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Experts consider implications for banking, business and finance.

Workers who establish flexible working arrangements through informal discussion with their manager are judged to perform better than those who use formal flexible working arrangements.


Cass academic considers the future role of technology at work.

 

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After the scandal - managing corporate firestorms

By Dr Thomas Robinson, Lecturer in Marketing at Cass Business School

Theresa May is a formidable manager – but Brexit will test her leadership skills

By Zahira Jaser, Cass Business School

Cass academics comment on Article 50

Experts consider implications for banking, business and finance.

Flexible working does increase job satisfaction but it depends how you arrange it

Workers who establish flexible working arrangements through informal discussion with their manager are judged to perform better than those who use formal flexible working arrangements.

Unruly CEO announced as keynote speaker for Cass Innovate 2017

The event will explore entrepreneurship, innovation and leadership.

New ebook examines a post-Brexit European Union

Ebook launched at Cass Centre for Banking event.

Technology and the future of work

Cass academic considers the future role of technology at work.

In conversation with MADE.com's Julien Callede

Julien Callède shared his entrepreneurial journey with Axel Threlfall, Editor-at-Large at Thomson Reuters at EntrepreneursTalk@Cass

Supporting executives into business school teaching

Cass to participate in The Bridge Programme that equips business executives with the skills and training to teach in business schools

Professor Costas Th Grammenos receives prestigious international leadership award

International recognition for Founder and Chair of Cass Centre for Shipping, Trade and Finance.


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