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London sustainability

Cambridge MBA alumnus David Elliott, CEO of Trees for Cities, named as commissioner to the London Sustainable Development Commission by the city’s …

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‘Savvy’ awards

Professor Elroy Dimson and Dr David Chambers of Cambridge Judge cited in Savvy Investor awards, for book on financial market history and …

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Arctic action

Chris Hope of Cambridge Judge, speaking to Arctic marine conference, calls for climate impact research to be translated into policies. Research findings …

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Cyber terrorism

Pool Re, the UK terrorism reinsurance pool, will begin providing cyber terrorism insurance based on a study by the Cambridge Centre for …

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Small business jumpstart

Author of industrial strategy review of the UK Small Business Research Initiative calls for increased focus on customer-funded innovation contracts to allow …

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Vital signs

Leaders should promote ‘organisational vitality’ to create and sustain energy in employees, says article in The European Business Review by David De Cremer …

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Winning Slate

Slate2Learn, an education venture for developing countries that was supported by Cambridge Social Ventures, wins second prize in the Cambridge Enterprise postdoc …

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Brexit uncertainty

The economic impact of Britain’s exit from the European Union is fuzzy because economic modelling can’t accurately predict unique events, Michael Kitson …

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Deregulating Greece

A new book on the Greek financial crisis and beyond includes a chapter on market regulation and competition co-authored by Dr Christos …

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Cambridge News honours

Hanadi Jabado, Executive Director of the Entrepreneurship Centre at Cambridge Judge, named among the 25 most influential business figures in Cambridge. Hanadi …

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Business Economics

Top EU competition economist kicks off new seminar series organised by the Economics & Policy faculty subject group at Cambridge Judge. The …

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Decade of leadership

Article on leadership’s effect on followers, co-authored by KPMG Professor David De Cremer of Cambridge Judge, wins Decennial Influential Article Award from …

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Social enterprise pilot

Cambridge Enterprise teams with Cambridge Social Ventures at Cambridge Judge for social investment seed funding pilot programme. Cambridge Enterprise, the commercialisation arm …

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MBA star

Cambridge MBA graduate Harshitha Balini is shortlisted for the Women of the Future Awards. Harshitha Balini, a Cambridge MBA graduate (MBA 2016), …

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‘Big difference’ ventures

Eight ventures with Cambridge Judge connections were honoured in the first Cambridge Independent Entrepreneurial Science and Technology Awards. Eight ventures with connection …

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Cultivating growth

Online alternative finance in the Asia-Pacific region grew 136 per cent last year to $245.3 billion, says the second Asia Pacific Alternative …

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Accounting change agents

University of Cambridge Judge Business School launches new part-time Master of Accounting degree (Cambridge MAcc) to develop thought leaders in financial information. …

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EU single market

Submissions sought for special issue of the journal Review of Industrial Organization, guest edited by two Cambridge Judge faculty, focusing on 25 …

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Regulatory advice

Dr Christos Genakos is appointed to the Economic Advisory Group on Competition Policy by the EU competition commissioner. Dr Christos Genakos, University …

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Disrupting ventures

Three companies with ties to the Entrepreneurship Centre at Cambridge Judge are chosen for the Disrupt 100 list for 2017. Three ventures …

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SME awards 2017

Two ventures affiliated with Cambridge Judge Business School win top honours at the SME Cambridgeshire Business Awards 2017. Arcus Global, a cloud …

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Cryptocurrency growth

Cryptocurrency benchmarking study by the Cambridge Centre for Alternative Finance provides snapshot of evolving industry. The first global cryptocurrency benchmarking study, issued …

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Business Weekly Awards 2017

Founders of two ventures with Cambridge Judge Business School connections – LifNano Therapeutics and Footprints Cafes – honoured at the annual Business …

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Doctors at war

New book by Professor Mark de Rond of Cambridge Judge Business School, Doctors at War, explores the courage, compassion and comic tragedy …

