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Finding love and worth at work

Amelia Dunlop, Chief Experience Officer at Deloitte Digital, bestselling author and Cambridge Judge Business School alumna (MBA 2003), shares her advice on the ‘worthiness gap’. Amelia Dunlop (MBA 2003) For Amelia Dunlop (MBA 2003), 27 May 2010 will always be…

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The EMBAs teaching the art of life or death decision making

Leading on the Frontline founders and Cambridge Judge Business School graduates tell of the trials and successes of setting up a new venture while undertaking their degree and working full-time. The word 'frontline' has never been more prominent. Throughout the…

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Financial Times: Business leaders feel pressure to keep their skills up to date

Stelios Kavadias, Margaret Thatcher Professor of Enterprise Studies in Innovation & Growth, Vice-Dean for Faculty and Co-Director of the Entrepreneurship Centre at Cambridge Judge Business School, comments on executives going back to the classroom, as they try to keep up…

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Executive Courses: Business schools enjoy resurgent demand for executive education

The pandemic dented revenues but there are signs of resurgent demand for training on an expanding array of topics and in new modalities, article says. Derrick Mabbot, Marketing Director at Cambridge Judge Business School, points to signs of recovery in…

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European Sting: 4 experts on how leaders can best respond to a changing global landscape

Thomas Roulet, Associate Professor in Organisation Theory and Deputy Director of the MBA Programme at Cambridge Judge Business School, co-authored this article in collaboration with the World Economic Forum, regarding the changing global landscape. Four Young Global Leaders share their…

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How a carbon reduction tool won UN award

David Orr, a Visiting Associate at Cambridge Judge, wins the UN Global Compact Sustainable Development Goals Pioneer for Climate Mitigation award.  David Orr, a Visiting Associate at Cambridge Judge Business School, has won the United Nations Global Compact’s SDG Pioneer…

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Cambridge study finds executive pay will be affected by climate change

A more holistic approach will be developed to link executive pay to climate-change metrics across the supply chain, says a new study by Dr Robert Ritz of Cambridge Judge Business School. A central challenge in designing executive-pay plans linked to…

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Cambridge study finds executive pay will be affected by climate change.

Cambridge Judge teaches post-pandemic leadership skills to World Economic Forum Young Global Leaders

Cambridge Judge Business School welcomed the Young Global Leaders of the World Economic Forum to prepare them for the post-pandemic world. Cambridge Judge Business School welcomed Young Global Leaders of the World Economic Forum for a one-week educational programme to…

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Cambridge Judge teaches post pandemic leadership skills to World Economic Forum Young Global Leaders.

Uniting for the planet’s future: business schools join forces to tackle climate change

Business Schools for Climate Leadership, a group of eight European business schools including Cambridge Judge, launches a second series of webinars to accelerate climate-change action. Business Schools for Climate Leadership (BS4CL), a group of eight European business schools including Cambridge…

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The Telegraph: Does power really corrupt? Why genetics could be behind politicians repeating career-ending mistakes

Thomas Roulet, Associate Professor in Organisation Theory at Cambridge Judge Business School and author of The power of being divisive, is among experts who believe people pursuing power could be genetically influenced to either seek authority directly or exhibit the…

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