Entering our final term of teaching on the Cambridge MBA, I look back at the exciting opportunity I was given to work with a team of MBA students on a project with Inditex, as part of the Global Consulting Project (GCP) at Cambridge Judge Business School. The project involved understanding Internal Carbon Pricing (ICP) models, analysing […]
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Launching the first ever Cambridge MBA ‘E-trek’
Speak to any incoming Cambridge MBA student and one of the most exciting aspects of the MBA experience, that will likely be mentioned, is the MBA company trek. An MBA trek is when students visit companies in a specific location or sector, to get an insider view of the day-to-day workings of an organisation and […]
Cambridge Venture Project – Founders4Schools
In the last two months or so, my Cambridge Venture Project (CVP) group, consisting of Lana Bazzy, Lucy Lan, Sunga Lungu, Akshat Mathur and I, were fortunate enough to work with Founders4Schools, where we worked directly with them to resolve key research questions they are currently facing in their business. Founders4Schools is a social enterprise based in […]
Management Praxis: learning through play
In her second video blog, the MBA is in full swing – with one test down and the first consulting project underway. Induja talks about learning through play in Management Praxis classes, and how the course is directly applicable to working in a collaborative project team.
From Dubai with Love
Induja describes her arrival in Cambridge: from getting the essentials (a pressure cooker!) to her first Microeconomics classes. Her new home is Churchill College, where she’ll be joined by her family later in the year. In the meantime she’s been getting to know the communities around Cambridge.