By Carol Butcher -  The Report: “Cognitive collaboration why humans and computers think better together,” by James Guszca, Harry Lewis, and Peter Evans-Greenwood, published in the Deloitte Review, makes a lot of sense. The authors articulate the

By Carol Butcher -  The expression, “Uneasy lies the head that wears the crown,” from William Shakespeare's Henry IV. Part II (1597) could easily have been coined by four leaders in South Africa –Western Cape Premier,

By Xolani Mawande -  In pursuit of the strategy of the SA Board for People Practices (SABPP) in providing a voice for the human resource (HR) profession, we are proud to announce that after months of

By Camilla Pennington -  Unconscious bias is something we are often unaware of but which creates barriers that prevent diversity and inclusion in the workplace, damaging relationships that could foster creative and innovative ideas. The costs

While many have been fast to embrace the benefits of technological change in their social and personal lives, there is often resistance when this change impacts jobs

By Carol Butcher -  South Africa celebrated Human Rights Day earlier this week. Human Rights Day in South Africa commemorates the 69 women who tragically lost their lives in the Sharpeville massacre on 21st March 1960. It

Marius Meyer -  We live in an age of uncertainty and disruption.  The problem with uncertainty is that we don’t know what will happen next.  Conventional wisdom is challenged. Business models are overturned and new business

By Kerryn Kohl -  As I write this I have the “infamously awful” Will Smith song in my head – “Getting Jiggy with it.” All at once I am revealing both my age and obviously questionable

By Rajesh Kamath, Chanakya Consulting, India -  In October 2014, during the festival of Diwali (the most popular festival in India), the headline of a leading News channel exclaimed “Savjhibhai Dholakia's extraordinary gesture of generosity is

By Carol Butcher -  Some of our readers may have seen the 1961 American romantic comedy “Breakfast at Tiffany’s.” The movie was loosely based on Truman Capote’s novella of the same name. Audrey Hepburn and George