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Cambridge Advanced Leadership Programme (ALP)

Developing your personal leadership style

The concept of Individualised Personal Development, often referred to as 'coaching', now forms a critical focus at the end of week two of the Cambridge Advanced Leadership Programme. Four of the delegates of a recent cohort of the ALP got…

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Cambridge Advanced Leadership Programme cohort

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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The power of peer learning in Executive Education

Part of the strength of the Cambridge Judge Business School learning experience is the opportunity to exchange ideas and solutions with your peers – a process which three of our most recent Advanced Leadership Programme cohort found particularly useful... Vikas…

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Executive Education delegates

Film producer looks at leadership through a fresh lens

Jennifer Jonas is familiar with the University of Cambridge, having completed an MPhil in comparative literature at St John's College in 1985. She started working in the film industry prior to completing her MPhil and went on to produce her…

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Cambridge Judge Business School

Juggling act: banking, family and rowing

Ailsa Kegler of Newton Investment Management, an alumna of the Advanced Leadership Programme (ALP 2015) delivered by Cambridge Judge Business School Executive Education, talks about leadership, gender inequality and the Boat Race. You have been working at BNY Mellon and…

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What’s next? Australian entrepreneur gains fresh perspective at Cambridge Judge Business School

Armed with an MBA, 30 years' business experience, a doctorate in competitive customer experience and a role as the Executive Director of a successful startup, Wynde Mason is by all accounts an accomplished businesswoman; but she was looking for a…

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King's College, Cambridge

Want a fresh perspective on leadership? Go to business school, says NZ Lieutenant Colonel

Lieutenant Colonel Andrew Fox went to business school and came away with a new frame of reference. Lieutenant Colonel Andrew Fox is no stranger to making tough decisions in tough circumstances: with 25 years as a serving officer in the…

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Lieutenant Colonel Andrew Fox

It’s never too late to go to business school

When board-level execs go to business school the results are spectacular. CFO Simon Hoenderop explains. Think you're too senior for business school? Think again. The world is changing, and wise leaders know they need to change with it. We spoke…

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Conflicting motives, strategies and outcomes in merger and acquisition activity

By Peter Williamson, Honorary Professor of International Management at Cambridge Judge Business School Creating oligopolies? Reducing in healthy competition? Up go the prices and fees; down goes the service and/or product quality. Customers are put in a stranglehold. There is…

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Three weeks in Cambridge

Three weeks back in Cambridge changed my life, says Cambridge alumnus Constantine Goulimis. If you've ever wondered what life would be like outside the comfort zone, ask Constantine Goulimis. Having spent many years working at the highest level, Goulimis, a…

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