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February 2024

The Guardian | 23 February 2024

Seeing same GP ‘improves patient health and cuts workloads of doctors’ 

A study co-authored by Stefan Scholtes, Dennis Gillings Professor of Health Management at Cambridge Judge Business School, and two PhD graduates, is covered in The Guardian. The study analysed data from 10 million GP consultations and found that seeing the same doctor improves patient care and boosts doctors’ productivity. “The impact is substantial: it could be the equivalent of increasing the GP workforce by 5%, which would significantly benefit both patients and the NHS,” Professor Scholtes said. “Better health translates into less demand for future consultations. Prioritising continuity of care is crucial in enhancing productivity.” 

New York Times | 22 February 2024

Why Britain is struggling with nuclear power

Simon Taylor, Management Practice Professor of Finance at Cambridge Judge Business School, speaks to the New York Times about the UK’s struggle to build nuclear power infrastructure. “The U.K. and the U.S. have, in a sense, forgotten how to build nuclear power stations,” Simon said. “We may rebuild that knowledge, but it will take a long time.” 

Executive Courses | 21 February 2024

The role of executive education in fostering high-performance teams

Steven Gurdy, Interim Director of Open Programmes for Executive Education, Cambridge Judge Business School, is quoted in an article about executive education courses that cultivate innovation and high-performance teams. “These programs not only enhance the efficiency and productivity of team meetings in both virtual and traditional environments, but also equip individuals with effective strategies for managing remote teams and maintaining strong communication and organizational culture,” he said.  

Fortune | 16 February 2024

The bigger the age gap between managers and employees, the less productive they are, report shows

Thomas Roulet, Professor of Organisational Sociology and Leadership at Cambridge Judge Business School, comments on dealing with employer-employee age gaps and hoe people should to talk about this. “It is key to get the prejudice out in the open, [like] ‘Younger generations are lazy,’ and bust those myths,” Roulet says. “Help people better understand other generations’ approach to work, and get to uncover those invisible ways to think about how we interact and conduct tasks in an organisation.” 

The Telegraph | 15 February 2024

Being good-looking is a bad career move if you went to a lowly university

Christopher Marquis, Sinyi Professor of Chinese Management at Cambridge Judge Business School, comments on a study on education, beauty and jobs. “Basically, our findings suggest that the inconsistent signals sent by (conflicting) cues lead to more uncertainty for the evaluator and so a lower likelihood of that applicant being selected,” Christopher says. “Our study focuses not only on characteristics such as attractiveness and education, but how particular status combinations fit with the job context involved.” 

The Guardian | 15 February 2024

Rishi Sunak’s promise to grow the economy ‘in tatters’ as UK enters technical recession- as it happened

Michael Kitson, Associate Professor in International Macroeconomics at Cambridge Judge Business School, comments on Britain’s recession in The Guardian.

“Although the importance of the latest figures should not be exaggerated (especially as they are often revised), the data adds to the broader picture of economic malaise in the UK.  According to the IMF, the UK economy is expected to grow by only 0.6% in 2024, well below the growth rate of 1.5% for all the advanced economies. The Bank of England may give the economy a minor boost by reducing interest rates in 2024, but it must be emphasised that the Bank’s remit is to control inflation and not to stimulate growth.  Also, the Government has no coherent policy to grow the economy although it may resort to some tax cutting in advance of the general election to curry favour with the voters.”

Harvard Business Review | 14 February 2024

Nudging employees to make more sustainable choices

Professor Lucia Reisch co-authored an article on how Porsche used nudge management for more sustainable behaviour in convincing its “petrol-head” employees to instead drive electric vehicles. 

“When nudges are tailored to the respective corporate context, and when modes and timing of their placement are orchestrated in an intelligent way, they represent an effective and non-patronizing way of creating more sustainable employee behavior and, over time, have the potential to evolve an entire company culture — maintaining the unique heritage of the brand.” 

Forbes | 12 February 2024

Work, be my Valentine? 3 ways to fall back in love with your job

Thomas Roulet, Professor of Organisational Sociology and Leadership at Cambridge Judge Business School, writes about how to fall back in love with work.

Work can sometimes feel like a monotonous treadmill, draining our enthusiasm and leaving us yearning for the days when we were excited to tackle new challenges,” Thomas writes. “Rediscovering passion at work isn’t an elusive dream. By embracing autonomy, nurturing community, and mastering skills, you’ll transform your workplace into a canvas of inspiration. “

Les Echos | 7 February 2024

Thinkers50 Radar: Two Frenchmen in the 2024 list

Thomas Roulet, Professor of Organisational Sociology and Leadership at Cambridge Judge Business School, included in Thinkers50 Radar 2024 listing. The list features 30 management thinkers “whose work will shape the future of how organisations are managed and led.”

ProMarket | 6 February 2024

How companies should combat rage farming attempts

Alan Jagolinzer, Professor of Financial Accounting at Cambridge Judge Business School, co-authored an op-ed on “rage farming”. The article highlights “a dangerous trend of influencers who deliberately target corporations with disinformation, called “rage farming.” The authors use United Airlines to illustrate the damage this can cause to a business and argue that corporations should counter rage farming with proactive messaging rather than staying silent.” 

Business Insider | 5 February 2024

Bring back cubicles!

Thomas Roulet, Professor of Organisational Sociology and Leadership at Cambridge Judge Business School, comments on office cubicles and organisational culture in Business Insider article. Thomas said the cubicle’s return to offices “reflects a paradox in the modern workplace: the tension between building camaraderie and getting things done.” 

Poets & Quants | 4 February 2024

2023 most disruptive MBA startups: AVX, Cambridge Judge Business School

AVX startup founded by Cambridge MBA alumnus Virut Hemnilrat is featured in Poets & Quants article. Virut talks on how he got a business idea, his biggest accomplishments and how MBA programme has helped him with the startup.

January 2024

Executive courses | 31 January 2024

Top 10 executive education courses in human rights and sustainability

Cambridge Judge’s Executive Education course entitled Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) listed among top ten business school courses in sustainability. The article says: “This programme covers sustainable business strategies, impact measurement, and the integration of sustainability into organizational culture. It often includes practical exercises and case studies. A notable feature is that Cambridge’s programme provides a global perspective on sustainability, attracting a diverse group of participants from around the world.” 

Business Insider | 31 January 2024

Working for Google used to be ‘sexy and exciting,’ with a strong sense of security. Now, not so much.

Thomas Roulet, Professor of Organisational Sociology and Leadership at Cambridge Judge Business School, comments on psychological safety at work in relation to staff redundancies at Google. “Google was known for a long time as being the top company – everybody wanted to work there,” Thomas said. “Now, it’s flipped partly because of the rise of generative AI, which is really threatening some of the core businesses at Google.”

He added: “Working for Google is just not as sexy and exciting as it used to be, especially if you are at risk of being laid off anytime.” 

Reuters | 30 January 2024

HSBC failed to protect $142 billion in deposits, receives bumper fine

Thomas Roulet, Professor of Organisational Sociology and Leadership at Cambridge Judge Business School, comments bank failures in relation to HSBC recent penalty, in Reuters. He said ‘the prospect of bank failures and the implications of such events were only a distant possibility but should serve as “a wake up call” for customers.’ 

The Telegraph | 28 January 2024

How France left the British taxpayer on the hook as Hinkley costs go nuclear

Simon Taylor, Management Practice Professor of Finance at Cambridge Judge Business School, comments on the issues at Hinkley Point C. 

He thinks EDF’s reactor designs have “some fundamental flaws.” 

“The EPR or European Pressurised Reactor were designed to be incredibly safe, and to reassure people, after the Chernobyl disaster of 1986 but have turned out to be just much more difficult to build than anyone had expected,” Simon says. “The one at Hinkley is technically the fifth of its kind to be built. The first one is in operation but massively late. The second one in France is sort of commissioning now, but also very late. The two built by the Chinese came in behind time and are operating but they’ve had a few teething troubles.” 

The Conversation | 26 January 2024

Disinformation is often blamed for swaying elections- the research says something else

Magda Osman, Research Associate at Cambridge Judge Business School, writes about misleading and false information in political campaigns. “It would be naive to say that disinformation, such as political propaganda, doesn’t have any influence on voting. But we should be careful not to assign disinformation as the sole explanation for election results that go against predictions.” 

Forbes | 24 January 2024

The SEC’s bitcoin ETF approvals have forever altered the global monetary system

Bitcoin mining map produced by the Cambridge Centre for Alternative Finance, based at Cambridge Judge Business School, is quoted in Forbes article. “Indeed, despite the fact that China banned bitcoin mining in 2021, the Cambridge Centre for Alternative Finance estimates that roughly one-fifth of bitcoin miners’ electricity consumption still took place in the PRC in early 2022.” 

Business Insider | 20 January 2024

X is left with advertisers pushing dubious cryptocurrency and AI ‘undressing’ apps, users say after Musk’s outburst

Hamza Mudassir, Visiting Fellow at Cambridge Judge Business School, writes, comments about advertisements in X after some recent changes on the platform and controversies surrounding Elon Musk. There are some suspicious adverts across all social media platforms, Hamza says.    “However, I think the problem with X is that, because all of the large advertisers have effectively walked out, this is what you see in higher frequency, which basically produces a terrible time for genuine users on the platform.” 

FinTech | 18 January 2024

WEF and Cambridge University unveil Future of Fintech report

Report by the Cambridge Centre for Alternative Finance at Cambridge Judge Business School and the World Economic Forum, launched at 2024 Davos Annual Meeting, highlights underpinnings of growth and future challenges for the global fintech industry. “As the global fintech industry continues to grow and evolve, it is imperative that the pace of regulatory and supervisory innovation match that of financial innovation,” said Bryan Zhang, Executive Director and Co-Founder of Cambridge Centre for Alternative Finance. “This report highlights the importance of having an appropriate and adequate regulatory environment that is conducive for the scalable and sustainable development of fintech.” 

