Alumnus Ernestina Baaba Allotey, shares her memories from her time at Henley Business School
The boat cruise on the river with other programme members, chatting and eating was one of my fondest moments from my time at Henley. However the most significant time for me was my overall experience whilst studying for my MBA.
The classroom setting was well equipped, and both Dr David Ewes and Dr Alison taught us well on Corporate Finance and Governance. My personal tutor, Dr Carole Print really touched my heart with impressive responses that made sense and meaning.
All those I met during my time at Henley were so good to me. Henley Business School is more than a school; the serene green environment gives life with the meandering River Thames giving lasting memories.Read more
The biggest change businesses will face in 3 years will be innovation culture, whereas the challenge will lie in Leadership authenticity.
I would like Henley Business School in the future to be at the forefront of Global leadership training, to both inspire and influence both people and organisation culture.
My thoughts of how the world will have changed in 70 years’ time? There will be more blending cultures, one world of love.