Henley Business School Africa

 
Is the MBA dead?
Is the MBA dead?
According to a report by the McKinsey Global Institute on the Skill Shift: Automation and the Future of the Workforce, there are several key skill...
The value of Executive Education in South Africa
The value of Executive Education in South Africa
The rapid change in our technological society means that business models need to respond to changes in fast and smart ways that can ensure that the...
Class of the future: The first 'digital business' students graduate at WBS
Class of the future: The first 'digital business' students graduate at WBS
There was much jubilation and cheering when Wits Business School (WBS) Executive Education recently graduated the first ever cohort of digital...
Executive Education a vital piece of the puzzle to building access to wealth
Executive Education a vital piece of the puzzle to building access to wealth
It will increase the South African skilled talent pool and diversify the boardroom and entrepreneurial space.
Henley believes in a well-rounded approach to education
Henley believes in a well-rounded approach to education
While Henley Africa has outstanding credentials — our academic research is recognised internationally for its deeply theoretical underpinnings; we have been awarded triple accreditation from the world’s three leading educational bodies; and our MBA is a globally-recognised...
Henley's executive education programmes keep businesses relevant
Henley's executive education programmes keep businesses relevant
Henley Business School Africa has grown its executive education programme offering from four to 60 programmes in the past three years, and has seen...

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