Emerging markets have several characteristics in common, including high levels of uncertainty, complexity and inequality associated with middle income traps and political and economic liberalisation. This has major consequences for the business and economic environment. At the GSB we seek to comprehensively unpack the political, institutional, economic, financial and social forces at work in these emerging economies with a view to better inform organisations and investors as to how to adapt their strategies and portfolios to take advantage of the opportunities presented.
More than 20 years since the end of apartheid, a new generation of leadership is firing up the activism space in South Africa that many believe has lost momentum – bringing new hope that the country can address its social justice and equality challenges more effectively.
By Clint Maggott
Agility is crucial for any enterprise seeking to a gain competitive advantage in the 4th industrial revolution – but what can leaders do to develop their agility and that of their people? BY Dr Tim LondonREAD MORE
With Africa struggling to meet its sustainable development goals, responsible investment has a key role to play, and ESG provisions will be crucial in catalysing additional capital flows.
By Dr Stephanie Giamporcaro
Rising racial and political tensions and a deficit of authentic leadership in society are adding to difficulties facing businesses operating in South Africa, says Kosheek Sewchurran.READ MORE
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by Anton Eberhard and Marek RuciboskiREAD MORE
by Sean Gossel and Misheck MutizeREAD MORE
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