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We live in turbulent and complicated times, and business schools are not immune to the uncertainties that now afflict so many aspects of our social and economic lives. Covid-19 just brought forward some of the searching questions around the future of business schools and the much-debated MBA.

Top business schools often describe their mission as educating leaders, yet many think that the world is currently experiencing a crisis of leadership that has helped create our current problems.

To talk about this Michael Avery is joined by NWU Business School director Jan van Romburgh; Maurice Radebe, head and director of Wits Business School; and Jon Foster-Pedley, dean and director of Henley Business School Africa.

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