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Managers must make every effort to update their knowledge and skills to create and deliver strategic value even in changing and uncertain environments. This is the thinking behind MSB Roundtable 2011, being planned by Mona School of Business to be held, under the theme "From Recession to Recovery & Growth."

The leading producer and marketer of cement in the Caribbean, TCL Group (TCL), is in need of turnaround. TCL has eight operating companies: four in its home market Trinidad and one each in Jamaica, Barbados, Guyana and Anguilla.

For the third year running, MSB has been rated among the top 1000 Business Schools in the world for 2010 by Eduniversal as a good business school with regional influence.

Eduniversal's ranking is done by the Deans of Business Schools;

FIND MBA ranks Mona School of Business as one of the 30 Most Popular Business Schools (currently #12) in the Americas (Canada, South and Central America, and the Caribbean) in 2010. Details can be found at:

Deadline Now Extended to March 15, 2011

Essay Topic: Information and Communication Technologies neither contribute to nor offer solutions for Caribbean environmental degradation.

The Telecommunications Policy and Management Programme, in collaboration with the International Development Research Centre, invite proposals from suitably qualified Caribbean nationals for the Caribbean Young ICT Researchers Competition.

MSB launched its new magazine the MSB Business Review on June 16, 2010, to which it invited members of the board of directors, the editorial committee members, the members of the advisory board, contributing authors, sponsors, and faculty members.

"Learning that Powers Success!" The motto for the Mona School of Business (MSB) rang particularly true when the MSB team which participated in the Opportunity Funding Venture Challenge Competition (OFCVC), a business plan competition in Atlanta, April 16 to 19, 2010, took home the "Best Presentation" award and placed third overall in a field of twenty-one US-based Colleges and Universities....

The Mona School of Business (MSB), University of the West Indies (UWI), Mona, recently became the only place in Jamaica to offer the Graduate Management Admission Test (GMAT). It opened its MSB/Pearson VUE Authorized Test Center (PVTC), in July, which allows it to conduct the GMAT and a wide-range of other tests for certification and academic admissions.

Mona School of Business (MSB), University of the West Indies (UWI), Mona, is now a Registered Education Provider (R.E.P) under the Project Management Institute (PMI). This took effect October 5, 2009 and signals that the Project Management course offered by MSB is recognized globally for its relevance and quality.


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