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Financial Times: FT business books – March edition

“From Breakthrough to Blockbuster”, a book co-authored by Nektarios Oraiopoulos, Associate Professor at Cambridge Judge Business School, was included in the March list of top business books of the month by the Financial Times, which says the book “tells the…

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Financial Times: Punishing failure, best economics teaching

White paper from Cambridge Judge Business School, examining diversity at the top 22 UK and US schools, is mentioned in this article on how to stop rewards for failure in the workplace. “While diversity in business schools is improving, gender…

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Financial Times: The crisis in Ukraine adds a further dose of uncertainty to markets

The new Credit Suisse Global Investment Returns Yearbook, co-authored by Elroy Dimson, Finance Professor at Cambridge Judge Business School, reminds us of the risks that investing comes with at uncertain times, article says. (subs) Read the full article [Ft.com]…

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Financial Times: Wind groups wrestle with ‘perfect storm’ of supply woes and rising material costs

Sanjeet Sanghera, alumnus at Cambridge Judge Business School (MBA 2018) and head of wind at energy research group BNEF, says that turbine prices in the second half of last year were 9 per cent higher than in the previous six…

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Cambridge MBA ranked 22nd in global FT rankings, first among one-year MBA programmes in the UK

The annual Financial Times global MBA rankings published today (14 February) place Cambridge Judge Business School 22nd among the world's MBA programmes and in first place for one-year MBA programmes in the UK. The annual Financial Times global MBA rankings published today (14…

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The MBA class of 2017.

Financial Times: MBA professors under pressure to show business relevance

Mauro Guillén, dean of Cambridge Judge Business School, says academic institutions compete fiercely to hire the next generation of rising-star professors from the top PhD programmes. “Every year there’s a small number of superstars, and everyone wants them,” Guillén says.…

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Financial Times: How to fund your MBA studies

Emily Brierley, head of MBA recruitment and admissions at Cambridge Judge Business School, says many graduates report a strong return on investment, though the degree requires careful financial planning. “It’s a key part of your MBA preparation. It’s also an…

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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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Financial Times: Six things I wish I’d known about money when I was 20

Ken Okoroafor, co-founder of The Humble Penny website and YouTube channel and alumnus of the Executive MBA programme (EMBA 2014) at Cambridge Judge Business School, speaks about the importance of early life investments. “I’m in my late thirties and even…

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Cambridge MBA ranked 16th in global FT rankings, first among one-year MBA programmes in the UK

The annual Financial Times global MBA rankings published today (8 February) place Cambridge Judge Business School 16th among the world's MBA programmes and in first place for one-year MBA programmes in the UK. The Cambridge MBA is ranked ninth globally…

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MBA class of 2016 and Dr Jane Davies, MBA director at the time, standing at the front of the Business School.

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