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Bank (mis)trust

Banks have largely failed to rebuild public trust, David De Cremer writes in Harvard Business Review. While banks have increased their number …

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Morale matters

Cambridge Judge Fellow Ben Hardy wins Chartered Management Institute award. A research paper on improving employee morale and performance, whose lead author …

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AutoTrip

Venture co-founded by Postgraduate Diploma in Entrepreneurship alumnus secures funding in under a week of launching on Crowdcube Computing and processing automobile …

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Stale illusion

Mutual funds exploit through higher fees investors who chase ‘stale returns’. Investors fail to distinguish relevant and stale components of fund performance, …

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Be prepared

Business leaders reawake to the risk of regional conflict, Andrew Coburn of the Centre for Risk Studies writes in The Conversation. From …

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Trust in China

Concepts of trust differ in China and the West, David De Cremer writes in Harvard Business Review. To understand how the notion …

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India lecture

Finance education needs more humility, argues Simon Taylor of Cambridge Judge Business School. There has been plenty of blame cast for the …

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High five

Record five Cambridge MBA teams advance to regional finals of Hult Prize 2015. Five Cambridge MBA teams have emerged from more than …

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Cloak and dagger

Why risky ‘competitive intelligence’ persists despite stigma and scant evidence of effectiveness. Firms ‘construct usefulness’ and fear ‘unilateral abandonment’ of the practice, …

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Frugal part two

‘Frugal Innovation’ is now entrenched in the West. In 2012, the book Jugaad Innovation was influential in letting the world know how …

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Enterprise boost

Partnership with Santander funds SME Growth Club and visiting Fellows at Cambridge Judge Strengthening its partnership with Cambridge Judge Business School, Santander UK, through …

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Pipeline politics

‘Turkish Stream’ would work against European consumers, says Cambridge Judge researcher. Russia’s recent decision to abandon plans for a “South Stream” energy …

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Reputation spillover

Each law firm practice area affects reputation of other areas, shows Cambridge Judge research. The reputation of one practice area in a …

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Film poster design

Cambridge Judge alumna launches film poster competition. Innovative film discovery platform FilmDoo is one step closer to international recognition. The start-up, launched …

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Revolutionary fervour

Neil Stott of Cambridge Judge writes foreword to values report. Global Tolerance, a social change consultancy, has released a report entitled “The …

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‘Indirect’ learning

Concern about executive ‘brain drain’ from developing countries is misplaced. ‘Indirect’ learning in mature markets crucial to developing-country firms’ growth, says research …

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EMBA reunited

Gousto CEO brings on board classmate to head operations. They met at the Executive MBA programme at Cambridge Judge Business School, where …

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Funny money

In banking, trust and benevolence don’t mix, finds new research from David De Cremer of Cambridge Judge Business School. by David De …

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The art of apologising

‘Sorry’ shouldn’t be so hard a word, says research co-authored by David De Cremer. Popular song titles have long recognised how people …

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Chinese change management

China faces four serious challenges to become truly innovative, says David De Cremer. China must overcome four serious challenges relating to leadership …

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The spirit of enterprise

Entrepreneurship takes centre stage at CfEL 10th anniversary More than 200 people celebrated the 10th anniversary of the School’s Centre for Entrepreneurial …

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Snappy dress, good cause

‘Suits for Suits’ day raises funds to protect healthcare workers battling Ebola The normal uniform for people behind start-up companies tends to …

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Learning by doing

“Learning by doing” is a key principle of the Cambridge Executive MBA – and the EMBA 2013 participants have been putting their …

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From academia to impact

Cambridge Judge-Darden conference explores how to make innovation and entrepreneurship happen Around 60 cross-discipline academics from 20 nationalities convened at Cambridge Judge …

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Licence to be social

Cambridge Judge Business School is launching an eight week social media course for staff this week – the first workshop takes place …

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To scale or not to scale

Pfizer’s attempt to tango with AstraZeneca As the ‘will they – won’t they’ Pfizer/AstraZeneca takeover drama prepares for its final act on …

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Realising the Chinese dream

Cambridge-Beijing forum will explore the role of private enterprise in transforming China’s economy Academics, entrepreneurs, business people and policy makers from Cambridge …

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Beyond the Boat Race

BNY Mellon to support students through learning as well as sport with new Cambridge Judge Business School scholarships Global investments company BNY …

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Whither Europe?

Global Business Symposium at Cambridge Judge Business School to tackle the challenges of doing business in Europe today The Centre for International …

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E-Government Conference

Transforming the public sector: focusing on growth Dr Mark Thompson, Senior Lecturer in Information Systems, Cambridge Judge Business School provided the international …

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ND13: Going Digital

Dr Mark Thompson chairs the 8th National Digital Conference Dr Mark Thompson, Senior Lecturer in Information Systems at Cambridge Judge Business School …

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Brazilian business matters

H.M. Ambassador to Brazil discusses the potential for Cambridge business engagement in Brazil Cambridge Judge Business School was delighted to welcome the …

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Baroness Thatcher

Cambridge Judge Business School notes with profound regret the death of Baroness Thatcher on 8 April 2013 In 1997 The Margaret Thatcher …

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Winning Without Losing

Winning Without Losing: a strategic guide to help entrepreneurs achieve better business success and work-life balance is launched in the UK What …

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Expertise in sport

School alumnus appointed to deliver the Rugby League Varsity Match A Cambridge Judge Business School alumnus who runs his own public affairs …

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Enterprise Rwanda

Cambridge MBA student volunteers on the African Innovation Prize A student from Cambridge Judge Business School has just returned from Rwanda, where …

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‘Jugaad’ leads the way!

Positive reviews for a new book, championing a frugal, flexible and inclusive approach to innovation, co-authored by Cambridge Judge Business School professor …

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MBA alumna wins top prize

Cambridge MBA alumna wins the Worshipful Company of Marketors’ Award for her study on a leading pharmaceutical company Cambridge Judge Business School …

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Life in conflict

Dr Mark de Rond to discuss his Camp Bastion experience live on BBC Radio Cambridgeshire on Sunday 15 July Dr Mark de …

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Recognising excellence

Cambridge Judge Business School announces Teaching Award winners and faculty promotions Cambridge Judge Business School is delighted to announce the winners of …

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RiffStream#Cambridge

Centre for Entrepreneurial Learning at Cambridge Business School is striking a chord with creative innovators The Centre for Entrepreneurial Learning (CfEL), part …

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Beyond compliance

Cambridge MBA students take part in a four-week internship at the Pearl Initiative in the United Arab Emirates Four MBA students from …

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Fashion democracy

Former PhD student turns the fashion world around A former student from Cambridge Judge Business School, who has recently launched an Internet …

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Institutions and power

Cambridge Judge Business School helps international scholars develop their papers Cambridge Judge Business School recently hosted an international paper development workshop, which …

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Entrepreneurs of tomorrow

Alumna from Cambridge Judge Business School makes the Business Weekly ‘Next Generation of Entrepreneurs’ list An MBA alumna from Cambridge Judge Business …

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‘Jugaad Innovation’

New book co-authored by Professor Jaideep Prabhu looks at a frugal and flexible approach to innovation Professor Jaideep Prabhu, the Jawaharial Nehru …

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Battle of the Blues

It’s a war game between Cambridge and Oxford MBAs for ‘designer foods’ On 30 April 2012, MBA students from Cambridge Judge Business …

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An education in complexity

What should we be teaching business people for the 21st Century? At Cambridge Judge Business School, scientists and engineers, philosophers and politicians …

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