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California calling

Professor David De Cremer of Cambridge Judge joins the International Advisory Board of California Management Review. David De Cremer, KPMG Professor of …

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Teaching quality

Professor Jochen Runde of Cambridge Judge honoured as a winner of the 2017 Pilkington Prize for teaching quality at the University of …

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Entrepreneurial honour

Hanadi Jabado, Executive Director of the Entrepreneurship Centre at Cambridge Judge, is named ‘unsung hero’ for support of UK entrepreneurial community. Hanadi …

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Joining the Dots

Co-Founder of the Eden Project, Sir Tim Smit, kicks off the new season of Enterprise Tuesday, organised by the Entrepreneurship Centre at …

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Green paper recognition

The UK’s industrial strategy paper cites the role of entrepreneurial programmes at Cambridge Judge Business School in contributing to the successful Cambridge …

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Crowdfunding in East Africa

East Africa requires regulatory framework and attention to harness the potential of crowdfunding while addressing consumer risks, says new report in partnership …

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Healthcare startups honoured

Two ventures associated with Cambridge Judge win prizes in MassChallenge UK competition. Two healthcare-related ventures associated with Cambridge Judge Business School won …

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Distressed assets?

Financial distress of NHS hospitals has parallel in much-criticised banking practices, says Professor Geoff Meeks of Cambridge Judge Business School. Financial woes …

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Forbes 30 Under 30

Cambridge Judge PhD candidate named in Forbes 30 Under 30 Europe Finance listing. The members of this year’s 30 Under 30 Europe …

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Circular defence

The Circular Economy Research Initiative at Cambridge Judge Business School has been chosen by the European Defence Agency for study on circular …

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Ethical companies

Article by Professor David De Cremer in Harvard Business Review identifies six traits of employees that can predict ethical behaviour at work. …

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Grant for LIFNanoRx

Venture that fights Multiple Sclerosis through ‘NanoMedicine’, supported by Cambridge Judge Business School, gets £1 million new funding. LIFNanoRx, a venture supported …

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Small business review

David Connell of the Centre for Business Research at Cambridge Judge to lead review on UK government Small Business Research Initiative. The …

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Mentoring partnership

AstraZeneca highlights mentoring collaboration with the Entrepreneurship Centre at Cambridge Judge as ‘a different type of partnership’. Pharmaceutical company AstraZeneca has highlighted …

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Best management study

Paper on ‘group emotions’ co-authored by Dr Jochen Menges of Cambridge Judge wins Best Article Award of the Academy of Management Annals. …

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Healthtech innovators

Two start-up alumni of Cambridge Social Ventures, part of the Centre for Social Innovation at Cambridge Judge, named in ‘Digital Innovators’ list. …

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Green and circular

“Green chemistry” can help sustainability, Dr Khaled Soufani of Cambridge Judge says in an article about the Circular Economy on the World …

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Motivating the workforce

Chinese telecoms company Huawei has successfully implemented steps to forge joint value into a competitive advantage, according to an article in European …

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Entrepreneurship experts

Fellows and Associates in Entrepreneurship named at Cambridge Judge Business School. Cambridge Judge Business School is to benefit from the practical experience …

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Honours and leadership

Professor Dame Sandra Dawson, former Director of Cambridge Judge, is honoured by two University of London colleges. Professor Dame Sandra Dawson, KPMG …

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Recycling luxury

Luxury auto makers can reduce waste and boost profit margins by adopting ‘circular economy’ strategies, says article in World Economic Forum co-authored …

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Genetic sequencing

GeneAdviser, supported by Cambridge Judge Business School, partners with Birmingham Women’s Hospital on personalised medicine. GeneAdviser, an online ordering platform for genetic …

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Cambridgeshire SMEs

Cambridge Judge Entrepreneurship Centre sponsors SME Cambridgeshire Business Awards. Cambridge Judge Business School’s Entrepreneurship Centre is a platinum sponsor of the inaugural …

