skip to navigation skip to content


Arcadis: Re-imagining work

The podcast looks at how the way we work is changing and what the future might look like. Dr Jochen Menges, University Lecturer in Organisational Behaviour at Cambridge Judge Business School, says there is a risk that people might be…

Read more

From turntables to bitstreams

A blogpost on technological objects, their identities and system functions, and the research path behind it. By Jochen Runde, Professor of Economics and Organisation at Cambridge Judge Business School Editor's note: As the pages of this website attest, academic research…

Read more

Motion of the turntable of warm toned image with shallow depth of field

Expressing their opinion

Two Cambridge MBA students, Charles Heller and Paiak Vaid, have letters to the editor published in the Financial Times newspaper less than a week apart, on mobile infrastructure and tech hubs. Charles Heller (MBA 2018) Two current MBA students at…

Read more

Mobile phone on Financial Times newspaper

How companies recruit – what MBAs need to know

We invited the Cambridge MBA Careers team to talk to us about current trends in MBA recruitment right now. Ania Kowalska-Kubs,, Cambridge MBA Employer Relations Lead When considering an MBA in your future plan, the re-entry into employment afterwards will…

Read more

Large group of unrecognizable business people waiting for a job interview.

EXAME: The days when we interact with a human in the bank are disappearing quickly

An interview with Dr Robert Wardrop, Co-founder and Director of Cambridge Centre for Alternative Finance, where he discusses how technology is changing the finance sector and what the future looks like for banks. "The biggest threats to banks are players…

Read more

Non-tech in a tech world – how an MBA can take you there

Are you a non-techie who has gazed enviously at the big tech companies thinking there is no place for you in that world? Think again. As these rapidly growing global organisations get larger and more complex they need droves of…

Read more

Cambridge MBA students

Evidence Investor: Beware new era thinking

An interview with Dr David Chambers, Reader in Finance at Cambridge Judge Business School, where he talks about “new era thinking” – the idea that investors must invest in new technology such as driverless cars. David says this might be…

Read more

Early-stage technology

Acceptance of market 'ambiguity' can lead to successful commercialisation of early-stage technology by identifying partners and broader potential uses, says a new study co-authored by Professor Jaideep Prabhu of Cambridge Judge Business School. We hear often that business dislikes uncertainty,…

Read more

Global network technology - 3d rendered abstract image. Technology concept.

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…

Read more

Retro background landscape 1980s style. Retro 80s Sci-Fi background city Landscape. Futuristic background retro wave.

Women in tech

Why do women actively self-select out of tech sectors? Newnham College and the Wo+Men’s Leadership Centre at Cambridge Judge Business School tackled the issue at a day-long seminar in collaboration with GlaxoSmithKline and Microsoft. “Women are grossly under-presented in the…

Read more

Engineer Portrait Women One Woman Only Production Line Worker Factory Smiling Arms Crossed Occupation Car Plant Front View Only Women Industry Manufacturing People Standing Waist Up Adult Adults Only Automobile Industry Business Car Showroom Caucasian Appearance Confidence Expertise Females Focus On Foreground Horizontal Indoors Jacket Looking At Camera Maintenance Worker Manager Mid Adult Mid Adult Women One Mid Adult Woman Only One Person Photography Production Line Professional Occupation Restoring Retro Style Showroom UK Workshop