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Building a team for the digital age

Ahead of his masterclass presentation at the upcoming Beyond HR conference in Amsterdam this week, Cambridge Judge Business School Senior Lecturer Mark Thompson considers the implications of digital disruption and the ambidextrous approach to team building. When Klaus Schwab, founder…

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SimOmics’ virtual laboratory reduces need for animal testing

If you'd told Professor Jon Timmis five years ago that his career was about to take a turn into entrepreneurship, he'd have laughed in disbelief. As Head of Electronic Engineering at the north of England's University of York, with a…

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SimOmics' virtual laboratory reduces need for animal testing

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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Why cannibalism could be good for your business

Research from Dr Philip Stiles, Senior Lecturer in Corporate Governance at Cambridge Judge Business School, reveals the secrets of successfully running existing and new business models in parallel. Introducing a new business model is notoriously tricky – get the timing…

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Profit Guide: The real opportunity in big data

Small start-ups that make advanced data analysis central to their operations do better than more established SMEs that haven’t. Some businesses have created business models that are completely reliant on data. The article quotes Dr Andy Neely, director of the…

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Competitive advantage through new business models (Cambridge Service Alliance Conference)

As European economies bump along the bottom a new approach to manufacturing industries is helping to make businesses more successful in the longer term. Companies which have traditionally manufactured products are now branching out into the service sector. "The Servitisation…

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Shift to services vital for UK industry

Research reveals 12 steps for executives who want to follow a business model innovation approach to service provision The economy of three quarters of the developed world relies on the standalone service sector. However, 40 per cent of manufacturers now…

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Professor Andy Neely

Business model innovation

Dr Chander Velu, University Lecturer in Marketing at Cambridge Judge Business School and an expert on business model innovation, says firms like Google and Thomson Reuters are already aware of how new technology and new entrants to their markets are…

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Dr Chander Velu

All change: crisis as opportunity

Professor Jaideep Prabhu, Jawaharlal Nehru Professor of Indian Business & Enterprise at Cambridge Judge Business School, on innovating your way out of a recession Quite simply a firm's business model is the combination of its revenue model and cost structure.…

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Evolution, revolution – or business collapse?

Understanding, and reacting to, business model innovation "To a certain extent, the failure of banks following the credit crunch was the result of business model innovation," says Cambridge Judge Business School's Dr Chander Velu, University Lecturer in Marketing and co-author…

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Evolution, revolution - or business collapse?