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Corporate philanthropy: emergence, viability and legitimacy gain

Centre for Strategic Philanthropy study examines the emergence, viability and legitimacy gain of corporate philanthropy. Elena Christodoulou A new study written by Cambridge Judge Business School MPhil student Elena Christodoulou (also a member of the Centre for Strategic Philanthropy's team)…

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Superb teaching

Eight members of the Cambridge Judge faculty are awarded Teaching Prizes for excellence across the School's programmes. Eight members of the Cambridge Judge Business School faculty were awarded Teaching Prizes on 1 July for their teaching excellence across the School's…

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Think tank honours

Jan Lodge, a PhD candidate at Cambridge Judge Business School, is named a member of the ThinkTank30 of the Club of Rome (Germany). Jan Lodge, a PhD candidate at Cambridge Judge Business School, was named a new member of ThinkTank30,…

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BBC: Coronavirus: The volunteers feeding the NHS

Cambridge Judge Business School MPhil ISO alumnus and tech entrepreneur Alick Varma co-founded Meals for the NHS. The venture is one of the grassroots organisations popping up to ensure NHS workers have access to food during the coronavirus crisis. "You…

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Business of Fashion: Op-Ed: How fashion education prevents inclusivity

Cambridge Judge alumnus Ben Barry (PhD 2007), now teaching at the School of Fashion at Ryerson University, Canada, writes an opinion piece about fashion education and how universities should make it more inclusive. “For the next generation, fashion school is…

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Philipp Man on watches, entrepreneurship and leadership

Philipp Man says his venture CHRONEXT isn't trying to reinvent the wheel, or even the watch. Instead, the goal of the luxury watches online marketplace is to cater to a traditional but sophisticated clientele who revere the precision of a…

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Delivering public services digitally

Discussions with unions could help ease better digital delivery of public services, Dr Mark Thompson of Cambridge Judge tells audience at Cheltenham Science Festival. A national discussion including conversations with unions is needed in order to effectively implement digital efficiency…

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Financial Times: Hire unlucky leaders, they’re good value

Stefan Stern looks at the role luck plays in business and features a study co-authored by Mark de Rond, Reader in Strategy & Organisation at Cambridge Judge Business School. The study investigated luck and its impact on business and found…

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Business Standard: Managers undermining role of luck in success or failure of a business

Luck is often the determining factor in business success or failure, so management research and education should focus not on a “limited number of stars” but instead on more realistic performance goals, says a study co-authored by Dr Mark de…

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Financial Times: Lucky chief executives are on thin ice

FT management columnist Andrew Hill mentions a new study on misperceptions of luck in business. The study co-authored by Dr Mark de Rond, Reader in Strategy & Organisation at Cambridge Judge Business School, finds that luck is often the determining…

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