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Healthcare supply chains

Supply chain management, usually associated with manufacturing, can address inefficiencies in healthcare, argue a team from Cambridge Judge Business School. Dr Houyuan Jiang, Professor Feryal Erhun and PhD candidate Lidia Betcheva The term "supply chain management" (SCM) is often associated…

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Close up view of a healthcare worker carrying a stack of duck taped brown boxes in factory storage room while wearing sterile cloths and rubber gloves.

BBC: Digital planet

Alentina Vardanyan, currently on the PhD programme at Cambridge Judge Business School, recently gave a talk about artificial intelligence and fashion at the Cambridge Science Festival. She says artificial intelligence can be great in terms of predicting trends and what…

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Cambridge Judge Business School teaching case study is among The Case Centre’s best sellers for sixth year in a row

A case study on mobile money transfer developed at Cambridge Judge Business School is among The Case Centre's top 15 best-selling cases for the sixth year in a row. The Case Centre is a membership organisation that advances the case-study…

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M-Pesa mobile money transfer.

Financial Times: A billionaire with no master plan for his family business

Cambridge Judge alumnus Edward Hult (MPhil in Management 2006 and PhD 2007) is quoted in a Financial Times article about family business. Edward, who works for family company EF Education First, shares his thoughts about the challenges the company might…

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Business of Fashion: Op-Ed: How fashion education prevents inclusivity

Cambridge Judge alumnus Ben Barry (PhD 2007), now teaching at the School of Fashion at Ryerson University, Canada, writes an opinion piece about fashion education and how universities should make it more inclusive. “For the next generation, fashion school is…

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Honours for refugee paper

Article on refugee camp organisation co-authored by Dr Marlen de la Chaux and Dr Helen Haugh of Cambridge Judge Business School wins Best Paper Award from the journal Academy of Management Discoveries. Dr Helen Haugh An article on "parallel" organisational…

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Winning dissertation

Cambridge Judge dissertation paper by Corinna Frey-Heger on displacement organisation wins the best dissertation award of the Society for the Advancement of Management Studies. Corinna Frey, PhD candidate A PhD dissertation on refugee camp organisation, written by Dr Corinna Frey-Heger…

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Pivoting successfully

New ventures need to 'pivot' gracefully to avoid alienating their initial user community, says a new study co-authored by Professor Paul Tracey of Cambridge Judge Business School. Like athletes, companies "pivot" in adapting to changing circumstances. But while a bad…

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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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Businessman using futuristic mobile phone

When the late Sir Paul Judge played matchmaker

A party hosted by the late Sir Paul Judge for Cambridge Judge Business School students led to a romance and two wedding ceremonies for Jelena and Jannis Angelis (PhD 1999 and 1998) – both three-day events in Vilnius and Athens.…

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Jelena nee Siraliova and Jannis Angelis

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