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As Jamaica stands on the threshold of crisis or opportunity, we must consider the critical role that leadership plays in the running of an enterprise or in the running of a country.

The country needs good leadership in every aspect of activity.

Dr Maurice McNaughton, director of the Centre of Excellence of the Mona School of Business (MSB), says a study has been completed to determine the level of access that Jamaicans have to financial services in the formal banking sector.

The Mona School of Business (MSB) of the University of the West Indies (UWI) has received accreditation from the Association of MBAs (AMBA) for achieving the highest standard in postgraduate business education for its Executive MBA and MBA programmes.

The Mona School of Business (MSB) of the University of the West Indies (UWI), has received accreditation from the Association of MBAs (AMBA) for achieving what AMBA describes as the highest standard in Postgraduate Business Education for its EMBA and MBA programmes

Jamaican consumers and businesses can save about J$15.4 billion on their light bills, provided that two key measures of system and fuel losses are brought in line with sector and regional averages

The recently launched 'FLIPtop' computer being marketed by LIME was an idea developed based on the recent Broadband and ICT indicators survey conducted by the Telecommunications Policy and Management Programme, Mona School of Business, UWI.

With Jamaica's economy struggling under the burden of the global recession, as well as our own self-inflicted predicaments, the current period presents an opportunity to launch initiatives that will provide the basis for transformation towards a more diversified, innovation-inducing, export-driven, and resilient economy.

Jamaican consumers and businesses can save about J$15.4 billion on their light bills, provided that two key measures of system and fuel losses are brought in line with sector and regional averages, according to a just-released study published by the Jamaica Productivity Centre (JPC).

"The base is growing every day and it is being bolstered by both corporate and residential customers. In April Mona School of Business did a survey that put Digicel 4G at 22 per cent of the market. Three months on that has moved to 25 per cent."

There is an urgent need for more information to guide managerial decision-making on how to breathe fresh life into a commercial entity for recovery from profit decline.

During 2010, most of the firms listed on the Jamaica Stock Exchange (JSE) reported profit decline or losses relative to the prior year, 2009.

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