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Executive and professional education


Executive and professional education case studies

Here are just a few examples of our work in executive and professional education:

Institute for Manufacturing: Atos

IfM Engage (the knowledge transfer arm of the Institute for Manufacturing) has developed a bespoke executive education programme for the global technology company, Atos, that ensures that their IT experts have broad organisational knowledge as well as specialist technical expertise, allowing them to better serve their customers. Read more >>

Judge Business School: UNICEF

Programmes at the University's Business School are designed and delivered to diverse organisations from a wide range of sectors. Every partnership is unique and is highly valued.

Cambridge Judge Business School Executive Education is working with UNICEF to deliver a three-year senior leadership programme for 150 of their global leaders. The programme includes exploration of leadership through empowerment, collaboration and partnership, as well as personal responsibility and accountability. Delivered both in Cambridge and in multiple locations across the world, the programme encompasses face-to-face sessions with leading Cambridge faculty teachers, action learning projects, self-study and on-going coaching. Read more >>

Cambridge Institute for Sustainability Leadership: Tata Sons

Tata Quality Management Services (TQMS) commissioned a programme to provide Chief Executives and Board members with an understanding of the risks and opportunities posed by climate change. It aimed to familiarise participants with scientific evidence, to identify how companies are dealing with climate issues, and to enable senior leaders to build organisational resilience to climate change. CISL worked closely with TQMS and Tata Group to customise this programme and ensure that it was fit for purpose. Read more >>

Cambridge Assessment Network: SLO

SLO is the national institute for curriculum development in the Netherlands. The Cambridge Assessment Network were invited to bring SLO staff up to speed with current thinking in Assessment and work with them to develop a language for talking about assessment.

To do this, the Network created a bespoke blended learning course on ‘Curriculum and Assessment’ for SLO subject specialists. The course structure included two workshops held at the SLO offices, each followed by a five-week period of online collaborative work. Read more >>

Møller Institute: Suntory 

Møller Institute team won a substantial new contract in Japan as strategic partner for Suntory’s Global Leadership Development Programme, its flagship multi-module, multi-region investment in developing future leaders.  Suntory’s well-known UK brands include Lucozade; Jim Beam; Ribena. The particpants had already experienced an intense journey of self-discovery in the New Zealand outback and examined the company, Japanese culture and their own in Tokyo, supported by the Møller Institute teaching team, and came to Cambridge in early 2019 for a module focused specifically on innovation in Cambridge. The programme concludes back in Japan in April when project teams of participants will present innovation proposals around how products are turning into experiences and what sustainability means in different markets to the CEO and other Board members.”  Read more > >


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