Creativity in business is integral to the future growth of SA managers. But most businesses remain reluctant to be creative for fear of failure. But for those who do, the potential exists to use creativity to facilitate business growth and enhance employee satisfaction and retention.
Henley Business School’s MBA students in South Africa have achieved a pass rate of between 95 and 98 percent in their last exams, higher than British and German students in the assessment.
A survey by Lodestar Research found that 37% of MBA students come from a commerce and accounting background and 35% from sciences and engineering.