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On Line Opinion: Cargo cult innovation

What are we to expect from our new minister for Innovation, Industry, Science and Research? A helpful critique of “The Innovation System” was recently given at a forum on innovative leadership by Professor Alan Hughes from Cambridge University. He started…

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TIME Magazine: Enlightened self-interest

In their new book, Multi-nationals in their Communities, two British academics look at well-run CSR projects and how they help the communities where they operate. Ian W. Jones, a management lecturer at Oxford University, and Michael G. Pollitt, a reader…

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Cambridge News: Risky business up for debate at city event

Dame Deirdre Hutton, chairman of the Food Standards Agency and deputy chair of the Financial Services Authority, plus Sir Paul Judge, who chairs the RSA Risk Commission, will be speaking at a special event in the city next month. The…

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New Statesman: The end of risk

Swaths of regulation and an industry of "fear entrepreneurs" have fuelled a climate of timidity ... "There have been loads of these reports in recent years," says Paul Sanderson, a senior fellow at the University of Cambridge Centre for Business…

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Business Weekly: New research aims to put a price on UK brain power

The Centre for Business Research (CBR) at the University of Cambridge, in collaboration with the Council for Industry and Higher Education (CIHE), has been awarded a half-million pound grant by the Economic and Social Research Council to carry out research…

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