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Fulbright award

Cambridge Judge PhD alumnus wins Fulbright Visiting Research Chair in Indigenous Entrepreneurship at the University of Arizona. Dr Rick Colbourne, an alumnus …

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Investing from the gut

‘Gut feelings’ help make more successful financial traders. Financial traders are better at reading their ‘gut feelings’ than the general population – …

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Finance app partnership

Fintech company Pariti, founded by alumnus of Postgraduate Diploma in Entrepreneurship programme at Cambridge Judge, announces partnership with loan provider Zopa. Pariti …

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Licensing agreement for EMBA trio

Cantabio Pharmaceuticals, led by three Cambridge Judge Executive MBA (EMBA) graduates, announces licensing agreement with Cambridge Enterprise regarding novel therapeutic candidates for …

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Green finance

G20 leaders in China cite green finance options outlined in a report co-authored by Cambridge Judge PhD student Nina Andreeva. This week’s …

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The value of our space

Sustainable investment principles developed by Cambridge Judge PhD alumnus, Armen Papazian, have been announced as a finalist in the annual Finance for the …

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Road2Rio Challenge

Cambridge Social Ventures alumnus joins forces with a venture in this year’s cohort to complete Olympic-themed challenge. Cambridge Social Ventures graduate and …

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SME growth advice

Small and medium-sized businesses need to be more transparent in order to grow, Cambridge Judge Director Christoph Loch writes in The Economist. …

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Research on inclusive capitalism

Corporate engagement project involving Professor Elroy Dimson of Cambridge Judge selected by the Principles for Responsible Investment organisation. The Principles for Responsible …

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Transparent illusions

Transparency in business can backfire if not handled correctly, Cambridge Judge Business School Professor David De Cremer writes in Harvard Business Review. …

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SensorHut honours

Double award success for Accelerate Cambridge venture and its founder. SensorHut, a venture supported by the Accelerate Cambridge programme run by the …

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£10,000 prize for JustMilk

JustMilk wins national McKinsey Venture Academy competition. Cambridge-based venture JustMilk has won the national McKinsey Venture Academy 2016, a competition for university …

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New limits to arbitrage

The structure of institutional stock ownership – not just the per cent of total institutional ownership – is important in understanding how limits …

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Faculty news update

A regular update on articles, awards and other developments involving Cambridge Judge Business School faculty and fellows. Article co-authored by Dr Khaled …

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Dementia Awareness Week

Cambridge Judge students and alumni make a difference in the fight against dementia. This year’s Dementia Awareness Week runs from 15-21 May …

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Research recognition

Cambridge Judge PhDs nominated for prestigious awards for their research at top management conferences. Two PhD candidates at the School have been …

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Entrepreneurial spirit

Cambridge Judge to support new Barclays incubator in Cambridge. Barclays launched its first Eagle Lab Incubator on Chesterton Road in Cambridge, which …

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Faculty news update

A regular update on articles, awards and other developments involving Cambridge Judge Business School faculty and fellows. Simon Taylor writes of Hinkley nuclear …

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An ethical ‘footprint’

Cambridge Judge alumna Georgina Hemmingway launches Footprint Cafés, a new chain of sustainable enterprise cafés, with a $150,000 donation from Dr Darrin …

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Cyber risk

resCollaboration is key to minimising economic impact from a cyberattack on the UK’s critical infrastructure, finds study by Cambridge Centre for Risk …

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Hedge fund skills

Only a few skilled hedge fund managers can consistently deliver ‘alpha’ returns while managing systematic risk, finds new study co-authored at Cambridge …

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Good scent(s) of timing

Ignite alumna Jenny Tillotson scoops innovation award for wearable tech. Jenny Tillotson, an alumna of the Ignite programme at Cambridge Judge Business …

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Fast lane

Maserati list of 100 supportive entrepreneurs includes Cambridge Judge connections. The annual Maserati 100 index of Britain’s entrepreneurs includes several people connected …