Financial Times | 15 January 2024

Best schools award: the educational institutions on a mission

Cambridge Judge Business School was Highly Commended its School-wide activities that demonstrate responsible approaches to business education. This category recognises “best business school demonstrating system-wide responsible business principles integrated throughout teaching, research, operations and student outcomes”. The Cambridge Judge entry outlined the School’s many activities – in programmes, research centres, operations and beyond – that responsibly contribute to a better society.

Financial Times | 15 January 2024

Academic research award: problem solvers for the planet

Financial Times announced Responsible Business Education Awards. Mark de Rond, Professor of Organisational Ethnography at Cambridge Judge Business School, was a winner in the Academic Research category for his study on the controversial practice of paedophile hunting. Professor de Rond found “that, while police broadly welcome citizen involvement in fighting crime, they think hunters are unhelpful — even given the evidence they collect. The police accuse hunters of acting on insufficiently robust information and jeopardising ongoing investigations.” 

Financial Times | 15 January 2024

Teaching award: innovating business schools push towards a brighter future

David Pitt-Watson, Fellow in Finance at Cambridge Judge Business School, and Dr Ellen Quigley, Principal Research Associate, Co-Director of Finance for Systemic Change, and Special Adviser to the Chief Financial Officer at the University of Cambridge, won win top award in the Teaching Award category of the Financial Times Responsible Business Awards. The course “departs from the conventional neoclassical approach to finance, which often treats environmental and social sustainability issues as add-ons. Instead, the Cambridge programme starts by exploring the purpose of the finance industry and scrutinises how well it fulfils this purpose ­— especially in the context of sustainability challenges such as climate change,” FT writes. 

Financial Times | 15 January 2024

European business schools dominate in sustainability awards

Cambridge Judge Business School did well in the third annual Financial Times Responsible Business Awards announced on 15 January. Professor Mark de Rond won top honours for his study on pedophile hunters in the FT Academic Research award category, and in the Teaching category the top place was for the course on the Purpose of Finance, developed by Cambridge Judge Fellow David Pitt-Watson and Ellen Quigley, who advises the University of Cambridge on responsible investing. In addition, Cambridge Judge was ‘Highly Commended’ in the School-wide category for a range of activities demonstrating system-wide responsible business principles integrated throughout teaching, research, operations and student outcomes. 

Financial Times | 12 January 2024

The Lex Newsletter: what Taylor Swift has to tell Boeing

Thomas Roulet, Professor of Organisational Sociology and Leadership at Cambridge Judge Business School, comments on reputational issues in the FT article about what Taylor Swift can tell aircraft maker Boeing. “By the time you unleash the crisis communication it is too late. You always have to go beyond in terms of correcting actions,” Thomas said. 

Induslens | 9 January 2024

Tech meets climate to pioneer climate solutions

David Reiner, Professor of Technology Policy at Cambridge Judge Business School, writes about the importance of climate technology innovation in India. Globally, we’re faced with an existential crisis in the form of climate change. We’ve been aware of it for many decades, but we’re finally seeing more focus on the part of entrepreneurs, investors and the private sector,” David says. “This surge in climate tech innovation in India, and across the world is aided by greater recognition of the urgency of climate change and growing enthusiasm for climate action amongst the youth in particular.” 

Poets & Quants | 6 January 2024

2024 MBAs abroad: Mathis Wong, Cambridge Judge Business School

Mathis Wong, a current MBA student at Cambridge Judge Business School, is featured in Poets & Quants article about studies abroad. “This surge in climate tech innovation in India, and across the world is aided by greater recognition of the urgency of climate change and growing enthusiasm for climate action amongst the youth in particular,” she said.

Poets & Quants | 6 January 2024

2024 MBAs abroad: Aria Nurfikry, Cambridge Judge Business School

Aria Nurfikry, a current MBA student at Cambridge Judge Business School, talks to Poets & Quants on why he has chosen to study in Cambridge. Beyond the learning culture, the UK is such a melting pot that attracts many amazing people from all parts of the world to study here. The network I am building at Cambridge Judge, as well as the things I am learning as part of a global MBA cohort, is one of the best things about my experience here in Cambridge. 

The Economic Times | 4 January 2024

To achieve net zero, companies must learn climate science

Jaideep Prabhu, Professor of marketing at Cambridge Judge Business School, talks about sustainable marketing, arguing that meaningful environmental, social, and corporate governance requires significant changes in companies. “Companies are increasingly being held to account globally not only for their financial performance and market share but their environmental and social impacts, grouped under ‘ESG’. There are growing concerns around businesses with a trajectory of maximising their financial performance at the cost of social and environmental factors. That is becoming less acceptable — and more traceable.”

BBC | 3 January 2024

Cambridgeshire firms banking on AI for dementia care and drugs

Supersense technologies startup, supported by the Entrepreneurship Centre at Cambridge Judge Business School, is featured in BBC article. The co-founders Dr Matt Ash and Dr James Brown have designed a device that can monitor a home and the person living there without invading their privacy. “We hope it will give people with dementia independence for longer and give their carers confidence”- Matt and James said. 

Poets & Quants | 1 January 2024

Cambridge Judge Dean: 3 areas of resolve for 2024

Professor Gishan Dissanaike, Interim Dean of Cambridge Judge Business School, shares reflections and aspirations for the upcoming year ahead. As we all look ahead to 2024, there are three key areas where we should all resolve to find solutions to help ensure a safer, more equitable and just society – revolving around sustainability, artificial intelligence, and diversity in all its forms.

December 2023

Poets & Quants | 31 December 2023

What Will B-Schools Prioritize In The New Year? These 2024 Predictions Offer Lots Of Clues

Two faculty members from Cambridge Judge Business School share their insights on trends and challenges for business education in 2024. 

Juliana Kozak Rogo, Management Practice Associate and Director of the MPhil in Management programme, commented: “Numerous pivotal trends and challenges lay ahead in 2024 as societies move further away from the pandemic. From supply-chain shocks and rebalances to sustained inflationary pressures, the ongoing normalisation of monetary and fiscal policies pose substantial impacts on worldwide economic recovery.” She added that business education plays “a key role in preparing leaders for these uncertain yet exciting times.”

Stella Pachidi, Assistant Professor in Information Systems, commented: “It is mind-blowing how much has changed this past year in the field of artificial intelligence, and Generative AI tools continue to improve – which will keep everyone on their toes for further developments in 2024. Organizational leaders across all industries are grappling with how emerging AI-based tools are about to shape how they create value for their customers and what this means for managing the workforce. With the integration of AI in Internet search, the web as we know it may completely change, and that will bring severe transformations in business models.”

BBC | 22 December 2023

Fenland workers earn £10k less than others in Cambridgeshire

Dr Graham Gudgin, research Associate at the Centre for Business Research based at Cambridge Judge Business School, comments on why people earn different wages in various parts of Cambridgeshire. He said wage differences “were reflective of the jobs in each area”,  with South Cambridgeshire condensed with high numbers of graduates and technology companies while in Fenland there is a “very large agricultural economy with food processing, with a lot of people on not much more than minimum wage.” 

Inavate | 19 December 2023

How VR redefines learning experiences

Allègre Hadida, Associate Professor in Strategy at Cambridge Judge Business School, talks about the role technology is playing in business education. “What I love about virtual reality from a research perspective is that you are creating a full-scale, benign behavioural lab,” she said. 

Los Angeles Review of Books | 18 December 2023

Capitalists inside a communist state: On two books and the puzzle of Chinese billionaires

A book entitled “Mao and Markets: The Communist Roots of Chinese Enterprise” co-authored by Christopher Marquis, Sinyi Professor of Chinese Management at Cambridge Judge Business School, is featured by Los Angeles Review of Books. “The idea of the straitjacketed tycoon, yearning for capitalism in communist China, is dismissed as a fantasy of a Western imagination—the same one that has predicted for decades that something or someone will soon liberalize China’s markets,” the article says. 

Fast Company | 17 December 2023

Storts Illustrated’s AI scandal highlights the need for authenticity in the LLM era

Hamza Mudassir, Visiting Fellow at Cambridge Judge Business School, writes an article in Fast Company where he draws out the common lessons between the AI revolution that we are seeing today and disruptive innovations from the past and the leanings we can use to better navigate the chaos. “Companies are better off running their AI transformations in bite-sized pieces, instead of going for a wholesale change. And always, authenticity and transparency are the only true currencies of success.” 

Los Angeles Times | 13 December 2023

Salesforce’s Marc Benioff is cashing out at rate of $3million a day

Alan Jagolinzer, Professor of Financial Accounting at Cambridge Judge Business School, on stock trades amounting to $3m per day by Salesforce co-founder and CEO Mark Benioff. “It’s important for CEOs and other executives to diversify and unload some of their shares, but they run the risk of violating insider trading rules or influencing the stock price if done all at once,” he said. That risk is significantly mitigated by trading every day because it subjects the sales to normal price movements,” Jagolinzer said. “Sometimes they trade advantageously and sometimes they don’t.” 

Financial Times | 13 December 2023

Stocks for the long run? Maybe

Research by Elroy Dimson, Professor of Finance at Cambridge Judge Business School, on investment returns is cited in an FT article about long-term stock performance. It says Professor Dimson has “for several years co-authored the finance industry’s definitive almanac of global long-run asset return data, stretching it back to the start of the 20th century. This work has provided a quantitative check to universalist beliefs in the dependability of equity outperformance.” 

Find MBA | 12 December 2023

The allure of pursuing an MBA in Europe

Conrad Chua, Executive Director of MBA at Cambridge Judge Business School, comments about specialisations of European MBA programmes. “For example, we have concentrations in digital business and entrepreneurship, a reflection of the rich tech ecosystem around Cambridge. Other examples of specializations in other programs include luxury goods management, and even wine making. This is a reflection of the wide range of economic expectations that different regions in Europe have,” Chua says. 

