FROM THE EDITOR

 

Each hour of the workday is not, it seems, created equal. And in the August issue of Management we look into why the time of day has a dramatic impact on the quality of our decision making, thanks to a concept called decision fatigue. It seems the more decisions we make during the day, the more we are tempted to take the easy way out and it has been academically documented.

We also look into why some high achievers are at risk of burnout at work and what you can do to alleviate the risk. And we delve into what to do when an organisation is in the public eye for the wrong reasons.

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A focus on culture

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