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China cost innovation

Unconventional organisational processes, not only lower-cost talent, have led to cost innovation among Chinese companies, says a new study co-authored by Peter Williamson and Eden Yin of Cambridge Judge Business School's Cambridge Centre for Chinese Management. The cost advantage of…

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When the late Sir Paul Judge played matchmaker

A party hosted by the late Sir Paul Judge for Cambridge Judge Business School students led to a romance and two wedding ceremonies for Jelena and Jannis Angelis (PhD 1999 and 1998) – both three-day events in Vilnius and Athens.…

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Collaborative uncoupling in business

Companies that separate through divestiture or spin-outs can benefit from continued collaboration, but negative terminology like 'split-up' and 'divorce' often get in the way, says a new study co-authored by Professor Shahzad Ansari of Cambridge Judge Business School. Popular music…

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Unsettling research

No ivory tower here: how academics are affected by research in unsettling contexts like refugee camps, prisons and rape-crisis centres. A frequent refrain voiced about academic institutions is that there is too much “ivory tower” research divorced from the realities…

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Hospital IT and reputation

A new study co-authored by Stavros Polykarpou and Michael Barrett of Cambridge Judge Business School focuses on the ongoing and potentially fickle relationship between hospital IT investment and the hospital's reputation. Owing to institutional pressures including funding and organisational constraints,…

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Top 10 reads of 2018

We have long known that the News & Insight section of the Cambridge Judge Business School website attracts an audience with eclectic interests and tastes, a reflection of the many different aspects of business explored at the Business School and…

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Top 10 reads of 2018

We have long known that the News & Insight section of the Cambridge Judge Business School website attracts an audience with eclectic interests and tastes, a reflection of the many different aspects of business explored at the Business School and…

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Cost transparency – or not

Companies are becoming more open about their supply chains, but costs are the last frontier. A new study co-authored by Dr Vincent Mak and Dr Raghabendra KC at Cambridge Judge looks at when a company should be more transparent about…

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Egyptian social enterprise

Egypt's new law restricting non-governmental organisations has created an opportunity for social enterprises to fill the void, says Isabel Brüggemann, PhD candidate at Cambridge Judge Business School. The historic Karnak Temple in the Egyptian city of Luxor is one of…

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Politics Home: Purpose vs Profit: Are they compatible in 21st century business?

A report co-authored at Cambridge Judge Business School explores why businesses are now more focused on purpose rather than pure profit. The report co-authored by Jaideep Prabhu, Professor of Marketing at Cambridge Judge Business School, and Charles Ebert, PhD candidate…

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