Financial Times | 6 December 2023

Alphaville: Further reading

Geoff Meeks, Emeritus Professor of Financial Accounting at Cambridge Judge Business School, discusses lessons from the accounting industry on regulating the water and sewage industry. British Politics and Policy blog at the LSE is referenced in the Financial Times article. 

November 2023

The Economist | 29 November 2023

An unruly OPEC is causing problems for Russia and Saudi Arabia 

A research paper on OPEC co-authored by Robert Ritz, Senior Research Associate at Cambridge Judge Business School, is quoted in the Economist article on oil prices. 

Forbes | 24 November 2023

Business and moral choice: Where do we stand?

Christopher Marquis, Sinyi Professor of Chinese Management at Cambridge Judge Business School, comments on why it’s important for companies to stand for their values, especially in this deeply polarized world. “In today’s era, market by the ubiquity of social media and deep political polarization, corporations find themselves in a precarious position. Avoiding politics is simply not an option. This shift from the traditional corporate stance of neutrality signifies an important transformation in recent years,” Chris says. “In the past, businesses could flourish while staying under the radar, but now they are often compelled to take public stands on social and political issues. This new reality, however, comes with its own set of challenges. Taking a stance can alienate certain stakeholders, potentially harming longstanding relationships and affecting the company’s broader reputation. Companies must now navigate this complex and often divisive landscape, balancing their public positions with the diverse perspectives of their stakeholders. 

The Telegraph | 23 November 2023

Do celebrity endorsements ever influence where we travel?

Vincent Mak, Professor of Marketing & Decision Sciences at Cambridge Judge Business School, comments on the role of celebrities in travel marketing. Professor Mak says technology has changed the way travel destinations are marketed: “Social media means that you can reach so many more people than a traditional campaign would. Just one Instagram post from a celebrity can mean so much more exposure than we were once capable of.”  

Asia Business Outlook | 23 November 2023

The role of technology in accelerating circular economy adoption

Khaled Soufani, Management Practice Professor of Financial Economics & Policy at Cambridge Judge and Director of the Circular Economy Centre at the Business School, comment about circular economy. “A great positive impact of a model like the circular economy would be innovation – it could be disruptive innovation, in a positive way.” 

Cambridge Independent | 23 November 2023

Wo+Men’s Leadership Centre’s annual conference at CJBS 

Jenny Chu, Associate Professor in Accounting at Cambridge Judge Business School and Fellow of the School’s Wo+Men’s Leadership Centre, talks about diversity in the investment management report she co-authored: “This report draws connections on diversity, equity and inclusion that have been little studied in past research,” Jenny says. “Whereas past studies have often focused on the link between gender and specific outcomes such as financial results, this study develops a fresh framework to examine the interaction between employee diversity, workplace experience and performance outcomes.” 

BBC | 19 November 2023

Politics East

Michael Kitson, Associate Professor in International Macroeconomics at Cambridge Judge Business School, comments on inflation, energy prices and the economic situation in the UK in relation to the upcoming Autumn Statement on BBC Politics East program. (starts at 3mins 48 secs) 

The Guardian | 17 November 2023

Can Lord Cameron of Chipping Norton make it as a comeback king?

Thomas Roulet, Professor of Organisational Sociology and Leadership at Cambridge Judge Business School, shares insights on what could be a “saviour strategy” commonly used by politicians when returning in response to David Cameron’s recent comeback as a foreign secretary. “First step: you fail miserably. Second step: you make yourself extremely scarce,” Thomas comments. “Third step: when the country and the party is in turmoil, and your personal and political brand directly fits with the needs of the time, there is a comeback opportunity. The ‘saviour’ … will be seen as having the expertise to manage turmoil and guarantee stability.” 

The New Yorker | 13 November 2023

The Mail: The Cost of Carbon

Chris Coleridge, Management Practice Associate Professor at Cambridge Judge Business School, writes a letter to the New Yorker in response to a recent article about carbon offsets. “Those who argue that carbon offsets channel resources to carbon-mitigation projects have got it wrong. The industry needs to be outlawed, not fixed; carbon taxes would have a much better chance of working, since governments’ drive for revenue would provide for stronger enforcement mechanisms,” Chris says. 

Find MBA | 13 November 2023

How to choose the right career path after your MBA

Sadia Cuthbert, Director of Careers at Cambridge Judge Business School, shares some tips on how to choose the best career after MBA studies.“A key element to success in careers is knowing about yourself, your values and what is important in your life,” Sadia says. “When these values are aligned with careers, there is greater long-term career fulfilment.” 

Management Today | 13 November 2023

Are insider or outsider CEOs best for growth?

A study on CEOs hires co-authored by Yasemin Kor, Beckwith Professor of Management Studies at Cambridge Judge Business School, is featured in the article. The study found that recruiting a CEO internally can lead to a greater growth opportunities. 

BBC | 10 November 2023

The Real Story: The Future of Work

Professor Brendan Burchell from the Centre for Business Research talks about advantages of a four-days working week, including increased performance, motivation, and a lower people turnover. Professor Burchell says there are enough evidence that this format could work in a lot of different companies, based on the research he led where a shorter work week was trialled in civil service offices. (starts at 3mins 30secs) 

Clear Admit | 9 November 2023

Real Humans of the Cambridge Judge MBA Class of 2024

Six students from the current MBA class (MBA 2023) at Cambridge Judge Business School are featured in Clear Admit article. Alexandra Boustany, Duncan Cunninghame, Griffin Solot-Kehl, Rebecca Gatto, Sarah Al-Kandari and Vimal Lamba- share their thoughts about why they chose to study in Cambridge, their post-studies career interests and what surprised them about Cambridge Judge.

Executive Courses | 8 November 2023

The importance of networking in executive education

Networking brings long-term benefits for participants in executive education. “It can enrich discussions, broaden perspectives, and unite a cohort in the short term. It can also create lasting relationships that can lead to new roles and career opportunities, enable knowledge sharing, and provide a support system of trusted peers in the long term,” says Allison Wheeler-Heau Director of Open Programs at Cambridge Judge Business School. “Sharing knowledge, challenges and experiences can all make for a more rounded learning experience. You can connect with your cohort on platforms like LinkedIn and take advantage of any groups that are set up. Additionally, try to attend reunions or follow-up programs which provide valuable opportunities to build long-term connections,” adds Erin Hallett, Director of Custom Programmes at Cambridge Judge. 

The Economist | 6 November 2023

Boss class: Inside the yellow line

Mark de Rond, Professor of Organisational Ethnography at Cambridge Judge Business School, talks about building high-performing teams, in a new edition of the ‘Boss Class’ podcast by The Economist. Professor de Rond studies how teams behave in extreme conditions and has spent some time in Camp Bastion in Afghanistan. Starts at 10mins 10secs.

Financial Times | 6 November 2023

Letter: Law firm gender progress is not quite what it seems

Lionel Paolella, Associate Professor in Strategy & Organisation at Cambridge Judge Business School, has a letter published in the Financial Times on gender progress in law firms. “In our recent study of 167 top US law firms (co-authored with colleagues from the HEC Paris business school), we found that firms may recruit more females to match the gender-parity expectations of prospective clients but this often shows up only in the non-equity ranks of two-tiered firms,” Lionel writes. “So while such two-tiered firms may use gender diversity to help their competitive position with clients, this often occurs without disrupting what we termed the “top echelons” of the partnership.” 

The Conversation | 2 November 2023

The future of medicine: 50-year forecast offers hope for HIV and cancer patients and predicts climate change to increasingly set agenda

An article co-authored by Cambridge Judge Business School’s faculty- Ahmed Khwaja, Professor of Marketing, Business & Public Enterprise, and Shasha Lu, Associate Professor in Marketing – looks at global health and medicine in the future and what role technology will play.   

Sky News | 1 November 2023

Elon Musk tells Sky News AI is a ‘risk’ to humanity

Michael Barrett, Professor of Information Systems & Innovation Studies at Cambridge Judge Business School, commented on Sky News on the role of Elon Musk at the UK AI Safety Summit taking place on 1-2 November at Bletchley Park. “By Mr Musk coming, the summit gets two birds with one stone: a global perspective at the event and a key stakeholder who needs to be in effective dialogue with other stakeholders on issues of AI safety,” he said. 

October 2023

Harvard Business Review | 30 October 2023

Get more funding for your R&D initiatives

Christoph Loch, Professor of Operations and Technology Management and Haijian Si, a Business Doctorate candidate at Cambridge Judge Business School, co-authored an article about funding R&D initiatives for businesses. There are some reasons why businesses are careful about sharing information, but authors argue that “companies could benefit from sharing progress with their project pipelines and communicating their decision-making progress.” 

The Economist podcast | 30 October 2023

Boss Class: testing, testing

David Stillwell, Professor of Computational Social Science at Cambridge Judge Business School, talks about the data involved in hiring decisions, in a new edition of the ‘Boss Class’ podcast. 

The Economic Times | 26 October 2023

Public support for low carbon projects is based on trust in companies developing these- and the regulatory enforcement regime

David Reiner, Professor of Technology Policy at Cambridge Judge Business School, comments on factors affecting trust in low carbon technology. “If the company is less trustworthy, known or liked, people are less likely to support its investments — also, if you believe in the regulatory enforcement regime to be accountable and effective, you would back such strategies,” David says. 

Harvard Business Review | 24 October 2023

Moving beyond stage-gate project management

Christoph Loch, Professor of Operations and Technology Management and Haijian Si, a Business Doctorate candidate at Cambridge Judge Business School, discuss a new approach to managing large projects. “The traditional stage-gate process requires companies to use a set of disciplined and strict tools and practices to carry out non-routine activities that do not fit into their own existing standard processes. By applying stage-gate methods, a company can add some flexibility to its process repertoire but at the same time ensure control,” the article says.   

