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Why MBA case-study competitions work

International competitions have become a core feature of many top business-school programmes. And students are lining up to practise their newly acquired skills in a real-world environment

Addressing the need for more qualified teachers in the 21st century

South Africa needs more teachers, and they must be able to handle diverse learning situations

Four reasons why an MBA makes sense for your career

The right MBA can empower you to shine in the fast-changing world of work

Building your own business

We need to become perpetual students, and the range of training offerings just keeps increasing

What can we learn from the founder fable?

Beyond the glamour, most people who succeed in business do have degrees

Business learning’s real-world value

MBA holders continue to out-earn their peers; in addition, they foster innovation and shape society

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Developing excellent entrepreneurs and business leaders

Management Education – the future of the MBA

It is critical that business schools understand what students should be prepared for, and design backwards from there

Is the MBA dead?

Despite the changes wrought by 4IR, this challenging degree remains relevant

Who needs an MBA?

What type of person in what type of role will truly benefit from undertaking an MBA?

Future-proof your leadership

Carefully research what you need before you embark on a new course or direction

Five reasons why it’s still a good idea to study an MBA

The MBA is a good bet to future-proof your career in the changing world of work

Africa’s business schools need to be locally relevant and globally wise

African business schools can benefit from the rigorous process offered by global rankings and accreditation

Specialisation not a must

Business schools are increasingly offering specialisations, yet opinions seem to be divided as to the value these degrees offer.

Sharing successful experiences

A few graduates shared their MBA experiences with the M&G

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