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The Centre of Strategic Philanthropy’s debut executive education course

by Zhiwan Rong, Research Assistant at the Centre for Strategic Philanthropy Last month the Centre debuted its executive education programme, entitled 'Strategic Philanthropy in Emerging Markets: Maximising Impact'. It was an exciting four-day virtual learning experience, which welcomed a diverse…

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A hybrid approach

Companies should engage with supply chains on sustainability through leveraging a 'spectrum' of approaches, says a new guide for procurement professionals developed at Cambridge Judge Business School. Professor Jennifer Howard-Grenville There is a “spectrum” of approaches for companies to engage…

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Faculty honours

Cambridge Judge Business School faculty are awarded Teaching Prizes and Faculty Activity Awards. Six members of the Cambridge Judge Business School faculty were awarded Teaching Prizes for their teaching excellence across the School’s various programmes. In addition, three faculty members…

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Fast Company: Don’t make these four mistakes when managing newly remote teams

Jennifer Howard-Grenville, Diageo Professor in Organisation Studies at Cambridge Judge Business School, comments on managing remote teams. She suggests “calling out culture while working remotely to acknowledge when aspects of your unique culture are on display in order to reevaluate…

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Marketplace: Can company culture survive Zoom?

Jennifer Howard-Grenville, Diageo Professor of Organisational Studies at Cambridge University Business School, comments on organisational culture during coronavirus pandemic. She says ‘the importance of intention should be one of the most valuable lessons about company culture to come out of…

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Rite of passage

Organisations can learn from anthropology in using the pandemic as a "liminal" experience or time of trial, says Harvard Business Review article co-authored by Professor Jennifer Howard-Grenville. Organisations can learn from cultural anthropology in using the coronavirus pandemic as a…

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Learning from wolves

Ecological theories of adaptation can help businesses adjust to unprecedented planetary shifts, says new study co-authored by Jennifer Howard-Grenville of Cambridge Judge. Current concepts of how organisations adjust are grossly inadequate in light of unprecedented planetary shifts such as climate…

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Harvard Business Review: How has the past year changed you and your organisation?

Organisations can learn from anthropology in using the pandemic as a ‘liminal’ experience or time of trial, says Harvard Business Review article co-authored by Professor Jennifer Howard-Grenville of Cambridge Judge Business School. “The pandemic’s social and economic toll will be…

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Financial Times: Women in meetings should be heard as well as seen

Jennifer Howard-Grenville, Diageo Professor in Organisation Studies at Cambridge Judge Business School, comments on the importance of gender diversity in top management teams. Quoting the Cambridge Judge study that suggests diverse teams improve performance, Jennifer said: “You want people who…

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HR Daily Advisor: How finding the right culture match has changed in our remote world

Jennifer Howard-Grenville, Diageo Professor in Organisation Studies at Cambridge Judge Business School, comments on organisational culture in HR Daily Advisor. “Culture is the holistic and somewhat mysterious force that guides actions and interactions in the workplace,” she says. Read the…

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