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Run the mile you’re on: Greg Nance

Cambridge Judge Business School alumnus and ultramarathon runner, Greg Nance (MPhil in Management 2011) says success as an entrepreneur and as an endurance athlete has a lot in common. Greg, who is Co-founder and Chairman of Moneythink, Founder and CEO…

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Time management

A new book by Cambridge Judge alumnus, on how to spend time efficiently and happily, becomes the number one top seller in Amazon's Business Time Management Skills category in the UK. James Wallman (PGDE 2017) A new book about making…

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Time management

A central banker who rode a solar-powered bike across the Sahara

Simon Milward (MBA 2008) was working in international development before he enrolled at Cambridge Judge and started his own business in solar energy. Now, Simon is at the Bank of England. We caught up with Simon to talk about his…

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Simon Milward crossing the Sahara desert on his solar-powered bicycle

China cost innovation

Unconventional organisational processes, not only lower-cost talent, have led to cost innovation among Chinese companies, says a new study co-authored by Peter Williamson and Eden Yin of Cambridge Judge Business School's Cambridge Centre for Chinese Management. The cost advantage of…

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Non-tech in a tech world – how an MBA can take you there

Are you a non-techie who has gazed enviously at the big tech companies thinking there is no place for you in that world? Think again. As these rapidly growing global organisations get larger and more complex they need droves of…

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Cambridge MBA students

The Boat Race

Three students at Cambridge Judge Business School – Sophie Deans, Pippa Whittaker and Natan Wegrzycki-Szymczyk – are named to the Cambridge University crews for The Boat Race 2019 against Oxford University, to be held on 7 April. Three current students…

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The Independent: 12 best recipe boxes that deliver meal inspiration straight to your door

Gousto, a food in a box delivery company, is among “the best 12 recipe boxes”, according to the Independent. The company’s customers choose meals online, and then Gousto delivers the right amount of ingredients to the person’s home so they…

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Tech Corridor: Women in STEAM: The Technologists

The article on female engineers includes Veena Adityan, CEO of Smartbell and an alumna of the Cambridge MBA programme (MBA 2014). Smartbell is developing an IoT platform for farmers that will help to improve herd health and yields by giving…

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The Executive MBA – 10 years on

Where are the Cambridge Executive MBA class of 2009 now? The Cambridge Executive MBA (EMBA) was launched in 2009 to provide a global business education to professionals holding senior leadership positions. The challenges facing senior executives in the workplace have…

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Cambridge Executive MBA class of 2009

Pay it forward: or what happened at the very first EMBA ‘business speed date’ night

The Executive MBA (EMBA) at Cambridge Judge Business School is 10 years old. Six hundred and sixty participants have been through the programme so far and to mark this anniversary we decided to do something a little different. So we…

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Pay it forward: or what happened at the very first EMBA ‘business speed date’ night

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