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Kamal Munir

A negative ‘Kodak Moment’

A few days ago, Eastman Kodak filed for bankruptcy in the United States. Dr Kamal Munir, explains the reasons behind Kodak's demise Five years ago, Dr Kamal Munir, Reader in Strategy & Policy, Cambridge Judge Business School, who has followed…

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Pakistan’s troubled economy

The development of a clear industrial policy is key to reversing Pakistan's economic decline An advisor to the government of Pakistan on industrial policy says that the country must rid itself of its aid-fuelled, consumption-driven culture and rebuild its manufacturing…

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Microfinance under the microscope

How 'collective help' became 'collective debt' and the unintended consequences that followed The Microfinance Industry (MFI) has changed dramatically since it was hailed by world leaders like Bill Clinton and Tony Blair as the way to eliminate poverty. It is…

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A brave new world

In today's fast moving technological world, successful companies will be those brave enough to invest in start-ups and create their own competitors. Taking the example of Kodak, who floundered in the face of emerging digital technologies, Dr Kamal Munir, Reader…

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Why some technical decisions are too important to leave to engineers

In 1972, Polaroid launched the SX-70, the first fully integrated instant camera and film system, hailed by Fortune magazine as one of the greatest industrial inventions of the time. In achieving this amazing innovation, which made the cover of Life magazine, Polaroid…

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