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Poets & Quants: ‘A crucial role to play’: Top business school Deans share 2022 resolutions

Professor Mauro F Guillén, Dean of Cambridge Judge Business School, comments on resolutions for business education in 2022. He says this year ‘will be the year of being patient’: “After two years of pandemic, people are fatigued. So are companies…

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The Times: KPMG chair Bina Mehta vows to put auditor’s house in order

An interview with KPMG chair Bina Mehta, a Fellow in Entrepreneurship at Cambridge Judge's Entrepreneurship Centre. Ms Mehta, appointed to the role in February 2021, is the first non-executive chairwoman to lead KPMG UK in its 150 years history. (subs)…

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Executive Courses: Executive courses in crisis leadership

COVID-19 initially sparked great interest in crisis leadership training, but the lessons learnt will be valuable long beyond the pandemic, writes Seb Murray. Allison Wheeler-Héau, Director of Open Programmes at the Cambridge Judge Business School, says crisis leadership skills “are…

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Rowing forward

Four Olympic rowers who are current Cambridge MBA students share their thoughts with Jordan Cracknell, an MBA graduate of Cambridge Judge Business School who is married to double Olympic champion James Cracknell. Cambridge Judge Business School has welcomed students to…

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Close up of a men's quadruple skulls rowing team, seconds after the start of their race.

From the Olympics to business school – how four Olympians are steering their career with the Cambridge MBA

In the 2021 Cambridge MBA cohort, there are four elite Olympic rowers, all of whom have rowed for their countries. We find out how they intend to pivot their career with an MBA and bring some key leadership lessons from…

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Rowers looking focussed while training in the gym.

Pushing leadership off the pedestal: how we can all aspire to ‘wise’ leadership

The study of leadership has been a troubled discipline from an academic perspective. For many years, people have been trying to pin down the essence of leadership and have largely failed. Leadership has been likened to an abominable snowman –…

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Magellanic penguins heading out to sea for fishing on a sandy beach, Falklands.

Family business practitioners

The Family Firm Institute Global Conference featured keynote addresses from Christoph Loch and Stelios Kavadias of Cambridge Judge Business School. Professor Christoph Loch Family business leaders are known for taking a beneficial long-term approach, but better governance structures are needed…

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Couple working in their family cafe.

Executive Courses: Sustainability leadership courses go beyond the bottom line

Executive programs that focus on sustainability and responsible business are getting more and more popular writes Seb Murray in Executive Courses. Cambridge Judge Business School offers Circular Economy and Sustainability Strategies course where participants “increase their awareness about sustainability strategies,…

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Financial Times: European business schools join forces to offer free climate training

Cambridge Judge Business School joined seven other Europe’s leading business schools to create an alliance on training and research to tackle climate crisis. Business Schools for Climate Leadership (BS4CL) has launched at COP26 a toolkit of webinars and resources prepared…

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Executive Courses: Executive Education courses in positive leadership

Companies want leaders with a human touch, prompting business schools to roll out courses that nurture social and emotional skills to promote wellbeing and boost diversity, writes Seb Murray in the article for Executive Courses. Some business schools have launched…

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