The Conversation | 23 October 2023

X/Twitter: Imposing a US$1 bot tax on new customers will only make the platform’s problems worse

Hamza Mudassir, Visiting Fellow at Cambridge Judge Business School, writes about X/Twitter’s subscription plan aiming to tax new users and why this is not going to work. “While bots are a very real issue, X’s “bot tax” is not the best way forward. This is akin to a government raising taxes on tax-paying citizens because it is incapable of getting tax avoiders to pay their share.” 

Poets & Quants | 19 October 2023

It’s here: How b-schools have ‘steadily & cautiously’ integrated Ai into their curricula

Cambridge Judge Business School faculty- Professor Jaideep Prabhu, Professor Thomas Roulet and Assisatn Professor Stella Pachidi- comment about artificial intelligence (AI) integration in business school curricula. “We want people to think critically. We want them to develop the skills to become able to assess the situations they will face in their organizations and that is not at all impacted by ChatGPT, Stella said. 

Harvard Business Review | 17 October 2023

HBR IdeaCast: Tools for managers to help employees with their mental health challenges

Thomas Roulet, Professor of Organisational Sociology and Leadership at Cambridge Judge Business School, discusses ways on how managers can help staff address anxiety or depression. Mental health is becoming more and more important topic at work and managers need to be able to support employees, Thomas says. 

Poets & Quants | 13 October 2023

Meet McKinsey’s MBA class of 2022: Alexander Schrurer

Cambridge Judge Business School MBA student Alexander Schrurer (MBA 2022) is featured in Poets & Quants article. Here Alexander shares his thoughts about working at McKinsey, his professional accomplishments and why he chose to study in Cambridge Judge. “Enriching experiences across various aspects, such as college life, the business school, the MBA cohort, and the broader university made it a unique and appealing choice for me.” he says. “Interacting with people from diverse academic disciplines, including professors, PhDs, and undergraduate students, enriched the intellectual atmosphere.”  

Forbes | 11 October 2023

One year after the merge: Sustainability of Ethereum’s proof-of-stake is uncertain

The Cambridge Centre for Alternative Finance , based at Cambridge Judge Business School, is cited as a “leading source for crypto sustainability data” in an article on cryptocurrencies. 

Financial Times | 5 October 2023

The looming data centre crunch

Research by the Cambridge Centre for Alternative Finance (CCAF) on electricity use from Bitcoin mining is cited in the Financial Times. “Bitcoin mining and trading consumed almost triple the electricity of the entire island of Ireland last year”, according to the CCAF estimates. 

Poets & Quants | 4 October 2023

The favourite MBA Professor of the Class of 2023

Gishan Dissanaike, Interim Dean and Adam Smith Professor of Corporate Governance at Cambridge Judge Business School, is among favourite MBA professors in the Poets & Quants article. “My favourite professor from the Business School MBA programme has been Gishan Dissanaike from Corporate Finance. He explained everything in such a clear and applicable manner. I feel that this professor could teach the fundamentals to an average level student, or really advanced structured material to the highest levels. And I also believe this lecture has been the one I learned the most, said Cambridge MBA student Pablo Valdés Fernández Del Valle. 

CNBC | 1 October 2023

Bill Ackman reportedly said he would ‘absolutely’ do a deal with X with his new SPARC funding vehicle

Alan Jagolinzer, Professor of Financial Accounting at Cambridge Judge Business School, comments on reports that investor Bill Ackman may link up with Elon Musk’s X (formerly Twitter).

September 2023

Harvard Business Review | 28 September 2023

3 ways to prepare for the future of work

Jennifer Howard-Grenville, Diageo Professor in Organisation Studies at Cambridge Judge Business School, co-authored an article in Harvard Business Review on the who, what and why of the future of work, and the need to create a “new sense of normal” in these challenging times. “Leaders should remind employees of the best aspects of their organization’s past, to reaffirm their cultural identity and to provide a firm base from which to build a collective future,” she writes. 

Executive Courses | 27 September 2023

A sustainable future: Executive courses in human rights and sustainability 

Allison Wheeler-Heau, Director of Open Programs at the Executive Education division of Cambridge Judge, comments on course “Environmental, Social and Governance Leadership: A Pathway to Business Sustainability”. “We find the main challenges facing participants to be the balance between shifting their organizational mindset and undertaking short-term revenue-generation activities,” she says. “We strive to showcase instances of ESG implementation that help businesses accomplish both objectives. In essence, shareholder return can no longer take precedence if an organization wants to prosper in the future.” 

World Economic Forum | 25 September 2023

Three insights for more successful digital and financial initiatives

Bryan Zhang, Jill Lagos Shemin and Hunter Sims from Cambridge Centre for Alternative Finance at Cambridge Judge Business School co-authored an article on website about digital financial services. “Digital financial services can be an effective driver of financial inclusion, especially in developing nations where most adults have better access to a mobile phone than a bank. Financial inclusion, in its entirety, is access to, and use of, quality, affordable financial products and services that lead to financial wellbeing.” 

Financial Times | 21 September 2023

Who’d invite the boss to dinner?

Thomas Roulet, Associate Professor in Organisation Theory at Cambridge Judge Business School, comments about dining at an employee’s house and how that can affect work relationships, especially when managers need to give feedback. “Many bosses and their employees end up in a ‘friendship trap’,” Thomas said. “Bosses become afraid to lead and constrain because it could jeopardise the friendship, while employees are more likely to take it personally if they receive negative feedback.” 

Harvard Business Review | 20 September 2023

E-commerce platforms must prioritize the consumer influencer relationship

Christoph Loch, Professor of Operations and Technology Management and Haijian Si, a Business Doctorate candidate at Cambridge Judge Business School, co-authored an article about content-based platforms in China, published in Harvard Business Review. “In China, content-based platforms are generating a growing proportion of e-commerce, presenting a growing threat to established platforms like Alibaba and JD.com,” the article says.  “Are the big retail platforms ready for this new model?” 

Find MBA | 11 September 2023

Mastering MBA admissions: from waitlist to acceptance

Admissions experts from various business schools share insights on how to navigate MBA  acceptances and rejections. “Most business schools don’t provide individual feedback on rejections, so it can be challenging to work out why you weren’t accepted,” says Charlotte Russell-Green, Head of MBA Recruitment and Admissions at Cambridge Judge Business School. “One thing you can do is ask someone that you know who is impartial and good at constructive feedback to take a look at your application and give you their honest opinion. If that’s not an option, admissions consultants are a fantastic resource for candidates who are unsuccessful and want to regroup. 

Channel 4 | 7 September 2023

Far reaching effects on refugees’ mental health due to complicated asylum system

Professor Simon Deakin from the Centre for Business Research (CBR), Cambridge Judge Business School, talks about the mental health crisis facing refugees seeking asylum in the UK. A new report, led by academics at the Centre for Business Research shows “how the ongoing asylum crisis has exposed the fragility of frontline mental health and public services as well as the double standards which have been applied in the treatment of displaced people from the Ukraine and those from the Middle East.” The report authors offer a portfolio of practical policy options and research recommendations to tackle mental health and public service issues facing both local UK populations and asylum seekers. 

Forbes | 1 September 2023

Back To Work After A Holiday? How To Avoid The Post-Vacation Depression

Thomas Roulet, Associate Professor in Organisation Theory and Deputy Director of the MBA Programme, wrote this article on why we may feel blue after a holiday away from work and ways to combat the post-vacation depression. 

Poets & Quants | 1 September 2023

Women At The Leading U.S. & Global MBA Programs: Why The Numbers Keep Rising

This article flaunts the rise in female admissions to ‘Forté Business Schools’, as “in a little more than a decade, women’s full-time MBA enrollment at Forté schools climbed nearly 10%, from 31.8% in 2011.” For example the percnetage of women enrolled on Cambridge Judge Business School’s MBA programme in 2020 was 47%, up from 43% in 2021.

Harvard Business Review | 1 September 2023

A new approach to strategic innovation

Christoph Loch, Professor of Operations & Technology Management, and Stelios Kavadias, Margaret Thatcher Professor of Enterprise Studies in Innovation & Growth, co-authored an article on strategic innovation in Harvard Business Review.  

Harvard Business Review | 1 September 2023

Helping an employee in distress

Managers shouldn’t try to be therapists, but they should know the basics of mental-health first aid, says an article co-authored by Thomas Roulet, Associate Professor in Organisation Theory at Cambridge Judge Business School. 

August 2023

Poets & Quants | 24 August 2023

Lifetime Learning: What Cambridge Judge Is Doing Online

Conrad Chua, executive director of the Cambridge MBA at the University of Cambridge Judge Business School, is interviewed in this article giving more information about a Cambridge Judge livestream seminar series called “The Balance Sheet,”. Which features faculty and alumni discussing various topics, which is freely accessible to everyone and promoted through newsletters to alumni. 

Cambridge Independent | 24 August 2023

Ambika’s fantasy trilogy wins over top publisher

Ambika Vora-Nagino, alumna of Cambridge Judge Business School, has written a fantasy trilogy and successfully secured a pre-emptive US book deal. The first novel is due to be published next year by GP Putnam’s Sons, an imprint of Penguin Young Readers Group. Ambika talked to Cambridge Independent about writing and how she used her skills from pharma consulting job to write the book.  

The Economist | 24 August 2023

El Niño and global warming are mixing in alarming ways

A study “Fair Weather or Foul? The Macroeconomic Effects of El Niño” co-authored by Dr Kamiar Mohaddes, Associate Professor in Economics & Policy at Cambridge Judge Business School, is covered in The Economist. Kamiar says the study shows that there are considerable heterogeneities in the responses of different countries to El Niño shocks. While Australia, Chile, Indonesia, India, Japan, New Zealand and South Africa face a short-lived fall in economic activity in response to an El Niño shock, for other countries (including the United States and European region), an El Niño occurrence has a growth-enhancing effect. We also show that generally—but not always—El Niño events tend to be inflationary as both energy and non-fuel commodity prices increase. However, on net, an El Niño year is positive for the global economy. 

