AABS Member School Resources
The AACSB Dean's Conference Presentation by Seghir and Kleyn
Gordon Institute of Business Science (GIBS)
GIBS Centre for Social Entrepreneurship
The centre has been established to build a network of Social Entrepreneurs in Southern Africa, develop a body of knowledge on Social Entrepreneurship and to support the effectiveness of Social Entrepreneurs in the NGO sector.
Head: Julian Hewitt:
Tel: 27 11 771-4167 / 4000
University of Cape Town Graduate School of Business
The Southern Africa-United States Centre for Leadership and Public Values
Tel: 27 (0)21 406-1485
Fax: 27 (0)21 406-1444
Centre for Coaching
The Centre for Coaching started in 2002 and is the first of its kind in the country. It aims to be the de facto standard and benchmark for executive coaching excellence. It does this by offering internationally and locally accredited courses to address training needs and by driving the acceptance of coaching as an effective business tool.
Craig O'Flaherty (Director)
Tel: 021- 406-1148
Fax: 021- 406-1484
University of Stellenbosch
Centre for Leadership Studies
ACIA is an institute for research, education and training in advanced and development finance, creating an awareness of the need and the opportunities for development in Africa. Established in October 1998, it is a service institution of the University of Stellenbosch Business School with support of its founding sponsor, BoE Ltd, now part of Nedcor.
Head: Nicolas Biepke
Tel: 27 21 918-4469 (Direct Line)
Tel: 27 21 918-4111 (Switchboard)
Fax: 27 21 918-4262
University of Witwatersrand Business School
WBS Case Writing Centre
The Wits Business School Case Centre writes South African cases that bring the challenges faced by South African businesses into the classroom. It is the largest producer of case studies in Africa and cases cover all aspects of the MBA and executive education curricula including strategy, organisational design and development, human resources and internationalisation. Academic and educational institutions may order WBS cases directly.
Claire Beswick (Head)
Tel: 27 11 717 3570
UNISA School of Business Leadership
Centre for Corporate Citizenship
The Centre for Corporate Citizenship (CCC), was established to be a global leader in building individual and institutional capacity for sustainable business and social cohesion. The centre acts as a catalyst that influences the corporate citizenship landscape in South Africa and on the African continent. This is done mainly through academic interventions, applied research and cross-sector dialogue.
Dr Derick de Jongh (Director)
Tel: 27 12 429 6093
Fax: 27 12 429 4798