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Business Review Europe: CEOs? Publish and be damned!

More news about a company's chief executive - positive and not - is good news when it comes to the firm's valuation, according to a study at Cambridge Judge Business School. "The study shows that, in the long term, if…

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Hollywood and the MBA

Brett Granstaff, Cambridge MBA 2012, talks about film, financing and Cambridge. Brett Granstaff, Cambridge MBA 2012, spoke on 8 May to students in the MPhil in Management programme at Cambridge Judge, directed by Allègre Hadida, University Senior Lecturer in Strategy.…

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How technology has changed the game of creative production and consumption

Allègre Hadida hosted the Entertainment Master Class (EMC) at Cambridge Judge Business School earlier this year. Founded in 2008, the EMC is now established at Cambridge Judge as a peer-to-peer executive training academy for the television industry, and aspires to be…

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What happens in Cambridge … influencing creative industries management around the world

Google, YouTube, NBC Universal, National Theatre, National Trust, Art Finder, Saatchi & Saatchi - all homes to Cambridge MBA alumni who were prepared for a career in the global creative, arts and media industry by an unusual concentration of courses…

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What can the entertainment industry and business schools learn from each other?

Dr Allègre Hadida, University Lecturer in Strategy at Cambridge Judge, talks about the Entertainment Masterclass to be held in Cambridge in January 2014 and what business schools can learn from the entertainment industry. An interview with Conrad Chua, Head of…

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The perception of ‘performance’

Dr Hadida gets creative at a round table discussion to take place on 2 May Dr Allègre Hadida, from Cambridge Judge Business School, will be taking part in a Round Table discussion entitled 'Performance and its Contexts: Disciplinary Perspectives' this…

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John Witherow, The Sunday Times: A sign of the times

Not since Gutenburg invented the printing press in the 1450s has the world experienced such a defining shift in how people communicate with one another. The first book to ever be printed was the Bible in Latin, and now six…

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2010 podcast witherow a sign of the times

Professor Mathias Döpfner, Axel Springer: The secret to paid-for online content is quality

Not since Gutenburg invented the printing press in the 1450s has the world experienced such a defining shift in how people communicate with one another. The first book to ever be printed was the Bible in Latin, and now six…

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2010 podcast dopfner secret to paid for online content

Lord Wilson of Dinton, University of Cambridge: Power to the people!

Not since Gutenburg invented the printing press in the 1450s has the world experienced such a defining shift in how people communicate with one another. The first book to ever be printed was the Bible in Latin, and now six…

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2010 podcast wilson power to the people

Qiang Xiao, Professor Jaideep Prabhu and Sir Martin Rees: What future for the media?

Not since Gutenburg invented the printing press in the 1450s has the world experienced such a defining shift in how people communicate with one another. The first book to ever be printed was the Bible in Latin, and now six…

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2010 podcast prabhu xiao rees future for the media

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