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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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Why does remote working lead to unproductive meetings?

Remote working has resulted in more meetings of lower quality, harming productivity, says study by Cambridge Judge Business School and the Vitality Research Institute published in MIT Sloan Management Review. We've all known the feeling since lockdowns began in 2020:…

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Why does remote working lead to unproductive meetings?

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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Philanthropy in the arts world

The roles of 'respectability' (age and recognition) and 'reputability' (artistic merit and celebrity) are very different in driving philanthropic donation to cultural organisations, finds new study co-authored by Dr Thomas Roulet of Cambridge Judge Business School. Within the worlds of…

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Philanthropy in the arts world: ancient statue.

Bored Panda: 40 hard-to-believe facts shared by the “Unbelievable Facts” Facebook page

Thomas Roulet, Associate Professor in Organisation Theory at Cambridge Judge Business School, explains that conspiracy theories are first and foremost collective narrative and so, “they make people feel part of a group.” According to him, “they are not necessarily trying…

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Entrepreneurship Q&A

Owner-manager firms are much better because one’s own money is at stake, advertising head Sir Martin Sorrell tells students at an event organised by the King’s Entrepreneurship Lab led by Dr Kamiar Mohaddes and Dr Thomas Roulet of Cambridge Judge…

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Sir Martin Sorrell.

We Are Tech Women: How tech companies can promote women’s mental health

According to a study co-authored by Thomas Roulet, Associate Professor in Organisation Theory and Deputy Director of the MBA Porgramme at Cambridge Judge Business School, mentoring programs can help reduce anxiety. Read the full article [Wearetechwomen.com]…

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Cultivating luck

Three steps can help people make the most of serendipity to advance their careers and fulfilment, says a new Harvard Business Review article co-authored by Thomas Roulet of Cambridge Judge Business School. Three key steps – keep an open mind,…

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Cartoon of a man spinning a colourful wheel of fortune.

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