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Award winners

Ventures with Cambridge Judge connections shine at Business Excellence Awards. Three ventures with Cambridge Judge Business School connections were among the prize …

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Faculty news update

A regular update on articles, awards and other developments involving Cambridge Judge Business School faculty and fellows. Article on scaling up inclusive …

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Business Weekly winners

Two Accelerate Cambridge ventures, GeneAdviser and Healx, are honoured at the Business Weekly Awards dinner. Two ventures that are supported by the …

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Rolling the dice

Luck often separates the good and the great in business, finds new study urging shift in management focus. Management books and business …

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Harnessing potential

The Asia-Pacific alternative finance market grew 323 per cent to $102.8 billion in 2015, led by four-fold growth to more than $100 …

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Cash talks

Targets of unsuccessful cash-based takeover offers are revalued 15 per cent higher after deal failure, while targets of failed stock bids show …

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Pitch perfect

JustMilk, a venture supported by the Accelerate Cambridge programme at Cambridge Judge Business School, wins Pitch@Palace 5.0 (Biotech), convened by HRH The …

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Cambridge entrepreneurship

Three ventures supported by the Accelerate Cambridge programme at Cambridge Judge Business School to pitch at finals of Pitch@Palace. Three ventures supported …

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Faculty news update

A regular update on articles, awards and other developments involving Cambridge Judge Business School faculty and fellows. ‘Frugal Innovation’ by Jaideep Prabhu …

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Diversify and conquer

Legal clients value law firms that straddle different areas of the law, finds study co-authored by Dr Lionel Paolella of Cambridge Judge …

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Societal trust

Professor David De Cremer of Cambridge Judge Business School named a Top Thought Leader by the organisation Trust Across America – Trust Around …

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Computer science

Hyperion Development, founded by Cambridge Judge student Riaz Moola, aims to improve computing skills in South Africa. Hyperion Development, an online course …

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Managing the future

Two Cambridge Judge academics included in Thinkers50 Radar list of future management gurus. Thinkers50, a global ranking of management thinkers, has included …

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Sustainable luxury

Foreword to report that stresses sustainability in the luxury goods industry is written by Dr Neil Stott, Executive Director of the Centre …

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Advisory Board changes

Lord Karan Bilimoria becomes Chairman of the Advisory Board at Cambridge Judge Business School. Lord Karan Bilimoria of Chelsea CBE DL, the …

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Boot camp

On 22 February Cambridge Judge will host the biotech-focused Boot Camp for Pitch@Palace, convened by HRH The Duke of York, KG. The …

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If you’re so smart

John Maynard Keynes struggled as a foreign-exchange trader, finds the first detailed study of the famous economist as currency speculator. A detailed …

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Carbon capture

Global learning is needed to save carbon capture and storage from being abandoned, says David Reiner of Cambridge Judge Business School. Carbon …

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Banking standards

CCP Research Foundation and the Centre for Compliance and Trust at Cambridge Judge Business School collaborate on banking standards initiatives. The Centre …

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Helping companies grow

Entrepreneurship Centre at Cambridge Judge hosts first workshop for the CEO Growth Challenge programme, a joint project with bank Santander aimed at …

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VC and patents

Venture capital investment does not boost patents by technology firms, finds new study at University of Cambridge Judge Business School. ‘Patenting has …

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Too good to be true?

There is a clear connection between earnings manipulation and a string of consecutive “beats” of analyst expectations, finds study co-authored at University …

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Women in enterprise

Nominations now open for the Cambridge Judge Woman Entrepreneur of the Year award in the Business Weekly awards. Cambridge Judge Business School …

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‘Very special occasion’

Groundbreaking ceremony marks start of construction on Cambridge Judge Business School expansion project. A groundbreaking ceremony was held 26 November to mark …

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Standout legal tools

EMBA graduates from Cambridge Judge win Standout Award in the Financial Times Innovative Lawyers awards. A company founded by two Cambridge Judge …

