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Collaborative uncoupling in business

Companies that separate through divestiture or spin-outs can benefit from continued collaboration, but negative terminology like 'split-up' and 'divorce' often get in the way, says a new study co-authored by Professor Shahzad Ansari of Cambridge Judge Business School. Popular music…

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Cross-border entrepreneurship co-operation

"Campus Entrepreneurship" cooperation agreement is signed between Cambridge Judge Business School, University of Bergamo and Maastricht University. A co-operation agreement on entrepreneurship education and university-based enterprise was signed between Cambridge Judge Business School in the UK, the University of Bergamo…

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What sort of people are Cambridge MBAs?

The diversity of our MBA class makes for a powerful learning experience - we carefully select each cohort from a wide-range of backgrounds. This year we welcomed a surgeon, a film producer, a professional jazz drummer, a former US marine,…

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Why leadership is not all about YOU

When, in 2012, US businessman Arne Sorenson became the first ever head of the Marriott Hotel chain in its 88-year history to be appointed from outside the Marriott family, he had a surprisingly modest vision of how the company would…

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Project acceleration

Even with proper planning in product development, keeping projects on track is a challenge because project workers have private information about the real progress, which they do not always want to share. Cooperation and 'psychological safety' as important as planning,…

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Project acceleration

The Economist: Letters to the editor: University challenge

In a letter to The Economist, Sir Hermann Hauser, serial entrepreneur and member of the advisory board at Cambridge Judge Business School, says that the historic competition between Oxford and Cambridge is not the best way forward. He says: "Collaboration…

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Cambridge showcased in ‘Innovation Ecosystem’ Report for World Economic Forum

Cambridge Judge Business School, St John's Innovation Centre and Cambridge start-up Social i Media have collaborated on a report for the World Economic Forum in Davos, showcasing Cambridge's innovation ecosystem. The report, commissioned by the Economist Intelligence Unit to support…

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Making the transition to collaborative innovation

Moving away from the "Not Invented Here" culture to the "Proudly Found Elsewhere" culture Dr Chander Velu, a University Lecturer in Marketing at Cambridge Judge Business School, says firms are tapping into new eco-systems in order to collaborate more and…

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