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Gender studies

Ahead of Cambridge Judge Business School's Wo+Men's Leadership Conference, 7-11 June, a roundup of five recent Cambridge Judge studies on gender-related issues. The Wo+Men's Leadership Conference at Cambridge Judge Business School will be held 7-11 June, with keynote speakers Alison…

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Leading lights

Two Cambridge MBA students at Cambridge Judge Business School, Aaron D'Souza and Toni Thorne, are included in the 100 Best & Brightest MBAs list of business school publication Poets & Quants. Aaron D'Souza Two Cambridge MBA students at Cambridge Judge…

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Janet Mui: making sense of economic development and facing the future

As we launch the 2021 Wo+Men's Leadership Centre Annual Conference, we caught up with Cambridge MBA alumna Janet Mui, who is a speaker on the Equity, Diversity and Inclusion panel at this year's conference. Janet graduated from Cambridge Judge in…

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Janet Mui, MBA class of 2010.

Forbes: Women will come to the fore in the feeling economy

A study on gender diversity on executive teams co-authored by PhD student Shi Tang and the late Professor Sucheta Nadkarni of Cambridge Judge Business School quoted in Forbes article. The study says “men and women working together on top management…

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Forbes: Workplace equality improves when women mentor men

A study on gender diversity in organisations co-authored by PhD student Shi Tang and the late Professor Sucheta Nadkarni of Cambridge Judge Business School featured in Forbes. “In sum, the equal infusion of men’s and women’s social-role proclivities in top…

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Forbes: The complexities of applying for jobs when you’re a woman

A study on gender diversity in top management teams co-authored by Cambridge Judge Business School’s PhD student Shi Tang and the late Professor Sucheta Nadkarni featured in Forbes article. The study says men and women working together on top management…

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Financial Times: How MBA students have faced a year of uncertainty

Current student Hanna-Lil Malone talks about her experience studying MBA during Covid-19. As the head of Cambridge Judge’s Wo+Men’s Leadership group, Hanna said coronavirus pandemic “has encouraged creative thinking and, in turn, communication not just among students in her programme…

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Forbes: Five female leaders share their advice on how to be more financially savvy

Dr Jenny Chu, University Senior Lecturer in Accounting at Cambridge Judge Business School, comments on how women can be more financially savvy. “For those women with an ambition to be more financially savvy my advice would be to take stock…

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Business Weekly: Lonely Planet honours Footprint Cafes for transforming business travel

Footprints Café founded by Cambridge Judge alumna Georgina Hemmingway (PGDE 2014) won a Lonely Planet award for novel approach to business travel. Like Lonely Planet, Footprint is passionate about making tourism a force for good,” Georgina said. “We’re very grateful…

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Café sustainability

Footprints Café, a social venture supported by Cambridge Judge Business School, is included in the Lonely Planet Best in Travel List 2021 for its focus on community.  Georgina Hemmingway Footprints Café, a social venture in Cambodia founded by former Cambridge…

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