Poets & Quants | 20 August 2023

2023 MBA To Watch: Anthony Adhinata Tjong, Cambridge Judge Business School

Anthony Adhinata Tjong, from the MBA programme (MBA 2022) at Cambridge Judge Business School, is featured in this fact file for Poets & Quants.  

Financial Times | 17 August 2023

Lex in depth: how investors are underpricing climate risks

A study on climate smart sovereign credit ratings co-authored by Dr Kamiar Mohaddes, Associate Professor in Economics & Policy at Cambridge Judge Business School, is covered in Financial Times’ Big Read- Climate change. Many argue that climate-related risks will only materialise many decades from now, but using AI to construct climate smart sovereign credit ratings we show climate-driven downgrades within this decade, Kamiar says.

The Newsweek | 12 August 2023

Why Disney can’t make hits like it used to

Allègre Hadida, Associate Professor in Strategy at Cambridge Judge Business School, comments on Disney’s recent box office woes. “The rising cost of living means people will more likely wait to watch a title on Disney+, especially because of the convenience of being able to watch “ATAWAD (anytime, anywhere, on any device),” she said. “This effect may be amplified as purchasing power is affected by high inflation rates.” 

Reuters | 7 August 2023

Climate change puts sovereigns at downgrade risk, study finds

A study on the impact of climate change on economic growth and the sovereign debt market co-authored by Dr Kamiar Mohaddes, Associate Professor in Economics & Policy at Cambridge Judge Business School, is featured in Reuters article.

Poets & Quants | 2 August 2023

The Best & Brightest Executive MBAs of 2023

Erica Maddox and Ryan Elbert, both from the current Executive MBA class at Cambridge Judge Business School, are featured in the article.

Cambridge Independent | 2 August 2023

Cambridge Disinformation Summit musters interdisciplinary ethos – and sets up future agenda

The inaugural Cambridge Disinformation Summit, organised by Alan Jagolinzer, Professor of Financial Accounting at Cambridge Judge Business School, offered “a global interdisciplinary perspective on the disinformation landscape.” Summarising the event Professor Jagolinzer said it was a great success, with some follow-up projects as a next step. 

Stanford Social Innovation Review | 1 August 2023

Unlocking the innovation potential of biocultural capital

Jaideep Prabhu, Jawaharlal Nehru Professor of Indian Business & Enterprise at Cambridge Judge Business School, co-authored an article about biocultural innovation. “To create a more resilient and equitable world, the fragile potentiality of our planet’s biological and cultural diversity must be converted, conserved, and constructed,” the article says.

Bloomberg | 1 August 2023

Ratings firms struggle with climate risk in $133 trillion market

An upcoming study on climate smart sovereign credit ratings co-authored by Kamiar Mohaddes, Associate Professor in Economics & Policy at Cambridge Judge Business School, is quoted in Bloomberg.

July 2023

Business Cool | 31 July 2023

TikTok: hyper-remuneration of creators, a sustainable model?

Allègre Hadida, Associate Professor in Strategy at Cambridge Judge Business School, comments on TikTok content: “TikTok almost always offers the same content to the same people, with only a small part of surprise. And in an environment in which content creators are one day creators, one day consumers, what effects does such closure have on them? How will their creativity be affected, will there only be room for that creativity?” 

The Guardian | 30 July 2023

Radical ways to fix the Earth: are they magic bullets or just band-aids?

David Reiner, Professor of Technology Policy at Cambridge Judge Business School, comments on climate change: “The problem is that climate change itself is already one huge experiment on our planet,” . “Now we are trying to combat that experiment with other experiments. That will have unknown consequences.” 

Khaleej Times | 30 July 2023

Defaulting to plant-based foods

Lucia Reisch, El-Erian Professor of Behavioural Economics & Policy at Cambridge Judge Business School, writes about switching to a plant-based diet to help tackle climate change. “Presenting sustainable meals as easy and attractive, including changing the order and scale of plant-based options in buffets, has been shown to influence food choices.”

Financial Times | 18 July 2023

Accounting firms accused of missing climate risks in company audits

David Pitt-Watson, Visiting Fellow at Cambridge Judge Business School, comments on accounting issues related to climate change. “We will have fossil assets which are overvalued, and companies not providing for clean-up costs, creating the sort of financial risks which accounting and audit aim to protect against,” he said. 

Cyprus Business News | 17 July 2023

A new experience in executive education

A conversation between Allison Wheeler-Héau, Director of Open Programmes at Cambridge Judge Business School’s Executive Education and Yangos Hadjiyannis, CEO of CIM-Cyprus Business School, about the recent partnership. Speaking about the benefits of professional education, Allison said: “Stepping away from the treadmill and immersing oneself in a city like Cambridge, which is so conducive to learning, is a marvellous way to refresh one’s thinking, be energised and, importantly, devote time to oneself!”

Bristol Business News | 17 July 2023

Top social enterprise award recognises ‘extraordinary’ founder of Bristol youth social enterprise

Poku Osei, the founder and CEO of Babbasa, won a Cambridge Social Innovation Award for transforming the lives of young people from ethnic minority and low-income backgrounds. The prize is awarded to 5 exceptional social entrepreneurs every year by Trinity Hall and the Cambridge Centre for Social Innovation at the University of Cambridge Judge Business School. Cambridge Centre for Social Innovation executive director Nicole Helwig commented: “On this the fifth anniversary of the Cambridge Social Innovation Prize, we are thrilled to celebrate 5 outstanding individuals.” 

Cambridge Independent | 15 July 2023

Organiser of first Cambridge Disinformation Summit says ‘shared learning’ can reduce ‘societal damage of chaos actors’

Alan Jagolinzer, Professor of Financial Accounting at Cambridge Judge Business School, talks about disinformation and why it’s important. Professor Jagolinzer has organised the first Cambridge Disinformation Summit taking place on 27-28 July, bringing together speakers from fields like Journalism, finance, technology and healthcare. “One of the reasons why there is greater urgency is because I’m sensing that in these [far right] political movements generally there’s a mood to shut down these discussions, because I think they feel threatened,” Alan says.

Business Because | 12 July 2023

How is AI changing the business school experience for students?

Michael Barrett, Professor of Information Systems & Innovation Studies at Cambridge Judge Business School, comments on the ethical and copyright issues in the use of artificial intelligence in business education. “ChatGPT in some ways provides amazing human-like replies, and what I wrestle with ethically is the idea of how it can be used to create very believable but inaccurate or misleading pieces of content – which can lead to disinformation and misinformation in a way that we haven’t seen before,” Michael says. “This is a very interesting ethical and social dimension that will play out, and there’s no doubt that regulators will be involved in this.” 

Business Because | 11 July 2023

Will AI transform the business school classroom? It already is

David Stillwell, Professor of Computational Social Science and Academic Director of the Psychometrics Centre at Cambridge Judge Business School comments on how ChatGBT is used in the classroom. “Ultimately, I want the students to learn how to do practical machine learning, but they’re not software engineers or computer scientists so I don’t need them to write code from scratch. This year I have incorporated ChatGPT into the teaching, as it can explain and provide examples for the Python code I provide them with, and can be used to generate new code.”

Poets & Quants | 11 July 2023

EMBA Spotlight: Cambridge Judge offers more flexibility with its new Global EMBA

The article highlights the new Global Executive MBA at Cambridge Judge Business School. The second of it’s kind worldwide, this partially online course will change the way for international studying. Simon Taylor, Management Practice Professor of Finance and Director of the Global EMBA, is interviewed on the different EMBA options at Cambridge Judge.

Harvard Business Review | 7 July 2023

How managers can dismantle “benevolent marginalization”

Shahzad Ansari, Professor of Strategy & Innovation at Cambridge Judge Business School, co-authored an article about overcoming invisible gender and other biases in organisations.  “Benevolent marginalization manifests as subtle discrimination that impacts various groups and makes them unlikely to intervene or dissent, thereby hindering their advancement and perpetuating organizational inequality,” the article says.

Financial Times | 7 July 2023

Bond bull markets: lessons from the past

Credit Suisse Global Investment Returns Yearbook, co-authored by Professor Elroy Dimson, Chairman of the Centre for Endowment Asset Management (CEAM) at Cambridge Judge, is quoted in the FT article about government bonds.

Forbes | 7 July 2023

Everything you need to know about Bitcoin and the environment

This article uses findings from the Cambridge Centre for Alternative Finance (CCAF) at Cambridge Judge Business School to try and decipher the environmental impact of Bitcoin. It quotes: “the CCAF has determined that the bitcoin industry uses a significant amount of renewable energy, sometimes more than half, depending on the jurisdiction.”

Financial Times | 6 July 2023

Business school research round-up: sustainability

A study looking at long-term macroeconomic effects of climate change co-authored by Kamiar Mohaddes, Associate Professor in Economics and & Policy at Cambridge Judge Business School, is featured in the FT. The authors analyse “the long-term impact of climate change on economic activity, including its negative effects on labour productivity, the slowing of investment and the damage to human health.” (subs)

Newsweek | 4 July 2023

Worker’s response to boss asking him to ‘jump through hoops’ applauded

Thomas Roulet, Associate Professor in Organisation Theory at Cambridge Judge Business School, was quoted in Newsweek for his opinion on a Reddit post which went viral about an employee not being able to get their paid time off before quitting. Roulet coined term ‘revenge management’ was used to explain the scenario.

The Conversation | 4 July 2023

Medicine: how will we be treated in 50 years?

The article co-authored by 7 academics including 2 from Cambridge Judge Business School- Ahmed Khwaja, Professor of Marketing and Shasha Lu, Associate Professor in Marketing- claims that the pandemic has highlighted flaws in healthcare systems and raised questions about technology’s role and ethical concerns in global health. It aims to predict how things will change over the next 50 years.

