Cambridge Judge Business School, University of Cambridge

Cambridge Judge Business School, University of Cambridge

Cambridge Judge Business School is in the business of transformation - of individuals, of organisations and society.

Address: Trumpington Street, Cambridge
Postcode: CB2 1AG
Country: United Kingdom
Website: http://www.jbs.cam.ac.uk
Membership type:Cambridge University Department

Why CJBS? We leverage the power of academia for real world impact

Cambridge Judge Business School is in the business of transformation - of individuals, of organisations and society.

What does that mean in practice? It means we work with every student and organisation at a deep level, identifying important problems and questions, challenging and coaching people to find answers, and creating new knowledge.

It means we bring forward the latest thinking from academia and professional practice, and apply our combined knowledge to specific business situations to turn it into action.

It means we believe in encouraging and supporting people to create new products and businesses, pursuing goals for intellectual gain, and contributing to social enterprise.

It means we achieve excellence in the quality of our research insights and our educational engagement. We develop knowledge both for its own sake and to help others make a difference.

It means we train students and clients from all over the world, reward performance in our own staff and enable performance in our students and clients.

It means we contribute to society by building sustainability into the heart of our business education and research.

This combination of the latest thinking from academia and professional practice, in turn, enables us to develop greater knowledge and better methods in order to have an impact on the world in which we live and work.

Barclays Scale Up UK

Barclays Scale Up UK

The Barclays Scale Up UK is an innovative programme which aims to enhance the performance and competitiveness of high potential early stage businesses with growth appetite as well as growth potential that are deemed to be engines of growth in the UK.

Executive Education

Executive Education

Cambridge Executive Education programmes are designed for business professionals, managers, leaders, and executives who strive for professional and personal growth. We deliver executive education programmes to help achieve operational excellence and business results. We develop leaders prepared for change in a competitive environment.

Advanced Leadership Programme

This programme is a three-week general management and leadership programme.

The Cambridge Executive MBA

The Cambridge Executive MBA

A 20 month degree programme for senior executives

Online shopping

Beyond fixed price tags: study investigates 'participative pricing'

Buyers have a choice in what they pay owing to ‘participative pricing’ such as online auctions and pay-what-you-want music albums. A new study co-authored by Vincent Mak of Cambridge Judge Business School provides an academic framework for this trend and suggests areas for future study.

19 January 2018Read in full

Cambridge Judge Business School seeks local collaborators

Just a week to go for proposals as Cambridge Judge Business School seeks local collaborators

Could your company benefit from the help of a bright team of students? The University of Cambridge Judge Business School is looking for Cambridge Network members to suggest business projects for its undergraduates participating in the Management Studies Tripos (MST). But hurry - the deadline for proposals is a week tomorrow (Friday, 26 January 2018).

18 January 2018Read in full

The paper was about permafrost thaw

Academic article illustrates cyber scholarship

A journal article on permafrost thaw – co-authored in Cambridge and Colorado – began with a tweet and ended with an email, with not a phone call or meeting in sight.

16 January 2018Read in full

workshop session and audience

Beware of (dis)incentives

The ‘ratcheting’ up of bonus goals can make workforces less motivated, so managers need a clear system of communicating changes to incentives, says a new study co-authored by Francisco Brahm of Cambridge Judge Business School.

11 January 2018Read in full

Space debris

Nikita Chiu on space debris, satellites and public education about space sustainability

Dr Nikita Chiu, a 2016 alumna of the MPhil in Technology Policy programme at Cambridge Judge Business School, worries about an improbable – but potentially catastrophic – scenario: a major orbital collision such as a satellite colliding with space debris.

9 January 2018Read in full

Gofun now has 16,000 cars in 21 cities.

Andrew changes course: from consumer products to car sharing

Andrew Yi Tan followed a conventional corporate career for two decades, but changed course following his Executive MBA at Cambridge Judge Business School to head up fast-growing car-sharing startup Gofun, which now has 16,000 cars in 21 cities.

14 December 2017Read in full

woman looking at screen covered with figures

Study explores ways to curb earnings manipulation

Incentive-based contracts can lead to earnings manipulation, but a new study co-authored by Professor Jan Bouwens of Cambridge Judge finds those risks can be reduced through “organisation identity” by managers.

14 December 2017Read in full

House with for sale sign outside

Predicting house prices

An increase in short selling of real estate investment trusts (REITs) can help forecast a decrease in housing prices the following month, finds new study co-authored by Dr Pedro Saffi of Cambridge Judge Business School.

8 December 2017Read in full

The value of networking in a safe space

The value of networking in a safe space

Why the Cambridge Master of Finance (MFin) at the Judge Business School is a great place to hone your networking skills.

5 December 2017Read in full

children - a show of hands

Form the Future helps young people prepare for future careers in business

Although Cambridge is often described as a vibrant place for entrepreneurs to start a business, many companies in the area are struggling to find qualified employees because young people don’t have skills or experience in business. This is what Anne Bailey and Michaela Eschbach, co-founders of Form the Future venture, are trying to address.

30 November 2017Read in full

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Beyond Innovation: Business Models for Transformative & Competitive Advantage

Beyond Innovation: Business Models for Transformative & Competitive Advantage

5 Mar 2018ONLINE

A new and fully online executive education programme launched by Cambridge Judge Business School Executive Education