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502 Henley Africa students graduate in 2018
502 Henley Africa students graduate in 2018

Does your leadership style contribute to employee wellbeing?
Does your leadership style contribute to employee wellbeing?

Helping SA companies to get serious about innovation
Helping SA companies to get serious about innovation

Let the scales fall from our eyes so we can see clearly
Let the scales fall from our eyes so we can see clearly

UNISA SBL honours Dr Judy Dlamini and Mr Thomas Kgokolo
UNISA SBL honours Dr Judy Dlamini and Mr Thomas Kgokolo

Can a younger generation breathe new life into SA activism?
Can a younger generation breathe new life into SA activism?

MPC decision to raise interest rates sends negative signal
MPC decision to raise interest rates sends negative signal

New law will give the Auditor-General the
New law will give the Auditor-General the "right to act"

Pravin Gordhan receives honorary doctorate from Henley
Pravin Gordhan receives honorary doctorate from Henley

Embrace failure if you want to succeed
Embrace failure if you want to succeed

10 traits that make for a good small business leader
10 traits that make for a good small business leader

Pay, power and politics: Where did Carlos Ghosn go wrong?
Pay, power and politics: Where did Carlos Ghosn go wrong?

How many days of this year have you lived?
How many days of this year have you lived?

Imagining the futures of South Africa in Africa
Imagining the futures of South Africa in Africa

What drives great entrepreneurs?
What drives great entrepreneurs?

The entrepreneur’s journey: Lessons from along the way
The entrepreneur’s journey: Lessons from along the way

Is war between China and the US inevitable?
Is war between China and the US inevitable?

How SMEs can bolster growth in future-oriented industries
How SMEs can bolster growth in future-oriented industries

Mandatory ESG provisions could be a game changer
Mandatory ESG provisions could be a game changer

Mini-budget - the implications for business
Mini-budget - the implications for business

GIBS EMBA moves up 20 places on UK Financial Times ranking
GIBS EMBA moves up 20 places on UK Financial Times ranking

Meaningful professional development demands a shift in focus
Meaningful professional development demands a shift in focus

Has the water crisis made SA business more resilient?
Has the water crisis made SA business more resilient?

Medium term budget shows that SA's economy remains weak
Medium term budget shows that SA's economy remains weak

SA’s education needs to adapt to digitalisation
SA’s education needs to adapt to digitalisation

To appreciate value, we have to look beyond earnings
To appreciate value, we have to look beyond earnings

The role of the corporation needs a fundamental reevaluation
The role of the corporation needs a fundamental reevaluation

How we can all resist state capture
How we can all resist state capture

SA’s energy future a pawn in a larger political game
SA’s energy future a pawn in a larger political game

Rationalising corruption: Did the devil make you do it?
Rationalising corruption: Did the devil make you do it?

GE’s leadership problem goes beyond its CEO
GE’s leadership problem goes beyond its CEO

South Africa’s jobs summit failed to tackle the hard issues
South Africa’s jobs summit failed to tackle the hard issues

The real story behind Uber’s exit from Southeast Asia
The real story behind Uber’s exit from Southeast Asia

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




502 Henley Africa students graduate in 2018

There was laughter, tears and scenes of jubilation as friends and families of students at Henley Business School Africa celebrated the graduation of their loved ones at the Kyalami Theatre on The Track on Thursday, 22 November 2018. Click here to read further.

Does your leadership style contribute to employee wellbeing?

A lack of wellbeing in employees can ultimately lead to attrition and absenteeism which place pressure on a company’s productivity levels. Click here to read further.

Helping SA companies to get serious about innovation

South Africa fares poorly when it comes to innovation in part because many organisations have no clear guidelines on what innovation actually entails. Click here to read further.

Let the scales fall from our eyes so we can see clearly

South Africa has always been defined by its prejudice – it’s perfectly understandable given the centuries of colonisation and then the decades of legislated segregation known as apartheid. Click here to read further.

UNISA SBL honours Dr Judy Dlamini and Mr Thomas Kgokolo

Unisa’s Graduate School of Business Leadership (SBL) hosted the prestigious annual Leadership in Practice (LIP) awards ceremony on Thursday, 15 November 2018. Click here to read further.

Can a younger generation breathe new life into SA activism?

More than 20 years since the end of apartheid, a new generation of leadership is firing up the activism space in South Africa that many believe has lost momentum. Click here to read further.

MPC decision to raise interest rates sends negative signal

The decision by the Monetary Policy Committee (MPC) to raise interest rates by 25 basis sends a negative signal to the economy at this stage. Click here to read further.

New law will give the Auditor-General the "right to act"

The Public Audit Amendment Bill will change the DNA of the Auditor-General and help curb poor financial management, but better public sector education is also key, said panellists at an event at the UCT Graduate School of Business. Click here to read further.

Pravin Gordhan receives honorary doctorate from Henley

Minister of Public Enterprises Pravin Gordhan became the first South African to ever receive an honorary doctorate from the University of Reading’s Henley Business School last month. Click here to read further.

