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Cambridge Judge ranked #1 in business and management research framework by Times Higher Education

Cambridge Judge Business School’s global reputation in business and management studies is recognised in the UK’s Research Excellence Framework (REF) 2021. The results from the latest Research Excellence Framework (REF) in the UK announced today (12 May) highlight the global…

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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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Unlocking philanthropic capital in developing regions

Centre for Strategic Philanthropy at Cambridge Judge Business School announces philanthropic research framework for global growth markets.  A new report by the Centre for Strategic Philanthropy at the Cambridge Judge Business School brings together findings from more than 40 philanthropists…

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Futuristic concept of global suitable for world financial technology.

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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Mirage News: ‘Threatening’ faces and beefy bodies do not bias criminal suspect identification, study finds

A detailed new study of identifying criminal suspects finds, to the authors’ surprise, no bias toward selecting people with threatening facial characteristics or muscular bodies. The study does find, however, that suspects with highly muscled, “threatening” bodies are most accurately…

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New York Times: Globalisation is over. The global culture wars have begun

A quarter-century ago, globalisation was a political, social and moral process. However, as scholars Mauro F. Guillén (Dean of Cambridge Judge Business School), Heather Berry and Arun S. Hendi reported in a study of international convergence, “Over the last half…

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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.

Associated Press: LocoSoco Group Plc Agrees Partnership with Peoples Plastic Republic, SEM, Fastr Property and BizLending

LocoSoco, a company that has worked with a team of MBA students at Cambridge Judge Business School as part of their Cambridge Venture Project (CVP), announces new partnership agreements with 4 companies to bring the future of waste conversion technologies…

Read more Cold and wet hits US states harder in some sectors

A new study co-authored by Kamiar Mohaddes, Associate Professor in Economics & Policy at Cambridge Judge Business School, breaks new ground by looking at environmental impact over five decades on 10 different economic sectors in 48 contiguous U.S. states. "The…

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