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Executive and professional education

Welcome to Cambridge's executive and professional education portal. If you're looking for programmes for individuals and custom solutions for organisations, we aim to get you talking to the right people about what you're looking for.

JBS: Technology advice from the Advanced Leadership Programme

22 May 2015

Do you have a plan? The five technology threats senior leaders ignore at their peril. Throughout history, companies have been left ruined by the wayside when caught unprepared by changes in technology that destroyed their business models.

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Endorsed open programmes

Providers offering courses under our executive and professional education umbrella have the option of applying to have them endorsed by the Board of Executive and Professional Education.

Endorsement is awarded to those programmes that have the full support and commitment of the Department and the University, and that are fully resourced and quality assured, i.e., those of the highest quality.

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EPE News Feed

Understanding the landscape: High value manufacturing strategies for the regions

22 May 2015

IfM ECS has been working with Swindon and Wiltshire LEP and the Liverpool City Region LEP to help them develop their own vision for high value manufacturing in their regions, and to do so in a way that supports national initiatives.Read more

CEO media coverage

21 May 2015

For firm valuation, more news (good and bad) about CEOs is good news. Dr Bang Dang Nguyen More news about a company’s chief executive – positive and not – is good news when it comes to the firm’s valuation, according to a study at University of Cambridge Judge Business School. More media coverage...Read more

Financial Times: Renault targets India small car market

20 May 2015

Renault is launching its new made-in-India car today. The company will be the first European automaker to produce low-cost vehicles for Asian consumers. Navi Radjou, Fellow in India & Global Business at Cambridge Judge, said this launch is significant for India and developing markets: “In the...Read more

Financial Times: Column inches aid share prices

20 May 2015

The more media coverage a chief executive gets the better his company’s shares perform, says research by Bang Dang Nguyen, University Lecturer in Finance at Cambridge Judge Business School. The study looked at Fortune 500 chief executives from 1992 to 2002. Read the full article []Read more

Slippery slope

20 May 2015

Compliance alone is not always best company policy, says Harvard Business Review article co-authored by David De Cremer. Professor David De Cremer Compliance rules alone don’t breed reform to corporate culture, so companies should institute policies based on awareness and forgiveness in order to...Read more