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NEWS
Henley offers scholarships to investigative journalists
Henley offers scholarships to investigative journalists

5 trends that can keep the South African MBA relevant
5 trends that can keep the South African MBA relevant

We need to realign government, business and civil society
We need to realign government, business and civil society

Life as a full-time MBA student
Life as a full-time MBA student

Brexit delay provides breathing space for SA
Brexit delay provides breathing space for SA

MSA joins the ADvTECH family
MSA joins the ADvTECH family

SA plunges to 117 out of 149 in gender wage equality
SA plunges to 117 out of 149 in gender wage equality

UCT’s Executive MBA recognised for its distinctive approach
UCT’s Executive MBA recognised for its distinctive approach

GIBS Executive MBA programme debuts in top 50
GIBS Executive MBA programme debuts in top 50

Can Africa fill the glass?
Can Africa fill the glass?

YALI AFRICA launch at Unisa
YALI AFRICA launch at Unisa

The fake resurrection of South Africa
The fake resurrection of South Africa

Don't panic: The digital revolution isn’t that unusual
Don't panic: The digital revolution isn’t that unusual

Why Agile works
Why Agile works

How firms can avoid the mediocrity trap
How firms can avoid the mediocrity trap

How a 100000-strong company is relearning how to innovate
How a 100000-strong company is relearning how to innovate

The changing shape of the MBA
The changing shape of the MBA

Adding climate change to curriculum is a top priority
Adding climate change to curriculum is a top priority

The MBA should turn you into a business disruptor
The MBA should turn you into a business disruptor

Innovation in SA organisations driven by C-level support
Innovation in SA organisations driven by C-level support

UNISA SBL a torch-bearer of training for military veterans
UNISA SBL a torch-bearer of training for military veterans

Scaling up the MBA for relevance in the 4IR
Scaling up the MBA for relevance in the 4IR

Moody's: SA not out of the woods yet
Moody's: SA not out of the woods yet

GIBS manufacturing-focused MBA kicks off in Durban
GIBS manufacturing-focused MBA kicks off in Durban

Henley’s Makhoalibe selected for sought-after programme
Henley’s Makhoalibe selected for sought-after programme

Personal potential, a source of power
Personal potential, a source of power

Reach your business leadership potential with a MBA from WBS
Reach your business leadership potential with a MBA from WBS

MPC: SA needs a period of stable interest rates
MPC: SA needs a period of stable interest rates

SA’s energy problems just the tip of the iceberg
SA’s energy problems just the tip of the iceberg

What's really driving disruption?
What's really driving disruption?

Why has there been such a failure of leadership?
Why has there been such a failure of leadership?

Steinhoff: Exactly where does responsibility stop and start?
Steinhoff: Exactly where does responsibility stop and start?

The cure for the loneliness of command
The cure for the loneliness of command

How to survive in the age of digital transformation
How to survive in the age of digital transformation

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

EVENTS
Henley MBA & PGDIP Preview Day
Henley MBA & PGDIP Preview Day
29 May 2019,
Pretoria

UCT GSB MBA Information Sessions
UCT GSB MBA Information Sessions
15 October 2019,
Johannesburg



Henley offers scholarships to investigative journalists

Henley Business School Africa is offering two scholarships honouring those who are speaking truth to power. It is open to investigative journalists and media practitioners who have shown courage and determination in their craft. Click here to read further.

5 trends that can keep the South African MBA relevant

The nature of the MBA degree is changing and business schools in South Africa need to adapt their offerings to stay relevant. Click here to read further.

We need to realign government, business and civil society

Governments must create a policy and legal framework for businesses to invest to improve living standards of society and create jobs and grow economies, says Vuyani Jarana, CEO of South African Airways (SAA). Click here to read further.

Life as a full-time MBA student

Your decision to do an MBA is nothing but that - YOUR decision. Whether it is to pursue a career in multiple business sectors, a higher salary potential or to be your own boss - "your why" matters. Click here to read further.

Brexit delay provides breathing space for SA

The inevitable decision by the European Union and the United Kingdom to now agree a flexible extension of the deadline for the Brexit outcome beyond April 12 to October 31 is good news for South Africa. Click here to read further.

MSA joins the ADvTECH family

Effective 8 April 2019, MSA will integrate into The Independent Institute of Education (The IIE), ADvTECH’s Higher Education subsidiary, and will be established as IIE MSA, a brand of The IIE. Click here to read further.

SA plunges to 117 out of 149 in gender wage equality

The 2018 World Economic Forum (WEF) Global Gender Report ranks South Africa’s gender equality 19th out of 149 countries, but on the element of wage equality for similar work the ranking plunges to 117th. Click here to read further.

UCT’s Executive MBA recognised for its distinctive approach

The UCT Graduate School of Business (GSB) is ranked 46th in the world, and the best in Africa, for its Executive MBA programme according to the QS Global EMBA Rankings for 2019. Click here to read further.

