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UCT GSB MBA Info Session Webinar
UCT GSB MBA Info Session Webinar
14 July 2020,
ALL CITIES IN SOUTH AFRICA

THE International MBA - InfoBytes
THE International MBA - InfoBytes
30 July 2020,
ALL CITIES IN SOUTH AFRICA



Moleli’s taking it to the next level

In five years’ time, Macfarlane Moleli wants to be running his own media house, hosting his own TV show and changing African narratives, but first though he’s got to get his MBA. Click here to read further.

How startups can drive growth in a disrupted world

The economic and social upheaval caused by the COVID-19 pandemic underlines the need for a collective, and robust national strategy to unlock entrepreneurship in South Africa. Click here to read further.

How do we change norms as we rebuild post Covid-19?

We need PPE against fake news, fake science, racism, sexism and toxic behaviour. Click here to read further.

Leadership’s toughest test

In a post-pandemic world, leaders will face a number of critical tasks and processes. Click here to read further.

SA is paying dearly for yesterday’s mistakes

It is clear from the latest budget statement that, apart from Covid-19, the SA of today is paying dearly for yesterday’s mistakes. Click here to read further.

MBA applications break all records for Henley

Henley Business School Africa has attracted its highest ever number of applications for its MBA class this year – 580, up from 420 two years ago. Click here to read further.

The regulatory environment can stop innovation in Africa

Necessity may be driving innovation at this time, but to properly realise the benefits of this trend requires that more attention be paid to improving the enabling environment, particularly regulatory and legal frameworks. Click here to read further.

Embracing the unknown can make you a better leader

COVID-19 is giving leaders everywhere a crash course in living with volatility, uncertainty, complexity and ambiguity (VUCA). Fortunately, says Jerome Thomas, he got a head start with his EMBA at the UCT GSB. Click here to read further.

Planning for the post-COVID-19 workforce: Four scenarios

Significant uncertainty surrounds what the "new normal" could look like for firms beyond the COVID-19 crisis, particularly in terms of human capital. But scenario thinking can help organisations better anticipate and adapt. Click here to read further.

3 ways to be happier... even in the middle of a pandemic

Learning how to be happier at work can be a challenge at the best of times. Here are three simple ideas to increase your well being now. Click here to read further.

Tendai Mtawarira went back to school this month

Tendai Mtawarira went back to school this month – from the comfort of his home in Durban – as the inaugural recipient of a special scholarship from Henley Business School Africa. Click here to read further.

Can you spot the wizards with their smoke and mirrors?

Amidst all the pressure, who should you be listening to when so many voices are shouting in your ears, urging you to follow their home-baked advice? Click here to read further.

UP appoints Dr Morris Mthombeni as Interim Dean of GIBS

University of Pretoria has appointed Executive Director of Faculty, and Senior Lecturer, Dr Morris Mthombeni as Interim Dean of the Gordon Institute of Business Science (GIBS). Click here to read further.

Interest rate cut is another step in the right direction

In line with expectations, the MPC again cut the repo rate by another 50 basis points. It underscores the SARB’s resolve to provide the necessary monetary support in the light of the economic impact of the prolonged Covid-19 lockdown. Click here to read further.

How can entrepreneurs financially emerge from COVID-19?

Traditional models of business funding need a re-think if South Africa’s small businesses and entrepreneurs are to emerge from the financially crippling "winter of coronavirus" into a spring of growth and rejuvenation. Click here to read further.

Is COVID-19 Africa’s economic curse or cure?

African business experts converse about COVID-19 and its impact on Africa’s economy. Click here to read further.

Rebuilding SA’s economy with a focus on agility & education

There’s one question that few are asking; what kind of economy is it that we want? Click here to read further.

It's the 80s rewind - but with internet

Africa is riding the wave of digital opportunity as a result of the COVID-19 crisis. As consumers adjust to the new normal businesses must move fast to take advantage. The winners will be those who are most creative and agile in execution. Click here to read further.

Covid-19: A springboard or tripwire in Africa’s progress?

Covid-19 has compressed mega trends. The outcome of the pandemic and the ensuing crisis is uncertain for developing countries, especially those with relatively weak institutions and higher risks. Click here to read further.

3 tips for managing and motivating teams during Covid-19

The current crisis is offering many businesses in South Africa an opportunity to rethink how they manage and motivate their teams for the better. Click here to read further.

How to keep a cool business head during a global pandemic

During this crisis, there are many lessons learnt in the airline industry that might aid other businesses navigating the uncertainty. Click here to read further.

The post-crisis world: What changes are coming?

The coronavirus pandemic has infected millions across the globe, upended markets and completely altered the business landscape as we know it. Click here to read further.

Time to reinvent your career?

This could be a good moment to look at where you’re going, perhaps even change direction. Click here to read further.

GIBS/TWIMS MBA Manufacturing Ambassador Scholarship

The Toyota Wessels Institute for Manufacturing Studies (TWIMS) in partnership with the Gordon Institute of Business Science (GIBS) is offering ten scholarships for the 2020 intake for the GIBS/TWIMS MBA manufacturing focus. 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.

14 JULY 2020, ALL CITIES IN SOUTH AFRICA

UCT GSB MBA Info Session Webinar

Join us for an information session webinar about the UCT GSB's Master of Business Administration (MBA). Click here for further information.

30 JULY 2020, ALL CITIES IN SOUTH AFRICA

THE International MBA - InfoBytes

Join Henley Africa for an interactive Infobyte on campus where you can meet our staff, get a sense of the Henley MBA and the International. Click here for further information.

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