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How aligned is your business partnership?

Companies feel betrayed when a business partner Just Isn’t That Into You (in the same way), says a new study co-authored by Paul Tracey of Cambridge Judge Business School. Suppose you meet a romantic partner whose identity, orientation and values…

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How aligned is your business partnership?

Businesses must back up their sustainability promises says new handbook

Businesses need to back up their 'exciting' narratives on sustainability with clear implementation, says a new Handbook on the Business of Sustainability co-authored by faculty and others at Cambridge Judge Business School. Businesses often have "exciting" narratives about sustainability but…

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Creative legitimacy

Social ventures in authoritarian countries should combine ‘protective disguise’ with ‘harmonious advocacy’, says study co-authored at Cambridge Judge Business School. Dr Jochem Kroezen Social ventures provide increasingly important services in countries seen as “authoritarian”, but have frequently aroused suspicion and…

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Social ventures can risk drawing dangerous attention from the government and police in authoritarian countries.

Overcoming UN sustainability obstacles

Four key blockages are preventing full implementation of the UN's Sustainable Development Goals, Professor Paul Tracey and Dr Neil Stott of Cambridge Judge Business School say in the School's inaugural Social Innovation Lecture. Professor Paul Tracey There are four key…

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Activism through ‘masking’

How can organisations disguise campaigns as grassroots movements to challenge protected practices? Paper co-authored at Cambridge Judge Business School on child marriage in Indonesia is named Best Article at Academy of Management annual meeting. How do organisations oppose practices that…

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EGOS honours

Two papers authored at Cambridge Judge Business School win top awards from the European Group of Organisational Studies (EGOS). Two papers authored at Cambridge Judge Business School – a historical study on the tobacco industry and research on disabled workers…

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Social mission

Professor Muhammad Yunus, who won a Nobel Prize for pioneering microcredit in Bangladesh, tells the CJBS Perspectives video series on leadership about how he was inspired to provide financial services to the excluded. Professor Muhammad Yunus, who won the Nobel…

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Impact and engagement at the Cambridge Centre for Social Innovation and Cambridge Social Ventures

Each of our research centres has unique ways to engage with non-academic organisations and, through that, to generate real world impact. Dr Belinda Bell This month we decided to share with you the work of the Cambridge Centre for Social…

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Dr Neil Stott

Focus on wellbeing

The coronavirus crisis provides a 'unique opportunity' to focus on health at the workplace, says Professor Dame Carol Black. The coronavirus crisis provides a "unique opportunity" to develop a broader focus on health and wellbeing at the workplace, Professor Dame…

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Professor Dame Carol Black talking about wellbeing at work.

Broadening perspectives

The contributions of black business and management leaders is the focus of the latest Social Innovation Think Tank webinar at Cambridge Judge.  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3_2FYU2j32o Watch the Social Innovation Think Tank webinar. The most recent episode of the Social Innovation Think Tank…

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