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By Kerryn Kohl The WEF has identified 10 skills that are critical for us to develop if we are to stay relevant and employable in the future. You will notice that the skills of the future

By Josef Langerman First published in Langerman Panta Rhei In our Modern IT Management Lecture series, we discussed Agile and Scrum frameworks in significant depth. An important part of these frameworks is the creation of self-organising teams. In

By Carol Butcher Most people have a story about a visit to one of our national parks or private game reserves that really stands out – it usually has to do with the sighting of one

By Lita Currie Information systems have arguably had a revolutionary impact on business in the last 20 years.  Can you imagine doing any job these days without a computer?  Having competent employees on information systems is

By Kerryn Kohl This statement rings true, not only for organisations but for each of us on an individual basis. We are all in the race for relevancy. Those of us who are able to change, learn,

By Carol Butcher Beer is South Africa’s favourite tipple and many South Africans have very fond memories of the world-famous HEINEKEN Brewery tour in Amsterdam. So, the opportunity to attend a Talenttalks Networking Breakfast, hosted by HEINEKEN

By Lerato Nxomani   One need only google the term “millennials” or “working with millennials” to see that people all over the world are grappling to understand this group. In fact, those two phrases return hundreds of

by Kerryn Kohl Whenever I ask the question “are you getting enough?” (Feedback, that is) to the teams I work with their initial response is yes of course. Probe a little deeper and you’ll soon discover

By Siphiwe Moyo and Marius Meyer  Today as we enter the month of September, we are proud to declare the HR Standards season open, and in particular phase 6 of the National HR Standards Journey.  September is

By Emmanuel Haruperi, Development Consultant, Hemman & Associates The increasing beat of globalisation continues to drive complexity that is volatile, uncertain and ambiguous (VUCA) in the business environment. This creates unprecedented change, making it very difficult for