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Newsletters 2022 06 July 2022

NMU Business School Newsletter 2022 Volume 1

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Maximising the value of Business Intelligence strategy 20 January 2022

How to get more value from your business intelligence...

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The importance of a BI strategy and framework within an organisation 20 January 2022

Be strategic with your business intelligence, says Nelson Mandela University Business School research...

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Transformational Leadership is key to Talent Retention 02 December 2021

Retaining high performing talent is a critical business imperative. While a degree of organisational turnover is inevitable, there are costs linked to the departure of a high calibre employee. These include the costs associated with finding temporary or replacement staff, reduced morale as employees work overtime, failure to satisfy the customers because of loss of productivity and insufficient production capacity.

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Graduate School of Business Student Awards 2021 15 November 2021

On the 28th of October 2021, the Graduate School held its 2021 Student Awards.

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EMPOWERING WOMEN IN THE COMMUNITY FOR SUSTAINABLE SUCCESS 29 September 2021

IDC Partners to Manufacture Sanitary Towels in Gqeberha The Industrial Development Corporation (IDC) has partnered with Metro Women Secondary Co-operative (MWSC) to support their Sanitary Towel Manufacturing Project, based in Qqeberha in the Eastern Cape Province. IDC’s Corporate Social Investment (CSI) department is providing funding to enable the Nelson Mandela University Business School to provide business training and mentorship training for the co-operative.

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Prestigious new professional doctoral degree now presented at Nelson Mandela University Business School 22 September 2021

Nelson Mandela University Business School is making history on the continent by offering an internationally recognised new doctoral programme for business professionals and specialists.

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BUSINESS RECOVERY TO GROWTH - WEBINAR SERIES 29 June 2021

The Great Reset: Economic Development through Localisation The Nelson Mandela University Business School is pleased to launch the 2021 Business Recovery to Growth Webinar Series, which aims to bring together expertise on economic growth and development. We acknowledge the role of localisation as an enabler for economic growth. To find out how South Africa can grow and advice on how to grow local business for recovery and get ahead, we invite you to join our (live) Webinar series and learn from our panel of local and international experts how to turn around the economy, your business and bring about prosperity for all.

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