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Investing in the future – what aspiring finance experts need to know

China, climate change and social virtue – a career in private  wealth/investment management is now about so much more than the figures. Investment expert and Cambridge MBA alumna Janet Mui (MBA 2010) gives an insight into the breadth and depth…

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Janet Mui from the MBA class of 2010.

Prospective bias

A 'prospective' motherhood penalty holds women back in the workplace regardless of their actual motherhood status, says new study from Cambridge Judge Business School in advance of International Women's Day. The workplace motherhood penalty has been well documented. A new…

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Two female entrepreneurs making Cambridge their new home

As we celebrate International Women’s Day 2020 and #CambridgeWomenCan we meet two female founders and discover why Cambridge is the right place for their start up journey. Image credit: Mon Breton Thabo Lennieye (MBA 2018) and Atiqah Zaki (MBA 2018)…

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Cambridge MBA alumni shortlisted for awards

Two alumni of the Cambridge MBA at Cambridge Judge Business School are finalists of the "Women of the Future" 2019 awards in the UK. Amelia Cox and Chayanika Ranasinghe (both MBA 2018) are shortlisted in two categories of the Awards.…

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Women on the Cambridge MBA.

More women leading

Forté Foundation scholars Julia Goldfeld and Sarah Lester from Cambridge MBA Class of 2019 share their insights for the forthcoming year and their personal career journey so far. Career background Sarah Lester (MBA 2019) Sarah Lester from Melbourne, Australia has…

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A special interest beyond the classroom for the MBA student

For those with a range of interests there is a wide range of groups, known as 'special interest groups', that if embedded from the outset into your learning experience can ensure the Cambridge MBA year is that much richer and…

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Energy SIG members.

Charting the right leadership course

When Paul Thompson, CEO and Editor-in-Chief of Radio New Zealand, realised he need to sharpen his leadership skills, he looked no further than the Cambridge Advanced Leadership Programme (ALP). By Paul Thompson, CEO & Editor-in-Chief of RNZ Leading an organisation…

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Balancing act

Fifth annual Wo+Men's Leadership Conference at Cambridge Judge Business School focussed on 'Building Balance' through gender diversity and better workplace policies. The annual Wo+Men's Leadership Conference at Cambridge Judge Business School focussed on gender diversity and how men and women…

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Wo+Men's Leadership Conference 2019.

Cambridge Independent: Cath Kidston at fifth Wo+Men’s Leadership conference

The fifth annual Wo+Men’s Leadership Centre conference at Cambridge Judge Business School saw 150 people attending talks and workshops. The theme of the conference was “Building Balance” and focused on gender diversity and better work-life balance. Keynote speakers Cath Kidston,…

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Financial Times: Mind the gap: Business schools help women break the glass ceiling

The Executive Education programme, Cambridge Rising Women Leaders, seeks to help women overcome some of the obstacles they face when entering the workplace. Academic Programme Director for the programme Sucheta Nadkarni, Sinyi Professor of Chinese Management and Director of the…

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