[Henley Business School] Build 2020

Build 2020


A free sharing seminar for all as a contribution to national and regional growth.


As a school committed to building the people who build the businesses that build Africa, Henley Business School invites you to a colloquium for the sharing of innovations, that have allowed for the continuation of learning through the Covid-19 pandemic.


Who should attend:


  • Vice Chancellors, Deputy Vice Chancellors and University Principals
  • Faculty Deans, Directors and HODs
  • COOs and Senior Administrative Staff
  • Institutional Planning Personnel
  • Accreditation bodies and Higher Education Practitioners




Friday, 05 June 2020

14h00 – 16h00






Opening, introduction and housekeeping



Mamodise Mailula


14h05 Dean’s Welcome and macro-overview

What we learned about virtual learning

Dean and director

Jon Foster-Pedley


14h25 The Tech Bits



Virtual Learning Consultant

Steven Pieterse


14h50 Key lessons in designing and delivering virtual classrooms Programme Director and Faculty Member

Leeann Naidoo


15h35 Panel Q&A and Panel
15h50 Graphic summary and learning outcomes


Graphic Harvester

Lita Currie




Final remarks from the Dean Dean and director

Jon Foster-Pedley

Close out and end H.E.A.L.

Mamodise Mailula




Registration (free of charge):


Please register by clicking on the link http://eepurl.com/g5aI7b





Mamodise Mailula

H.E.A.L. – Henley Engagements and Activations Leader


+27(0)118080897 | +27(0)791054683



Partner Organisations:


Association of African Business Schools



AABS, a non-profit organisation, is the leading reference network of quality business education in Africa; one that focuses on innovation, inclusiveness and social responsibility. Formally established in October 2005, the organization supports African Business Schools through capacity building, collaboration and quality improvement programmes of deans, directors and faculty. AABS has evolved over the years and in 2018, it started on a historic journey with the launch of AABS Accreditation, the first ever African Accreditation for African business schools. This Accreditation is based on values relative to the African continent and promises to bring African business schools to the forefront of management education.



South African Business Schools Association



SABSA aims not only to improve the recognition of the organisation as a representative of South African business schools with government and regulatory bodies, but also to strengthen ties with the business fraternity and the education sector as a whole. SABSA members all offer MBA or MBL programmes accredited by the Council on Higher Education (CHE). Twenty member business schools are spread geographically around South Africa offering full-time, part-time, modular or executive MBA programmes. A broad range of Executive Education short courses are also offered.