The new director of the UCT Graduate School of Business (UCT GSB), Dr Catherine Duggan, believes that business schools can play an important role in rebuilding in the wake of COVID-19 – and that they have a special responsibility to take the lead in crafting healthier and more equitable societies and economies.
Students will develop an understanding of the green economy as a driver of sustainable development, and be able to assess the impact of climate change on business sustainability, identify private sector investment opportunities in the green economy, and apply green economy and sustainability strategies for business development.
A team of students from the University of Cape Town Graduate School of Business won the Security Analysis Live Pitch Competition, part of the 2019-20 Global Network Investment Competition, on February 7.
Semester-long courses include Outsourcing Management, Strategy and the Sustainable Enterprise, and Economic Analysis in High Tech Industries. We talked to the Yale School of Management’s Prof. Edward A. Snyder about what students can expect from his course, Economic Analysis of High-Tech Industries.
Semester-long courses include A Primer on Social and Financial Innovation, Business as a Force for Good, Global Implications of FinTech Solutions, and Organizational Networks: Maps, Models, and Analysis. We talked to FGV-EAESP’s Professor Ion Georgiou about what students can expect from his course, Organization Networks.
The faculty members overwhelmingly agree that climate change and its impact on business and society should be incorporated into the core MBA curriculum. They also agree that climate change poses a material risk to businesses.