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EDI is about making our workplace a better place

Lionel Paolella, Associate Professor in Strategy & Organisation at Cambridge Judge Business School, shares his thoughts as the new Chairperson of the Equality, Diversity and Inclusion (EDI) Committee at Cambridge Judge. Lionel Paolella, Associate Professor in Strategy & Organisation at…

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Lionel Paolella.

LGBTQIA+ scholarship for the Cambridge MBA: why was it launched and what does it entail?

As we celebrate Pride Month in the UK, we find out more about The Cambridge MBA ROMBA Fellowship for the LGBTQIA+ community - as well as the financial aid, these awards come with community membership and hopefully a lifelong involvement…

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Group of MBA students outside in the sunshine.

Proud of who we are: CJBS alumni on being LGBTQIA+

As Cambridge Judge celebrates Pride month, we spoke to four of our alumni about what being LGBTQIA+ means to them. The corporate world has made progress in embracing the LGBTQIA+ community, but representation at senior management level remains very low.…

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Proud of who we are: CJBS alumni on being LGBTQIA+.

La Repubblica: “Every woman is different but we are all discriminated against” (transl.)

“Women’s safety is a serious matter,” writes activist Lilia Giugni, Research Associate of the Centre for Social Innovation at Cambridge Judge Business School, in a front-page article on gender discrimination. Activist and scholar of gender issues, the author is part…

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How to overcome barriers to more successful EDI

A discussion panel at Cambridge Judge Business School explores how to overcome barriers to more successful EDI (equality, diversity, inclusion) strategies. Have we heard too many excuses for why EDI (equality, diversity, inclusion) strategies aren’t leading to the difference we…

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How to overcome barriers to more successful EDI.

Overcoming marginalisation

From shelter to emancipation: rethinking our understanding of disabled people as active members of society. A new study published in the Academy of Management Journal, co-authored by Shahzad Ansari, Professor of Strategy & Innovation at Cambridge Judge Business School, and…

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Overcoming marginalisation: wheelchair user.

Poets & Quants: B-schools – leading or struggling on gender & race diversity?

New research from Cambridge Judge Business School looks at gender and racial diversity at 22 top US and UK business schools and finds that while B-schools are “strategically positioned to bring lasting change to the global corporate environment,” they still…

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Business Day: Celebrating 50 inspiring Nigerian women

Anino Emuwa, former mentor for Cartier Women’s Initiative at Cambridge Judge Business School’s EnterpriseWOMEN, is mentioned in this article celebrating 50 inspiring Nigerian women. Anino is an expert in gender diversity in leadership and is a member of the Institute…

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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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Diversity leadership

Diversity and business schools: leading the way, or still some way to go? Business schools need to take steps beyond recruitment to also create an inclusive and supportive environment for under-represented groups to ensure progress in racial, ethnic and gender…

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Diversity leadership.

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