TJ Newsflash: 16 December

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Written by Debbie Carter on 16 December 2021 in News

A new compilation of the best research, interviews and news stories from across the globe

This week’s roundup explores burnout in managers from Gallup, a look at transformation with BCG, a call to action for all chief information security officers from EY and a short video from the BBC on how working in a call centre helped the newest judge on Dragon’s Den, Steven Bartlett to become a CEO. The offering ends with a longer read from The New Yorker, one of the editor’s favourite publications, on writing using ‘distraction free’ devices!

Manager Burnout Is Only Getting Worse – Gallup

CEO Secrets: 'Call centre work trained me to be a CEO' – BBC News 

What Works – and What Doesn’t – in Transformation – BCG

How UK CISOs should prepare for a new era of growth – EY 

Can “Distraction Free” Devices Change The Way We Write? – The New Yorker


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