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Thames victories

Two Cambridge Judge students, Finn Meeks and Olivia Coffey, were among the winning men’s and women’s rowers in this year’s Boat Race against Oxford. Two Cambridge Judge Business School students, Finn Meeks (MPhil Management, 2017) and Olivia Coffey (MBA 2017),…

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Cambridge University Women's Boat Club

BBC Sport: 2018 Oxford versus Cambridge Boat Race

Cambridge and Oxford rowing crews are getting ready for the annual Cancer Research UK Boat Race that will take place on 24 March. Two students from Cambridge Judge Business School will be racing on the Tideway. Olivia Coffey, currently on…

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Cambridge Independent: Cambridge University name crews for 2018 Cancer Research UK Boat Races

Experienced rowers have been named in the Light Blues’ men and women’s teams for the annual Cancer Research UK Boat race that will take place on 24 March. Two students from Cambridge Judge Business School will be racing on the…

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Row2k: Olivia Coffey: Studying at Cambridge and hoping for a seat in the Boat Race

An interview with rower Olivia Coffey, who is currently studying for an MBA at Cambridge Judge Business School. Olivia talks about rowing, her studies in Cambridge, and hopes to be part of the team in The Boat Race next year.…

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Juggling act: banking, family and rowing

Ailsa Kegler of Newton Investment Management, an alumna of the Advanced Leadership Programme (ALP 2015) delivered by Cambridge Judge Business School Executive Education, talks about leadership, gender inequality and the Boat Race. You have been working at BNY Mellon and…

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Royal Rowbarge the Gloriana

The Guardian: The Boat Race

The 163rd Boat Race took place in London on 2 April where the Cambridge women crew and Oxford men crew were the winners. Mark de Rond, Professor of Organisational Ethnography at Cambridge Judge, spent a year living with University of…

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Eat Sleep Work Repeat: The culture of teams

In a weekly podcast about happiness and work culture, Twitter’s Bruce Daisley interviews Mark de Rond, Professor of Organisational Ethnography at Cambridge Judge Business School. Mark talks about teamwork and culture, the Boat Race, and Camp Bastion in Afghanistan, where…

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Rowing to business success

Powerful but 'less obvious' lessons that Olympic athletes can teach business, from focusing on things you can control to reassessing what 'winning' really means. With the summer Olympics soon to begin in Brazil, what can business learn from world-class athletes?…

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Rio de Janeiro, Brazil - April 11, 2010: Lagoon is the famous inland water connected Atlantic Ocean, mecca for aquatic sports such as rowing.

Cambridge Judge alumnus given a second chance to compete in the Cancer Research UK Boat Races 2016

Clemens Auersperg will row with the Cambridge team in this year’s Cancer Research UK Boat Races on 27 March on the River Thames in London. In 2014 Clemens undertook the MPhil in Management at Cambridge Judge Business School, and is…

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