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Disruptive award

Research paper co-authored by Shahzad Ansari of Cambridge Judge wins second prize at Innovation Management awards in Germany. A research paper on …

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Women in law

FLUX, a new publication celebrating women in the legal profession, launched by LexisNexis and Cambridge Judge Executive Education. FLUX, a new publication …

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More or less ethical

The ethics of a person’s negotiating tactics may differ according to the nationality of the other party to the negotiation, finds study …

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Learning from Huawei

Article co-authored by David De Cremer of Cambridge Judge outlines seven leadership lessons from Ren Zhengfei, founder of Chinese communications company Huawei. …

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Connecting cities

Cambridge Judge hosts its first Internet of Things and Smart Cities Venture Creation Weekend at Cambridge Judge 20-22 November 2015. Building a …

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Data trail

Writing in the Huffington Post, Dr David Stillwell of Cambridge Judge examines how companies should use our data in more transparent ways. …

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Gender initiative

New initiative focusing on gender launched at LUMS in Pakistan, where Kamal Munir of Cambridge Judge serves as Dean of the School …

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Modernising UK data

New government Steering Committee to standardise and modernise data includes Mark Thompson of Cambridge Judge Business School. The UK Minister for the …

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Round and green

Article in the California Management Review co-authored by Khal Soufani of Cambridge Judge urges companies to recycle, expand product lifespans and shift …

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Simprints in Bangladesh

Accelerate Cambridge venture Simprints awarded DFID grant for maternity project in Bangladesh. Cambridge-based startup Simprints has been awarded a £250,000 grant from …

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Money and work

The thought of money can make ostracised workers feel better, says Harvard Business Review article co-authored by David De Cremer of Cambridge …

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Women of the future

Two alumni of the Cambridge MBA at Cambridge Judge Business School are finalists of the “Women of the Future” awards in the …

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The circular economy

Khaled Soufani, Director of the Cambridge Judge Executive MBA programme, chosen as Guest Editor for a special issue of the California Management …

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Pitch@Palace 4.0

Three ventures from Cambridge Judge and two others with Cambridge connections are among 15 finalists to pitch for support at St. James’s …

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Trust in banking

Restoring trust in banking requires a cultural commitment reflected throughout the organisation, delegates told at Trust in Banking conference organised by Cambridge …

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French film ‘artistes’

For French film directors, also serving as producer could backfire because ‘artistic penalties may override commercial benefits,’ finds study co-authored at University …

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Tata Social Internship

Intern programme coordinated by Jaideep Prabhu of Cambridge Judge sends students to work with low incomes communities in urban and rural India. …

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Research Horizons

Jugaad innovation, the subject of research by Jaideep Prabhu of Cambridge Judge, is featured in a special India issue of Research Horizons …

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CEO pay paper award

Research on the link between compensation consultants and higher CEO pay wins Corporate Finance award from the Financial Management Association. A research …

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The dreamer in me

Entrepreneurship graduate wins award for best music video at the Oregon Independent Film Festival 2015. An alumna of the Postgraduate Diploma in …

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‘Good’ energy policy

In his inaugural lecture, Michael Pollitt outlines the social limits to technology solutions to energy and climate problems. Finding a “good” energy …

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Entrepreneurial Dutch visit

Top-level delegation from the Netherlands discusses entrepreneurship and the Cambridge Cluster at Cambridge Judge Business School. A top-level delegation from the Netherlands …

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Profit sharing

The profit-sharing system of Chinese communications company Huawei is outlined in a Harvard Business Review article co-authored by David De Cremer of …

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The price of wine

Study on fine wine values co-authored by Elroy Dimson of Cambridge Judge is featured in Decanter magazine as part of its 40th …

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Industrial excellence

Bentley Motors wins European Industrial Excellence Awards in competition judged by academics including Dr Jane Davies of Cambridge Judge Business School. Bentley …

