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By Lee Naik - If governments and businesses can double the pace at which women become digitally fluent, we could reach gender equality in the workplace by 2040 in developed nations and by 2060 in developing nations. At

By Brent Cairns - Companies are investing in the tools and technologies they need to keep pace with constant change in the digital era. But to achieve their ambitious goals, leaders are refocusing on an often overlooked factor:

By Kerryn Kohl - We can’t deny the fact that we are living at a rate of change that most of us are struggling to keep pace with. Add to this the unprecedented threats to our personal

By Jen Taylor - We’re currently partnering with two multinational clients to design, develop and implement Talent Management across their businesses. These are giants in their respective industries, contributing significantly to our national economy, obvious success stories

On the following pages you will see an overview of the Talent Management standard element developed by SABPP.  It was developed by 108 South African HR Managers. In the second part, 468 HR Managers from all

Yesterday we debated whether we are leaders or laggers in talent management. Today we accept the fact that there is no time for debate. Let us face the facts and start working on proper talent management

The talent retention problem   An organisation can have the best vision, mission, strategy, values, or intentions but without talented people none of these can become reality. Organisations need highly engaged talent to execute strategy. However,

By Debbie Craig - “We can each define ambition and progress for ourselves. The goal is to work toward a world where expectations are not set by the stereotypes that hold us back, but by our

By Debbie Craig - 2016 has started with some exciting opportunities and some really tough challenges. A serious drought, a sliding Rand, a concerning global economic outlook and local political decisions and tensions are causing much uncertainty

It is a commonplace view in modern management thinking that strategic plans come first and all else follows. But what if that is not true? What if talent comes first and strategy follows? In this short

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