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CEO of maritime museum: cultural organisations need to adapt to stay relevant

Kevin Sumption, Director of the Australian National Maritime Museum, shares his thoughts about the cultural sector, main challenges and importance of life-long learning. Kevin Sumption PSM, Director of the Australian National Maritime Museum and an alumnus of Cambridge Judge's executive…

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'Action Stations' and the new Waterfront Pavilion, 2015

‘Lego Master’ and Cambridge MBA alumnus Stuart Barr is also building the bricks of his own start-up

'Lego Master' and Cambridge MBA alumnus Stuart Barr is also building the bricks of his own start-up. What's a Cambridge MBA doing in a television Lego competition? Stuart Barr took his Cambridge MBA in 2016 and scored highly across the…

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The European Business Review: Smile, smile and be a leader? Differences in male and female leaders’ use of humour

Being funny at work is good for business, but male and female leaders use humour differently, according to a paper co-authored by Sucheta Nadkarni, Sinyi Professor of Chinese Management at Cambridge Judge Bhsiness School and Vanessa Marcié, alumna of Executive…

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Bringing solar power to India

CEO of Orb Energy, Damian Miller talks about his mission to bring clean solar energy to developing countries. Join podcast series host Conrad Chua, Executive Director of the Cambridge MBA as we bring you a series of interviews with students,…

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Solar power plant - aerial view

Business Weekly: Google chips in as Raspberry Pi consortium secures £78m for STEM initiative

The Raspberry Pi Foundation, founded by Cambridge Executive MBA alumnus Eben Upton (EMBA 2009), has partnered with STEM Learning and the British Computer Society – securing £78 million in government funding to “establish a new National Centre for Computing Education…

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Cambridge Independent: Cambridge startup aids African farmers

A startup founded by Executive MBA alumnus Tom Ellum (EMBA 2016) is aiming to help farmers in Africa to sell their products abroad. “We are building a farm-to-fork platform for sustainably and ethically-sourced food from farmers in Africa,” Tom says.…

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We Are Tech Women: Tech Women 2018 shortlist

Fenni Kang, currently studying for the Executive MBA at Cambridge Judge Business School (class of 2018), has been short-listed for the TechWomen100 award. The Awards aim to highlight talented female professionals in technology and help to “create a new generation…

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Improving legal processes with technology

New chapter by Filip Corveleyn (EMBA 2010) explains how large companies can utilise technology to improve their legal processes. "Companies are used to applying efficiency techniques to production and service tasks, but their legal processes are often overlooked," explains Filip…

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Financial Times: Moving with the times

Eben Upton, co-founder and CEO of Raspberry Pi, a company that created a tiny credit card-sized computer aiming to get children into coding, talks about his EMBA experience. Eben says he developed the idea for the tiny computer while studying…

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From finance and mobile communications to digital advertising

Rael Cline, an alumnus of the Master of Finance programme at Cambridge Judge, had a taste of academic life and worked in financial and telecoms sectors before launching MediaGamma, a machine-learning company that helps brands understand online customer behaviour. Although…

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Rael Cline (MFin 2010)

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