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Tradition, technology and culture change

The University of Cambridge is immersed in over 800 years of rich history. Cambridge scholars pioneered new interpretations of scripture, identified the building blocks of life, the origins of the universe and the origins of man. They invented the computer…

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The next generation of female leaders

With the global rates of female leadership set to grow by 36 per cent, it is clear the benefits of gender balance in the workplace are being recognised. Nurturing and supporting this growth is at the heart of the Cambridge…

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India focus for Executive Education

The Director of the Executive Education division of Cambridge Judge, Dr Kishore Sengupta, visits India this week to discuss a new online education collaboration with Indian firm UpGrad. The head of the Executive Education division of Cambridge Judge Business School…

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India focus for Executive Education

Merging strategy and competitive advantage

The commonly understood definition of 'strategy' is 'a plan of action designed to achieve a long-term or overall aim'. So far so simple, right? For any business leader that has faced the task of articulating or executing a strategy, the…

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The competition contagion

Does the mere presence of a competition change the behaviour of individuals, even when not officially competing? New research suggests the 'competition contagion' could have wide reaching implications for how we view competitive behaviour and motivation. by Dr Vincent Mak,…

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GMCA alum forges ahead at global steel firm

Doris Haselsteiner has spent 14 years carving out a career at the global organisation voestalpine. With over 50,000 employees worldwide and annual turnover of €11 billion, the steel company is a leading player in mobility and energy. Doris worked in…

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Chinese innovation: lessons to learn

by Professor Peter Williamson, Cambridge Judge Business School Despite the recent moderation in growth, China remains the second largest consumer market in the world, contributing to over a quarter of global growth. Indeed, forecasters believe the recent dip is part…

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Business model innovation goes online

Traditional business models are under increasing pressure, from changes in the market place, rapidly developing innovation and divergent buying patterns. The most successful businesses are those that are willing to embrace change and adapt to the world around them. But…

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Film producer looks at leadership through a fresh lens

Jennifer Jonas is familiar with the University of Cambridge, having completed an MPhil in comparative literature at St John's College in 1985. She started working in the film industry prior to completing her MPhil and went on to produce her…

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Cambridge Independent: How 3D printed food will put playfulness on the menu

Nūfood, a Cambridge startup specialising in 3D food printing, is planning to launch an app and Robot 3D food printer later this summer. CEO Vaiva Kalnikaite said: “Our approach is to introduce playfulness back into the kitchen, adding interesting flavours…

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