier using mindfulness.

Financial Times: The Lex Newsletter – Arm wrestle highlights struggle for UK tech

A report by David Connell, Senior Research Associate of the Centre for Business Research at Cambridge Judge, is mentioned in this article highlighting the struggle of UK tech. (subs) Read the full article []…

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ConSalud: Are healthy food messages and labels really effective?

A recent study co-authored by Cambridge Judge Business School has highlighted the limited impact that food messages that seek to improve our health have on consumers' purchasing decisions, article says. "The practical impacts of our findings are twofold: the results…

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An extraordinary achievement: 5 articles by Cambridge Judge faculty are published in latest ‘Academy of Management Journal’

Topics ranging from marginalisation to entrepreneurship are featured in the prestigious journal, reflecting the research excellence and breadth of Cambridge Judge Business School. Five different articles co-authored by four Cambridge Judge Business School professors are included in the latest issue…

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