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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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Female representation in top management

Firms that boost female representation at the top often use such 'organisational licencing' to become complacent in recruiting more women, says study presented at the inaugural Professor Sucheta Nadkarni Research Seminar. The study was presented 13 October at a webinar by co-author Dr Lionel Paolella, University…

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The Wo+Men’s Leadership Centre

One year on from the passing of Professor Sucheta Nadkarni, Cambridge Judge Business School ensures Sucheta's memory lives on with the continued work at the Wo+Men's Leadership Centre. Professor Sucheta Nadkarni Sucheta Nadkarni was the Sinyi Professor of Chinese Management…

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Gender diversity

Study co-authored at Cambridge Judge Business School says men and women working together on top management teams - not "the-more-(women)-the-better" - boosts firm performance. Why does gender diversity on top management teams (TMTs) improve company performance? A new study co-authored…

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Two Chinese businesswomen and their male colleague in an office.

Phys.org: Management gender diversity essential in adversity

A study led by the late Cambridge Judge Business School Professor Sucheta Nadkarni suggests that gender-balanced teams help businesses, especially in adverse times. The study led by the Wo+Men’s Leadership Centre examined 387 senior executive team members running 122 Chinese…

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Two new awards launched in honour of the late Cambridge Judge Professor Sucheta Nadkarni

The late Cambridge Judge Business School Professor, Sucheta S. Nadkarni, who sadly passed away in October 2019, has been honoured with the creation of two new awards. Professor Sucheta Nadkarni The Strategic Management Society has created the Sucheta Nadkarni Award…

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Investing in the future – what aspiring finance experts need to know

China, climate change and social virtue – a career in private  wealth/investment management is now about so much more than the figures. Investment expert and Cambridge MBA alumna Janet Mui (MBA 2010) gives an insight into the breadth and depth…

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Prospective bias

A 'prospective' motherhood penalty holds women back in the workplace regardless of their actual motherhood status, says new study from Cambridge Judge Business School in advance of International Women's Day. The workplace motherhood penalty has been well documented. A new…

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Two female entrepreneurs making Cambridge their new home

As we celebrate International Women’s Day 2020 and #CambridgeWomenCan we meet two female founders and discover why Cambridge is the right place for their start up journey. Image credit: Mon Breton Thabo Lennieye (MBA 2018) and Atiqah Zaki (MBA 2018)…

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