The need for business schools to start the process to radically change their thinking in the MBA programme in accordance with changing societies is growing more important.
702's Azania Mosaka on Monday spoke to director of UCT's Graduate School of Business, Professor Walter Baets, regarding the issue.
Listen to the interview below:
The business school community could have gone further, there's still largely a classical thinking in the business school community.— Prof Walter Baets, UCT Graduate School of Business director
We live in the emerging market. There's high degrees of complexity, high degrees of uncertainty, high degress of inequality certainly in Africa.— Prof Walter Baets, UCT Graduates School of Business director
We need to pay much more attention to understand the situation much more holistically, much more systemically.— Prof Walter Baets, UCT Graduate School of Business director