Message from the Director
At Cambridge Judge Business School we help faculty, students, clients to strive to solve problems. We do this with cutting edge research rooted in real-world challenges and by helping our students and clients ask excellent questions to create real-world change.
It also means that there is no such thing as a typical experience at CJBS. Our students come here to learn how to ask incisive questions rather than follow the latest fads. They participate in an atmosphere of searching, rigorous thinking and entrepreneurial spirit.
Since its inception in 1990, Cambridge Judge Business School has forged a reputation as a centre of rigorous thinking and of high-impact transformative education. We are situated within one of the world's most prestigious research universities, and in the heart of the Cambridge Cluster, the most successful technology entrepreneurship cluster in Europe.
There is no such thing as a typical experience at Cambridge Judge Business School.
Our undergraduate, graduate and executive programmes attract innovators, creative thinkers, thoughtful and collaborative problem-solvers, and current and future leaders, drawn from a huge diversity of backgrounds and countries.
I had the privilege of joining the School in 2011. I am immensely proud of our continued emphasis on innovation on all fronts, engagement with our students and clients, and the impact this has had in co-creating knowledge, sharing that knowledge, and engendering real-world change.
Whether you plan to use your CJBS experience to develop yourself, to prepare for a leadership role, to foster new approaches within your organisation, or to start a company or a social enterprise, we offer exceptional opportunities for learning, networking and knowledge exchange, both within and beyond the University.
Professor Loch and Stelios Kavadias teach this five-day executive development programme, which offers the opportunity for professionals to elevate innovation to a core organisational capability across all organisational units, beyond the actions of one department (be it marketing, R&D, or others).
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