It’s some ambition, to create an educational institution bringing together the principles of Nelson Mandela and Leonardo da Vinci. One was a 20th and 21st century statesman; the other, born in 1452, was a master innovator and theorist who found fame as a painter, draughtsman, engineer, scientist, sculptor and architect.

But the Da Vinci Institute: School of Business Leadership, which takes part in the FM’s executive education market research for the first time in 2021, is not short on vision...

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