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NHS reform on the quiet

The most profound National Health Service reforms may come from low-cost initiatives that operate 'in the shadows' because they escape resistance from vested interests, says study at Cambridge Judge Business School, University of Cambridge. The most profound reforms of the…

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A doctor with a Stethoscope around his neck looking at a patients file.

Dealing with stigma in social enterprise

Study by Professor Paul Tracey of Cambridge Judge about how organisations can positively handle "stigma" is cited in the Stanford Social Innovation Review. A study co-authored by Professor Paul Tracey of Cambridge Judge about how organisations can achieve positive outcomes…

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How context makes conflict trauma hard to understand, and not just for Trump

When US presidential hopeful Donald Trump jumped with characteristic abandon into the debate over post-traumatic stress disorder, his comments that some veterans are not "strong enough" to handle the mental stresses of combat were broadly criticised. War veterans, and the…

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Soldier carrying another wounded soldier in the battle field. Acton photo of war-time action.

Workload and patient treatment

Workload affects both treatment and referral decisions by "gatekeepers" to specialist services such as primary care physicians and emergency doctors, says a new study co-authored at Cambridge Judge Business School, University of Cambridge. People with serious ailments naturally desire immediate…

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Healthcare And Medicine, Paperwork, Doctor

Organisational change award

Article in MIT Sloan Management Review co-authored by Cambridge Judge Director Christoph Loch wins annual Richard Beckhard Memorial Prize. An article in MIT Sloan Management Review co-authored by Cambridge Judge Business School Director Christoph Loch has been awarded the annual…

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Have we misunderstood post-traumatic stress disorder?

In understanding war-related post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), a person's cultural and professional context is just as important as how they cope with witnessing wartime events, says a new study in the Academy of Management Journal. It's long been assumed that…

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Mark de Rond wins Research Impact Award

Mark de Rond of Cambridge Judge is honoured with the School’s Research Impact Award for how his work on high-performing teams impacted other organisations. Mark de Rond, Reader in Strategy & Organisation at Cambridge Judge Business School, has been honoured…

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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 Studies in conjunction with Lockheed Martin. Collaboration between government, industry and the technology community is key to minimising…

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Looking beyond corporate boards

Director term limits and corporate governance codes, but not quotas, help boost female representation in top executive positions, finds new study from Cambridge Judge Business School and the 30% Club. Term limits for directors and gender diversity rules in corporate…

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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" study by Sucheta Nadkarni of Cambridge Judge, which was commissioned by BNY Newton and Newton Investment Management, won…

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Womenomics

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