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The book focuses on managing talent in multinational companies (MNCs) operating in emerging markets. Part 1 covers key characteristics of managing talent in emerging markets, covering topics such as leadership, action learning, performance management, remuneration,

By Ekow Duker -    President Zuma appointed a Commission of Inquiry into Higher Education and Training (The Fees Commission) in January this year, to make recommendations on the feasibility of free higher education and training in South

By Ursula Fear - As technology continues to permeate the business space across all functions and processes to streamline productivity, it’s critical to remember that the heart of any business is its people says industry

By Lynda Smith -  We live in a world that is changing significantly. The convergence of technology and longevity is changing what the world of work looks like. This brings both opportunity and challenge, depending on

The book focuses on the shift from training to learning to collaborative learning in the modern socially networked age, using latest research in Neuroscience. It outlines the key frameworks, processes and tools to adopt and

Wahalla is a Nigerian slang word that means “trouble”. White Wahalla is a story about a man who finds himself unable to cope with the rapidly changing world around him. That man is a notoriously brutal

I Am Talent: A comprehensive guide to optimise your potential and achieve your personal and career aspirations. This publication is aimed at providing a comprehensive guideline and toolkit which will help you provoke and stimulate your

If succession planning works, how do the wrong people so often get to the top? Succession planning was once the key to identifying potential leaders to fill important positions. However, in today's rapidly evolving business

I’m privileged to be the first edition of the Talent Talks ‘My Story’ insert.  I’m somewhat bewildered by this specific task, as it is not always easy to be open and vulnerable in front of

Dying in New York is a haunting tale of Lerato, a black South African girl from a comfortable middle class family living in Johannesburg. The story begins when Lerato is twelve but all too soon it becomes