Masters in Business Administration (MBA)

 
The Obama effect
The Obama effect
The election of Barack Obama as the 44th president of the United States has drawn strong interest around the world. For MBAs it could have a...
How education leads to success
How education leads to success
If you were to choose a family to entrust your business and your life to, you'd be hard pressed to find a better lot than the trailblazing Brey...
Equipping future leaders
Equipping future leaders
In business education change is a given to keep MBAs at the cutting edge.
Developing a competitive edge
Developing a competitive edge
In a "flat" world, national competitiveness and attention to developing it is becoming increasingly important. South Africa has a spirit of...
Choosing the course that's right for you
Choosing the course that's right for you
Since its inception in the years after World War II, the MBA has been a recognised qualification, and the individuals who have earned it have...
Adapting to change
Adapting to change
Business schools play a pivotal role in upgrading skills of not only middle managers, but also of executive managers who feel the need to sharpen...
Shy tycoon funds MBA for the poor
Shy tycoon funds MBA for the poor
Very few people have heard of Christopher Chandler, a reclusive billionaire from New Zealand, and that is the way he likes it. But the secretive...

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