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University of Cape Town Graduate School of Business

UCT Graduate School of Business, Portswood Road, Cape Town, ZA, Cape Town South Africa
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      At the UCT Graduate School of Business we recognise that as many of the old social and business structures and ways of thinking are breaking down, we stand at a unique point in human history with exciting possibilities for individuals and organisations. Rated as the Best Business School in Africa by its global peers at the Eduniversal World Convention in 2010, the GSB is a school on the move with a vibrant and pioneering spirit. The UCT GSB is pioneering a new model of a business school based on the paradigm of the emerging market. We define emerging as regions or economies that experience high uncertainty, high complexity and often, excessive inequality. As much as this is true for what are classically called the emerging economies (such as Brazil, India, Turkey, Indonesia or Vietnam to name just a few), uncertainty, complexity and inequality are equally issues for the company in turbulent economic times. Emerging market thinking is therefore not solely a geographical construct. The whole world is operating within times of great uncertainty and complexity and all business leaders and managers need to be able to adapt and learn to operate successfully within such challenging times and volatile environments.

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      At the UCT Graduate School of Business we recognise that as many of the old social and business structures and ways of thinking are breaking down, we stand at a unique point in human history with exciting possibilities for individuals and organisations. Rated as the Best Business School in Africa by its global peers at the Eduniversal World Convention in 2010, the GSB is a school on the move with a vibrant and pioneering spirit. The UCT GSB is pioneering a new model of a business school based on the paradigm of the emerging market. We define emerging as regions or economies that experience high uncertainty, high complexity and often, excessive inequality. As much as this is true for what are classically called the emerging economies (such as Brazil, India, Turkey, Indonesia or Vietnam to name just a few), uncertainty, complexity and inequality are equally issues for the company in turbulent economic times. Emerging market thinking is therefore not solely a geographical construct. The whole world is operating within times of great uncertainty and complexity and all business leaders and managers need to be able to adapt and learn to operate successfully within such challenging times and volatile environments.
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