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Owen Skae

Owen Skae

Associate Professor and Director of Rhodes Business School, Rhodes UniversityProfessor Owen Skae, MCom (Rhodes University), MBA (Durham University is the Director of Rhodes Business School, situated on Rhodes University's campus in Grahamstown, Eastern Cape, South Africa. “In the world we inhabit today, business and economics are no longer about how much money you make; but about how you make your money," says Prof Skae. Leadership for Sustainability is the motto of Rhodes Business School, which has established itself as a leading business school in the teaching of sustainability and integrated business practice in South Africa, based on the 4E Model - Economics, Equity, Ethics and Ecology. Its combination of programme offerings is geared towards sustainability and provides a ladder of progression from Postgraduate Diploma to MBA to PhD.
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