FindMBA | 3 July 2023

Coveted financial aids help students pursue graduate management education while keeping costs to a minimum

The article discusses the benefit of MBA programmes for enhanced career prospects and specifically MBA scholarships which the author claims are a valuable way for students to pursue graduate management education while minimising tuition costs. Charlotte Russell-Green, Head of MBA Recruitment and Admissions at Cambridge Judge Business School is quoted: “At a time of economic upheaval, affordability can come into play – which is why we continue to offer a wide variety scholarships and funding.”

June 2023

Entrepreneur | 30 June 2023

‘That’s How We’ve Always Done It’ is Killing Your Business — Here are 4 Simple Ways to Cultivate Consistent Success

I spent the last two years studying innovation while pursuing my Master’s degree in Entrepreneurship from Cambridge University Judge Business School. Contrary to what many people believe, entrepreneurship isn’t about a bunch of hoodie-wearing idiots coding MIT in a garage. At its core, it is a process that large businesses must follow if they want to be successful. Here are 4 simple tips businesses can use to think and act like a start-up.

Clear Admit | 30 June 2023

Admissions Director Q&A: Charlotte Russell-Green of Cambridge Judge

Go behind the scenes of MBA admissions at Cambridge Judge Business School with Head of MBA Recruitment and Admissions Charlotte Russell-Green in this edition of our Admissions Director Q&A series.

Poets and Quants | 28 June 2023

Meet Bain & Company’s MBA Class Of 2022

This time, these clients are being introduced to the Class of 2022 – a team that took a leap of faith by starting business school at the height of COVID-19. In the process, they gained resourcefulness and grit by learning to do more with less. Such experiences came in handy for Audrey Aw, Cambridge MBA alumna, whose Bain case team set up an internal HR consulting function for a multinational company.

Readers Digest | 28 June 2023

5 Résumé Mistakes You’re Making That’ll Land You in the AI Black Hole

“When used as a tool, AI can allow older job seekers to leverage their experience,” says Mauro F. Guillén, Dean of the Cambridge Judge Business School and author of The Perennials: The Megatrends Creating a Postgenerational Society.

Poets and Quants | 28 June 2023

ChatGPT: How To Use It In A Business School Classroom

We recently sat down with 3 business school academics at the University of Cambridge, Jaideep Prabhu, Thomas Roulet and Stella Pachidi, to explore how they are thinking about the new technology and incorporating into their classes at Cambridge Judge Business School.

Cyprus News | 28 June 2023

Sold out places for the CIM-Cambridge Judge Business School “Executive Education Programme”

CIM-Cyprus Business School is extremely pleased to announce that all places for the 1st Executive Education Program of the University of Cambridge, on the theme of “Transformational Leadership”, have been sold out, more than 5 months before it takes place. Other training programs are already planned to be held in 2024 and those interested should express their interest as soon as possible.

ara | 26 June 2023

Banco Santander reaffirms its commitment to education: 400 million euros more in three years

Every year the organisation expands the offer of scholarships, including programs open to all profiles and all ages. The Santander Scholarships are focused around key disciplines. Among them, Santander Tech, to strengthen digital skills; Santander Skills, to generate transversal skills; Language, for language learning in work environments; Women, to promote female leadership, and Research, for research projects. In addition, to offer the best training, it works in collaboration with prestigious world-class educational institutions such as Harvard Business Publishing, London School of Economics, Cambridge Judge School or University of Pennsylvania.

Inc Australia | 24 June 2023

The Median Age in the U.S. Just Reached a Record High. Here’s What That Means for the Workforce

The article discusses the record high median age in the United States and its implications for the workforce. Mauro Guillén, the dean of Cambridge Judge Business School, highlights the benefits and challenges of multigenerational workplaces and emphasizes the importance of companies adapting to accommodate age-diverse teams through programs such as flexible work or financial education.

Head Topics | 22 June 2023

The Special Sobriety and Low-tech Review is on newsstands

The article discusses the concept of low-tech innovation and its importance in the ecological and social transition. Navi Radjou, a Fellow of the Judge Business School at the University of Cambridge, propagates the idea of “jugaad,” which refers to the ingenious ability to develop simple and effective solutions with limited means, highlighting the need for frugal ingenuity and creative resilience to address environmental and societal challenges. 

The Economist | 21 June 2023

Inflation is as corrosive to investing as it is to the real economy

“…In the very long run, data compiled by Elroy Dimson, Paul Marsh and Mike Stanton, three academics, for Credit Suisse’s Global Investment Returns Yearbook…” 

Too Much (dis)Information Podcast | 21 June 2023

Fighting Fake News Using Accounting Principles

In this podcast episode, Professor Alan Jagolinzer, an emerging leading figure in the fight against disinformation and head of the accounting faculty department at Cambridge Judge Business School, discusses the lessons from fighting financial fraud that can be applied to combating disinformation. He also sheds light on the disinformation challenges faced by corporations, the importance of media literacy, transparency, government oversight, and protecting free speech in the online world. Additionally, Professor Jagolinzer talks about the upcoming Cambridge Disinformation Summit he is organizing at the University of Cambridge, where he aims to address these critical issues and develop research and curriculum on the subject. 

Business Weekly | 20 June 2023

Cambridge’s Supersense Technologies plays key role in global dementia challenge

Cambridge-based Supersense Technologies, associated with Cambridge Judge Business School’s Accelerate Cambridge program, has been named a semi-finalist in the Longitude Prize on Dementia. The company’s cutting-edge remote monitoring technology aims to provide insights into the changing needs of individuals with dementia, without the need for wearables, offering support to families and caregivers, and helping improve early care for people with dementia through innovative AI and sensing advancements.

Business Weekly | 20 June 2023

Sano Genetics helps steer pioneering liver disease research

Cambridge-based Sano Genetics, associated with Cambridge Judge Business School, has been awarded £800k by Innovate UK to support pioneering research on identifying undiagnosed, high-risk liver disease in patient populations. Sano Genetics will collaborate with other organizations and leverage their patient engagement platform and genetic testing capabilities to identify high-risk liver disease cases earlier, potentially revolutionizing the way liver diseases are diagnosed and treated, and reducing the burden on the NHS. 

Find MBA | 20 June 2023

Using an MBA to forge a seamless career transition

The article mentions 4 business schools and the effectiveness of MBAs, as well as relevant experience for changing career paths. Sadia Cuthbert, director of CJBS Careers at Cambridge Judge Business School, is quoted: “These are exciting times and there are so many diverse opportunities which require transferable skills from other industries, functions and geographies.”

The Conversation | 19 June 2023

Conspiracy theories aren’t on the rise – we need to stop panicking

Magda Osman, Research Associate at Cambridge Judge Business School, argues that, through the use of framing, which can influence how we draw conclusions, conspiracists are not actually rising but society is just becoming more wary of them. She says we need to: “Think deeply about why people believe in a certain conspiracy theory before we dismiss them as crazy”.

The Washighton Post | 14 June 2023

How to Tap the Competitive Advantage of Being ‘Bad’

Thomas Roulet, Associate Professor in Organisation Theory, discusses how some companies embrace controversial or polarising tactics to attract attention and differentiate themselves, as outlined in his book ‘The Power of Being Divisive: Understanding Netative Social Evaluations’.

Bloomberg | 14 June 2023

How to Tap the Competitive Advantage of Being ‘Bad’

The article discusses the competitive advantage of being “bad” in the business world, where some companies and leaders intentionally flout the conventions of polite society to attract attention, create loyalty among employees, and differentiate themselves in the market. Cambridge Judge Business School, though not explicitly mentioned, might have contributed to this discussion through its research and insights into business strategies and market dynamics.

The Manila Times | 10 June 2023

MSME highlights for the half of 2023

The article discusses the importance of supporting micro, small, and medium enterprises (MSMEs) in the Philippines, given that they constitute a significant portion of the country’s businesses and workforce. Cambridge Center for Alternative Finance at Judge Business School together with the Asian Development Bank Institute conducted a study, which measured digital financial services for consumers and MSMEs in the Philippines and other ASEAN countries.  The article highlights the efforts of various organizations, including the Philippine government and fintech lending companies like First Circle, to provide loans, promote digitization, and create broader trade opportunities for MSMEs. 

In Business News | 8 June 2023

K. Yiorkadjis: Cooperation with Cambridge adds value to CIM

The article highlights the collaboration between CIM-Cyprus Business School and the Judge Business School, Executive Education, University of Cambridge. The mayor of Nicosia, Konstantinos Giorkatzis, praises the significant contributions of CIM-Cyprus Business School in transforming Nicosia into a modern city through its support to students, and he believes that the partnership with Cambridge Judge Business School will bring added value and honor to the founders of CIM-Cyprus Business School.

News Pub | 8 June 2023

As states divide on the benefits of Bitcoin, is there a solution to its climate and power system impacts?

The article discusses the energy-intensive nature of Bitcoin mining and the environmental concerns raised by climate activists. Margot Paez, a fellow at the Bitcoin Policy Institute, emphasizes the shift toward low-cost renewables in Bitcoin mining and the need for new strategies to reduce costs and improve system reliability. Cambridge Judge Business School reported that Ethereum’s transition to PoS was estimated to have reduced its electricity usage “by an astonishing 99.99%,” by almost completely eliminating Bitcoin’s rigorous repetitive computations. Climate activists argue that simply using existing renewables or imposing dirty generation on others is not a viable solution and call for a significant reduction in Bitcoin’s energy consumption. The article explores the possibility of co-locating Bitcoin mining data centres with clean energy sources to address the environmental impact.

Detailed Analysis of Executive Education Market | Business Growth, Development Factors, Current and Future Trends till 2030 | Harvard Business School, Columbia University

The article discusses the recent report on the “Executive Education Market,” which is expected to grow significantly in the coming years. One of the institutions associated with the Executive Education Market is Cambridge Judge Business School, as it is listed among the prestigious universities offering executive education programs. The contribution of Cambridge Judge Business School in this context is providing executive education programs and courses that cater to the needs of professionals and corporate executives seeking advanced business education and skill development.

