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The Guardian: Wreck of Captain Cook’s HMS Endeavour ‘discovered’ off US coast

Kevin Sumtion, director of the Australian National Maritime Museum and alumnus of the Executive Education programme at Cambridge Judge (ALP 2013), comments on the wreckage of (possibly) the famous ship off Newport, Rhode Island. “It’s not definitive that this is…

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Taking a broader look at management

Simon Bradbeer, Director of Research, Development & Innovation at Gatic, came to the Cambridge General Management Programme looking to get an introduction to general management, after being selected as potential business leader of the future by his organisation’s CEO. He…

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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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Family Office Magazine: All in the family

Cambridge Judge Executive Education is to launch a new a new programme on Responsible Family Business & Wealth Ownership. The programme starting in October 2018 will focus on issues ranging from family company ownership to succession to passive wealth management.…

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Building a team for the digital age

Ahead of his masterclass presentation at the upcoming Beyond HR conference in Amsterdam this week, Cambridge Judge Business School Senior Lecturer Mark Thompson considers the implications of digital disruption and the ambidextrous approach to team building. When Klaus Schwab, founder…

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What’s the value of business learning?

For a senior executive who has already found success in their field, what's the draw of Executive Education – why go down the further learning path? That was the question a cohort of participants on our recent General Management Programme…

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LinkedIn: You’ve got mail…… Rising Women Leaders Programme

It has been a little over a month since I returned from Cambridge from what I would call the most important experience in my professional career so far. I was fortunate to receive a scholarship for my place on the…

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Closing the productivity gap through process excellence

The Bank of England's Chief Economist recently commented that just as "most car owners believe they are above average drivers, most companies might well believe they have above average levels of productivity". If the current 'productivity crisis' in the UK…

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Connecting for change

One woman’s mission to revolutionise public service provision. Tracy McLeod Howe has dedicated her long career to public service in Australia. Before being appointed CEO of New South Wales Council of Social Service (NCOSS), Tracy was CEO of Domestic Violence…

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The Spoon: Dovetailed’s CEO imagines a 3D-printed food future

Vaiva Kalnikaite, CEO of Dovetailed and an alumna of several programmes at Cambridge Judge Business School, talks about the future of food technologies. “I’m really excited about the 3D printing of food in general and I think that it has…

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