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Cytora funding

Accelerate Cambridge programme venture Cytora, a risk-analytics company, raises its second round of investment. Cytora, a risk-analytics company that was part of …

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TiVo: beyond disruption

Digital video recording (DVR) firm TiVo successfully navigated the “disruptor’s dilemma” by gaining support from the TV ecosystem it disrupted, says study …

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‘Hybrid’ honours

Awards for PhD student Laura Claus for studies on ‘hybridity’. Laura Claus, a PhD candidate at Cambridge Judge Business School, recently was …

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POD Point

Electric-car charging firm with Cambridge Judge connections is named one of the UK’s fastest-growing private tech companies. POD Point, a company that …

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Corporate values to the fore

Wealth advisory firm Stonehage Fleming refines focus and values through leadership development programme devised by Executive Education division of Cambridge Judge Business …

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Cities at risk

New model by Cambridge Centre for Risk Studies for Lloyd’s says world cities face expected losses of $4.6 trillion in economic output …

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SeeSpeak

Accelerate Cambridge startup launches videophone for the elderly to connect generations living apart. Families today often find themselves spread across the world, …

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‘Blue sky’ banking

MPhil in Management students at Cambridge Judge develop experimental ideas for Lloyds Banking Group’s Innovation Labs. Lloyds Banking Group and the Cambridge …

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Life sciences

Accelerate Cambridge Life Sciences collaboration with AstraZeneca featured in new video A new video on the Accelerate Cambridge Life Sciences programme highlights …

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Womenomics

Study by Sucheta Nadkarni and its presentation win accolades at the Investment Marketing and Innovation Awards. A conference that unveiled the “Womenomics” …

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Investment principles

In analysis for Norway’s sovereign wealth fund, Elroy Dimson of Cambridge Judge Business School outlines principles for responsible investment. Elroy Dimson, Chairman …

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Social Incubator East

First birthday event for Social Incubator East, a collaboration between the Centre for Social Innovation at Cambridge Judge and charity Allia. Social …

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Risk paper honoured

Research paper on deleveraging risk co-authored by Pedro Saffi of Cambridge Judge wins third-place honours at Crowell Prize awards. A research paper …

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Do it with Gousto

Gousto, the food company co-founded by Executive MBA participant Timo Schmidt, wins award at UK Business Angels Association Awards. Gousto, the specialist …

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Business blackout

Report by Lloyd’s of London and the Cambridge Centre for Risk Studies at Cambridge Judge Business School examines implications of cyber attack …

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Keynes the investor

In a blog and podcast published by the CFA Institute, David Chambers of the Newton Centre for Endowment Asset Management at Cambridge …

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Community Interest Companies

Celebration planned at Cambridge Judge for 10-year anniversary of the Community Interest Company. The 10-year anniversary of the Community Interest Company (CIC) …

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It pays to be optimistic

‘Significantly positively biased’ earnings forecasts reduce bid premiums and boost chance of quick merger completion, finds study co-authored at Cambridge Judge Business …

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Transformative innovation

‘Six Degrees of Innovation’ report, commissioned by AT&T and conducted at Cambridge Judge, identifies six successful business models to guide companies. There …

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Psychology and business

Business leaders need to tame their irrational tendencies, David De Cremer argues in ‘Academic View’ article in The Economist. Three irrational tendencies …

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Local customs

Multinationals need to adapt their strategy to compete with local companies, says MIT Sloan Management Review article co-authored by Peter Williamson of …

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Building Radar

European Space Agency award for company co-founded by Cambridge Judge PGDE alumnus that uses satellite technology to track building projects. Building Radar, …

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Huawei culture

Article on Chinese telecoms company Huawei co-authored by David De Cremer is featured in the Harvard Business Review. The global success of …

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Challenging assumptions

Liberal UK economic policies since 1979 have not spurred growth, says report from the Centre for Business Research at Cambridge Judge Business …

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Entrepreneurship grants

Recipients of Cambridge Judge start-up grants have raised over £5 million in funding. Recipients of start-up grants from an Investment Fund at …