GIBS Executive MBA programme debuts in top 50

University of Pretoria’s Gordon Institute of Business Science (GIBS) offers one of the world’s best Executive MBAs, according to global business school analyst QS, or Quacquarelli Symonds. Click here to read further.

Can Africa fill the glass?

Africa, often regarded as the last frontier in the global economy, can either be viewed as the glass half-full or half-empty. Click here to read further.

YALI AFRICA launch at Unisa

On Wednesday afternoon, 17 April, dignitaries, development agencies and academics gathered together at Unisa for the official launch of the Young Africa Leaders Initiative (YALI) AFRICA. Click here to read further.

The fake resurrection of South Africa

While hopes are being pinned on the 8 May election to provide the ailing South African economy with new direction and growth, all indications are that this faith may be unfounded. Click here to read further.

Don't panic: The digital revolution isn’t that unusual

Let’s learn from the lessons of history and step up and deal with these changes, rather than running away from them. Click here to read further.

Why Agile works

Companies that get agile right see impressive results. Click here to read further.

How firms can avoid the mediocrity trap

Due to envy or insecurity, B-players may fail to hire the best people. Click here to read further.

How a 100000-strong company is relearning how to innovate

Bayer rediscovers its spark for the 21st century Click here to read further.

The changing shape of the MBA

Is the traditional MBA still relevant? Is it still serving the needs of the business community in a changing world of work? Click here to read further.

Adding climate change to curriculum is a top priority

Academics say that businesses and business schools must respond to climate change, since government action is not enough. Click here to read further.

The MBA should turn you into a business disruptor

The once pristine white columns that adorn the main courtyard at Henley Business School Africa have been painted over. Click here to read further.

Innovation in SA organisations driven by C-level support

Turf wars, office politics, lack of alignment and budget pressures the dominant innovation obstacles in South Africa. Click here to read further.

UNISA SBL a torch-bearer of training for military veterans

The Minister of State Security, Dipuo Letsatsi-Duba, has said that the Unisa’s Graduate School of Business Leadership is a torch bearer of government’s aim in bringing critical education initiatives to South Africa’s military veterans. Click here to read further.

Scaling up the MBA for relevance in the 4IR

We are witnessing changes that happen at an exponential rather than linear rate, and they affect all economies. No one knows yet where we are headed. Click here to read further.

Moody's: SA not out of the woods yet

The economy is not yet out of the woods and Moody's decision should be seen as a stay of execution, rather than as a reprieve. Click here to read further.

GIBS manufacturing-focused MBA kicks off in Durban

In a partnership with the new Toyota Wessels Institute for Manufacturing Studies, the University of Pretoria's Gordon Institute of Business Science, has launched a Postgraduate Diploma and Masters of Business Administration in Durban. Click here to read further.

Henley’s Makhoalibe selected for sought-after programme

Dr Puleng Makhoalibe, Head of Henley Business School Africa’s School of Innovation, Creativity and Entrepreneurship (Henley ICE) is one of 20 women globally selected to participate in the 2019 Women Leaders for the World Program (WLW). Click here to read further.

Personal potential, a source of power

Problems of violence, drugs and gangsterism in places like Mitchell’s Plain are symptoms of a much deeper problem that could be addressed through creative processes that help young people tap into a deeper source of fulfilment. Click here to read further.

Reach your business leadership potential with a MBA from WBS

As one of the oldest, most established business schools in Africa, Wits Business School (WBS) has been graduating business leaders for fifty years. Click here to read further.

MPC: SA needs a period of stable interest rates

The widely expected decision by the MPC to again keep interest rates unchanged was the right decision in present economic circumstances. Click here to read further.

SA’s energy problems just the tip of the iceberg

Public-Private Partnerships, access to financing and targeted skills development will be crucial in addressing Africa’s chronic power shortage. Click here to read further.

What's really driving disruption?

The emergence of a new technology is often cited as what drives the disruption of an industry or business. But that’s not true in most cases. Click here to read further.

Why has there been such a failure of leadership?

Despite the leadership development business being a multibillion dollar/pound/rand business, ethical political and business leaders who inspire confidence are few and far between. Click here to read further.

Steinhoff: Exactly where does responsibility stop and start?

We should interrogate those who aided and abetted state capture. But what about the numerous "smaller" players? Click here to read further.

The cure for the loneliness of command

CEOs are quickly derailed without a sense of community. Click here to read further.

How to survive in the age of digital transformation

Sharon Doherty, Global Organisation & People Development Director, Vodafone, addresses common concerns for organisations facing disruption. 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.

29 MAY 2019, PRETORIA

Henley MBA & PGDIP Preview Day

Join Henley Africa for an interactive preview day where you can get a sense of Henley MBA and the International MBA experience. Click here for further information.

15 OCTOBER 2019, JOHANNESBURG

UCT GSB MBA Information Sessions

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

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