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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.

Latest Episodes

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

"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 he and fellow rower Anton Wright get set to row the River Amazon without support.

12 MIN2013 AUG 15
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Amazon rowers to brave hostage takers, uninhabited jungle and waterborne parasites

Reward at work strategies for Cambridge summit

Dr Jonathan Trevor is to chair a major summit on what he calls the 'thorny and perennial issue' of reward at work. The day-long conference is being hosted jointly by Cambridge Judge Business School and America's WorldatWork, the association for HR professionals. Titled 'The Future of Reward: Strategies for a Hyper-competitive World', the summit aims to attract broad interest with a guest-speaker programme that includes policy-makers, practitioners and academics.

9 MIN2013 AUG 14
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Reward at work strategies for Cambridge summit

Pay management requires a 21st century shake-up

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 protecting value. In his paper 'From New Pay to the New, New Pay' Dr Trevor lays out some principles for consideration by the business and human resources communities. These include the suggestion that pay is an enabler not a driver and that it's like plumbing: it should matter only when it goes wrong.

9 MIN2013 MAY 24
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Pay management requires a 21st century shake-up

Cambridge Business Breakthrough Series targets major issues

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 issues. Among these issues, says Executive Education’s Cathy Butler, are innovation and creativity within an organisation, strategic performance management, organisational burn-out and strategic decision-making.

7 MIN2013 APR 9
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Cambridge Business Breakthrough Series targets major issues

Can UK law firms survive the storm?

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 by sophisticated demands around delivery and pricing, off-shoring and market liberalisation that allows non-lawyers to own legal businesses. In the future, Tim Bellis believes that law firms may need to alter their hiring policies in the future to reflect their approach to increasingly commoditised work-streams where the best and brightest are replaced by the plodders.

12 MIN2013 FEB 21
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Can UK law firms survive the storm?

Thinking research

"Getting Explicit about the Implicit", co-authored by Dr Jochen Menges of Cambridge Judge Business School, explores the unintentional, spontaneous and often unconscious 'implicit' measures that influence workplace behaviours.

10 MIN2012 DEC 12
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Thinking research

Conflict in the workplace

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 to underlying conflict in the workplace, which he warns is discreet but ever present.

10 MIN2012 AUG 14
Comments
Conflict in the workplace

Getting creative

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 significant but not consistently strong relationships between creative self-efficacy and individual creativity, but the latest findings indicate the link is very positive.

7 MIN2012 AUG 7
Comments
Getting creative

There is an I in team

Dr Mark de Rond looks at why it's so hard to get teams to realise their potential, how to enable people to work more effectively on teams and why there's conflict when a team's intentions are aligned. He questions whether that conflict is harmful or if it actually helps the team dynamic.

11 MIN2012 JUL 6
Comments
There is an I in team

Service with a smile

Research by Professor Martin Kilduff reveals that managers who help employees to deal with negative emotions feel their actions are 'extra-role behaviour' above-and-beyond their managerial duties. Employees, he says, do not expect any reciprocation, but managers on the other hand, expect personal commitment in return and that, Professor Kilduff warns, could lead to problems.

6 MIN2012 JUN 12
Comments
Service with a smile

Latest Episodes

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

"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 he and fellow rower Anton Wright get set to row the River Amazon without support.

12 MIN2013 AUG 15
Comments
Amazon rowers to brave hostage takers, uninhabited jungle and waterborne parasites

Reward at work strategies for Cambridge summit

Dr Jonathan Trevor is to chair a major summit on what he calls the 'thorny and perennial issue' of reward at work. The day-long conference is being hosted jointly by Cambridge Judge Business School and America's WorldatWork, the association for HR professionals. Titled 'The Future of Reward: Strategies for a Hyper-competitive World', the summit aims to attract broad interest with a guest-speaker programme that includes policy-makers, practitioners and academics.

9 MIN2013 AUG 14
Comments
Reward at work strategies for Cambridge summit

Pay management requires a 21st century shake-up

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 protecting value. In his paper 'From New Pay to the New, New Pay' Dr Trevor lays out some principles for consideration by the business and human resources communities. These include the suggestion that pay is an enabler not a driver and that it's like plumbing: it should matter only when it goes wrong.

9 MIN2013 MAY 24
Comments
Pay management requires a 21st century shake-up

Cambridge Business Breakthrough Series targets major issues

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 issues. Among these issues, says Executive Education’s Cathy Butler, are innovation and creativity within an organisation, strategic performance management, organisational burn-out and strategic decision-making.

7 MIN2013 APR 9
Comments
Cambridge Business Breakthrough Series targets major issues

Can UK law firms survive the storm?

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 by sophisticated demands around delivery and pricing, off-shoring and market liberalisation that allows non-lawyers to own legal businesses. In the future, Tim Bellis believes that law firms may need to alter their hiring policies in the future to reflect their approach to increasingly commoditised work-streams where the best and brightest are replaced by the plodders.

12 MIN2013 FEB 21
Comments
Can UK law firms survive the storm?

Thinking research

"Getting Explicit about the Implicit", co-authored by Dr Jochen Menges of Cambridge Judge Business School, explores the unintentional, spontaneous and often unconscious 'implicit' measures that influence workplace behaviours.

10 MIN2012 DEC 12
Comments
Thinking research

Conflict in the workplace

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 to underlying conflict in the workplace, which he warns is discreet but ever present.

10 MIN2012 AUG 14
Comments
Conflict in the workplace

Getting creative

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 significant but not consistently strong relationships between creative self-efficacy and individual creativity, but the latest findings indicate the link is very positive.

7 MIN2012 AUG 7
Comments
Getting creative

There is an I in team

Dr Mark de Rond looks at why it's so hard to get teams to realise their potential, how to enable people to work more effectively on teams and why there's conflict when a team's intentions are aligned. He questions whether that conflict is harmful or if it actually helps the team dynamic.

11 MIN2012 JUL 6
Comments
There is an I in team

Service with a smile

Research by Professor Martin Kilduff reveals that managers who help employees to deal with negative emotions feel their actions are 'extra-role behaviour' above-and-beyond their managerial duties. Employees, he says, do not expect any reciprocation, but managers on the other hand, expect personal commitment in return and that, Professor Kilduff warns, could lead to problems.

6 MIN2012 JUN 12
Comments
Service with a smile
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