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UCT business school prompts curiosity with kinetic sculptor Justin Fiske

The UCT Graduate School of Business' Executive Education unit is hosting an open evening on 25 March with award winning kinetic sculptor Justin Fiske, whose work will aim to activate the curiosity of Cape Town's business community.
UCT business school prompts curiosity with kinetic sculptor Justin Fiske

The demands of business today are such that decisions need to be made quickly - there is no time to explore all possible courses of action, and people therefore end up doing the same things again and again, limiting the possibilities for innovation and change. Activating and maintaining a high level of curiosity is the one sure way to succeed in a world where everything changes all the time.

Executive Education at the UCT GSB is rated and respected internationally for the calibre and style of its leadership development programmes. It is the only Executive Education provider in Africa to be admitted to UNICON, a prestigious network of the top business schools around the world. Its original and interactive short courses seek to grow the leadership backbone in organisations and individuals, and inspire a new generation of leaders to engage with the challenge of doing business in emergent markets.

The evening event begins at 17:00 at the UCT GSB Exhibition Hall, Breakwater Campus, Portswood Road, Green Point. Contact Alison on 021 406 1490 or . Please reserve your seat as space is limited.

UCT Graduate School of Business
The University of Cape Town Graduate School of Business (GSB) is recognised as one of the best business schools in the world. Its innovative approaches to teaching and learning and commitment to relevance and social impact set it apart from most.

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