Cultivating conscious leadership
Cultivating conscious leadership

As one of the largest and most prestigious business schools in Africa, with over 10,000 students, the Johannesburg business School (JBS), led by professor Lyal White, has a clear focus on African management and leadership in the local and global context.

Issued by UNIVERSITY OF JOHANNESBURG 1 hour ago

Ethical leadership in Industry 4.0
Ethical leadership in Industry 4.0

In order to be globally competitive and build smart, sustainable businesses, ethical leadership must be at the core of business.

By Lyal White 2 days ago

Africa in the global economic context
Africa in the global economic context

Globally, 2019 could provide the strongest growth prospects seen since the global financial crisis ten years ago. In recent years, however, the global economy has been firmly entrenched in a "low growth paradigm". Following the golden era of growth in the emerging world, which came to an abrupt end circa 2015, a range of new complexities and geopolitical changes on the global stage have shaped a very different outlook to the one seen a decade ago. These complexities and uncertainties have come to define the current global order and the "new normal", which Africa is firmly part of.

By Lyal White, Issued by University of Johannesburg 3 days ago

GMAC buys The MBA Tour
GMAC buys The MBA Tour

The global association of leading graduate business schools, Graduate Management Admission Council (GMAC) has acquired The MBA Tour, which was established in 1993 as an independent and quality information source regarding MBA admissions.

3 days ago

5 Wi-Fi mistakes in the connected classroom
5 Wi-Fi mistakes in the connected classroom

Higher education has paved the way for many of the technologies we use today. With a unique set of demands and workloads comes a unique set of problems.

By Pieter Englebrecht 17 Jan 2019

Great results, but no varsity: Here are some study options for 2019
Great results, but no varsity: Here are some study options for 2019

Many Matrics from the Class of 2018 currently find themselves in the fortunate position of having performed better than anticipated in their National Senior Certificate examination, achieving a Bachelor's pass and qualifying for higher education access. But while they are now in a position to apply for further study, these prospective students need to ensure they do their homework before signing up with institutions still accepting applications for study in 2019, an expert says.

16 Jan 2019

Higher education institutions need to unpack the link between education, employability and entrepreneurship
Higher education institutions need to unpack the link between education, employability and entrepreneurship

It is axiomatic to state that business models, across all sectors of the economy, are being fundamentally disrupted. From the pervasive use of exponential technologies, the rise of smart machines and artificial intelligence, shifting demographics, increased market transparency, limiless individual choices and consumer sophistication - their structural impacts are clear to see. The confluence of the foregoing factors is the key driver of the transformation and disruption of business models.

By Dr Ahmed Shaikh, Issued by Regent Business School 16 Jan 2019

7 reasons why EdTech will continue to boom
7 reasons why EdTech will continue to boom

Of the more than $37.8-billion invested in education technology companies since 1997, 62% was invested over the past three years alone. Set to reach a value of $252-billion by 2020 - EdTech is a booming industry. Leading the way in innovating how we learn and teach are young entrepreneurs, who experienced the limitations of the old system, while experiencing the technology revolution first hand.

15 Jan 2019

Is a gap year beneficial? Thought-provoking insights to help you decide
Is a gap year beneficial? Thought-provoking insights to help you decide

Whether to take a gap year before or after post-school studies is usually a hotly contested topic that raises a considerable amount of polarity. A decade ago it was not even a consideration, but the concept has gained popularity in the last few years.

Issued by Red & Yellow 15 Jan 2019

Leadership development for school principals
Leadership development for school principals

Experiential leadership training and skills development that ignites change in schools, classrooms and communities

Issued by Enterprises University of Pretoria 15 Jan 2019

Eskilz College is officially QCTO accredited
Eskilz College is officially QCTO accredited

Ended the year on a high note

Issued by Eskilz College 15 Jan 2019

BizTrendsLIVE! Avoid the FOMO!
BizTrendsLIVE! Avoid the FOMO!

If you haven't got around to booking for the BizTrendsLIVE! yet, here's some info so you avoid FOMO. The face-to-face version of BizTrends, Bizcommunity's annual first-to-market trend report, is not to be missed!

Issued by Bizcommunity.com 15 Jan 2019

#BizTrends2019: 3 trends affecting how independent education should be marketed in SA
#BizTrends2019: 3 trends affecting how independent education should be marketed in SA

Marketing schools is different to marketing a soft drink or an internet package. School education has an enormous influence on children's lives, from the way they tackle problems to the job prospects available to them. As educators, we need to understand that we're dealing with living, breathing young people, entrusted to our care. We need to have a deep understanding of and respect for our target market, and the way that it is changing.

By Marí Lategan 14 Jan 2019