1. Leticia Greyling

    Leticia Greyling
    Senior Lecturer, Rhodes Business School. Leticia Greyling is responsible for Sustainability Integration at Rhodes Business School (Rhodes University). The School started including and integrating sustainable development curriculum content into their MBA programme in 2004, making them the first business school in South Africa to highlight the need for a broader approach to management education. Rhodes Business School is also member of UN PRME (Principles for Responsible Management Education), GRI (Global Reporting Initiative) and the GRLI (Globally Responsible Leadership Initiative). Rhodes Business School also played a supporting role in the 50+20 Management Education for the World initiative, which was locally coordinated by the Albert Luthuli’s Centre for Responsible Leadership.

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    Business Unusual – what about business education?

    South Africa boasts the first stock exchange to require integrated annual reporting on financial and non-financial performance for its listed companies, with the adoption of the corporate governance code King III.