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Jon Foster-Pedley: Beyond state capture
JON FOSTER-PEDLEY

Beyond state capture

We need a new politics, and a new economy to go with it.

Alan Hosking: Are your ethics up for sale?
ALAN HOSKING

Are your ethics up for sale?

Angelo Agrizzi’s bombshell revelations at the Zondo Commission have revealed the lengths and depths humans will go to for money.

Jeremy Maggs: Businesses face big moral and socioeconomic issues
JEREMY MAGGS

Businesses face big moral and socioeconomic issues

Consumers want brands and corporates to be scrupulously ethical and champions for causes they care about. Businesses will have to engage with big moral and socioeconomic issues in a convincing way.

Peter Bregman: 3-step plan for making 2019 your most productive year
PETER BREGMAN

3-step plan for making 2019 your most productive year

How can you stick to a plan when so many things threaten to derail it? How can you focus on a few important things when so many things require your attention?

Clem Sunter: A tale of two centuries: How different they are
CLEM SUNTER

A tale of two centuries: How different they are

Some invention, which in some way offers a better way of satisfying our basic needs, will come out of the blue and create a new industrial wave that none of us can imagine now.

Seth Godin: Your customer service strategy
SETH GODIN

Your customer service strategy

Customer service isn’t simply an expensive, time-consuming obligation. It’s a strategic marketing investment if you want it to be.

Julian Birkinshaw: The future of firms in an AI world
JULIAN BIRKINSHAW

The future of firms in an AI world

How will your company need to evolve to stay ahead?

Jon Foster-Pedley: Let the scales fall from our eyes so we can see clearly
JON FOSTER-PEDLEY

Let the scales fall from our eyes so we can see clearly

South Africa has always been defined by its prejudice – it’s perfectly understandable given the centuries of colonisation and then the decades of legislated segregation known as apartheid.

Alan Hosking: How many days of this year have you lived?
ALAN HOSKING

How many days of this year have you lived?

As we get to the end of another year, the inevitable soul searching starts.

Seth Godin: A note from 2030
SETH GODIN

A note from 2030

Twelve years from now, your future self is going to thank you for something you did today, for an asset you began to build, a habit you formed, a seed you planted.

Hamieda Parker: Has the water crisis made SA business more resilient?
HAMIEDA PARKER

Has the water crisis made SA business more resilient?

According to research from the UCT Graduate School of Business (GSB), businesses that are able to adapt to one crisis are more likely to be able to survive multiple disruptions.

Jon Foster-Pedley: How we can all resist state capture
JON FOSTER-PEDLEY

How we can all resist state capture

The greatest issue is that state capture has not just been government’s doing. It was the work of individuals aided and abetted by corporates.

Full colour thinking

Full colour thinking

Executive Education at the UCT GSB is rated and respected internationally for the calibre and style of its leadership development programmes.