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Andi Davids, Strategy Director on award-winning BBC Two rebrand, joins new creative agency

Andi Davids (EMBA 2015) is providing strategic leadership at a London-based creative agency Recent Cambridge Executive MBA graduate Andi Davids has taken on a new role at Jones Knowles Ritchie (JKR), a London-based design-led creative agency. Andi leads a team…

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Charting the right leadership course

When Paul Thompson, CEO and Editor-in-Chief of Radio New Zealand, realised he need to sharpen his leadership skills, he looked no further than the Cambridge Advanced Leadership Programme (ALP). By Paul Thompson, CEO & Editor-in-Chief of RNZ Leading an organisation…

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Arrow pointing out the right direction.

Winning dissertation

Cambridge Judge dissertation paper by Corinna Frey-Heger on displacement organisation wins the best dissertation award of the Society for the Advancement of Management Studies. Corinna Frey, PhD candidate A PhD dissertation on refugee camp organisation, written by Dr Corinna Frey-Heger…

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What jobs for recent Cambridge MBAs?

Would you be a switcher, an entrepreneur or a triple jumper? We caught up with Cambridge MBA alumni, from the class of 2017/18, at their recent graduation day and asked them about their post-MBA job and how they secured their…

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Cambridge MBAs in discussion at an event.

Business Because: How to get an MBA job on Wall Street

Seb Murray investigates what it takes to secure a job on Wall Street. Tom Stanley, Cambridge MBA alumnus (class of 2016), says internships are important when trying to get a job. He also suggests getting in touch with business school…

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Providing insights into company culture through new app by EMBA alumni

Kieron Faller and Allan Stewart, co-founders of tech start-up Workio have launched the first BETA version of an app to "codify company culture". Kieron Faller, CEO, and Allan Stewart, CTO, Workio The Workio app, which makes use of custom-built chatbots…

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Kieron Faller and Allan Stewart.

Website Gear: Workio to unlock company culture with chatbots, machine learning and AI

The startup Workio is launching the first Beta version of their app to help codify company culture and unlock hidden business performance. The app, which makes use of custom-built chatbots integrated into workplace communications software platforms such as Slack and…

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Recognising vital support

The inaugural Cambridge Judge Business School Recognition Awards salutes Google, Barclays, the World Bank Group, Invesco and the Sainsbury family for engaging with and supporting the School. The inaugural Cambridge Judge Business School Recognition Awards, announced today (11 June), saluted…

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Elevated view of The City of London, early morning. The capital's global business and finance district employs hundreds of thousands of people. The City's skyline is constantly evolving, to the right of the distinctive 'Gherkin', Tower 42 and Heron Tower skyscrapers is the new 'Cheesegrater' skyscraper.

Worship-worthy study

A case study by Cambridge MBA graduate Siling Tan (MBA 2017) on Chinese mobile phone maker Xiaomi’s marketing strategy in India wins a Worshipful Company of Marketors Award. Siling Tan (MBA 2017) Siling Tan, a Cambridge MBA graduate from Cambridge…

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Suspension bridge at night in Mumbai.

An alumnus who dared to make a difference

Eric Xu (MBA 2015) made that difference by volunteering as a regional Alumni Group Leader in China as soon as he finished his studies and has successfully run the groups in Beijing and Shanghai ever since. Eric Xu (MBA 2015)…

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Eric Xu

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