Henley South Africa launches Associate Innovation and Creative Faculty

23 September 2015

Henley South Africa launches Associate Innovation and Creative Faculty

Henley Business School Africa has announced the creation of a new faculty to help bring creativity and innovation to business and government.

Henley Business School Africa has announced the creation of a new faculty to help bring creativity and innovation to business and government.

The faculty for 'Innovation and Creative' will be supported by international musicians Barry van Zyl and Josh Hawks. The faculty will focus on the creative arts to help teach innovation and creative skills.

Van Zyl is currently an MBA student at Henley Africa completing the Music and Creative MBA. He is also the drummer for the Johnny Clegg band. Josh Hawks is the bassist for Freshlyground.

Jon Foster-Pedley, Dean of Henley Business School Africa, comments:

"Henley is building a first class faculty for innovation and creativity. We are breaking away from the old models and creating our own model in the African way."

See the full story on the Henley South Africa website.