Centre for Health Leadership & Enterprise

Centre for
Health Leadership & Enterprise

Based at Cambridge Judge Business School we provide the platform for the 20% of school faculty engaged in health-related research. We facilitate links between the faculty, the wider university, MBA and research students, and public and private practitioners to form multidisciplinary teams to effectively address key challenges of the healthcare and pharma sectors. The centre supports these teams in the development of their research programmes and the effective translation of their research back into practice.

Research Update

When slacker is safer: the dangers of exceeding the 'tipping point'
We all have a tipping point: a pressure point beyond which we are no longer efficient and effective, but just stressed and confused. For most of us reaching the tipping point just means that productivity starts to suffer but, for some, particularly in the healthcare industry, that tipping point could be a matter of life or death. Indeed, new research in clinical settings has major implications for the way we think about capacity and stress in the workplace. The research, conducted by CCHLE's Professor Stefan Scholtes, together with two German collaborators, has demonstrated conclusively that far from maximising efficiency, exceeding a capacity "tipping point" on a hospital ward can have dire consequences. Read more

Latest News & Events

Management training vital to the success of the healthcare and pharmaceutical sector
25 Jun 2013

According to CCHLE's Professor Stefan Scholtes, healthcare leaders are having to confront the issues of integration and privatisation. "A big challenge in health service delivery in hospitals and local healthcare systems is around integration of services. Given the increasing degree of specialisation in medicine, that's becoming more and more complicated: services have developed away from the patient." Read more

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