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Dr Saif Abed (MPhil 2012), Founding Partner of AbedGraham Healthcare Strategies

Medicine and business may seem like very different worlds, but Saif Abed (MPhil in Management 2012) is using his expertise in both to drive forward his healthcare IT consultancy. As medical care grows more hi-tech, there's increasingly a need for…

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Five ways a digital platform could transform your business

Too many organisations undertake "phoney transformations". If you want real change you need to use digital platforms. We've all seen it happen: a "transformation" programme which leaves the original organisational silos undisturbed. But although this is surprisingly common, Dr Mark…

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The World Economic Forum is more than Davos

Many people associate the World Economic Forum (WEF) with their annual meeting in Davos and are unaware of the other work that the WEF does. Cambridge MBA student Tessema Tesfachew, who worked in the WEF Technology Pioneers Programme, talks about…

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The sharing economy

Companies such as AirBnB and ParkatmyHouse have created new markets where customers can rent services from other individuals. Much of this has been made possible by technology, but what is involved in creating a new sharing economy? Stella Schieffer, co-founder…

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A peek into the life of an app developer

Samuel Harrison, a current Cambridge MBA student, talks to us about his new game that was just released on the Apple App Store (Pure Snowboarding), what makes a good game, what small developers have to do to get noticed, and…

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Preventing the next government IT disaster

From Obamacare to Universal Credit, government has a poor record when it comes to handling major IT projects. Happily research by Dr Mark Thompson is laying the foundations of a new IT strategy which many hope will open up new…

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Shape new technology to a market’s culture

Professor Michael Barrett feels cultural differences may have hampered success of a Cambridge-designed mobile money transfer technology. Today 12 million Kenyans employ the system but neighbouring Tanzania, predicted as a natural follower, has been slow to react. A recognised authority…

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“Library Futures”: Cambridge Judge Business School hosts 43rd European Business Schools Librarians’ Group Conference

Cambridge Judge Business School is delighted to be hosting the 43rd European Business Schools Librarians' Group (EBSLG) conference from 17-20 June 2013. It's the first time the conference has been held in Cambridge and the School will be welcoming Information…

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ND13: Going Digital

Dr Mark Thompson chairs the 8th National Digital Conference Dr Mark Thompson, Senior Lecturer in Information Systems at Cambridge Judge Business School and Strategic Director at Methods will chair the 8th National Digital Conference, ND13: Going Digital. The conference takes…

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Building communities meets big data. Learn how waze has revolutionised navigation.

When President Obama visited Israel, the Israeli police plan for traffic disruptions using mobile phone app waze. This was an amazing accomplishment for a company that relies on its community of users to update and share real-time traffic information. Learn…

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