The health, safety, and well-being of the UCT GSB community is our top priority.
Like other institutions, the UCT GSB is monitoring the outbreak of the COVID-19 coronavirus and related travel restrictions, and adjusting plans for programmes as events warrant. We are operating under the advice of UCT and UCT Health Services, which are continuously monitoring information from local health officials, the South African National Department of Health and the National Institute of Communicable Diseases.
To access the South African COVID-19 Resource Portal, please click here.
We have earned endorsements from the European Foundation for Management Development (EQUIS), the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB) and the Association of MBAs (AMBA).
As a top school located in a changing emerging market, the GSB has a responsibility to engage with its socio-political and economic context.
Our teaching, learning and research is directed towards building a more economically prosperous, equitable and integrated continent.
The school is constantly investing in quality scholarship and strong partnerships to support these aims.
"For more than five decades, the UCT GSB has set the pace for business education in Africa. The view from the front always changes, and we pride ourselves on equipping tomorrow’s leaders with next practice to help them flourish and positively impact the prosperity of the worlds they live and work in. The school has a critical role to play in realising a more inclusive and sustainable future – both in South Africa and for the continent more broadly – and we will continue to show up with zest, relevance, originality, integrity and authenticity in our quest to achieve this."
ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR KOSHEEK SEWCHURRAN
EMBA Director: UCT Graduate School of Business
Even before the onset of the health crisis, SA’s economy was already hurtling toward disaster. But the move to zero-based budgeting and limiting endless SOE bailouts provide possible silver linings.
The thinking that has informed business leadership will not see us through the present challenges we face. To remake the world we need to recognise the deficiencies in leadership we experience and change how we train future leaders.
What are the main barriers to creating psychological safety in the workplace and how can this be achieved in a virtual environment?
The first COVID-19 vaccines have arrived in South Africa amid much fanfare – drowning out the voices of those asking why we are paying double for them in the first place and why they are unlikely to help those who need them most.
Date: 3 March 2021
Time: 18:30 - 19:30