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Entrepreneurial findings

Entrepreneurs in classroom and mentoring boost learners’ confidence in entrepreneurial education, finds study at Cambridge Judge Business School. The presence of entrepreneurs …

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SME competitiveness

CEO Growth Challenge kicks off. The CEO Growth Challenge, an innovative programme that aims to enhance the competitiveness of 16 high-potential companies …

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Bank taxes

Despite rising global profitability, there has been a “dramatic” fall in UK corporation tax paid by British banks, says Cambridge Judge Business …

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CEO media coverage

For firm valuation, more news (good and bad) about CEOs is good news. More news about a company’s chief executive – positive …

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Slippery slope

Compliance alone is not always best company policy, says Harvard Business Review article co-authored by David De Cremer. Compliance rules alone don’t …

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Womenomics study

Study by Sucheta Nadkarni shortlisted for Investment Marketing and Innovation Awards. A study on the placement and retention of women on corporate …

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Hollywood and the MBA

Brett Granstaff, Cambridge MBA 2012, talks about film, financing and Cambridge. Brett Granstaff, Cambridge MBA 2012, spoke on 8 May to students …

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Everybody’s business

The notion of “industry” boundaries has become irrelevant, which means it’s time to poke your nose into anyone’s business, Kamal Munir, Reader …

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Financial health

Pariti, a finance startup founded by PGDE student, is a fintech competition winner. Pariti, a finance startup founded by a Postgraduate Diploma …

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Mapping social enterprise

Research on social investment from Cambridge Judge Business School wins best paper award at Oxford conference. A research paper on social investment …

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UAE leadership

Executive Education at Cambridge Judge designs HSBC Leadership Programme in Dubai. HSBC Bank in the Middle East has completed its inaugural HSBC …

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Optimal online searching

Easterners search too long for good deals after incurring ‘sunk costs’ from earlier search efforts, finds study at Cambridge Judge Business School. …

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Town and gown

Debate on quantum computing, including remarks by Professor Stephen Hawking, inaugurate new Cambridge Judge “Town and Gown” series linking business and academia. …

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Women in boardrooms

Empowering all women in society helps women reach and stay on corporate boards, says study headed by Sucheta Nadkarni of Cambridge Judge …

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Shareholder activism

Paper co-authored at Cambridge Judge finds that institutional shareholders recall shares to oppose management in proxy votes. Institutional investors often recall loaned …

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Treasury outsourcing

Cambridge Judge student seeks treasure in niche finance venture. Setting up a treasury function inside a company can be an expensive proposition, …

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Expansion go-ahead

Cambridge Judge Business School building project approved by city’s Planning Committee. Plans for Cambridge Judge Business School to significantly expand its historic …

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Project acceleration

Even with proper planning in product development, keeping projects on track is a challenge because project workers have private information about the …

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Don’t delay

Procrastination and effective leadership don’t mix, argues David De Cremer. People are advised since childhood not to put off ‘til tomorrow what …

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Entrepreneurship honour

Biotech CEO wins British Council award. Cambridge Judge graduate Chandler Robinson, the co-founder of a US biopharmaceutical company, won the Entrepreneurship Award …

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The Pi’s the limit

Students devise space experiments on electronics designed by Cambridge Judge EMBA participant. School students across the UK are being given a chance …

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Pharma deal

Company that developed drug that could prevent heart attack and stroke, headed by Cambridge Judge alumnus, sold to Johnson & Johnson. A …

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Business Weekly awards

Two ventures with Cambridge Judge connections honoured at Business Weekly 25th awards. Horizon Discovery Group, the life science company headed by Darrin …

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Business diversity

Lord Browne, speaking at Cambridge Judge Business School, says diversity and inclusion are key to business success. The former CEO of oil …

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Biotech Startup Weekend

During the weekend of 20-22 March 2015 Accelerate Cambridge will be hosting the first Cambridge Biotech Startup Weekend at Cambridge Judge Business …

