Associate Professor in Strategy
Fellow and Director of Studies at Magdalene College
European Master in Management & Diplôme Grande Ecole (ESCP Europe), DEA (Université Paris X Nanterre), MA (University of Cambridge), PhD (HEC, France)
I’m a member of the Strategy and International Business subject group at Cambridge Judge Business School, and my research focuses on strategy and decision-making in volatile environments, with a particular interest in creative, arts and media sectors and organisations, on creativity and improvisation in business, and on temporary organisations. I’m a Fellow of the of the Royal Society of Arts, and also a member of the Centre for Film and Screen and the Centre for Heritage Research, University of Cambridge.
News and insights
Allègre Hadida of Cambridge Judge is awarded Lifetime Achievement award at the 24th Mallen Film Conference for research in the motion picture industry.
Cambridge Judge Business School welcomed the Young Global Leaders of the World Economic Forum to prepare them for the post-pandemic world.
Seven members of the Cambridge Judge faculty are awarded teaching prizes for excellence across the Business School's various programmes.
Variety | 9 June 2022
A sharp economic downturn in the US could force Disney, Warner Bros. Discovery and others to make hard choices for betting on growth in overmarkets or shoring up their English-language programming options, says a special report by Variety, titled “How to survive a bear market.” Allègre Hadida, Associate Professor of Strategy at Cambridge Judge Business School, comments in the report.
Dr Allègre Hadida, Associate Professor of Strategy at Cambridge Judge Business School, comments on Adi Gaskell’s article on working from home for prolonged periods of time.
An article discussing how economic developers worldwide are capitalising on the “streaming wars” to promote investment, high-value-added job creation and cultural exports. Allègre Hadida, Associate Professor of Strategy at Cambridge Judge Business School, who has researched the impact of streaming services on Hollywood studio filmmaking, comments in the article.
Economists Talk Art, 12 October 2021
Studios vs. Streaming: which ‘logic’ will prevail in Hollywood?
Cambridge Independent, 28 January 2021
Soft power self-sabotage as performing artists denied freedom of movement
The Telegraph India, 30 May 2020
Cambridge Independent, 28 February 2020
From Hollywood ‘logic’ to ‘highly institutionalised myths’ of the workplace
Business Weekly, 17 February 2020
Say goodbye to Hollywood and hello to Netflix?
Cinema Technology Magazine, 17 June 2019
The Mallen 20 conference
Marketing News, 15 May 2019
Effectively use temporary marketing organisations
Financial Times, 2 June 2017
IT woes, 21st century work skills and Goldman
Significance, 14 February 2017
Hollywood’s best supporting actors
Cineuropa, 12 October 2016
BigData.BigMovies reveals cinema digitalisation opportunities
Business Review Europe, 23 October 2015
Why straddling makes no business sense
City AM, 13 August 2015
Career boost: Why an MSc will help give you the edge
Finextra, 5 August 2015
Lloyds partners Cambridge Judge on innovation programme
Harvard Business Review, 1 June 2015
When to forget the rearview mirror
My Science, 18 May 2015
That’s entertainment: what – and how – will we be watching in 2020?
Cambridge Network, 14 February 2014
Allègre goes viral with the help from will.i.am
Financial Times, 11 February 2014
Women at business school – Allègre Hadida, professor
Cambridge Network, 4 February 2014
What happens in Cambridge
Cambridge Network, 14 January 2014
How the talents behind Strictly Come Dancing, The Office and Deal Or No Deal are working with Cambridge University’s Judge Business School
Business Weekly, 10 January 2014
Showbiz stars get top billing in Cambridge MBA