Cambridge Summer School Programme

Asian Banking School

Asian Banking School

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Over the last decade, 'born digital' companies such as Facebook, Google and Alibaba have led the way as key innovators in their industry. The challenge for the banking industry today and in the future is to transform their strategy and ways of organising through digital technologies to remain cutting edge and competitive. Making this transition requires a rethinking and a widening of the lens of service generation and delivery. For senior leaders, this requires creative confidence. It also requires there to be a change in the way the organisation operates, transforming itself from the inside-out to embrace the business ecosystem. To do so implies a change in how teams traditionally work and cross-functional arrangements to emphasise creativity and build innovation. At the heart of these changes is the need to develop a culture which will support digital working, one which requires agility as well as the tolerance of failure within organisations, and an understanding of new customer behaviours.

Designed for leaders in financial-related sectors, the Cambridge Summer School Programme equips senior executives with the know-how to embrace the journey towards a successful digital organisation ready to compete in the future. It provides leading edge insights from research at the University of Cambridge, as well as methodologies and frameworks to help participants re-think how to lead the transformation of their organisation.

The multi-faceted programme starts with a close examination of the context for digital transformation in banking. We look at breakthrough digital innovations and how they are disrupting trust intermediation in financial services as well as how mobile platforms are enabling financial inclusion in emerging economies. We consider some key risks associated with new technology and the impact of data analytics in this increasingly connected world.

We then work together towards strategic structuring of transformation and building of the digital future. This involves key aspects such as exploration of the expanding role of innovation in digital transformation, adapting business models for competitive advantage, optimising organisational structure for transformative change and developing leadership capability to deliver transformation. BECOMING ALUMNI Participants will have membership of the Cambridge Judge Business School Executive Education alumni network following successful completion of the Programme. Executive participants will be sent instructions to allow them to access the online community at the Business School as well as an Executive Education specific alumni group. Benefits of being a member of these communities include access to a network of very diverse, high calibre international executives from across the sectors; information on new Cambridge programmes for continuing professional and executive development; a series of online webinars and physical faculty-led events on different business and leadership themes; regular communications and news from the faculty and team at Executive Education.

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Lord Wilson Of Dinton

GCB, MA, LLM Life Fellow former Master 2002-12 Richard Wilson was born in Glamorgan and educated at Radley (1956-60) and Clare College Cambridge (1961-65). He was called to the Bar but, rather than practice, entered the Civil Service as an assistant principal in the Board of Trade in 1966. He su...

Kamal Munir

Reader in Strategy & Policy Race & Inclusion Champion, University of Cambridge PhD (McGill University) Research interests Social and institutional change and stability; technological shifts in society; emergence of new markets; socio-economic changes in South Asia and Africa; economi...

Philip Stiles

Philip developed the Global Human Resource Research Alliance, a research group involving 30 companies worldwide - American Express, BAE Systems, BT, EDF, GE, General Mills, IBM, IKEA, Infosys, Matsushita, Oracle, Procter and Gamble, Rolls-Royce, SANYO, Sealed Air, Shell, Siemens, TCL, TNT, and Un...

Kishore Sengupta

Reader in Operations Management Director of Executive Education MBA, PhD (Case Western University) Research interests Project management; knowledge management; business value of technology. Subject group: Operations & Technology Management Professional experience Dr Sengupta has serve...

David Stillwell

University Lecturer in Big Data Analytics & Quantitative Social Science Deputy Director of the Psychometrics Centre BSc, MSc, PhD (University of Nottingham) Research interests Psychometrics; psychology; decision-making; social networks. Subject group: Operations & Technology Managem...

Bryan Zhang

I am the Executive Director and a Co-Founder of the Cambridge Centre for Alternative Finance (CCAF) at the University of Cambridge Judge Business School. The alternative finance reports that I led and co-authored have been covered extensively by media outlets such as the Financial Times, Reuter...

Stelios Kavadias

The effectiveness of new product development (NPD) decisions with a particular focus on the decisions that concern: (i) the strategy implementation through the appropriate resource allocation rules and the definition of the "right" portfolio of new projects and products; (ii) the R&D ideation...

Ben Taylor

Ben first studied Artificial Intelligence in the late 90's. After completing his degree, he went on to specialise in expert system technology in the digital publishing market. He created algorithms for digital layout and innovated new ways of optimising printing workflow. He joined Adobe as a Com...

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Cambridge Summer School Programme at Asian Banking School

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