Arthur Mutambara

Arthur Mutambara is a Zimbabwean opposition leader, president of one of the two Movement for Democratic Change party formations. He also serves as managing director and CEO of the Africa Technology & Business Institute in South Africa and professor of Operations Management at the University of South Africa’s Graduate School of Business Leadership. Extensively involved in socio-economic-political issues in both the US and Africa, he was named one of the World Economic Forum’s “Young Global Leaders” in 2007. Mutambara was formerly a director of Standard Bank with responsibilities in 17 African countries. He is also a former Rhodes Scholar, NASA research scientist, MIT professor of Robotics and Mechatronics, visiting professor of Business Strategy at Northwestern’s Kellogg School, and management consultant with McKinsey & Company. Mutambara is also a Fellow of the African Leadership Initiative, a partnership of the Aspen Institute.

Videos/Audio of Arthur Mutambara

Economic growth has raised living standards in most of the World - but not everywhere. What can be done to help those... See more
Professor Arthur Mutambara speaks of the interconnectedness of all members of the human race.  See more
Shashi Tharoor on the search for truth.  See more
What is working and what is not on an African continent rich in natural beauty and bountiful resources yet rife with... See more
What Can I Do? Arthur Mutambara pleads for us all to consider our interconnectedness when we seek to solve global... See more
What is the prospect for conflict resolution and peace in Southern Africa, and the region's role toward trouble spots... See more