A total of 150 Henley Business School Africa MBA students have graduated this year, the highest number ever. 50 of those students travelled to Henley UK for the international graduation. Five South African students, Colleen Connick, Sandy Govindsamy, Melanie Jacobs, Pierre Jacobs and Derek Jansen achieved distinctions in the thesis and in their overall average.
The Coloured Cube managing director Mariapaola McGurk, a Henley Africa MBA scholarship recipient, has won The Business and Arts South Africa (BASA) First Time Sponsor award for its Springs Mall project.
Two internationally recognised thought leaders teamed up with over 80 contributors to produce the most comprehensive and ‘biggest’ business leadership book ever published in South Africa, entitled ‘Leadership – Perspectives from the Front Line’.
This fascinating conversation between Dean of Henley Business School, Jon Foster-Pedley, and Dr John Demartini sees questions being asked of the true worth and function of HR, a challenge being put to all of us around how we spend our time, as well as insights into getting the very best out of our teams. This is a discussion not to be missed, that will leave you with hugely valuable insights, tools, and renewed focus.
The precariat is a new social class being formed by people who have an existence without predictability or security. This is the phenomenon that fuelled Trump’s success and drove Brexit and a global phenomenon. It demands that we all think in new ways about how we work and lead.
After a rigorous and insightful deep dive into what sustainability is with the Dean of Henley Business School Africa, Raldu Nel, CEO of Blank Canvas Int. and Chairman of the African Sustainable Development Association, now joins Gareth Armstrong in studio for this #AskAnExpert feature. Together they discuss the business case for sustainability, where questions include: What are the potential cost savings and bottom line impact of sustainability?