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Financial Times: Culture change, CLO training survey, school diversity

Dr Robert Wardrop, Faculty (Professor level) in Management Practice at Cambridge Judge Business School, responded to Andrew Hill’s management challenge. Andrew was asking to send him ‘any examples of cultural or structural change programmes gone wrong, and how you might…

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‘Amazing’ finds

Remote working due to the pandemic has unearthed hidden talent, Allègre Hadida of Cambridge Judge Business School says in a new global innovation report. Dr Allègre Hadida Remote working prompted by the COVID-19 (coronavirus) pandemic has unearthed previously hidden talent…

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Searching for the best candidate for a job.

Legal Futures: Top 50 law firms heading for “two-track” future

Top UK law firms, slow to automate, shift decision-making away from partners toward experienced professionals as the line blurs between client-facing and back-office roles, finds report by Kishore Sengupta, Professor of Operations Management at Cambridge Judge Business School for LexisNexis.…

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Law firm changes

Top UK law firms, slow to automate, shift decision-making away from partners toward experienced professionals as the line blurs between client-facing and back-office roles, finds report by Professor Kishore Sengupta of Cambridge Judge Business School for LexisNexis. Professor Kishore Sengupta…

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Wrenching changes

Workers often only 'pretend' to comply with the introduction of new technology. This can backfire on them badly, says a new study led at Cambridge Judge Business School. The introduction of new technology often sparks tensions at the workplace. Rather…

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Shocked workers as they realise things backfired.

Tradition, technology and culture change

The University of Cambridge is immersed in over 800 years of rich history. Cambridge scholars pioneered new interpretations of scripture, identified the building blocks of life, the origins of the universe and the origins of man. They invented the computer…

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Freeze-Assess-Rebuild: how businesses can navigate the coronavirus “fog of war”

A three-part policy of Freeze-Assess-Rebuild can help businesses navigate the uncertain 'fog of war' posed by the COVID-19 (coronavirus) crisis, says Dr Thomas Roulet of Cambridge Judge Business School. Dr Thomas Roulet Societies are rightly proud of their resilience. Londoners…

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The corporate pivot: radical change in times of crisis

The COVID-19 (coronavirus) crisis underlines need for firms to quickly ‘pivot’, Professor Paul Tracey of the Cambridge Centre for Social Innovation. Many entrepreneurs need to pivot – make radical changes to their business model – because their initial ideas fail to…

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Pivoting successfully

New ventures need to 'pivot' gracefully to avoid alienating their initial user community, says a new study co-authored by Professor Paul Tracey of Cambridge Judge Business School. Like athletes, companies "pivot" in adapting to changing circumstances. But while a bad…

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Lifting, not drifting

'Mission drift' need not be negative and can help an organisation widen its initial focus productively, Dr Matthew Grimes of Cambridge Judge Business School argues in an article in financial magazine Barron's. Dr Matthew Grimes The term "mission drift" may…

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