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Business Weekly: Two Cambridge Judge Business School alumnae win Women of the Future Awards

Two recent graduates from the MBA and Executive MBA programmes at Cambridge Judge Business School – Toni Thorne (MBA 2020) and Dr…

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Forbes: Women will come to the fore in the feeling economy

A study on gender diversity on executive teams co-authored by PhD student Shi Tang and the late Professor Sucheta Nadkarni of Cambridge…

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Forbes: Workplace equality improves when women mentor men

A study on gender diversity in organisations co-authored by PhD student Shi Tang and the late Professor Sucheta Nadkarni of Cambridge Judge…

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Forbes: The complexities of applying for jobs when you’re a woman

A study on gender diversity in top management teams co-authored by Cambridge Judge Business School’s PhD student Shi Tang and the late…

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Financial Times: How MBA students have faced a year of uncertainty

Current student Hanna-Lil Malone talks about her experience studying MBA during Covid-19. As the head of Cambridge Judge’s Wo+Men’s Leadership group, Hanna…

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Forbes: Five female leaders share their advice on how to be more financially savvy

Dr Jenny Chu, University Senior Lecturer in Accounting at Cambridge Judge Business School, comments on how women can be more financially savvy.…

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Business Weekly: Lonely Planet honours Footprint Cafes for transforming business travel

Footprints Café founded by Cambridge Judge alumna Georgina Hemmingway (PGDE 2014) won a Lonely Planet award for novel approach to business travel.…

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Phys.org: Management gender diversity essential in adversity

A study led by the late Cambridge Judge Business School Professor Sucheta Nadkarni suggests that gender-balanced teams help businesses, especially in adverse…

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Cambridge Independent: Cath Kidston at fifth Wo+Men’s Leadership conference

The fifth annual Wo+Men’s Leadership Centre conference at Cambridge Judge Business School saw 150 people attending talks and workshops. The theme of…

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Financial Times: Mind the gap: Business schools help women break the glass ceiling

The Executive Education programme, Cambridge Rising Women Leaders, seeks to help women overcome some of the obstacles they face when entering the…

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BBC News: Breakfast show

Professor Sucheta Nadkarni, Director of the Wo+Men's Leadership Centre at Cambridge Judge Business School, comments on the gender pay gap and what…

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East Anglia Business Magazine: Bringing diversity to the board table – and beyond

The “striking benefits” that gender-diverse boards bring to companies is the focus of an interview with Professor Sucheta Nadkarni, Director of the…

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Financial Times: Business School: Cultivating polymaths, MBAs look east

Sucheta Nadkarni, Sinyi Professor of Chinese Management and Director of the Wo+Men’s Leadership Centre at Cambridge Judge, is featured in this week’s…

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Channel News Asia: Being funny at work can be good for your career

Humour can be beneficial at work, according to research co-authored at Cambridge Judge Business School, but there are significant differences on how…

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Cambridge Independent: Wo+Men’s Leadership Conference celebrates gender diversity

The annual conference, organised by the Wo+Men’s Leadership Centre at Cambridge Judge Business School, saw around 200 delegates attending. The theme of…

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Financial Times: Being funny at work is good for business

Research co-authored at Cambridge Judge Business School, says humour is good for leaders as well as for staff but there are significant…

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Cambridge Independent: A welcome first step, but no cure-all

The new requirement for UK companies to report their gender pay gap is a good step, but more needs to be done…

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Wired: The gender pay gap data is useful but it’s just the first step

After the majority of all eligible public and private companies in the UK have reported their gender pay gap, we need to…

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The Guardian: Gender pay gap: what we learned and how to fix it

By midnight on 4 April all eligible public and private companies in the UK should have reported their gender pay gap. Sucheta…

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Business Weekly: Camfed raises £2 million to help more girls out of poverty trap

Camfed’s fundraising campaign aiming to help more girls in Africa escape poverty and child marriage through education raised £1 million that the…

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Business Weekly: Hollywood star hails Camfed’s film premiere

Actress Emma Watson showed her support for Camfed’s campaign to boost women’s education in Africa before the premiere of the documentary film…

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Newnham News: High-flying students get hands-on experience of issues facing Amazon during special interactive event

Graduate students competed against each other to be named the winner of a competition to find innovative solutions to real life challenges…

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Business Weekly: Government doubles Cambridge aid for under-threat girls in Africa

Cambridge Judge Business School Wo+Men’s Leadership Centre partnered with Camfed in its objective to end child marriage in sub-Saharan Africa through education…

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Varsity: Celebrating 40 years of women education at Trinity

Trinity College invited a panel of experts to discuss the progress made in women’s education. In a special event aimed to mark…

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Metro MBA: Cambridge Judge empowers women to become rising leaders

Sucheta Nadkarni, Sinyi Professor of Chinese Management at Cambridge Judge Business School, talks about why it’s important to promote gender diversity and…

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European Business Review: We need a greater focus on the benefits women in top executive roles bring to companies

Sucheta Nadkarni, Sinyi Professor of Chinese Management at Cambridge Judge Business School, discusses women’s leadership in business and why companies need to…

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LexisNexis: Strategies to get women into senior roles – does any of it work?

Term limits for directors and gender diversity rules in corporate governance codes help improve female representation in top executive roles, but quotas…

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Reuters Breakingviews: Boardroom gender quotas have hidden value

Term limits for directors and gender diversity rules in corporate governance codes help improve female representation in top executive roles, but quotas…

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Metro MBA: Cambridge Judge kicks off Women’s Leadership Initiative

The new Women’s Leadership Initiative (WLI) at Cambridge Judge Business School kicked off on 19 June with an inaugural conference at the…

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Research

Professor Sucheta Nadkarni, Director of the Wo+Men’s Leadership Centre discusses the practice of recruiting women to high-level positions through quotas has a negative impact on gender equality.

Programmes

Professor Sucheta Nadkarni discusses her executive education programme, Cambridge Rising Women Leaders

Forums

Members of the Wo+Men’s Leadership Centre (formerly Women’s Leadership Initiative) at Cambridge Judge Business School discuss the aims of the scheme – to act as an inclusive hub for activities, networking and research on women in business globally.

Improving gender balance and awareness

Julie Brown talks about the plan to improve gender equality across the School – particularly at faculty level – and how our application for the Athena SWAN Award will help to encourage this.

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Importance of celebrating women worldwide

Professor Dame Sandra Dawson talks about the journey we need to make to get true equality for women including: closing the the gender pay gap; equal educational opportunities for women across the world and ending domestic violence towards women.

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Gender diversity on the Cambridge MBA

Jane Davies, Director of the Cambridge MBA explains that the programme crafts a diverse class to enhance the learning experience and how gender diversity is key to this.

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Commitment to supporting gender diversity in business

Tracey Horn, Associate Director of the Wo+Men’s Leadership Centre describes how Cambridge Judge is fully committed to supporting gender diversity in business.

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Diversity, collaboration and growth

Siobhan Sweeney, Founding member of the Women’s Leadership student interest group talks about the true collaborative nature of Cambridge Judge Business School and the 2016 conference.

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A network of women

Brooke Chadeayne (EMBA 2016) found her network of female classmates a source of inspiration and support.

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