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Financial Times: The paradox that leads professionals into temptation

A new paper on a “dark side” to professionalism co-authored by Sunita Sah, a Fellow at Cambridge Judge Business School, is featured in the Financial Times. “The greater a manager’s sense of professionalism, the more likely he or she is…

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The dark side to professionalism

There is a 'Professionalism Paradox' that increases vulnerability to conflict of interest, says a new paper by Sunita Sah, a Fellow at Cambridge Judge Business School. Professor Sunita Sah In sports as in business, "professionalism" is seen as an overwhelmingly…

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Bangkok Post: Chulalongkorn and Cambridge emphasise corporate brand values

Vincent Mak, Professor of Marketing & Decision Sciences at Cambridge Judge, recently discussed corporate brand values for success and sustainability at Chulalongkorn Business School in Thailand. A company’s brand is a kind of “nudge” for consumer purchasing behaviours, Professor Mak…

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The Financial: Mr Wang Shi visits Cambridge Judge Business School

Cambridge Judge Business School was delighted to welcome Mr Wang Shi, one of China’s most renowned business leaders, to talk about ‘Corporate Values: The Mountains to Climb’ at an event hosted by the Cambridge Executive MBA programme on Friday 9…

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