Managing Organisations is a suite of advanced educational programmes for managers committed to addressing the complex and pressing issues of modern organisational management.
Navigate complex problems. Steer your way through difficult projects. Negotiate harder, lead more effectively, implement a more diverse HR strategy, and use data to make better decisions.
Managing Organisations at the Cambridge Judge Business School is an advanced suite of Executive Education programmes designed specifically to help you address these and other complex challenges confronting your organisation today.
High quality programmes, flexible formats. Our 3 delivery styles allow you to choose whichever format best suits your needs.
Immerse yourself in an inspirational learning environment in the historic and beautiful city of Cambridge. In an intense classroom-based experience, you will engage with faculty and peers in person. Join ‘Cambridge Union’-style debates, hear from guest speakers and faculty, and enjoy group exercises, role-play and informal conversations both in and outside class.
Experience the best of Cambridge face-to-face learning right inside your home or office. Using current technologies, our seamless Live Online delivery offers you richly immersive interaction with faculty and peers. You’ll experience virtual debates, hear from guest speakers and faculty, and engage in breakout groups, simulations and role-play.
Study whenever and wherever you want. Our highly flexible fully online programmes run over multiple weeks. Enjoying carefully structured learning, you’ll benefit from curated videos, live Faculty webinars, Q&A chat sessions and a dedicated Programme Support Team.
Our programmes on Managing Organisations help leaders navigate some of the many complex challenges of modern organisations. These proven programmes offer innovative and research-driven toolkits for the most common management skills, as well as very specific support in key operational areas.
Faculty and speakers
Meet our faculty teaching on our Managing Organisations programmes.
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