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Teaming up

Cambridge MBA alumni reunite to help provide COVID-19 information through the World Health Organization. A partnership between Cambridge Judge Business School (CJBS) alumni helped spark the launch of the World Health Organization (WHO) HealthAlert on WhatsApp around the world. Gini…

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Man using coronavirus health app.

Raising red flags

Government grant for cybersecurity startup ThinkCyber. The ThinkCyber startup co-founded by Cambridge Judge Business School alumnus Tim Ward (PGDE 2016) was awarded a Fast Start UK business disruption grant to further develop its security awareness software Redflags. The project will…

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Red flags on a shoreline.

Technology and work (The Cambridge Judge Business Debate podcast series)

How do AI, video conferencing and other technologies affect the workplace?  L-R: Michael Kitson, Dr Stella Pachidi, Dr Mia Gray, Dr Kishore Sengupta In this episode, joining podcast host Michael Kitson, University Senior Lecturer in International Macroeconomics at Cambridge Judge…

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The Telegraph India: Huge shift

Lord Karan Bilimoria, Founder of Cobra Beer and Chairman of the Advisory Board at Cambridge Judge Business, says virtual technology has become commonplace in business during the coronavirus pandemic. Lord Bilimoria recently spoke at the Advanced Strategy class of the…

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DevOps: Report: Debugging efforts cost companies $61 billion annually

Around 620 million developer hours a year are wasted on debugging software failures, at a cost of roughly $61 billion, says a report by Cambridge MBA students. The team of students worked with Undo, a provider of a software failure…

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Society before profit

Tech industry patent scheme is model for coronavirus vaccines, says Dr Andrei Kirilenko, Reader in Finance. The race to find a vaccine and treatments for COVID-19 has brought together companies, universities and governments to share knowledge at an unprecedented rate,…

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Illustration of coronavirus vaccine.

How an MBA will prepare you for the post-coronavirus jobs market

The coronavirus pandemic has hit the jobs market hard. An MBA could help you stand out once the economy restarts. The coronavirus pandemic has hit the economy hard. Businesses are furloughing staff, the hospitality and travel sectors are in forced…

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Virtual residential week

A blog from the Masters in Entrepreneurship on the impact of COVID-19 on University educational programmes. The Master of Studies (MSt) in Entrepreneurship at Cambridge Judge Business School adjusted its "residential" week to online delivery due to the COVID-19 (coronavirus)…

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Woman learning online.

Mother of adaptability

We need to take advantage of this crisis-fueled breakthrough to fully tap technology, says Dr Jeremy Hutchison-Krupat.  It’s said that "necessity is the mother of invention", but the seamless transition to online work and education around the globe - forced by…

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Dr Farhad Mirzayev spearheads expansion of a technology-driven ticket company

Executive MBA (EMBA) alumnus Dr Farhad Mirzayev wants to add value to ticket sales and marketing in the UK through virtual reality. Dr Farhad Mirzayev (EMBA 2017), has joined a technology-driven ticket sales and marketing company to spearhead its expansion…

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Dr Farhad Mirzayev.

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