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It's an initiative from Henley Business School in Africa, for the global MBA community. Assisting MBA students' efforts to do real good in real time for real people whilst studying for their MBAs. Working with NGOs, communities, business schools, business and government to create shared value.
Jon Foster-Pedley, dean, Henley Business School Africa
Choice; it’s a simple, yet critical aspect of leadership. Academics and business theorists often gloss over the basics of leadership preferring to trivialize their importance. It’s far too easy for…Continue
Recent research suggests that effective learning is interactive and action based and should not exclude a multimodal approach. By exposing ‘students’ brains to learning material that is presented through a variety of formats (e.g. visual, auditory, tactile, kinesthetic) supports the brain’s integration processes and provides opportunities for students with different learning styles to master content and skills.
Organizations can empower themselves by being aware of factors that limit…Continue
The Henley Business School MBAid programme has created mutually beneficial opportunities for both South African based NGOs and executive MBA graduates from Henley Business School in the UK.
34 executive MBA graduates recently visited locally based NGOs for making a difference by undertaking to do consultation work. During this consultation process, the students applied the theory that they've obtained from the reputation and relationship management module of their course to the NGOs…Continue