Poets & Quants | 7 June 2023

CentreCourt MBA Festival June 2023 — The Future Of Business Education

In this article, leaders from various MBA programs, including Cambridge Judge Business School’s Conrad Chua, share insights on career planning, the impact of technology and innovation, ethical leadership development, and more. Chua discusses how diversity enriches the MBA experience and helps students become effective leaders, emphasizing the importance of discipline, support, creative thinking, and embracing a global community, as well as the increasing acceptance and value of online learning.

The Financial Times | 6 June 2023

Hands on with Apple’s Vision Pro: Bringing the metaverse to life

Samuel Cole, a Cambridge Judge MBA alumnus from 2015, was interviewed for this article discussing the new release of Apple’s ‘Vision Pro’. There were varied statements for and against the technology and some concerns over the future of the social media a technology sector. Cole compared the device to the metaverse: “To many, the metaverse concept sounds and feels too far out, driving a lack of belief of when that will ever materialise,” said Sam Cole, CEO of immersive fitness app FitXR. “What we saw today felt natural, felt obvious, it felt accessible.”

MIM Guide | 5 June 2023

Top 10 Masters in Quant Finance

Cambridge Judge Business School offers a Master of Finance course with a focus on quantitative methods, including financial modeling workshops. With the growing influence of quant investors and high-frequency traders in financial markets, the program equips students with the analytical, technical, and programming skills needed to thrive in the financial services sector, leading to promising career outcomes with graduates securing roles in top finance companies and commanding competitive salaries in the investment world. 

Daily FT (Sri Lanka) | 5 June 2023

Prof. Gishan Dissanaike appointed Interim Dean of Cambridge Judge Business School

Professor Gishan Dissanaike, a financial economist and faculty member at Cambridge Judge Business School for over twenty years, has been elected as Interim Dean of the School. In this role, he will work towards excelling in the School’s mission while a search for the next permanent Dean is underway, leveraging his expertise in corporate governance and extensive experience teaching MBA, MFin, and MPhil in Finance programs.

Poets & Quants | 5 June 2023

2023 Best 40-Under-40 MBA Professors: David Stillwell, Cambridge Judge Business School, University of Cambridge

The article highlights the outstanding contributions of Professor David Stillwell, a professor of computational social science at Cambridge Judge Business School. His research using big data and machine learning to understand psychology, particularly in predicting user behavior on social media, has had significant impacts on various fields, including marketing and organizational behavior. He also teaches MBA students on managing big data analysis, demonstrating his ability to bridge the divide between data science and business impact.

Poets & Quants | 5 June 2023

Eight elite European b-schools, one mission: Fighting climate change

Cambridge Judge Business School, along with 7 other top business schools, attended a 2-day conference this month on the campus of IESE Business School in Barcelona, in order to discuss their latest research and advancements in climate activity. The deans from all 8 schools came together to produce a joint statement on their conclusions from the conference.

May 2023

Financial Times | 31 May 2023

Letter: Pretoria’s neutrality over war will hurt economically

De Villiers Lategan, a current MBA student at Cambridge Judge Business School, writes about macroeconomics issue in South Africa. “An economic noose tightens on South Africa as the governing party treads the political tightrope of their foreign policy,” he writes in the letter to the editors. 

The Conversation | 31 May 2023

Politicians love to appeal to common sense – but does it trump expertise?

Psychologist Magda Osman, Research Associate at Cambridge Judge Business School, provides insight into the negative connotations of politicians referring to the publics common sense as opposed to the advice of experts and the psychology behind the use of the term. She also points out issues in the definition of common sense, stating: “Just as scientific discoveries change, common sense beliefs change over time and across cultures. They can also be contradictory: we are told “quit while you are ahead” but also “winners never quit”, and “better safe than sorry” but “nothing ventured nothing gained”.”

The Week | 24 May 2023

How heat waves are wreaking havoc around the world 

Ramit Debnath, Research Associate at Energy Policy Research Group, based at Cambridge Judge Business School, co-authored a study into India’s ‘lethal’ heatwaves, which was published in PLOS Climate and is mentioned in this piece by The Week. This article discusses climate change and how, along with ‘El Niño’ aggravating the warmer weather, the rising temperatures are causing negative implications across the globe. Specifically describing the negative effects in Spain, Bangladesh, India, Texas, and Greece, on sectors such as agriculture, equality, energy, and groundwater.  

The Guardian | 21 May 2023

‘We in the west were blinded’: China crackdown on business has Maoist roots’

Christopher Marquis, Sinyi Professor of Chinese Management at Cambridge Judge Business School, draws a likeness between current Chinese president Xi Jinping and Mao Zedong. He argues: “There is a line from Mao to Xi, and ‘reform and opening’ [was] an aberration. Xi is working in the system that Mao created – campaign governance, the party being the centre of everything, nationalism, all these resonate with Mao.”

The European Business Review | 19 May 2023

New rules of the game or game changer? Three things to consider as you prepare for (mandatory) sustainability reporting exposed to the vagaries of the economy”

Written by Cambridge Judge Business School alumna Mahwesh Khan (MPhil in Management Studies 2003), the article covers the implications for businesses since the European Union Council passed the Corporate Sustainability Reporting Directive (CSRD) in November 2022.

The Times | 19 May 2023

Lego cure for Cambridge University students

The article discusses Cambridge University’s measures to improve mental health and wellbeing during the exam period. For example, Cambridge Judge Business School library is providing ergonomic items to students aiming “improve the study experience such as weighted blankets, wobble cushions and memory foam arm rests”.

Cambridge Independent | 18 May 2023

Winners of the Cambridge Independent Science and Technology Awards 2023 revealed

The Entrepreneurship Centre at Cambridge Judge Business School sponsored the Enterprise Skills Award on the night and as well as this, through the Accelerate Cambridge programme has supported Vuala, bit.bio, Cambridge Spark, and Eagle Genomics

New Scientist | 18 May 2023

El Niño climate events cost tropical countries trillions of dollars

Despite what the article is arguing on the negative impact of El Niño climatic changes, on different countries across the globe, Kamiar Mohaddes, Associate Professor in Economics & Policy at Cambridge Judge Business School, claims there are even positive impacts on some countries.

Financial Times | 17 May 2023

Executive course opens doors for Arab Israelis

Student of Tel Aviv’s Coller School of Management, Alaa Hbaish, decided to challenge the lack of Arabs among faculty and staff. Jennifer Corbett, who oversees the one-week executive education course at Cambridge Judge Business School, is quoted in the article. The data reveals that “while Arabs comprise 21 per cent of the population, they make up only 5 per cent of employees in larger businesses and 0.3 per cent of managers.”

Le Monde | 17 May 2023

Employee shared ownership: “The risks are multiple and often ignored in small companies exposed to the vagaries of the economy”

Thomas Roulet, Associate Professor in Organisation Theory at Cambridge Judge Business School, features in this opinion piece about the false pretence of employee shareholding. The piece argues that “employee shared ownership measures mainly benefit employees who can accumulate sufficient savings, which remains difficult for the lowest earners in a context of a cost of living crisis.”

Harvard Business Review | 16 May 2023

How food companies can better measure their sustainability

This article exposes how measuring and reporting environmental performance is time consuming and costly. Co-authored by Jaideep Prabhu, Professor of Marketing at Cambridge Judge Business School, the article explains that by implementing the four transparency strategies listed, food companies can increase their environmental traceability and become more sustainable.

Mint | 11 May 2023

Why commodities shine at a time of stagflation

Credit Suisse’s Global Investment Returns Yearbook, co-authored by Professor Elroy Dimson, Chairman of the Centre for Endowment Asset Mana atis quoted in the article. The data shows “that globally, between 1900 and 2022, both stocks and bonds beat inflation handily, posting annualised real returns of 5% and 1.7% respectively.” 

The New York Times | 11 May 2023

Why you’re probably hearing less about corporate climate initiatives

Jennifer Howard-Grenville, Diageo Professor in Organisation Studies at Cambridge Judge Business School, comments on ESG (environmental, social and governance factors) in business.

Financial Times | 7 May 2023

UK equities: changing of the guard as new king takes over

FT article looks at what lay ahead for UK investors as King Charles III is coronated. The data on equities by Professor Elroy Dimson, Chairman of the Centre for Endowment Asset Management (CEAM) at Cambridge Judge Business School, and his colleagues from London Business School, were quoted in the article.

Find MBA | 2 May 2023

Why an MBA is a wise investment in uncertain times

Charlotte Russell-Green, Head of MBA Recruitment and Admissions at Cambridge Judge Business School, comments on the value of MBA degree in uncertain times: “At a time when there are layoffs, pay freezes and cutbacks, an MBA can be a great time to step back, reset and re-evaluate yourself and your goals.”

April 2023

Financial Times | 30 April 2023

Banks and oil groups place bets on carbon capture schemes

David Reiner, Professor of Technology Policy at Cambridge Judge Business School, comments on carbon capture in The Financial Times. While there had been previous carbon capture ‘hype cycles’, there was ‘a greater seriousness of purpose both on the corporate side and on the government side’, David said. (subscription)

The Economist | 26 April 2023

Five books on the best approaches to being an investor

A book co-authored by Professor Elroy Dimson, Chairman of the Centre for Endowment Asset Management (CEAM) at Cambridge Judge Business School, is featured in The Economist. Entitled Triumph of the Optimists: 101 Years of Global Investment Returns is among five books that “provide useful lessons on what approaches to take and, just as importantly, what steps to avoid.” (subscription)

City AM | 26 April 2023

Cambridge dons launch tool to track Ethereum electricity consumption as concerns over environmental impact grow

The Cambridge Centre for Alternative Finance (CCAF), based at Cambridge Judge Business School, launched a new tool that will track electricity consumption by cryptocurrencies, starting with Ethereum. The Cambridge Blockchain Network Sustainability Index (CBNSI) is an interactive digital platform providing cutting edge insights into the current and historical environmental impact of various blockchain networks.

