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Sinyi Professorship at Cambridge Judge Business School

  • 1.  Sinyi Professorship at Cambridge Judge Business School

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    The Sinyi Professorship of Chinese Management     

    Cambridge Judge Business School        

     

    University of Cambridge Judge Business School invites applications to the position of the Sinyi Professorship of Chinese Management.

    We are looking for an individual who is enthusiastic about contributing intellectually to the Strategy and International Business group within the Cambridge Judge Business School (CJBS), whose members have published in several leading journals including, AMJ, AMR, ASQ, JIBS, Organization Science, Organization Studies, SMJ, and several others. The Sinyi Professor will need to be capable of teaching Strategy / International Business courses to MBAs, Executive MBAs and Executives and will be expected to carry out research that is not simply published in top journals, but which also has meaningful impact.

    Candidates should be engaged scholars with a global standing in their field. They will also need to have a track record of publications in world-renowned academic journals, a history of successful grant income and engagement with organisations through their work. We are particularly interested in candidates whose research lies in the field of Strategy and International Business, and within those, whose present or future research is linked to the Far East, especially China or Taiwan. Applications from female candidates are especially encouraged and welcomed.

    Standard professorial duties include teaching and research, examining, supervision and administration. Teaching load will be limited to 70 hours a year. The Professor will be based in central Cambridge. It is anticipated that the post will commence in October 2021.

    Cambridge Judge Business School (www.jbs.cam.ac.uk) is a world-leading business school at the University of Cambridge and is globally recognised for its research, teaching and impact. CJBS is in the business of transformation of individuals, of organisations and society. Through cutting edge research rooted in real-world challenges and innovative teaching and pedagogy platforms, we seek to help students and clients ask the right questions to create and deliver change in society and the economy. CJBS Faculty members work with some of the world's leading organisations whether through collaborative research or in an executive education capacity. The Business School is situated within central Cambridge, which is in close proximity to London. At the same time, it is at the centre of 'Silicon Fen', Europe's fastest growing technology-based industrial centre, which gives unprecedented access to large multinationals and to hundreds of smaller entrepreneurial organisations in emerging industries. In addition, the interdisciplinarity that characterises research at Cambridge ensures faculty contact across a wide range of departments and expertise, thus promoting cross-fertilisation of ideas. 

    For further information and details on how to apply, please visit the website of our executive search partners www.berwickpartners.co.uk/80330 and read the attached candidate brief.

    For an informal and confidential discussion, please speak with our advisors at Berwick Partners;

    Elizabeth James
    Partner

    Email: Elizabeth.james@berwickpartners.co.uk

    Telephone: 07715 993443

    Closing date for applications: 28th August 2020

    Please provide the following documentation for a full application:

    1. a letter of application (cover letter),
    2. a statement of current and future research plans,
    3. a curriculum vitae with a publications list and details of three referees, and
    4. a 5-year summary of teaching portfolio and evaluations with a clear description of the rating scale the evaluations are based on.


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    Jochem Kroezen
    University Lecturer in International Business
    Cambridge Judge Business School
    University of Cambridge
    j.kroezen@jbs.cam.ac.uk

    https://www.jbs.cam.ac.uk/faculty-research/faculty-a-z/jochem-kroezen/
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