Faculty on the Executive MBA

We have around 70 full-time faculty members, whose cutting-edge research combines academia with practical business. The calibre of our faculty reflects the fact that Cambridge is one of the world’s top universities.


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    Khaled Soufani

    Management Practice Professor of Financial Economics & Policy

    PhD (University of Nottingham)

    Othman Cole

    Management Practice Associate Professor (Finance)

    PhD (University of Cambridge)

    Jochen Runde

    Professor of Economics

    PhD (University of Cambridge)

    Simon Learmount

    Associate Professor in Corporate Governance

    PhD (University of Cambridge)

    Daniel Ralph

    Professor of Operations Research

    PhD (University of Wisconsin)

    Professor Feryal Erhun

    Academic Co-Director, Wo+Men’s Leadership Centre

    Professor of Operations & Technology Management, Cambridge Judge Business School

    Professor Feryal Erhun is the Professor of Operations & Technology Management at Cambridge Judge Business School, University of Cambridge. She is the Academic Co-Director of the Wo+Men’s Leadership Centre at the School and a Co-Director of the Cambridge Centre for Health Leadership & Enterprise (with a focus on Equity, Diversity and Inclusion (EDI) in Healthcare).

    Feryal’s research interests include strategic interactions between stakeholders in supply chains, socially responsible operations, and healthcare operations. She is a strong proponent of practice-based research. Through collaborations with Intel Corporation, Cisco, Stanford University Medical Center, Public Health England and others, she has been able to combine her academic interests with stakeholders’ needs to deliver insights for both communities.

    Feryal is an editorial board member of Management Science and Manufacturing and Service Operations Management. She is a board member of the Production and Operations Management Society, and she has served as the President-elect (2020-2021) and the President (2021-2022) of the Manufacturing and Service Operations Management Society. During her presidency, she focused on increasing the transparency of academic institutions on EDI policies.

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    Andreas Richter

    Professor of Organisational Behaviour

    PhD (Aston University)

    Alberto Feduzi

    Management Practice Associate Professor

    Director, Master of Studies in Entrepreneurship Programme

    PhD (University of Cambridge)

    David Stillwell

    Professor of Computational Social Science

    PhD (University of Nottingham)

    Kamiar Mohaddes

    Associate Professor in Economics & Policy

    Deputy Director of the Cambridge Executive MBA Programme

    PhD (University of Cambridge)

    Michael Kitson

    Associate Professor in International Macroeconomics

    BA (University of Cambridge)

    Jochem Kroezen

    Associate Professor in International Business

    BA (HES Amsterdam), MPhil, PhD (Erasmus University Rotterdam)

    Dominique Lauga

    Professor of Marketing

    PhD (Massachusetts Institute of Technology)

    Patrizia Vecchi

    Assistant Professor in Organisational Behaviour

    PhD (Olin Business School, Washington University in St Louis)

    Philip Stiles

    Associate Professor in Corporate Governance

    PhD (University of London)

    Shazhad (Shaz) Ansari

    Professor of Strategy & Innovation

    PhD (University of Cambridge)

    Kamal Munir

    Professor of Strategy & Policy

    PhD (McGill University)

    Eden Yin

    Associate Professor in Marketing

    PhD (University of Southern California)

    Kishore Sengupta

    Professor of Operations Management

    MBA, PhD (Case Western University)

    Stylianos (Stelios) Kavadias

    Margaret Thatcher Professor of Enterprise Studies in Innovation & Growth

    PhD (INSEAD)

    Lionel Paolella

    Associate Professor in Strategy & Organisation

    PhD (HEC Paris)

    Please note that the list of faculty teaching on this programme is subject to change from year to year.

    It was not only the reputation of Cambridge, but the people who made the big difference – the personalised touch, the emphasis on the cooperative approach and the international focus. The best ambassadors of the programme were the previous students who talked to me about their experience.

    Maria Dominguez, Asset Manager SES, The Netherlands, EMBA 2010