Dare to Lead is the fascinating story of how Anil K. Khandelwal transformed Bank of Baroda (BOB) from being just another public sector bank into one of the most valuable brands in Indian banking. This is

By Cathy Sims The South African Graduate Employers (SAGEA) recently conducted a study of organisational practice in graduate development.  The study included 90 organisations representing some of the largest and most well respected graduate programmes in

By Marius Meyer  The PwC CEO survey shows that 83% of CEOs worry whether they have the right talent in place to execute their strategy in achieving their business objectives. This means that CEOs understand the

Summary by Lita Currie Deon Greyling, the Managing Director for BTS’s Middle-East and Africa branch, has been doing business in Africa for a long time. Growing and developing talent is a particular passion of his. He

Summary by Lita Currie When AB Inbev merged with SABMiller in 2016 the $100 billion deal created the biggest fast-moving consumer goods company on the planet.  The merging of two strong cultures was (and still

By Kerryn Kohl Curiosity may just be the final Human Frontier…at Least for the foreseeable future! Artificial Intelligence may be taking over, but for now we are still driving the questions. In fact, Artificial Intelligence owes

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By Marius Meyer The field of talent management has grown significantly over the last five years.  Many companies now have explicit talent management strategies in place.  Companies have created and grown talent pools to ensure that

By Megan Yates Independence, critical thinking and questioning were encouraged in my family. I fondly recall healthy debates around the family dinner table, where strong opinions and tough questions were always welcomed. This foundation allowed me

The notion of management and leadership by objectives has led to a number of challenges, where there has been no inclusion for consultations on a number of decisions made with regard to employees’ careers: “Organisations