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Metro: How a no-deal Brexit is going to affect our lives

Michael Kitson, University Senior Lecturer in International Macroeconomics at Cambridge Judge Business School, discusses what Brexit means for individuals and UK businesses, and says the new Prime Minister will be “likely to impose even more austerity to deal with the…

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IEDP: The art of the strategic pivot

Research co-authored by Paul Tracey, Professor of Innovation & Organisation at Cambridge Judge Business School, looks at how business leaders can pivot when necessary yet maintain good relations with their stakeholders. “Ventures can remove the affective hostility of stakeholders and…

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Barron’s: Why mission drift can be a good thing

“Mission drift” need not be negative and can help an organisation widen its initial focus productively, Dr Matthew Grimes, Reader in Organisational Theory & Information Systems at Cambridge Judge Business School, argues in an article in financial magazine Barron’s. If…

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The Wall Street Journal: Fearing a no-deal Brexit, British companies hoard like it’s wartime

Michael Kitson, University Senior Lecturer in International Macroeconomics at Cambridge Judge Business School, comments on how the Brexit negotiations might affect businesses. He says Brexit-linked uncertainty among UK businesses is “unprecedented outside of wartime.” (subs) Read the full article [wsj.com]…

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Business opportunities and challenges in Brazil (The Cambridge Judge Business Debate podcast series)

Taxes and bureaucracy pose problems, but the investor climate has improved. Micheal Kitson This month's Cambridge Judge Business Debate podcast was recorded in Brazil, as part of the international business trip of the Executive MBA (EMBA) class of 2018 of…

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Aerial view of Rio de Janeiro on a sunny day taken from a helicopter. In view are the landmarks Christ the Redeemer and Sugarloaf Mountain.

China Watch: Integration important in the past, key to the future

Peter Williamson, Honorary Professor of International Management at Cambridge Judge Business School, writes about China’s economy and how integration can play an important role in the future. “Opening up and embracing exchanges with people and countries right across the world…

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China Daily: Chinese brands learn how to play the market

Peter Williamson, Honorary Professor of International Management at Cambridge Judge Business School, comments on how Chinese companies are adapting to changes when expanding to foreign markets. "In the past, Chinese companies tended to focus on product performance and price, but…

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Research Horizons: How to tend an economic bonfire

University of Cambridge academics are sharing their insights and research to support the sustainable growth of the Greater Cambridge area. Dr Andy Cosh, Senior Research Associate at the Centre for Business Research at Cambridge Judge, has created the Cambridge Cluster…

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Harvard Business Review: How companies can adapt during times of political uncertainty

Some Scottish firms see opportunity created by the “paralysis” of English competitors over Brexit, says a Harvard Business Review article co-authored by Dr Thomas Roulet of Cambridge Judge Business School. The article is based on advisory work around Brexit uncertainty,…

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East Anglia in Business: Why getting your hands dirty is imperative for growth

Professor Stelios Kavadias, Director of the Entrepreneurship Centre at Cambridge Judge, is interviewed in the inaugural issue of East Anglia in Business magazine. He says: “One of the most common mistakes I see businesses make is trying to adopt a…

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