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Largest Ever Number Of Mba Students Graduated At Henley Africa This Year

Largest ever number of MBA students graduated at Henley Africa this year

10th October 2018, South Africa. The largest-ever number MBA students graduated from Henley Business School Africa (Henley Africa) at the end of September 2018. This year 183 students will be awarded Henley Africa’s world-renowned triple-accredited international Executive MBA. Of these, 80 have winged their way to the UK to attend Henley’s international graduation ceremony at the…

Business School Directors In Their Own Words

Business school directors in their own words

27 JULY 2018 – 12:03 DAVID FURLONGER Picture: THINKSTOCK 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 African development initiatives. • Owen Skae, director, Rhodes…

Ai Will Give Workers Back Two Weeks A Year, Says Research

AI will give workers back two weeks a year, says research

New research from Henley Business School has revealed that ‘AI assistants’ will give British workers over two working weeks back every year by 2030. The research, released yesterday at Henley’s second annual World of Work conference, showed that artificial intelligence (AI) assistants could give workers back twelve working days a year by taking on a weekly…

Can We Change South African Capitalism From Within?

Can we change South African capitalism from within?

Henley Business School Africa Dean Jon Foster-Pedley The Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD), a 35-strong group of mostly advanced economy countries, has a cool tool with which you can compare stats about its members. The Better Life Index (BLI) is an attempt to move conversations about national wealth aware from the overly broad…