UCT Graduate School of Business
The UCT Graduate School of Business has been South Africa’s leading business school for over 5 decades, and offers you award-winning executive education, with a purpose.
Why the demise of the traditional corporate training model is good for business
UCT GSB’s Rayner canning says that like shaking hands, traditional training models may be gone for good.
UCT GSB joins HR Indaba Network
Business school UCT GSB has joined the HR Indaba Network.
UCT GSB Executive MBA Programme ranked 47th in the world
This is according to the Financial Times' latest EMBA rankings.
From classroom to boardroom: Meet Tamara Parker, CEO of Mercer South Africa
Never one to shy away from making bold changes, Tamara welcomes new adventures.
Khaya Ngcwembe is taking a sabbatical after parting ways with Lonmin
More than two years after becoming Lonmin's executive vice president of HR, Khaya says he's taking a much-needed extended break.
3 reasons why you need to know yourself before you can hope to manage others
First-time managers often discover that they need more than the technical skill to manage others successfully.
UCT GSB's Linda Ronnie says technology has increased burnout risk
Linda says part of HR's role in the future world of work is to mitigate that risk.
UCT GSB's Tim London on how to be true to your organisational values
Values should live in your organisation and not only on the website was his message at HR Indaba Africa.
UCT-GSB to feature at HR Indaba
The GSB offers a wide range of qualifications, from their top-ranked MBA to their suite of executive education short courses.
4 good reasons why SA needs to invest in new managers now
UCT GSB's Jenny Boxall says the importance of management training for first-line managers is poorly understood.
Pioneer Foods: Nandipha Ngumbela
Nandipha joined Pioneer Foods in January 2018.
Tackling Technology: HR executives discuss robotics and AI at CHRO SA Summit
HR executives shared insights on how to navigate the impact of technology on their teams and their organisations.
Gender discrimination still costing the country
UCT Gradual School of Business's Liz De Wet says poor gender advancement is bad for South Africa's competitiveness.
Truworths: Mark Smith
Mark joined Truworths in September 2009
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Presss release: Middle managers have shown their value during the COVID-19 pandemic
The value of middle management as an arbiter and senior management was undeniable during lockdowns.
Five top tips for first-time managers
There are five simple things managers can do to boost their confidence and thrive.
Press release: Bold measures necessary to make up for women’s losses during COVID-19
Countries need to take stock of the setbacks working women have suffered during Covid-19.
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The UCT Graduate School of Business has been South Africa’s leading business school for over 5 decades, and offers you award-winning executive education, with a purpose. Improve your prospects, make a change, strengthen the resilience of your organization, and future-proof your career.
Under the expert guidance of experienced industry stalwarts, as well as a partnership network of international business schools, you can elevate your learning experience with practical application and insider knowledge. A variety of live online courses allows you to take part from various global locations and specialised and customised programmes mean finding solutions for the challenges that directly face your organization.
Address: Graduate School of Business, Breakwater Campus, Portswood Road, Green Point
Postal code: 8001
Phone: +27 (0)21 406 1338/9 or +27 (0)21 406 1175