Cambridge Judge Business School Discussions on Organisational Behaviour

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Created: 2010-06-08 17:22
Institution: Judge Business School
Description: Cutting-edge expert commentary, analysis and business insights on the HR and organisational issues of the day from Cambridge Judge Business School's global faculty, associates and guest speakers.
 

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A bitter pill to swallow

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More and more companies are being forced to make redundancies as the downturn deepens. Whilst the outcome of downsizing is rarely seen as good, it can still be a success if the...

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Created: Tue 15 Jun 2010


A walk on the dark side

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Professor Martin Kilduff and Dr Jochen Menges say their studies into the self-serving benefits of Emotional Intelligence has revealed a little understood 'dark side' that requires...

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Created: Wed 5 Jan 2011


Amazon rowers to brave hostage takers, uninhabited jungle and waterborne parasites

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"The boat could be regarded as a bright yellow cash machine floating past." Mark de Rond puts kidnap and being taken hostage above fast-flowing debris and waterborne parasites as...

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Created: Thu 15 Aug 2013


Are virtual teams the future?

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As we enter a more remote, more atomised working future Dr Jonathan Trevor says it offers new opportunities.

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Created: Fri 11 Jun 2010


Back to the good old days

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Loosely coupled networks, like those used in medieval Britain and 14th century Tuscany, are increasingly being adopted by leading modern companies.

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Created: Tue 12 Apr 2011


Breaking with tradition

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Dr Jonathan Trevor argues that we will see a move away from large scale public sector organisations which are the providers of professional services to public services...

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Created: Tue 14 Dec 2010


Building bridges: what is best practice for structuring executive remuneration?

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Is it shaped by social imperatives or should it be held as an economic negotiation? Dr Jonathan Trevor discusses this contentious issue, calling for an increase in transparency...

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Created: Tue 15 Jun 2010


Cambridge Business Breakthrough Series targets major issues

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A mix of half-day practical and virtual sessions form the backbone of Executive Education’s new Cambridge Business Breakthrough Series, which aims to address challenging business...

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Created: Tue 9 Apr 2013


Can pay be strategic?

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Dr Jonathan Trevor explores the challenges of implementing systems that generate desirable behaviour and attract and retain talent.

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Created: Tue 11 Jan 2011


Can UK law firms survive the storm?

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Law firms are facing dramatic changes in the legal services sector as it navigates through a 'near perfect storm'. Challenges are being thrown up by the economic downturn fuelled...

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Created: Thu 21 Feb 2013


Conflict in the workplace

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Dr Jonathan Trevor is calling for a new approach to reward policy. Organisations, he says, are really struggling with the issue of performance and relative reward. It is leading...

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Created: Tue 14 Aug 2012


Don't worry be happy!

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Morale in a workforce can impact productivity by between 10 and 20 per cent according to Dr Ben Hardy, who has just completed a four-year study into the subject.

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Created: Tue 10 May 2011


Fighting boredom

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One of the greatest risks to team stability, explains Dr Mark de Rond, recently returned from fieldwork with the high-performance surgical teams at Britain's Camp Bastion military...

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Created: Wed 11 Apr 2012


Getting creative

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Fresh research by Dr Andreas Richter into creative self-efficacy and creativity in teams has thrown new light onto an area overlooked in previous studies. Prior research noted...

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Created: Tue 7 Aug 2012


Human capital risk

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We think of effective human resource management (HRM) as the means to value creation, organisational performance and competitive advantage, however, we understand much less well...

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Institution: Judge Business School

Created: Tue 15 Jun 2010


Let's have less pride, and more shame, in the workplace

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Let's have less pride, and more shame, in the workplace: In the current climate, where business has almost become an ethics-free zone, Dr Stiles talks about his new research which...

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Created: Tue 15 Jun 2010


Management is not a profession

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There is no definable body of knowledge that constitutes the skills of management says Dr Richard Barker, a former Director of the Cambridge MBA. It has no professional body...

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Institution: Judge Business School

Created: Tue 17 Aug 2010


Managing the leaders

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In these credit crunch times, organisations need to be able to act smarter and effectively do more with the less. Highly motivated and talented people will therefore be at a...

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Created: Tue 15 Jun 2010


Neuro-databases

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The 'software of the mind' - Professor Hofstede explains why cultures with long term perspectives succeed

Collection: Cambridge Judge Business School Discussions on Organisational Behaviour

Institution: Judge Business School

Created: Tue 27 Jul 2010


Pay management requires a 21st century shake-up

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According to Dr Jonathan Trevor it's time to revisit the management of pay. Instead of using it to leverage value, it should be approached as a risk with the primary focus on...

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Created: Fri 24 May 2013


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