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When PhD research generates timely impact

Translating research into valuable insights on how to support the reintegration of people with convictions. The last few months have brought a significant disruption to labour markets around the world. While many people now feel their job is under threat…

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Translating research into valuable insights on how to support the reintegration of people with convictions – when PhD research generates timely impact.

Gender and diversity

Paper by Yeun Joon Kim and Yingyue Luan of Cambridge Judge wins Faculty Transnational Research Award of the Academy of Management. A paper authored at Cambridge Judge Business School on how leaders adapt their behaviour based on their perceptions of…

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Helping Europol reduce illegal electronic waste trafficking – how to leverage a PhD to have impact

Cambridge Judge Business School PhD students are a vibrant community, excelling in research but also determined to make a difference in the world. Every year, their research projects bring them in close contact with non-academic organisations and their engagement helps…

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Supply chain resiliency

Will coronavirus disruptions prompt a new focus on supply chain risk and resiliency for business? A video interview with a global supply chain expert conducted by Sytske Wijnsma, a PhD candidate at Cambridge Judge Business School, was utilised in a…

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Challenges and opportunities

Healthcare supply chains can learn from COVID-19 response. The global scramble to find medical supplies to deal with the COVID-19 pandemic points to both challenges and opportunities for the sometimes too narrowly defined area of healthcare supply chains, says a…

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Think tank honours

Jan Lodge, a PhD candidate at Cambridge Judge Business School, is named a member of the ThinkTank30 of the Club of Rome (Germany). Jan Lodge, a PhD candidate at Cambridge Judge Business School, was named a new member of ThinkTank30,…

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Lessons from prison

How prisoners' coping strategies for loneliness and isolation can help those in coronavirus lockdown writes Jan Lodge, PhD Candidate in Organisational Theory at Cambridge Judge Business School. Jan Lodge, PhD candidate Isolation and confinement during the unprecedented coronavirus lockdowns around…

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The Conversation: Prisoners have to deal with extreme isolation in confinement: here’s how they cope

We can all learn on how to cope with isolation and loneliness from prisoners during these unprecedented times says Jan Lodge, a PhD candidate at Cambridge Judge Business School. Jan has been researching how individuals with a criminal conviction move…

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Turning Cambridge Judge blue to say ‘NHS Thank You’

The iconic Addenbrooke's building, a former hospital now home to Cambridge Judge Business School, turned blue on Thursday 16 April to show support for the National Health Service (NHS) during the coronavirus pandemic. Photo credit: David Amann The building turned…

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Cambridge Judge Business School lit in blue for NHS by Absolute Audio Visual Solutions.

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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