Embrace failure if you want to succeed

Most successful entrepreneurs have experienced failure, said talent manager, author and educator Dr Mathew Knowles, at the launch of his new book in Cape Town at the UCT Graduate School of Business. Click here to read further.

10 traits that make for a good small business leader

Many successful business owners and leaders, regardless of their industry or the size of their business, share similar yet specific characteristics and traits. Click here to read further.

Pay, power and politics: Where did Carlos Ghosn go wrong?

The rapid fall from grace of automotive legend Carlos Ghosn is reverberating throughout the industry and casts a shadow over the future of the Renault-Nissan-Mitsubishi alliance. Click here to read further.

How many days of this year have you lived?

As we get to the end of another year, the inevitable soul searching starts. Click here to read further.

Imagining the futures of South Africa in Africa

What is South Africa going to do in an era of automation? How will we secure jobs without pandering to protectionism? Will a Universal Basic Income become a reality? Click here to read further.

What drives great entrepreneurs?

There are many people who embark on this challenging journey not out of necessity due to poverty, downscaling or retrenchment, but more out of a desperate desire to find meaning in their work and to make a difference. Click here to read further.

The entrepreneur’s journey: Lessons from along the way

From rental management to intelligent retail to ensuring farmers in Kenya get a fair deal, enterprising graduates share their stories. Click here to read further.

Is war between China and the US inevitable?

Taking lessons from a historical pattern called "Thucydides's Trap," political scientist Graham Allison shows why a rising China and a dominant United States could be headed towards a violent collision no one wants. Click here to read further.

How SMEs can bolster growth in future-oriented industries

In an effort to further grow the SME sector and boost a struggling economy, leading global financial services firm, J.P. Morgan has been supporting a number of companies to conduct in-depth research into the SME sector. Click here to read further.

Mandatory ESG provisions could be a game changer

With Africa struggling to meet its sustainable development goals, responsible investment has a key role to play, and ESG provisions will be crucial in catalysing additional capital flows. Click here to read further.

Mini-budget - the implications for business

While the min-budget again acknowledged the issues – including corruption, inflated public sector wage bills and the VAT backlog – clear implementation plans to address these issues, remain to be seen. Click here to read further.

GIBS EMBA moves up 20 places on UK Financial Times ranking

The UK Financial Times has released its list of the world's top 100 Executive MBA (EMBA) programmes and the University of Pretoria's Gordon Institute of Business Science (GIBS) has moved up 20 places to 67th spot. Click here to read further.

Meaningful professional development demands a shift in focus

The future of professional development really has very little to do with imparting knowledge or updating subject matter; and everything to do with ensuring professionals are equipped with the key skills they require. Click here to read further.

Has the water crisis made SA business more resilient?

According to research from the UCT Graduate School of Business (GSB), businesses that are able to adapt to one crisis are more likely to be able to survive multiple disruptions. Click here to read further.

Medium term budget shows that SA's economy remains weak

South Africa's fiscal arithmetic and growth expectations in the MTBPS have deteriorated. Click here to read further.

SA’s education needs to adapt to digitalisation

South Africa’s education system needs to be transformed in anticipation of the opportunities presented by the Fourth Industrial Revolution, says Sipho Pityana, President of Business Unity South Africa and Chairman of AngloGold Ashanti. Click here to read further.

To appreciate value, we have to look beyond earnings

Every student of finance is taught that rising profits do not necessarily reflect good strategic decision-making, or the creation of long-term economic value. Click here to read further.

The role of the corporation needs a fundamental reevaluation

Environmental economist and President of the World Wide Fund for Nature, Pavan Sukhdev believes there should be a fundamental reevaluation of the role of the corporation in society. Click here to read further.

How we can all resist state capture

The greatest issue is that state capture has not just been government’s doing. It was the work of individuals aided and abetted by corporates. Click here to read further.

SA’s energy future a pawn in a larger political game

Professor Anton Eberhard of the University of Cape Town’s Graduate School of Business says it’s time to call out the bluff and bluster of those who belligerently oppose private investment in renewable energy independent power projects. Click here to read further.

Rationalising corruption: Did the devil make you do it?

Former captain of the South African national cricket team, Hansie Cronje, was not the first and will most probably not be the last to offer ‘The devil made me do it’ as defence when admitting guilt or justifying involvement in corruption. Click here to read further.

GE’s leadership problem goes beyond its CEO

GE has become, as one expert said, "a slow-motion train wreck." Can a change at the top help turn it around? Click here to read further.

South Africa’s jobs summit failed to tackle the hard issues

Anchored by the country’s President Cyril Ramaphosa in his new broom sweeps clean posture, the recently held Job Summit promised a lot but delivered very little substance. Click here to read further.

The real story behind Uber’s exit from Southeast Asia

Uber, Grab and Go-Jek embody emerging strategies in international platform competition. Click here to read further.

New MBA timetable starts in 2016

South Africans planning to undertake MBAs from 2016 may have to study for an extra two years. Click here to read further.

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