FT Responsible Business Education Awards: 2 wins for Cambridge Judge
Purpose of Finance course wins top Teaching award and a study on paedophile hunters wins Academic Research award, while Cambridge Judge is Highly Commended for School-wide activities in the Financial Times awards for business education responsibility and impact.
The Cambridge Centre for Chinese Management (CCCM) is developing a wide collaborative network with leading Chinese firms. It offers them a platform to examine challenging management issues they each face. At the same time, it provides them with a window onto cutting edge management thoughts developed in the West. Through this industry engagement, the Centre pursues various deep relationships with business that closely informs both its research and executive education. Such industry engagement includes:
Chinese business leadership speaker series
Inviting prominent business leaders and policy makers from China to Cambridge for a short visit or deliver speeches to the Business School or the wider University community.
Chinese enterprise business case series
Choosing top performing Chinese enterprises to write business cases documenting their past experiences and current management challenges.
Chinese enterprise executive training
Inviting Chinese enterprises that operate globally or plan to do so and provide them with the essential training on how to develop and execute effective globalisation strategies.