I’ve always enjoyed mathematics and physics…— Dr Sibusiso Sibisi, Director - Wits Business School
I believe these [science and business] are not two separate worlds…— Dr Sibusiso Sibisi, Director - Wits Business School
Wits Business School (WBS) appointed Dr Sibusiso Sibisi as its Director and Head of the at the start of 2018.
His appointment at WBS comes after a 14-year stint as President and CEO at the Council for Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR).
Sibisi has a PhD in mathematics from Cambridge University.
He has his work cut out for him.
The 51-year-old WBS has fallen behind other South African business schools of late in terms of securing international accreditation.
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I’ve been a diligent, practising Catholic for many years…— Dr Sibusiso Sibisi, Director - Wits Business School
We were in awe of him [Stephen Hawking]…— Dr Sibusiso Sibisi, Director - Wits Business School
The CSIR is full of dedicated people who enjoy what they do… they’re not like the stereotype of mad scientists running amok…— Dr Sibusiso Sibisi, Director - Wits Business School
It’s extremely difficult to stop doing mathematics and physics…— Dr Sibusiso Sibisi, Director - Wits Business School
I think I have at least one novel in me…— Dr Sibusiso Sibisi, Director - Wits Business School
Scientists can be extremely self-assured in a way that can come across as arrogance…— Dr Sibusiso Sibisi, Director - Wits Business School
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