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Le Quotidien: Leadership: show wisdom

Navi Radjou, Fellow in Marketing at Cambridge Judge Business School, comments on wisdom in leadership. “Wisdom would be the first of all the virtues. It is at least the quality of someone who demonstrates a right judgment, sure, informed in…

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Cambridge Independent: Cambridge Judge Business School author is executive coaching star

Helena Kim, an executive coach and coaching psychologist at Cambridge Judge Business School, has published her first book on 6 October. The book entitled Soft Skills for Hard People: A practical guide to emotional intelligence for rational leaders offers guidance…

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Harvard Business Review (France): Wise leadership, the foundation of the 21st century business

Navi Radjou, fellow at Cambridge Judge Business School, writes about wise leadership and identifies key characteristics on how the wise leader can be recognised. After many years of research not a single leader was found who embodies the six dimensions…

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The Arts Sector needs to retain and attract talent to survive after COVID-19

The creative arts face a decade of recovery without strong leadership and talent retention. The Cambridge MBA is creating a fresh pipeline of leaders to lift the industry out of its COVID-19 slump. What will recovery look like?  Jeremy Newton,…

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MIT Sloan Management Review: Cooperative advantage: Rethinking the company’s purpose

Dr Leon Prieto and Dr Simone Phipps, research fellows at the Cambridge Centre for Social innovation co-authored an article in MIT Sloan management Review on cooperative advantage. “Pursuing a people-centered cooperative advantage can garner meaningful benefits for employees, customers, and…

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Financial Times: Business books: September edition

A new book by Dr Thomas Roulet, University Senior Lecturer in Organisation Theory at Cambridge Judge Business School, featured in the Financial Times. The book entitled The Power of Being Divisive, chosen as one of FT’s business books of September…

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Controversy pays

A new book by Dr Thomas Roulet of Cambridge Judge Business School outlines how generating negative feedback can be beneficial. Dr Thomas Roulet Being controversial can surprisingly yield positive results by opening up new opportunities, says a new book by…

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Personall & ledarskap: This is how the organisational culture is kept alive during the pandemic

Jennifer Howard-Grenville, Diageo Professor in Organisation Studies at Cambridge Judge Business School discusses organisational culture when working from home. Jennifer thinks that “it can take a long time before office workers are seen in the coffee room again and reminds…

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Broadening perspectives

The contributions of black business and management leaders is the focus of the latest Social Innovation Think Tank webinar at Cambridge Judge. Watch the Social Innovation Think Tank webinar. The most recent episode of the Social Innovation Think Tank…

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Gender and diversity

Paper by Yeun Joon Kim and Yingyue Luan of Cambridge Judge wins Faculty Transnational Research Award of the Academy of Management. A paper authored at Cambridge Judge Business School on how leaders adapt their behaviour based on their perceptions of…

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