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Business schools need to mimic new reality

With most corporates effectively having their staff work remotely, educators will need to match and exceed this if they are to do more than just survive

Henley believes in a well-rounded approach to education

For South Africa to prosper, it needs to develop innovative ways of doing business

Breaking provincial boundaries to improve service delivery

Schools of public management and administration should become more involved with solutions in future.

Adapting to change

The newly appointed director of Milpark's faculty of management and leadership sheds light on the changing role of business schools.

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