Henley South Africa family friendly MBA case study

4 March 2016

Henley South Africa family friendly MBA case study

"The MBA has generally earned a reputation as a Marriage Break-Up Academy (MBA). We believe it is irresponsible and unnecessary for MBA programmes to be designed in such a way that they damage families and children. Good educators can do better," says Jon Foster-Pedley, dean of Henley Business School Africa.

"The MBA has generally earned a reputation as a Marriage Break-Up Academy (MBA). We believe it is irresponsible and unnecessary for MBA programmes to be designed in such a way that they damage families and children. Good educators can do better," says Jon Foster-Pedley, dean of Henley Business School Africa.

"We believe that business is, and should be, a force for good by providing better solutions to increase the quality of lives and societies and that the type of leadership needed is inclusive, socially aware and intelligently balanced. It must, too, be commercially astute, focused on quality outcomes and be adapted for our complex challenges," says Mr Foster-Pedley.

See the full story on the Henley South Africa website.

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