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Customer stories

customer stories

Our global network of customers and clients span industries as diverse as banking, healthcare, pharma, government, technology and law. Our clients come from both the commercial and public sector and span the scale of SMEs to global corporations. We work with people to deeply engage in the challenges they face as individuals and as organisations; identifying trends and opportunities. We bring evidence-based solutions and an in-depth knowledge of industry. You can find out more about our customers and their achievements below.

Latest stories

Nigerian healthcare

Nigeria's healthcare system has felt the full pressure of the challenges inherent in managing the operational complexities of large-scale care organisation, and has subsequently found itself in crisis mode for many years.

Hear about Nigeria

Faculty of Education carries out independent review of the Clinical Leadership Programme

Review of programme offered by Cambridge Judge Business School (CJBS) and Cambridge University Health Partners.

Access the review

Tradition, technology and culture change

Read more about our in-depth culture change programme at the University of Cambridge.

Working with the UIS

GMCA alum forges ahead at global steel firm

Read the profile of our of our open programme participants.

Meet Doris Haselsteiner

Delhi State Schools Programme

Watch an infographic video on our work with the Delhi State Schools Programme.

Watch the infographic

The ASEAN Global Leadership Programme

A short film on our seven-year collaboration with SRW & Co, bringing together senior government and business figures from across the ASEAN region.

Watch the ASEAN video

Leading in healthcare

In 2017 CUH commissioned Cambridge Judge Business School (CJBS) and Cambridge University Health Partners (CUHP), along with The Kings Fund, to partner them on the development of a Senior Leadership Programme specifically designed to support them in achieving these ambitions.

Working with the NHS