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Managing proactively the different generations withing the organisation. Many people join the organisation as graduates and leave when they retire. This is both a blessing and a challenge.

Globally business is under pressure so people are really concerned for what that means for them as individuals just as companies are concerned about what it can sustain and how it can get added value.

Enter and stand the chance to win 1 of 4 copies of "You are Born to Win" by Veli Ndaba Success is looking for a good place to stay. Is your team a good place for success

By Thembela Njenga -  As a young graduate, I had an opportunity to work for one of the well-known banks in South Africa. At the time, most of the front-line staff were white women. There were

By Carol Butcher - Some individuals and organisations bemoan high levels of youth unemployment, others do something about it. EOH nailed its colours to the mast and launched the EOH Youth Job Creation Initiative in 2012. The

Time to Transform Future Fit is packed full of practical approaches, insights, examples and tips for today’s leaders, entrepreneurs and change agents interested in transforming their organizations toward firms of the future. ‘Many books call for new

By Marius Meyer -  It is now more than 30 years since top management guru Peter Drucker argued for a shift toward an entrepreneurial society. Drucker challenged executives to make innovation and entrepreneurship a “normal, ongoing

By Marius Meyer - The month of September is always a reminder of the reality of change and transformation.  In South Africa we celebrate the new season of Spring – we see around us how nature

Buyani Zwane Talks Talent. He will be interviewing trail blazers who have succeeded to grow in their respective industries.

By Ekow Duker - When do organisations do well? When the people who work in them do well. You would be hard pressed to find anyone with a vehement objection to this answer. Yet, the small