Cambridge Judge Business School is celebrating Black History Month 2022The School will host a panel discussion on 18 October 2022 exploring organisational cultures that create inclusion and belonging. Panellists include Dr Bola Grace, Founder/CEO of Orishi, providing Inclusive Innovation solutions, Dr Othman Cole and Womba Lagrue. Othman is a senior member of Faculty at CJBS and Womba is the newly appointed Chair for the University of Cambridge, Race Equality Network.
- Formed in November 2021, its purpose is to develop the EDI strategy and to drive tangible and sustainable change working with student clubs, faculty, staff and alumni networks across the School and the wider University.
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- Litigation funding firms provide capital to litigants to bring their lawsuits and receive a portion of proceeds from the plaintiff.
- EDI research has generally focused on gender, race, sexual orientation, and disability – which are all important topics – but research on social-economic status has been underdeveloped.
Max Silin Meimei Zhao Max Silin and Meimei Zhao, Executive MBA students at Cambridge Judge Business School , were named to the annual Best & Brightest Executive MBA students list by business school publication Poets & Quants, which is now in its 8th year. Cambridge Judge Business School Executive MBA students Max Silin and Meimei Zhao are named to the annual “Best & Brightest” list by business school publication Poets & Quants. Your subscription includes a free digital edition of every issue of Technology Record. Businesses need to develop their cyber-resiliency by examining their business practices, and stopping, continuing or starting cybersecurity measures. With outdated delivery systems at many hospitals and clinics, mistakes can lead to costly duplication of services and poor patient outcomes. Our skill set covers the entire range of building services engineering across a wide range of client sectors.
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“That’s three months of additional life for every year over the past 180 years,” said Stefan Scholtes, Dennis Gillings Professor of Health Management at Cambridge Judge Business School. Numbers matter, but how those numbers came to be, and how they work with each other, is quite possibly even more important. For the success of our EDI strategy, we should of course achieve a high level of diversity, while adopting a fair and equitable treatment for all people. News and resources on capital markets, exchanges, trade execution and post-trade settlement.
As a leading construction group that employs 3,300 people across the UK, digital transformation is at the heart of Galliford Try. Peter Rose, shared service centre director at Galliford Try, explains the journey from paper to Causeway Tradex. “There are many good health care innovations, but they’re local – they don’t scale,” said Stefan, who last year with Carter co-authored an article about HCUs published in NEJM Catalyst, a publication of the New England Journal of Medicine. Yet the cost of medicines – and health care more broadly – posed big problems in the 21st century, resulting in many people not having access to needed treatment. Despite what should be big advantages from economies of scale in producing drugs, for example, the price of many medications is exceedingly high.
Ducab Group—one of the UAE’s largest industrial manufacturing businesses—has announced the… IT updates may be quite beneficial to your company, but they are not inexpensive. Plan ahead of time so you can spend your money wisely and get the most out of your hard-earned money. When hardware, firmware, or operating systems are no longer maintained, outdated equipment is more susceptible to attack. If something isn’t actively assisting your staff in doing their jobs, it is causing them to be less productive.
Conference at Cambridge Judge Business School explores the development of Health Care Utilities that scale up innovations to reduce the cost of medicines and other health care products. The average UK household spends £41.70 per month on subscription services, compared with an average of £51.65 in 2021, and jurnalnasional.com £45.50 in 2020, according to research by Barclaycard Payments. The bank’s third annual study on the ‘subscription economy’ looked into how demand for sign-up products and services had evolved following growth throughout the pandemic and the impact of consumer spending in light of the cost-of-living crisis.
This tendency is notably obvious among the 24% of businesses that keep their gear for seven years or more, long after warranty terms have expired. However, your IT will certainly become obsolete at some time in the future. You could just outgrow your out-of-date software and hardware as time goes on. Find out how Re-flow Field Management Software features, such as its digital forms, can protect the railway industry against costly HSE violations. The Construction Innovation Hub has unveiled it’s D-COM project, in partnership with Cardiff University’s Digital Compliance Network, which will use technology to untangle complex compliance checking processes. In this episode of Construction Talk, Peter Haddock and Chris Grant, Partnership Manager at Digital Construction Skills, talk about Chris’ role in the CITB funded programme, which helps to support construction SMEs in Scotland.
A UK initiative led by two Cambridge MBA students and Professor Mark de Rond of Cambridge Judge Business School is providing Ukrainian civilians with lightweight and relatively safe drones to document war crimes. Litigation funding firms provide capital to litigants to bring their lawsuits and receive a portion of proceeds from the plaintiff. “The idea of creating Thaxted Capital came from observing the current market for litigation funding, which is largely London-centric and focused on larger deals (£1 million plus in litigation funding). I saw that and thought there was an opportunity to specialise on a niche of cases requiring £1 million or less in litigation funding, and geographically located in the North and the Midlands,” Jack explains.