The most prominent memory is of studying and debating statistics in the courtyard with my ‘syndicate’ group. I recall, much to my own embarrassment, having tearful meetings with my lecturer because I was convinced I would not pass the subject. Looking back now, I realise how lucky I was to have had such great teachers. I am thankful for my time spent at WBS.
I recall the second day of my MBA when my first child was born and then while in China completing my final elective, I received the news of the birth of my second child and had to fly back immediately…. An amazing two years of learning and personal growth.
How fabulous to be treated like my opinions mattered and to be exposed to fascinating classroom discussion with a whole bunch of really sharp people. That is how I remember my year studying the HDPM (as it was called then) in 1987. Loet Douwes-Dekker was an absolute maestro in challenging the views of the class…