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What’s Next? How to Survive & Thrive in a Post-COVID-19 World

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Thomas Roulet.

What Generalised Remote Work Means for Leadership in a Post-COVID World with Dr Thomas Roulet

Remote work is here to stay. But leadership styles have to change in this new era of virtual office life.

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Mark de Rond giving a webinar.

How to Have “Courageous” Conversations in Lock-down with Professor Mark de Rond

Six key techniques to having “courageous” work conversations in the Zoom era.

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Kamiar Mohaddes giving a webinar.

The Macroeconomic Impacts of COVID-19 with Dr Kamiar Mohaddes

The pandemic’s economic situation is ‘really different’ from past crises in that the combination of supply, demand, and confidence shocks is unprecedented

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Prabhu jaideep delivering a webianr.

Frugal Innovation and COVID-19: How to do More (and Better) with Less with Professor Jaideep Prabhu

How frugal innovation can be applied around the world to deal with the COVID-19 pandemic in terms of prevention, care and cure.

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Bob Wardrop delivering a webinar.

Is COVID-19 an Existential Threat to FinTechs? with Dr Robert Wardrop

Policymakers face a big test on whether to support fintechs given increased competition from big tech and incumbent banks. 

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Jennifer Howard Grenville presenting a webinar.

Keeping Your Organisational Culture When You’ve Lost Your Office with Professor Jennifer Howard-Grenville

Maintaining organisational culture while working from home involves far more than just stating company values.

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Pharma shift webinar discussion.

Roundtable: Healthcare, Pharma and Biotech in a Post COVID-19 World with Cambridge EMBA alumni and Dr Nektarios Oraiopoulos

Find out how the pharmaceutical industry could change from five Executive MBA alumni working in different parts of the sector.

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