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Sucheta Nadkarni

The London50

Cambridge Judge Business School faculty attend this week’s inaugural conference of The London50 for strategy and entrepreneurship. Ten faculty members from Cambridge Judge Business School attended this week’s inaugural conference of The London50, which brings together top senior academics from…

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BBC News: Breakfast show

Professor Sucheta Nadkarni, Director of the Wo+Men's Leadership Centre at Cambridge Judge Business School, comments on the gender pay gap and what could be done to address this issue. Gender pay gap figures provide useful information, but companies may seek…

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Striking benefits

The advantages of gender diversity on company boards is the focus of an interview with Professor Sucheta Nadkarni of Cambridge Judge in East Anglia in Business magazine. The "striking benefits" that gender-diverse boards bring to companies is the focus of…

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East Anglia Business Magazine: What is innovation

Just what is “innovation” – and is there a dark side to this wave of change that has transformed our lives through technology and other breakthroughs? Cambridge Judge Business School faculty – Michael Kitson, Professor Sucheta Nadkarni, Simon Stockley and…

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East Anglia Business Magazine: Bringing diversity to the board table – and beyond

The “striking benefits” that gender-diverse boards bring to companies is the focus of an interview with Professor Sucheta Nadkarni, Director of the Wo+Men’s Leadership Centre at Cambridge Judge Business School, in the latest edition of East Anglia in Business magazine.…

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Women on executive teams

Gender diversity on top management teams improves company performance in times of adverse firm conditions, but matters less in favourable conditions, says a new study led at Cambridge Judge Business School in advance of International Women's Day. There has long…

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Financial Times: Business School: Cultivating polymaths, MBAs look east

Sucheta Nadkarni, Sinyi Professor of Chinese Management and Director of the Wo+Men’s Leadership Centre at Cambridge Judge, is featured in this week’s “Professor’s pick” column. Sucheta picked a Financial Times article entitled Millennial women are looking to peers for career…

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The European Business Review: Smile, smile and be a leader? Differences in male and female leaders’ use of humour

Being funny at work is good for business, but male and female leaders use humour differently, according to a paper co-authored by Sucheta Nadkarni, Sinyi Professor of Chinese Management at Cambridge Judge Bhsiness School and Vanessa Marcié, alumna of Executive…

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Innovation (The Cambridge Judge Business Debate podcast series)

Just what is "innovation" – and is there a dark side to this wave of change that has transformed our lives through technology and other breakthroughs? L-R: Michael Kitson, Sucheta Nadkarni, Simon Stockley, Jeremy Hutchison-Krupat In this episode, joining podcast…

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Narcissism and downsizing

Narcissism can help liberal-leaning CEOs in pushing corporate social responsibility, but it doesn't help conservative CEOs translate their ideology into downsizing, says a new study co-authored at Cambridge Judge Business School. Narcissism (as in arrogance and entitlement) and extraversion (as…

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