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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.

Fagun Thakrar expands creativity focused not-for-profit

Cambridge Executive MBA participant Fagun Thakrar's foundation aims to improve the lives of young people through the arts. Cambridge Executive MBA participant Fagun Thakrar (EMBA 2019) is expanding operations and outreach of her not-for-profit focused on helping young people through…

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Strategising around risk for business and economies

MBA students' contributions to the annual Cambridge-McKinsey Risk Prize provide valuable learnings. Cambridge MBA students enthusiastically take part in the annual Cambridge-McKinsey Risk Prize, which they see as a valuable opportunity to zone in on areas of interest and apply…

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Cambridge Independent: Soft power self-sabotage as performing artists denied freedom of movement

An opinion piece on arts sector by Dr Allègre Hadida, University Senior Lecturer in Strategy at Cambridge Judge Business School and Fellow of Magdalene College. Allègre shares her thoughts on the overall situation with culture and government grants, and the…

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Artistic enterprise

The November series of the Enterprise Tuesday sessions at Cambridge Judge Business School focused on the arts – including the creative economy and storytelling. Here are some takeaways. The UK's cultural and creative industries are world leading, with creative people…

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Hands of young painter working on his art inside his studio.

Business Weekly: Entrepreneurship and innovation in the Arts and Creative sector

Enterprise Tuesday events series will resume online on 3 November at Cambridge Judge Business School. The Lent series will focus on entrepreneurship and innovation in the arts and creative sector with the first event under the banner of Art as…

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The Arts Sector needs to retain and attract talent to survive after COVID-19

The creative arts face a decade of recovery without strong leadership and talent retention. The Cambridge MBA is creating a fresh pipeline of leaders to lift the industry out of its COVID-19 slump. What will recovery look like?  Jeremy Newton,…

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Animated insights on performance in the cultural & creative industries

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=v4nsmar4c9U Dr Allègre Hadida A few years ago, Dr Allègre Hadida, Senior Lecturer in Strategy at Cambridge Judge Business School, created with the help of a student an engaging animation that summarises existing knowledge about the different nuances of performance…

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Poets & Quants: Meet the non-traditional MBAs of Europe

Poets & Quants talks to five MBA students from different business schools who worked in non-traditional industries before their studies. Jasmin Aslan, currently studying at Cambridge Judge Business School, was working as Museum development officer in Canada. “I think that…

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The value of failure: creativity in business

Thomas Edison was famous for saying "I have not failed 10,000 times. I have just found 10,000 ways that won't work." It’s the lightbulb moment that many individuals seek, but how can creativity help business practice and why should good…

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