Financial Times | 25 April 2023

CBI president admits business lobby group may never regain trust

Thomas Roulet, Associate Professor in Organisational Strategy at Cambridge Judge Business School, is quoted in the Financial Times about crisis-hit CBI. (subs)

Cambridge Independent | 21 April 2023

Addenbrooke’s to offer Parkinson’s inpatients body-worn CUE1 device from Cambridge company Charco Neurotech to relieve symptoms

Addenbrooke’s hospital have started a pilot trial where they’ll offer Parkinson’s disease inpatients a new body-worn device, developed by Cambridge startup. The CUE1, created by Charco Neurotech, worn on the sternum “delivers specialised patterns of vibration and pulses known as vibrotactile stimulation and cueing.”

CNN | 20 April 2023

Climate change is fueling deadly heat waves in India. It’s putting the country’s development at risk, study says

A study on heat waves co-authored by Ramit Debnath, Research Associate at Energy Policy Research Group based at Cambridge Judge Business School, is quoted in CNN article.

Poets & Quants | 18 April 2023

2023 Best & Brightest MBA: Taylor Barden Golden, Cambridge Judge Business School

Taylor Barden Golden, a current MBA student at Cambridge Judge Business School, is featured in Poets & Quants article. She talks about her career, the classmate she admires and why she chose to study in Cambridge.

Reworked | 18 April 2023

Virtual meetings really are worse, research finds- but there’s a fix

A study on remote working co-authored by Thomas Roulet, Associate Professor in Organisational Strategy at Cambridge Judge Business School, is quoted in the article.

California Management Review | 17 April 2023

Corporate activism when the stakes are high

Jennifer Howard-Grenville, Diageo Professor in Organisation Studies at Cambridge Judge Business School, co-authored an article about corporate activism.

MIT Sloan | 13 April 2023

Well-Being Intelligence: A Skill Set for the New World of Work

Thomas Roulet, Associate Professor in Organisation Theory and Deputy Director of the MBA programme at Cambridge Judge Business School, writes about a rise in workplace mental health issues.

Techmonitor | 7 April 2023

Ukraine wants to fund its post-war future with crypto

Andrei Kirilenko, Professor of Finance at Cambridge Judge Business School, is mentioned in this article about cryptocurrencies in Ukraine.

Cambridge Network | 6 April 2023

Latest research shows that job creation within Cambridge’s innovation clusters fuels an increasingly buoyant and resilient ecosystem

Economic data shows uplifting effect on employment across both Knowledge Intensive (KI) and non-KI sectors in the Cambridgeshire and Peterborough region.

The Conversation | 6 April 2023

Do glitzy awards like the Eartshot Prize actually help solve the problems of climate change?- podcast

David Reiner, Professor of Technology Policy at Cambridge Judge Business School, appeared on The Conversation Weekly podcast looking at what impact do innovation prizes have to climate research.

Forbes | 5 April 2023

JP Morgan’s Jamie Dimon: Banking Crisis Not Over. He’s Right

Alan Jagolinzer, Professor of Financial Accounting at Cambridge Judge Business School, is featured in this article about the Silicon Valley Bank’s banking crisis.

RFI | 5 April 2023

In Turkey, security forces tortured victims of February earthquakes, according to NGOs

Thomas Roulet, Associate Professor in Organisation Theory and Deputy Director of the MBA programme at Cambridge Judge Business School, talks about issues surrounding security forces in Turkey and the February earthquake on RFI (Begins at 15:28).

FS Tech | 4 April 2023

The end for Britain’s illegal crypto ATMs?

Raghavendra Rau, Sinyi Professor of Chinese Management at Cambridge Judge Business School, is featured in this article about crypto ATMs.

Business Insider | 4 April 2023

Legal and finance jobs are among the most at risk from AI, while construction and trade jobs face minimal influence, studies suggest

Research by the Cambridge Centre for Alternative Finance (CCAF) at Cambridge Judge Business School is mentioned in this article about how AI could lead to widespread automation of jobs.

Poets&Quants for Executives| 3 April 2023

Cambridge Judge Launches Global EMBA

The New Global Executive MBA (Global EMBA) at Cambridge Judge Business School is featured in this article about the opening of applications on 31 March.

March 2023

The Guardian | 30 March 2023

Singing to trees and Indigenous wisdom – the UK festival aiming to prevent ecological collapse

Primal Gathering, a startup currently supported by Cambridge Social Ventures at Cambridge Judge Business School, is featured in this article about the different ways to act meaningfully against the destruction of the environment.

Le Soir | 28 March 2023

It’s up to the government to pick the right economic battles

Michael Kitson, Associate Professor in International Macroeconomics at Cambridge Judge Business School, is featured in this article regarding the UK’s trade performance.

Widoobiz |28 March 2023

Diversity and inclusion in companies: a unique reference system to test and accurately measure your skills!

Lionel Paolella, Associate Professor in Strategy and Organisation at Cambridge Judge Business School, is featured in this article about a study regarding diversity and inclusion (D&I).

Institute of Directors | 24 March 2023

From the ‘C-Suite’ to ‘Gen-Z’ – why ESG needs to drive the new digital agenda

Lucia Reisch, Professor of Behavioural Economics & Policy at Cambridge Judge Business School, shares her thoughts in this article about the importance of ESG in today’s economy.

Financial Times | 23 March 2023

Culture clash – the challenge of uniting fierce rivals UBS and Credit Suisse

Thomas Roulet, Associate Professor in Organisation Theory and Deputy Director of the MBA programme at Cambridge Judge Business School, comments about the integration of UBS and Credit Suisse.

India Education Diary | 21 March 2023

Student Entrepreneurs Win Cambridge Zero Student Climate Challenge With Innovation

Jaideep Prabhu, Professor of Marketing and Jawaharlal Nehru Professor of Indian Business & Enterpriseat Cambridge Judge Business School, served as a judge in Cambridge Zero Climate Challenge for students.

Droit-Inc | 20 March 2023

When diversity is only seen as a showcase

Lionel Paolella, Associate Professor in Strategy and Organisation at Cambridge Judge Business School, is featured in this article about diversity in law firms.

Propublica | 16 March 20233

Wealthy Executives Make Millions Trading Competitors’ Stock With Remarkable Timing

Alan Jagolinzer, Professor of Financial Accounting at Cambridge Judge Business School, is featured in this article about share trading in big companies.

Financial Times | 15 March 2023

Endless innovating when it comes to R&D policy can only be unhelpful

David Connell, Senior Research Associate at the Centre for Business Research at Cambridge Judge Business School, is mentioned in this article about the importance of innovation for business growth.

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Making the Most of the MBA Experience

Conrad Chua, Executive Director of the MBA at Cambridge Judge Business School, is featured in this article about the experience an MBA programme can offer.

Kompas.com | 14 March 2023

Businesses in Indonesia Are Potential but Strict, Business Actors Need to Set Operational Strategies Appropriately

Peter Williamson, Honorary Professor of International Management at Cambridge Judge Business School, is mentioned in this article about Western companies operating in Asia.

The Law Society Gazette | 13 March 2023

Diversity study reignites ‘reputation laundering’ debate

Lionel Paolella, Associate Professor in Strategy and Organisation at Cambridge Judge Business School, is featured in this article about a study regarding the ‘reputation laundering’ debate involving law firms. 

The Penisula | 9 March 2023

Qatar, region must adopt renewable capital: Panel

Kamiar Mohaddes, Associate Professor in Economics & Policy at Cambridge Judge Business School, is mentioned in this article about climate change.

The Economist | 8 March 2023

Why commodities shine in a time of stagflation

The article looks at investing in commodities and quotes some data from Credit Suisse’s Global Investment Returns Yearbook, co-authored by Professor Elroy Dimson, Chairman of the Centre for Endowment Asset Management at Cambridge Judge Business School. 

Executive Courses | 8 March 2023

Environmental, Social, and Governance (ESG) Courses Take Off

Allison Wheeler-Héau, Director of Open Programmes at the Executive Education division of Cambridge Judge Business School, is mentioned in this article about new executive education courses related to ESG.

Pioneers Post | 8 March 2023

NatWest WISE100 2023: Six award-winners revealed

Nicole Helwig, Programme Director of the Cambridge Centre for Social Innovation at Cambridge Judge Business School, is featured in this article about the winners of the sixth annual NatWest WISE100 Awards.

Executive Courses | 8 March 2023

International Women’s Day

Tracey Horn, Executive Director of the Wo+Men’s Leadership Centre at Cambridge Judge Business School, talks about issues surrounding International Women’s Day on BBC Radio Cambridgeshire (Begins at 1:10:18).

Orange Magazine | 7 March 2023

Mapúa offers discounts and financial aid for the first off-campus Fintech & Regulatory Innovation Program

Research by the Cambridge Centre for Alternative Finance (CCAF) at Cambridge Judge Business School is mentioned in this article regarding the first off-campus Fintech and Regulatory Innovation (FTRI).

City Wire | 3 March 2023

Credit Suisse’s yearly investment bible in five key charts

Elroy Dimson, Research Director (Finance) at Cambridge Judge Business School, is featured in this article about commodities as an inflation hedge.

Cambridge Independent | 2 March 2023

Accelerate Cambridge celebrates 10-year milestone with lunch at Cambridge Judge Business School

The Accelerate Cambridge Programme at Cambridge Judge Business School is mentioned in this article about venture creation by the Entrepreneurship Centre.

Cambridge Independent | 2 March 2023

Vector Bioscience boosted by £2.2m Horizon Europe funding for RNA therapies

Vector Bioscience, which is on the Accelerate Cambridge programme at the Entrepreneurship Centre at Cambridge Judge, is mentioned in this article about RNA-based cancer therapies.

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