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Harvard Business Review: How 20th-century black business leaders envisioned a more just capitalism

Dr Leon Prieto and Dr Simone Phipps, Research Fellows at the Cambridge Centre for Social innovation co-authored an article about black business leaders in the United States in 20th century. “We believe that the cooperative advantage approach is an important…

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Forbes: The vaccine reputation war will only leave one winner: the virus

Dr Thomas Roulet, University Senior Lecturer in Organisation Theory at Cambridge Judge Business School, writes about the vaccine reputation war. He says that audiences seek consistency, and such bias can easily cloud their judgment on a large scale. “Whatever the…

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Forbes: Why leaders need to be more compassionate and benevolent

Dr Thomas Roulet, University Senior Lecturer in Organisation Theory at Cambridge Judge Business School, is quoted in the article looking at how organisations are shifting their cultures because of Covid-19. Deputy Director of the Cambridge MBA Thomas Roulet commented: “With…

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Forbes: Playing blame games is not only unethical, it is also the wrong way out of the Covid-19 mess

Dr Thomas Roulet, University Senior Lecturer in Organisation Theory at Cambridge Judge Business School, discusses what makes blame games possible and why they backfire, taking the example of the efforts to shift responsibilities for the slow Covid-19 vaccine rollout. “By…

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Financial Times: KPMG appoints first female leaders in shake-up after Michael furore

KPMG has appointed two female partners to run the company after previous chairman Bill Michael resigned. Bina Mehta, who is a Fellow in Entrepreneurship at Cambridge Judge’s Entrepreneurship Centre, will assume the role of chairman. Bina Mehta is the first…

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Andreas Richter shares insights on leadership in challenging times

As the COVID-19 emergency continues, our faculty keeps finding innovative ways to make a difference and to share their knowledge with those who might need it to become more resilient in an unpredictable world. Dr Andreas Richter, Reader in Organisational…

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Andreas Richter.

Forbes: It’s not just the anti-vaxxers: Why are so many people wary of Covid-19 vaccines?

Sunita Sah, KPMG Professor of Management Studies at Cambridge Judge Business School, discusses the reasons why people mistrust the Covid-19 vaccines and what could be done to overcome this. “Public endorsements of Covid-19 vaccines from trusted leaders from the same…

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Forbes: How visionary leadership can get us through the end of the tunnel

Dr Thomas Roulet, Senior Lecturer in Organisation Theory and Deputy Director of the MBA programme at Cambridge Judge, writes on how leadership help organisations get through the pandemic. “The end of this crisis is hopefully in sight,” he says. “Leaders…

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Leadership lessons in Lebanon

Dr Nasser Saidi says Lebanon needs reform and good government to turn the troubled country around. Dr Nasser Saidi, Founder and President of Nasser Saidi & Associates, believes that the Lebanese people have the skill and desire to turn their…

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Nasser Saidi.

IQ Magazine: Exploring the entrepreneurial mind

Bruno Cotta, Executive Director of the Entrepreneurship Centre at Cambridge Judge Business School, discusses the attributes of the next generation of leaders and managers. “Much of our understanding today about the psychology (and now physiology) of entrepreneurs has been informed…

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