Profit is not intrinsically bad, but profit for profit’s sake alone is not just bad it’s unimaginably damaging.
“The doors that have been opening have been astounding, the MBA alumni network incredible and the outcomes for me, from personal development to self-awareness, incredibly powerful.” he says.
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 Business School: Rhodes Business School has been applying…
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For Jonathan Foster-Pedley, Dean and Director of Henley Africa, and Dr Adri Drotskie, Henley Africa’s MBA Director, it was of critical importance that the MBA offered by Henley Africa was family-friendly. The MBA programme is, therefore, a part-time programme that runs over 30-months and provides enough flexibility that students have time for their families, other commitments and their full-time jobs.
Henley Business School – Africa’s Postgraduate Diploma in Management Practice (PG Dip) is a postgraduate management practice programme that gives students the necessary tools they need to effectively manage a business and move on to Henley Africa’s MBA programme.
The programme is open to talented junior to middle managers with an NQF Level 5 (Higher Certificate) qualification and two- to- three-years junior management experience
Henley Africa offers management courses that take learners from NQF Level 5 (Higher Certificate in Management Practice) through to NFQ Level 9 (MBA – Master of Business Administration). Once they’ve completed the Higher Certificate in Management Practice, they can enroll for Henley’s NQF Level 6 programme – the Accredited Managers’ Programme (Advanced Certificate in Management Practice) as they move into middle management.
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.
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.