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Master of Studies in Social Innovation

The social enterprise greenhouse

When it comes to starting social enterprises, Paul Tracey and Neil Stott "would love to see a thousand flowers bloom". But doing good for society isn't as straightforward as it sounds and even the best ideas can fail. Their research…

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Pink roses in a Dutch greenhouse

The Telegraph: Cambridge call in Paul Gustard as they aim to end Oxford’s winning Varsity run

Cambridge head into the 135th Varsity Match against Oxford at Twickenham on Thursday with a quiet confidence that belies their six-game losing streak in the fixture. Three Cambridge Judge students are on the team: Charlie Amesbury (MSt in Social Innovation),…

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Getting down to rugby business at Twickenham

Cambridge Judge students getting ready for the Varsity Match between Cambridge and Oxford at Twickenham Stadium. Five students at Cambridge Judge Business School are getting ready for the annual Varsity Match rugby clashes between Cambridge and Oxford taking place at…

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‘Standing up for organisational principles’ in the face of stigma

'Stigma' if handled properly can bring positive outcomes for organisations by reinforcing identity and purpose, finds new academic study co-authored at Cambridge Judge Business School. "Stigma" is a word commonly associated with ostracism, shunning or shame, a connotation that most…

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Scholarships unveiled at women’s conference

Cambridge Judge Business School and the 30% Club announce the recipients of four scholarships at the Women's Leadership Initiative Conference: Growing Together. The recipients of four scholarships granted to Cambridge Judge by the 30% Club were announced today at the…

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Management in the age of the Anthropocene

Dr Jennifer Howard-Grenville, Diageo Reader in Management Studies at Cambridge Judge Business School (CJBS), reflects on a recent talk by Professor Andrew J. Hoffman, jointly sponsored by the Cambridge Institute for Sustainability Leadership (CISL) and Cambridge Judge, and held at…

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Pollution of the earth due to industrialisation

Whose job is it to save the world?

Climate change, poverty, war, income inequality – someone needs to do something. But who? We asked three leading social enterprise specialists based in Australia who they think should save the world. In between the schmoozing and the skiing at the…

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Financial Times: Crusade to get more women into top jobs

The FT’s Charlotte Clarke talks to Brenda Trenowden, Chair of the 30% Club, on how business schools can help women with career progression. The 30% Club established scholarship with some business schools in the UK, including Cambridge Judge Business School.…

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