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Focus on two awards named after late professor

Papers dealing with race, business and society win awards named after the late Professor Sucheta Nadkarni of Cambridge Judge, a champion of diversity who died three years ago. Professor Sucheta Nadkarni The 2022 winners of two awards named after the…

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Working Mums: Mental health at work in the wake of Covid

Dame Carol Black, Patron of the Women’s Leadership Centre and former Deputy Vice-Chancellor of Cambridge Judge Business School, speaks about the latest trends in mental health at work and about the longer-term impact of Covid. “The best way to get…

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In memory of Professor Sucheta Nadkarni

2022 award winners are announced for The Strategic Management Society’s Sucheta Nadkarni Award for Outstanding Publication on Women Executive Leadership, sponsored by Cambridge Judge, and The Phillips and Nadkarni Award for Outstanding Paper on Diversity and Cognition. It is three…

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Sucheta Nadkarni.

OSU Spears: The Strategic Management Society awards Dr. Lex Smith Washington

Dr. Lex Smith Washington, associate professor in the Department of Management, Spears Business, was the recipient of the 2022 Sucheta Nadkarni Award for Outstanding Publication on Women Executive Leadership for co-authoring the 2019 paper, Making the invisible visible: Paradoxical effects…

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EDI is about making our workplace a better place

Lionel Paolella, Associate Professor in Strategy & Organisation at Cambridge Judge Business School, shares his thoughts as the new Chairperson of the Equality, Diversity and Inclusion (EDI) Committee at Cambridge Judge. Lionel Paolella, Associate Professor in Strategy & Organisation at…

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Lionel Paolella.

How to overcome barriers to more successful EDI

A discussion panel at Cambridge Judge Business School explores how to overcome barriers to more successful EDI (equality, diversity, inclusion) strategies. Have we heard too many excuses for why EDI (equality, diversity, inclusion) strategies aren’t leading to the difference we…

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How to overcome barriers to more successful EDI.

International Women’s Day event

Networking event at Cambridge Judge Business School discusses the future of work: imagining a gender-free world. Maxine Nwaneri The fireside discussion held on International Women’s Day, Tuesday 8 March, was hosted by Dean Mauro Guillén of Cambridge Judge Business School…

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2022 International Womens Day panel event.

Poets & Quants: B-schools – leading or struggling on gender & race diversity?

New research from Cambridge Judge Business School looks at gender and racial diversity at 22 top US and UK business schools and finds that while B-schools are “strategically positioned to bring lasting change to the global corporate environment,” they still…

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Financial Times: Punishing failure, best economics teaching

White paper from Cambridge Judge Business School, examining diversity at the top 22 UK and US schools, is mentioned in this article on how to stop rewards for failure in the workplace. “While diversity in business schools is improving, gender…

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Top 15 reads of 2021

The news and insight section of Cambridge Judge Business School’s website seeks a broad range of topics of interest to diverse audiences. In 2021, attention was focused on articles ranging from climate change to Bitcoin mining, and from career matters…

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