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NEWS
Professor Nick Binedell is stepping down as Dean of GIBS
Professor Nick Binedell is stepping down as Dean of GIBS

Simulator training will make leaders fly
Simulator training will make leaders fly

Disruption ahead: What MOOCs will mean for MBA programmes
Disruption ahead: What MOOCs will mean for MBA programmes

Scenario planning for strategic thinking
Scenario planning for strategic thinking

Leadership and Management: Mutually inclusive bedfellows?
Leadership and Management: Mutually inclusive bedfellows?

What divides us is less real than the history that binds us
What divides us is less real than the history that binds us

Leading without authority
Leading without authority

School leadership style important for curriculum reforms
School leadership style important for curriculum reforms

NWU PBS Prestige Day: BRICS brands in global rankings
NWU PBS Prestige Day: BRICS brands in global rankings

Not everyone can manage
Not everyone can manage

At the forefront of research
At the forefront of research

Africa Rising and the MBA: Need for a structural makeover
Africa Rising and the MBA: Need for a structural makeover

UCT GSB goes on show across South Africa
UCT GSB goes on show across South Africa

Forecasting: Reducing uncertainty
Forecasting: Reducing uncertainty

The art of delegation
The art of delegation

ANC is abusing taxpayers' trust and money
ANC is abusing taxpayers' trust and money

From
From "Little Einstein"to the prize-winning "Green Machine"

Lights, camera, economic growth...
Lights, camera, economic growth...

Research on social networking websites earns Cum Laude pass
Research on social networking websites earns Cum Laude pass

Team Fulufhelo needs you!
Team Fulufhelo needs you!

NWU PBS Prestige Day a great success
NWU PBS Prestige Day a great success

Regenesys creates access to education in Nigeria
Regenesys creates access to education in Nigeria

African business schools improve global standing
African business schools improve global standing

The unique challenges facing family businesses
The unique challenges facing family businesses

How to deliver better service
How to deliver better service

Scrap Department of Labour says Woolies chairman
Scrap Department of Labour says Woolies chairman

That women can have it all - family and career - is hogwash
That women can have it all - family and career - is hogwash

Solution Space gives start-ups a launch pad for blast off
Solution Space gives start-ups a launch pad for blast off

The importance of doing nothing
The importance of doing nothing

USB: What does the future hold?
USB: What does the future hold?

The power of persistence
The power of persistence

Flying lessons for leaders - Part 2
Flying lessons for leaders - Part 2

Why starting a business is often a labour of love
Why starting a business is often a labour of love

What’s good for the goose is good for gander: or is it?
What’s good for the goose is good for gander: or is it?

Mentoring yourself for entrepreneurial success
Mentoring yourself for entrepreneurial success

Collaborative response needed to address climate change
Collaborative response needed to address climate change

MBA research: Finance challenges facing SMMEs
MBA research: Finance challenges facing SMMEs


"Receiving my MBA was a personal high point in my life"

UCT GSB prof elected as government advisor
UCT GSB prof elected as government advisor

Leadership: Women and the Glass Ceiling
Leadership: Women and the Glass Ceiling

Godfrey Nthunzi – The MBA gave me a wider world view
Godfrey Nthunzi – The MBA gave me a wider world view

Chairman of the Faculty of Assessors (AMBA) visited the NWU
Chairman of the Faculty of Assessors (AMBA) visited the NWU

GIBS Youth Survey: The Mandela Generation
GIBS Youth Survey: The Mandela Generation

Make sure your GMAT showcases your business skills
Make sure your GMAT showcases your business skills

Word of mouth – getting people talking about your company
Word of mouth – getting people talking about your company

Research addresses stress in Durban’s tourism sector
Research addresses stress in Durban’s tourism sector

Entrepreneurship: Re-imagining a new campus habitus
Entrepreneurship: Re-imagining a new campus habitus

Turning SA businesses to Green IT
Turning SA businesses to Green IT

GIBS and Primedia Unlimited uncover shopping mall gold
GIBS and Primedia Unlimited uncover shopping mall gold

The public sector entrepreneur – a new type of leadership
The public sector entrepreneur – a new type of leadership

Only NDP can save SA from low-growth trap
Only NDP can save SA from low-growth trap

UCT GSB goes on show across Africa
UCT GSB goes on show across Africa

CSR is not a project
CSR is not a project

GIBS awards R350 000 in MBA bursaries and scholarships
GIBS awards R350 000 in MBA bursaries and scholarships

NWU PBS: Aiming for the moon
NWU PBS: Aiming for the moon

What’s driving Tesla’s open source gambit?
What’s driving Tesla’s open source gambit?

SA youth would rather work for government than themselves
SA youth would rather work for government than themselves

What will our youth face in 2030?
What will our youth face in 2030?

South Africa’s uphill climb
South Africa’s uphill climb

How to build a good reputation for your company
How to build a good reputation for your company

Gender diversity is not just a numbers game
Gender diversity is not just a numbers game

In discussion with Jay Naidoo
In discussion with Jay Naidoo

New MBA timetable starts in 2016
New MBA timetable starts in 2016

EVENTS
USB MBA Information Sessions
USB MBA Information Sessions
22 August 2014,
Cape Town

Wits Business School MBA Open Day
Wits Business School MBA Open Day
23 August 2014,
Johannesburg

GIBS MBA/PDBA Open Evening
GIBS MBA/PDBA Open Evening
11 September 2014,
Johannesburg

GIBS MBA/PDBA Open Evening
GIBS MBA/PDBA Open Evening
16 October 2014,
Johannesburg



03 JUNE 2012
Regenesys Business School keeps growing at a phenomenal rate
Regenesys Business School has just had another successful intake. In May 2012 the school had another 135 students embark on a journey of personal development and growth with one of the e-learning programmes. Regenesys was the first business school to offer a MBA qualification on an iPad and iPhone, and has continued to lead the way in providing access to quality education through innovative use of technology.

Our first intake this year in January saw enrolments of 574 students, who enrolled for both contact and e-learning qualifications from MBAs and Postgraduate Diplomas to Bachelor Degrees and Certificate programmes.

Our online support systems are dedicated to making the e-learning experience an unforgettable one, through timeous delivery of information and instant feedback and communication. Contact students also have access to all the e-learning support and their evening or day classes are conducted at our campus in Sandton, Johannesburg. We have first-class training facilities and facilitators to cater to all of our students’ needs.

Regenesys has grown rapidly over the years, having an increase from 3395 students in February 2011 to 6082 students in February 2012 (2012 Annual Report). Regenesys approaches education holistically, incorporating leadership skills and emotional and spiritual intelligence into the programmes.

Regenesys is now gearing towards the next intake which is in July 2012 and promoting our exciting two-week International Leadership Development Programme (www.regenesys.co.za/rildp) which will take participants on a world tour of learning global trends, leadership and innovation from the USA, china and South Africa.
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Regenesys Business School
The Regenesys MBA has a holistic approach to the development of future managers and leaders. Unlike traditional business schools focusing on IQ and quantitative management models, Regenesys adds qualitative dimensions to leadership development - emotional, spiritual and ethical. Visit our InfoCentre or website.

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