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Harvard Business Review: A subordinate’s criticism makes you more creative

A study co-authored by Dr Yeun Joon Kim, University Senor Lecturer in Organisational Behaviour at Cambridge Judge, on “bottom-up” criticism is featured in HBR’s just-published March-April 2020 print edition and online. The study found that managers who are critiqued by…

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Financial Times: Filthy colleagues are here to stay, in even the best offices

Dr Thomas Roulet, University Senior Lecturer in Organisation Theory, comments on the topic of filthy colleagues in the office: “People can be incredibly confused by the boundary between work and personal life, and this boundary is made more porous by…

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Voice America: Emotional health at work

Dr Jochen Menges, University Lecturer in Organisational Behaviour at Cambridge Judge Business School, was a guest speaker at Wanda Wallace’s “Out of the Comfort Zone” podcast to talk about well-being at the workplace, corporate mindfulness programmes and what leaders should…

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Harvard Business Review: Will the 4-day workweek take hold in Europe?

Dr Thomas Roulet, Senior Lecturer in Organisation Theory at Cambridge Judge Business School, co-authored an article in Harvard Business Review on the four-day working week. The article says the idea of a four-day workweek “should be tested to see if…

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Arcadis: Re-imagining work

The podcast looks at how the way we work is changing and what the future might look like. Dr Jochen Menges, University Lecturer in Organisational Behaviour at Cambridge Judge Business School, says there is a risk that people might be…

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The Washington Post: Busting three modern myths of diversity in the workplace

Dr Thomas Roulet, University Senior Lecturer in Organisation Theory & Information Systems at Cambridge Judge Business School, co-authors an article about diversity in the workplace that looks at three modern myths – diversity is always visible, diversity equals inclusion, and…

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Spear’s Magazine: Annamaria Koerling: How to walk the tightrope between risk and reward

In an article about risk and reward, Annamaria Koerling, Managing Partner at Owl Private Office, writes about meeting Cambridge Judge Business School’s Professor Sucheta Nadkarni, who discussed equipping young people with the skills and strategies to thrive and progress in…

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Science Blog: To keep the creative juices flowing, people should be receptive to criticism

A lot of companies today embrace a culture of criticism, in which supervisors and peers dispense negative feedback that can stunt the creative process, according to a new study co-authored by Yeun Joon Kim, who will soon join the Cambridge…

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Learning from workplace failure

Employees can learn from failure if their teams offer psychological safety and provide informational resources, says study co-authored by Dr Andreas Richter of Cambridge Judge Business School. Perhaps all employees, at some point, fail in ways large and small –…

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People Management: Are your staff too skilled for their jobs?

In the article Dr Thomas Roulet, University Senior Lecturer in Organisation Theory at Cambridge Judge Business School, comments on over-skilled workers: “Organisations could consider reserving parts of the week for employees to work autonomously on projects of their own, in…

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