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Women in private equity

New research commissioned by Level 20 finds that women now entering private equity usually come from banking and consulting, while more senior women came from diverse sectors. Banking and strategic consulting backgrounds are the most common feeder industries for women…

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Channel News Asia: Being funny at work can be good for your career

Humour can be beneficial at work, according to research co-authored at Cambridge Judge Business School, but there are significant differences on how men and women use it. Professor Sucheta Nadkarni, director of the Wo+Men’s Leadership Centre, and Vanessa Marcié, alumna…

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Making the numbers count: supporting and engaging women at every career stage

Professor Sucheta Nadkarni and other researchers call for gender equality and career support for women in the workplace, and an end to "the doom and gloom narrative" over their limited numbers. Hiring more women into senior positions is the right…

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Cambridge Independent: Wo+Men’s Leadership Conference celebrates gender diversity

The annual conference, organised by the Wo+Men’s Leadership Centre at Cambridge Judge Business School, saw around 200 delegates attending. The theme of the conference this year was “Growing Talent: Fostering Collective Success”. Professor Sucheta Nadkarni, Director of the Wo+Men’s Leadership…

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Financial Times: Being funny at work is good for business

Research co-authored at Cambridge Judge Business School, says humour is good for leaders as well as for staff but there are significant differences on how men and women use it. Professor Sucheta Nadkarni, director of the Cambridge Wo+Men’s Leadership Centre,…

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Gender inequality in the workplace (The Cambridge Judge Business Debate podcast series)

Statistics show that gender inequality at the workplace is pervasive, with lower pay and under-representation at top levels for women. How does this harm business, and should governments intervene? In this episode, joining podcast series host Michael Kitson, University Senior…

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Cambridge Independent: A welcome first step, but no cure-all

The new requirement for UK companies to report their gender pay gap is a good step, but more needs to be done in order to address the issue, says Sucheta Nadkarni, Sinyi Professor of Chinese Management at Cambridge Judge Business…

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Wired: The gender pay gap data is useful but it’s just the first step

After the majority of all eligible public and private companies in the UK have reported their gender pay gap, we need to look what can we do with the data, writes K. G. Orphanides in Wired. Professor Sucheta Nadkarni, Director…

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The Guardian: Gender pay gap: what we learned and how to fix it

By midnight on 4 April all eligible public and private companies in the UK should have reported their gender pay gap. Sucheta Nadkarni, Sinyi Professor of Chinese Management and Director of the Wo+Men's Leadership Centre at Cambridge Judge Business School,…

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Camfed honoured

Charity Camfed, which partners with the Wo+Men’s Leadership Centre at Cambridge Judge Business School, wins Social Enterprise award for its work to prevent child marriage in sub-Saharan Africa. Cambridge-based charity Camfed, which partners with the Wo+Men’s Leadership Centre at Cambridge…

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Camfed honoured

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