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Social innovation

Cambridge Judge Business School announced today that a new Master of Studies in Social Innovation degree programme will launch in 2016, developed …

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Bank (mis)trust

Banks have largely failed to rebuild public trust, David De Cremer writes in Harvard Business Review. While banks have increased their number …

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Morale matters

Cambridge Judge Fellow Ben Hardy wins Chartered Management Institute award. A research paper on improving employee morale and performance, whose lead author …

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AutoTrip

Venture co-founded by Postgraduate Diploma in Entrepreneurship alumnus secures funding in under a week of launching on Crowdcube Computing and processing automobile …

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Stale illusion

Mutual funds exploit through higher fees investors who chase ‘stale returns’. Investors fail to distinguish relevant and stale components of fund performance, …

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Be prepared

Business leaders reawake to the risk of regional conflict, Andrew Coburn of the Centre for Risk Studies writes in The Conversation. From …

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Trust in China

Concepts of trust differ in China and the West, David De Cremer writes in Harvard Business Review. To understand how the notion …

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India lecture

Finance education needs more humility, argues Simon Taylor of Cambridge Judge Business School. There has been plenty of blame cast for the …

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High five

Record five Cambridge MBA teams advance to regional finals of Hult Prize 2015. Five Cambridge MBA teams have emerged from more than …

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Cloak and dagger

Why risky ‘competitive intelligence’ persists despite stigma and scant evidence of effectiveness. Firms ‘construct usefulness’ and fear ‘unilateral abandonment’ of the practice, …

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Frugal part two

‘Frugal Innovation’ is now entrenched in the West. In 2012, the book Jugaad Innovation was influential in letting the world know how …

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Enterprise boost

Partnership with Santander funds SME Growth Club and visiting Fellows at Cambridge Judge Strengthening its partnership with Cambridge Judge Business School, Santander UK, through …

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Pipeline politics

‘Turkish Stream’ would work against European consumers, says Cambridge Judge researcher. Russia’s recent decision to abandon plans for a “South Stream” energy …

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Reputation spillover

Each law firm practice area affects reputation of other areas, shows Cambridge Judge research. The reputation of one practice area in a …

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Film poster design

Cambridge Judge alumna launches film poster competition. Innovative film discovery platform FilmDoo is one step closer to international recognition. The start-up, launched …

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Revolutionary fervour

Neil Stott of Cambridge Judge writes foreword to values report. Global Tolerance, a social change consultancy, has released a report entitled “The …

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‘Indirect’ learning

Concern about executive ‘brain drain’ from developing countries is misplaced. ‘Indirect’ learning in mature markets crucial to developing-country firms’ growth, says research …

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EMBA reunited

Gousto CEO brings on board classmate to head operations. They met at the Executive MBA programme at Cambridge Judge Business School, where …

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Funny money

In banking, trust and benevolence don’t mix, finds new research from David De Cremer of Cambridge Judge Business School. by David De …

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The art of apologising

‘Sorry’ shouldn’t be so hard a word, says research co-authored by David De Cremer. Popular song titles have long recognised how people …

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Chinese change management

China faces four serious challenges to become truly innovative, says David De Cremer. China must overcome four serious challenges relating to leadership …

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The spirit of enterprise

Entrepreneurship takes centre stage at CfEL 10th anniversary More than 200 people celebrated the 10th anniversary of the School’s Centre for Entrepreneurial …

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Snappy dress, good cause

‘Suits for Suits’ day raises funds to protect healthcare workers battling Ebola The normal uniform for people behind start-up companies tends to …

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Learning by doing

“Learning by doing” is a key principle of the Cambridge Executive MBA – and the EMBA 2013 participants have been putting their …

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The jugaad juggernaut

The fleet-footed thinking of developing nations is super-charging R&D at multinationals according to Professor Jaideep Prabhu In the West, business innovation is often …

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