MBA

"It is important for South African celebrities to take any opportunity to learn and grow".
The American defence secretary Donald Rumsfeld's spoke during a press conference in 2002 (in)famously about the 'known and
As in so many other areas, technology is a tool. One that can solve problems, but employed incorrectly can equally make them worse. The real problem is that there is no clear-cut solution. In a world where anyone can be an expert, no one is.
Since I began looking into the murky area of corporate psychopaths I have been astounded by two things. Firstly, the level
Another week, another conference to celebrate entrepreneurs - this time in the Rosewood Hotel's lavish ballroom for a discussion
This week is Adult Learner's Week, a "national celebration of lifelong learning" and a chance to throw the spotlight on opportunities, events and qualifications that make a real difference to students of all ages.
I would like to give you some advice about choosing your dissertation topic. There are many factors to take into account, including your own interests and the industry and company where you work. In addition, there are broader considerations applying to everyone, especially regarding academic literature and evidence.
The public debate evaluating the true usefulness of an MBA is a cacophony that only grows louder the further you wade into it. Yet what I found from my own wading is that you cannot know what is right for 'everyone' - you can only (ever) know what's right for you.
A Newsnight investigation has led to a dog being awarded an MBA. The programme managed to procure the pooch the coveted business
The start of university is looming, the clock is ticking and if it's your first year you've probably got all sorts of questions that you want answered before you head off for Fresher's Week. The actual point of Fresher's Week is to get new students settled into the university and to give them a chance to get to know their peers.