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Harvard Business Review: Your career needs a little luck. Here’s how to cultivate it

Dr Thomas Roulet, Associate Professor in Organisation Theory and Deputy Director of the MBA Programme at Cambridge Judge Business School, co-authored an article discussing how progress with our careers. “While it’s good to have a clear vision for your future,…

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The Conversation: Nudges: four reasons to doubt popular technique to shape people’s behaviour

Magda Osman, Head of Research and Analysis at the Centre for Science and Policy, University of Cambridge, writes about nudging techniques and why sometimes they don’t work. “Throughout the pandemic, many governments have had to rely on people doing the…

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MIT Sloan Management Review: How hyperflexibility can benefit – or burn out – your team

Thomas Roulet, Associate Professor in Organisation Theory and Deputy Director of the MBA Programme at Cambridge Judge Business School, co-authored an article in MIT Sloan management review about flexible time off policies and why they might backfire. “The pandemic-driven shift…

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Flexibility backfiring

Employee 'hyperflexibility' can institutionalise burnout and cause inequity by shifting workload to colleagues who don’t take leave, says article in MIT Sloan Management Review co-authored by Dr Thomas Roulet of Cambridge Judge Business School. Dr Thomas Roulet Forced time off…

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BBC: Why some work environments breed toxic cultures

Dr Thomas Roulet, Associate Professor in Organisation Theory at Cambridge Judge Business School, comments on toxic environment in the workplace. “High-pressure contexts are more likely to lead to toxic workplaces as stress and anxiety trickle down the hierarchy,” Thomas says.…

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Forbes: Christmas party at work, online or in-person: A must for corporate morale and culture?

Dr Thomas Roulet, Associate Professor in Organisation Theory at Cambridge Judge Business School, discusses why it’s important to have a work Christmas party despite the coronavirus pandemic. “This time of the year, the Christmas party at work is approaching. The…

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Executive Courses: Executive Education courses in positive leadership

Companies want leaders with a human touch, prompting business schools to roll out courses that nurture social and emotional skills to promote wellbeing and boost diversity, writes Seb Murray in the article for Executive Courses. Some business schools have launched…

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Ending the stigma

Erin Hallett, Director of Alumni & External Engagement at Cambridge Judge Business School, is named a role model by the mental health action group InsideOut as a senior workplace leader championing mental health issues in the workplace. Erin Hallett, the…

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Fortune: Why more companies like Nike are closing their offices for a mental health break

Dr Thomas Roulet, University Senior Lecturer in Organisation Theory at Cambridge Judge Business School, comments on how companies can protect employee mental health by setting work-home boundaries. Thomas said employers “can require corporate workers to mark a clear end to…

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A more empathetic workplace

Kamal Munir of Cambridge Judge Business School talks about goals for his upcoming new role as Pro-Vice-Chancellor for University Community and Engagement at the University of Cambridge. In an interview for the University of Cambridge website, Kamal Munir outlines some of his…

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