Experts in the field discuss the problems schools face, such as the value of teaching ethics, new approaches to leadership and management, the need for "spiritual intelligence", entrepreneurship in the informal sector, making a difference to society and sensitivity to African development initiatives. • Owen Skae, director, Rhodes Business School: Rhodes Business School has been applying its mind to sustainability and leadership for a long time. Back in 2004, when this approach was formalised in our curriculum, we saw opportunities for organisations to change the way they do business. This is the only way to grow the economy and narrow the inequality gap, while ensuring our planet is preserved for future generations. Standard approaches to conducting business are unsustainable. Business today requires leaders and managers able to think holistically and in an integrated way. We actively engage contemporary business issues through the lens of sustainability. It advances critical thinki...

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