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GIBS MBA Open Evening
GIBS MBA Open Evening
13 September 2018,
Johannesburg

GIBS MBA/PDBA Open Evening
GIBS MBA/PDBA Open Evening
13 September 2018,
Johannesburg



Attend Africa's largest MBA event

Attend Africa's largest MBA event on 4 September at Sandton Convention Centre, and meet with business schools, faculty and MBA alumni. Click here to read further.

To appreciate value, we have to look beyond earnings

Financial measures such as earnings per share (EPS) are central to many methods of valuing a business. Yet earnings can only tell us so much, particularly when it comes to how a company is allocating its capital. Click here to read further.

USB ranked no. 1 business school in SA by Eduniversal

The University of Stellenbosch Business School (USB) has been ranked as the top excellent business school in South Africa by Eduniversal, an international education rating agency with headquarters in Paris. Click here to read further.

MPC's reduced growth forecast sends a troubling message

MPC's reduced growth forecast for 2018 sends a troubling message Click here to read further.

4 reasons to consider an MBA in an emerging market

Fast-growing emerging markets still offer big business opportunities. They also present big challenges, which makes them fertile ground for MBA students looking to differentiate themselves from homebound peers. Click here to read further.

Leading in an era of business (r)evolution

While the industrial era offered a world of work that was largely predictable, with mainly repetitive work tasks that could be defined in a single job description, those days are now long gone. Click here to read further.

GIBS MBA applications now open for class of 2020

Applications for the 2019/2020 internationally accredited and ranked Gordon Institute of Business Science (GIBS) Master of Business Administration (MBA) degree are now open. Click here to read further.

McKinsey: "How we'll put things right"

Kevin Sneader, Global Managing Partner of McKinsey & Company, explains 5 actions that the company will undertake to put things right, and to become part of the solution. Click here to read further.

Leadership lessons from the Boks and leading sports teams

On the sports field, we see a microcosm of life play out. When the going gets tough, sports stars get grounded. They pull together and rely on each other’s talents to turn the situation around. Perhaps that’s the big lesson for corporates. Click here to read further.

Dr. Chris van der Hoven to take up position of USB-ED CEO

The University of Stellenbosch Business School Executive Development (Pty) Ltd, (USB-ED) is pleased to announce the appointment of Dr. Chris van der Hoven to the position of Chief Executive Officer of USB-ED with effect from 11 June 2018. Click here to read further.

How not to lose your head in a bidding war

Heading into a competitive auction, you should take steps to anticipate how potential escalations could change your frame of mind. Click here to read further.

African farmers tap into a rich store of success stories

Anna Phosa is the only black female commercial pig farmer in SA. She hails from Soweto and started Dreamland Piggery & Abattoir in Vanderbijlpark in the Vaal in 2004 after buying four piglets. Click here to read further.

AI and white collar jobs

Advances in technology will take some of our jobs while creating others. The transition won’t be easy but there’s room for hope. Click here to read further.

6 reasons CEOs fail

Transformational leaders are the exception, not the rule. Click here to read further.

MBAs in Africa: Global recognition vs local relevance

Accreditations and rankings are an important benchmarking tool for African business schools, as long as they are used to hone schools' core focus, which must be to equip Africa's entrepreneurs, innovators and business leaders. Click here to read further.

How GMAT can help you decide if the MBA is right for you

GMAT in itself is extremely time consuming and rigorous – just like the degree it pre-figures. It will help you to understand the MBA curriculum from the inside out and not just see the degree as a badge to be obtained. Click here to read further.

Take a journey at NWU that will change your life

When life throws you opportunities... Grab them and squeeze the living daylights out of them! Click here to read further.

SA labour-employer relations worst in the world

South Africa has the worst labour-employee relations in the world, ranking 137 out of 137 countries, according to the World Competitiveness Report 2017-2018 released by the World Economic Forum. Click here to read further.

It's Moody's next assessment of SA that counts, not S&P

The single most important challenge remains to turn the economy around and get both the economic growth rate as well as per capita income to much higher levels. Click here to read further.

Future of work: Fun and games and a healthy dose of humanity

Revolution is a time of disruption, which typically means both development and adjustment. The fourth industrial revolution will be no exception. Game-changing developments can be expected and significant adjustments will need to be made. Click here to read further.

Double gold for the cream of the crop at NWU Business School

The NWU Business School had a successful graduation day, and this year will be the first in history where two top achievers were awarded gold. Click here to read further.

Henley excels in FT Executive Education 2018 rankings

Henley Business School is now in 1st place in Africa for open and customised executive education for any business school accredited and based in Africa. It is also in the top 25 globally. Click here to read further.

GIBS again ranked among top 50

Financial Times has published its annual ranking of the world"s premier executive education programmes, and GIBS has retained its top position in Africa. Click here to read further.

Can Tesla avoid a breakdown?

Tesla is ahead of its competition in many regards. And, despite some recent controversial comments, CEO Elon Musk is considered to be a big reason why. But can the company make the jump from being a niche novelty to mass-market car company? 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.

13 SEPTEMBER 2018, JOHANNESBURG

GIBS MBA Open Evening

The University of Pretoria’s Gordon Institute of Business Science (GIBS) will be hosting information sessions for their Masters in Business Administration (MBA) programme. Click here for further information.

13 SEPTEMBER 2018, JOHANNESBURG

GIBS MBA/PDBA Open Evening

The GIBS MBA offers a life changing experience and relevant exposure to the best practices of South African and global leadership. Click here for further information.

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