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Jochem Kroezen

Creative legitimacy

Social ventures in authoritarian countries should combine ‘protective disguise’ with ‘harmonious advocacy’, says study co-authored at Cambridge Judge Business School. Dr Jochem Kroezen Social ventures provide increasingly important services in countries seen as “authoritarian”, but have frequently aroused suspicion and…

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Social ventures can risk drawing dangerous attention from the government and police in authoritarian countries.

Top 15 reads of 2021

The news and insight section of Cambridge Judge Business School’s website seeks a broad range of topics of interest to diverse audiences. In 2021, attention was focused on articles ranging from climate change to Bitcoin mining, and from career matters…

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Ideas for Leaders: Why craft is relevant (and needed) in today’s workplace

A study co-authored by Jochem Kroezen, Assistant Professor in International Business at Cambridge Judge Business School, explores the concept of the craft organisation of work “as musty history, presenting different configurations of craft that can offer solutions to challenges faced…

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IEDP: The return of craft work

A study on the concept of craft led by Dr Jochem Kroezen, University Lecturer in International Business at Cambridge Judge, is featured in the EDDP article. The study suggests that “taking a closer look at the concept of craft and…

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Cambridge Independent: From AI dysfunctions to privatisation debate

A recent summary of Cambridge Judge Business School research include studies on AI at workplace by Dr Stella Pachidi, privatisation and efficiency by Dr Kamal Munir, the concept of craft by Dr Jochem Kroezen, predicting energy use by Dr David…

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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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The Economist: Can human creativity prevent mass unemployment?

A study on craft co-authored by Dr Jochem Kroezen, University Lecturer in International Business at Cambridge Judge Business School, featured in the Bartleby column. The study examines “the idea of crafts as a way of remaking the organisation of work.”…

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Timeless ‘craft’

The concept of 'craft' is often narrowly applied to describe nostalgic approaches to work. But a new study led at Cambridge Judge Business School instead suggests that craft is better understood as a timeless alternative approach to any type of…

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Business opportunities and challenges in Brazil (The Cambridge Judge Business Debate podcast series)

Taxes and bureaucracy pose problems, but the investor climate has improved. Micheal Kitson This month's Cambridge Judge Business Debate podcast was recorded in Brazil, as part of the international business trip of the Executive MBA (EMBA) class of 2018 of…

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Small brewers show how craft principles could reshape the economy – but they’re under threat

By Dr Jochem Kroezen, University Lecturer in International Business at Cambridge Judge Business School, with co-authors Dr Maikel Kuijpers, Assistant Professor of the Archaeology of Early Europe at Leiden University, and Dr Catalin Popa, Postdoctoral Researcher in Archaeology at Leiden…

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