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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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Microchip shortage a popular read

Article by Cambridge Judge lecturer and MBA alumnus Hamza Mudassir (MBA 2012) on how the world ran out of semiconductors was third most-read University of Cambridge article in The Conversation in 2021. An article on “How the world ran out…

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Formal and informal roles

Informal roles in top management teams can complement the formal structure but also cause conflict, says new review study co-authored by Professor Yasemin Kor of Cambridge Judge Business School. There has been abundant academic research on the formal role of…

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Formal and informal roles in management teams.

Forbes: Is work from anywhere here to stay?

Dr Allègre Hadida, Associate Professor of Strategy at Cambridge Judge Business School, comments on Adi Gaskell’s article on working from home for prolonged periods of time: "[The pandemic] has opened our eyes to the existence of this hidden pool of…

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The Conversation: Three ways for Sony to avoid getting left behind by Microsoft

Hamza Mudassir, Visiting Fellow in Strategy and alumnus (MBA 2012) of Cambridge Judge Business School, writes about Sony and what the company should do in response to Microsoft’s announcement of takeover of videogames maker Activision Bizzard. “Sony needs to move…

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FDI Intelligence: How streaming platforms are changing the geography of media investment

An article discussing how economic developers worldwide are capitalising on the “streaming wars” to promote investment, high-value-added job creation and cultural exports. "The new streaming models privilege more of a convenience logic [enabling consumers to watch content on a personal…

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GE’s grip on airlines

The breakup of General Electric shines a spotlight on GE's once-dominant role in the airline industry through aircraft leasing, engines and financing, says a new study co-authored at Cambridge Judge that examines "Why do unsuccessful companies survive?" The announcement this…

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The Times: Diversification is all the rage but isn’t it better to stick to the knitting?

Jaideep Prabhu, Professor of Marketing at Cambridge Judge Business School, comments on companies diversifying into new lines of business. According to Jaideep, “the academic literature strongly supports the notion that in developed markets, focus and sticking to the knitting produces…

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The Telegraph: New frontiers beckon for Amazon as Bezos heads up and away

Dr Thomas Roulet, University Senior Lecturer in Organisation Theory at Cambridge Judge Business School, comments on CEO handovers as Jeff Bezos is stepping down as Amazon’s Chief Executive. “They are facing huge hostility and they need to do something. Changing…

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Harvard Business Review: Circular supply chains are more sustainable. Why are they so rare?

An article on circular supply chains co-authored by Dr Khaled Soufani and Professor Christoph Loch published in the Harvard Business Review. “The bottom line, at least for the foreseeable future, is that making cyclical supply chains widespread will require that…

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