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Henley Business School Financial Mail Business Schools in their own words
Business school directors in their own words – Financial Mail
Experts in the field discuss the problems schools face, such as the value of teaching ethics, new approaches to leadership and management, the need for "spiritual intelligence", entrepreneurship in the informal sector, making a difference to society and sensitivity to...
SARS Henley Business School Alumn Johnstone Makhubu Chief Financial Officer
Johnstone Makhubu is SARS new CFO – Business Report
CAPE TOWN - SARS has appointed Johnstone Makhubu as their new chief officer of finance. According to a statement, Makhubu joined SARS in 2016 as the group executive responsible for procurement and was appointed to the acting chief officer: finance role in August 2017....
State Capture Article - Henley Business School - Dean Jon Foster-Pedley
How we can all resist state capture by Dean Jon Foster-Pedley

Business is not about profit but fundamentally to reinvest profit to create better value and through that a prosperous society. If we are colluding because business profit is our imperative then we are collusive in the creation of an elitist future for our children. 

Henley Business School Africa - Dean Jon Foster-Pedley
Let the scales fall from our eyes so we can see clearly by dean Jon Foster-Pedley

It’s time to lose the prisms through which we view the world and see people for who they are and in doing so discover our own true self.

We get the leadership we deserve, unless we act by dean Jon Foster Pedley

The final lesson all business schools should be imprinting on the DNA of all their students is corporate activism; the responsibility to speak up in the face of bad business practices that do not just harm society but actually have catastrophic implications for the companies they work in.

Classroom vs. Digital Learning – Which Is Better?
- Jon Foster-Pedley, Dean and Director of #HenleyAfrica speaks to Gugu Cele from Kaya FM 95.9  [LISTEN] Jon Foster-Pedley, Dean and Director of #HenleyAfrica speaks to Gugu Cele from Kaya FM 95.9 on the benefits of face-to-face education in a time of e-learning and...
The Lighter Side of the Guptas, Corruption, and Hate Speech with John Vlismas
- shares Comedian and Social Commentator, John Vlismas, during this month's LikeMind session Henley Business School - Africa MBA scholarship recipient John Vlismas puts a comical spin on the week’s news – from the Public Protector taking on the Reserve Bank to state...

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Dan Patlansky Henley Intelligence Jon Foster-Pedley Podcast Music Guitar Art Business Skills Talent Drugs - Smaller
South Africa’s Jimi Hendrix: Dan Patlansky
South Africa's Jimi Hendrix A Henley Intelligence Podcast Featuring Global Award Winning Guitarist & Musician, Dan Patlansky. Jon and Dan talk: Rankings and ratings The creative process Drug usage Talent, and more. The Conversation How did Jozi-boy, Dan Patlansky,...
Wayne Duvenage - Henley Intelligence - Jon Foster-Pedley - June 2018 - Podcast MP3 - Corporate Activism Active Citizens
Is OUTA The Answer? ft. Wayne Duvenage
Is OUTA The Answer? A Henley Intelligence Podcast Featuring Wayne Duvenage, CEO of OUTA During this conversation, Jon Foster-Pedley, Dean of #HenleyAfrica, talks to Wayne about OUTA, its beginnings, development as an organisation, and the continued evolution of its...
Nigel Casey – British High Commissioner | HBR
- Listen as Dean of Henley Business School - Africa, Jon Foster-Pedley, engages with the very interesting Nigel Casey, British High Commissioner to South Africa  [LISTEN]: Nigel Casey,  British High Commissioner to South Africa, talks to our Dean, Jonathon...
Helena Dolny – Conversations We Fear To Have

“We suffer more because of conversations we didn’t have.” – Listen to this fascinating discussion between Helena Dolny and Dean of HBS, Jon Foster-Pedley.

“Trends As Business Strategy” – with Dion Chang

Jon Foster-Pedley, Dean of Henley Africa talks to well known trends guru and analyst, Dion Chang of Flux Trends, about “Trends As Business Strategy.”

Barry Van Zyl – Music Wunderkind & Industry Reformist

Listen to this fascinating #HenleyAfrica MBA conversation with Barry – including playing for Nelson Mandela, 20+ years touring with Johnny Clegg, and more.y.

Loyiso Bala – “I Want To Change The Music Business!”

Listen to this interesting and revealing #HenleyAfrica discussion between Loyiso Bala and Gareth Armstrong where Loyiso shares his MBA experience.

Ray White – What Is The Future Of Journalism and Media?

During this #AskAnExpert feature, Gareth Armstrong asks important questions to Ray White about the future of media and how this impacts our businesses.

Building A Comedy Business ft. John Vlismas

Don’t let the title of this conversation fool you – John Vlismas is so much more than just a comedian…Don’t miss this insightful #HenleyAfrica discussion.

Jon Foster-Pedley – Is Business School Worth It?

During this frank & direct conversation, Gareth Armstrong asks Jon Foster-Pedley, if attending a business school & an MBA is worth the time, effort & money.

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" I spent so much time at Henley last year and engaging with you guys is always a pleasure. Even my kids have fallen in love with the brand. And I have even recruited a friend of mine to apply for the MBA programme. Please would you pass my regards and words of appreciation to Jon for believing in me and for being an approachable Dean that motivates us to keep working hard. "

Amos Kova  CEO: SOUTH AFRICAN PROFESSIONAL NETWORK ASSOCIATION

“ It takes talent to lead and challenge people to think differently, to open up their world to new and unexplored ways of doing things - thank you, Henley Business School. "

Vanessa Chetty  AWARD: TOP STUDENT - W&RSETA HENLEY INTERNATIONAL LEADERSHIP DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMME (ILDP)

“ The Henley MBA brings ethics into almost all the modules making one self-aware around one’s decisions, actions and consequences as a leader. Henley sets out a wonderful environment to learn and experience things – safe and risk free. ”

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