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By Camilla Pennington Ask any recruiter what their biggest challenges are when it comes to selecting talent and they are likely to mention any one or more of the following; high volumes of applications, time-consuming or

By Tope Toogun, CEO, Cognity Advisory There are many ways to achieve success in today’s increasingly globalised and fast-changing world. That said, it’s a highly competitive environment that is plagued by high levels of unemployment on

by John Raddall The industrial revolution spawned the machine age driven by coal and darkened dust-filled skies.  People were drawn in their thousands from the farmlands into a noisy world that must have looked and sounded

In the first instalment of this article (read it here), the reader was introduced to the stories of the Flight of Icarus, Norbulingka of Dharamsala, Frans Johansson’s The Medici Effect and Dan Pink’s A Whole

by Rajesh Kamath While in Crete, Daedalus created the plan for the Minoan Palace of Knossos, one of the most important archaeological sites in Crete and Greece today. It was a magnificent architectural design and building,

by Carol Butcher DH Lawrence famously wrote: “Be still when you have nothing to say; when genuine passion moves you, say what you have got to say, and say it hot.” Public speaking is a critical skill

Small, independent teams are the lifeblood of the agile organization. Top executives can unleash them by driving ambition, removing red tape, and helping managers adjust to the new norms. What does it take to set loose

by Mosima Selekisho   Women’s Day is a good time to share a secret … recent events give women executives a big opportunity to fulfil their potential as key contributors to corporate success as they are ideally

MAY FURTHER IMPACT TRANSFORMATION by Debbie Goodman-Bhyat South Africa’s precarious economic outlook hit home this year for companies searching for top talent, with a significant drop in the percentage increase offered to lure and secure the best

by Marius Meyer I always find university rankings interesting. Why are some universities ranked higher than others? It is evident that while the quality of teaching is part of the key criteria, the rating agencies also look