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Freud and the New Mexico desert: what if people could download a version of themselves?

A play that looks at eternal digital life, A Dead Body in Taos, looks at ethical issues of artificial intelligence. An accompanying podcast series features Magda Osman, who is affiliated with Cambridge Judge Business School. It’s not too often that…

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The New Mexico desert at sunset.

“Life is short, so take the best and leave the rest.”

Tara Heuzé-Sarmini (MPhil in Finance 2014) talks about her motivation to study finance at graduate level and her non-linear career path encompassing an NGO to fight period poverty and a co-living project for single-parent families. Tara Heuzé-Sarmini has always pursued…

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Tara Heuzé-Sarmini.

China Daily: Shared passions can fire up trade links

A podcast from Chris Marquis, Professor of Chinese Management at Cambridge Judge Business School, interviewing Kenneth Wong of NavPac, is mentioned in this article about shared passions firing up trade links. Whether it is the roar of a Harley-Davidson motorcycle,…

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New York Times: Globalisation is over. The global culture wars have begun

A quarter-century ago, globalisation was a political, social and moral process. However, as scholars Mauro F. Guillén (Dean of Cambridge Judge Business School), Heather Berry and Arun S. Hendi reported in a study of international convergence, “Over the last half…

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Philanthropy in the arts world

The roles of 'respectability' (age and recognition) and 'reputability' (artistic merit and celebrity) are very different in driving philanthropic donation to cultural organisations, finds new study co-authored by Dr Thomas Roulet of Cambridge Judge Business School. Within the worlds of…

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Philanthropy in the arts world: ancient statue.

FT Specialist’s Agenda by the Financial Times: The future of hybrid working – directors must focus on culture

Jennifer Howard-Grenville, Diageo professor of organisation studies at Cambridge Judge Business School, comments on the future of hybrid working. It is important for boards to remember that the world is still emerging from a transformational period, she says. Companies should…

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Find MBA: Top 10 MBA programmes in Arts Management

Cambridge MBA programme is among top ten programmes in Arts Management according to Find MBA article. Cambridge MBA students can “opt to purse the programme’s concentration in Culture, Arts, and Media Management, which examines the overlap between these artistic fields…

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Pride Banner

Pride Banner by the artist STIK unveiled at Cambridge Judge Business School on 22 September to show the Business School's commitment to diversity and inclusion. A Pride Banner, created by the artist STIK, depicting two monochrome stick figures holding hands…

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STIK and the event speakers stand in front of the newly unveiled Pride Banner.

Systemic dance

Iconic ballets including The Nutcracker and Giselle can provide fresh systems-based thinking about stakeholder relationships in order to address 'grand challenges' such as poverty and climate change, says study co-authored by Dr Thomas Roulet at Cambridge Judge Business School. Dr…

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A ballet dancer leaps into a blue powder cloud.

Herd on the street

Large sculpture named "Animal Farm" graces the courtyard of Cambridge Judge Business School for 10-week Cows About Cambridge art trail. A large cow sculpture named "Animal Farm", created by illustrator and graphic artist Emma Graham, has been installed for the…

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View of a cow statue in front of Cambridge Judge Business School as part of Cambridge for Cows About Cambridge art trail. The design of the cow depicts the main characters and storyline from the novel Animal Farm by George Orwell, that is celebrating it's 75th anniversary.