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Cambridge Independent: ‘Zoom could be the MySpace not the Facebook of history’, says Cambridge Judge senior faculty

Dr Chris Coleridge, Senior Faculty in Management Practice at Cambridge Judge Business School, comments on remote working and collaboration through Zoom. “Working from home gives some people a greater sense of reality or sense of control over how they organise…

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Confronting racism

Synopsis of study co-authored by Dr Kamal Munir of Cambridge Judge Business School cited by Forbes magazine as one of five 'must-read' articles for business leaders in confronting racism. Dr Kamal Munir The synopsis of a study co-authored by Kamal…

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Forbes: Confronting Racism: Five must-read articles for every business leader

Synopsis of a study co-authored by Dr Kamal Munir, Reader in Strategy & Policy at Cambridge Judge Business School, is featured in Forbes as one of five “must-read” articles for every business leader in confronting racism. The study authors “highlight…

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ITV: University research calls for employers to cut hours, not jobs

Companies should cut working hours instead of jobs in order to boost the economy and people’s mental health says research by the Centre for Business Research (CBR) at Cambridge Judge Business School. The study found that reducing hours for all…

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Financial Times: The executive education courses teaching how to beat burnout

Dr Jochen Menges, Lecturer in Organisational Behaviour at Cambridge Judge Business School, comments on the problem of burnout in the workplace. “Burnout is so central to work in the 21st century that it must be in the standard curriculum,” he…

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Mirror: Brits ‘should be allowed to volunteer to be infected with coronavirus’

A new working paper by Dr Chris Hope Emeritus Reader in Policy Modelling at Cambridge Judge Business School, suggests an alternative that could be offered to social distancing measures under the current coronavirus lockdown - ‘a voluntary exposure.’ Dr Hope…

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Soldo: To thrive remotely, leaders need resilience

An interview with Dr Kishore Sengupta, Reader in Operations Management at Cambridge Judge Business School on how working remotely, leadership and resilience. “Leaders, more than anyone, must dig deep into their own reserves of resilience and discover a little more…

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Voluntary exposure

An alternative idea to social distancing from policy modeller Dr Chris Hope. A new working paper by Dr Chris Hope, Emeritus Reader in Policy Modelling at Cambridge Judge Business School, suggests an alternative that could be offered to social distancing…

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People Management: Working from home could deny employees commuting benefits

Further coverage on a study co-authored by Dr Jochen Menges, University Lecturer in Organisational Behaviour at Cambridge Judge Business School. The study looked at the impact commuting has to people’s productivity at work and found that lack of commuting to…

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Le Monde: Coronavirus: “Who would have thought that discussions about the coffee machine would be missed so much”

Dr Thomas Roulet, University Senior Lecturer in Organisation Theory at Cambridge Judge Business School, writes about how teleworking forces management to redouble its psychological and sociological attention to employees in the time of pandemic. Read the full article [lemonde.fr]…

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