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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

By Carol Butcher -  The headline “Let the young lead” in the online publication howafrica.com, caught my eye. The article was about Kofi Annan’s views on today’s youth. Kofi Annan is a former UN Secretary-General, Chair

By Marius Meyer -  One of the biggest successes of 20th century management thinking and practice has been the notion of quality management, also called Total Quality Management (TQM) by some quality gurus.  Some countries, like Germany,

Extract from the Report Full report here While some regions around the world are going through a period of massive change in their job markets, the current employment environment in South Africa is remarkably stable—but that isn’t

By Lita Currie, 3 Stickmen -  We have all been there.  The strategy session where the CEO presents 147 PowerPoint slides.  The goal setting session where the boss drones on for hours.  The training workshop where,

By Marius Meyer -  One of the major contributions to management thinking is the concept of the learning organisation developed by leading guru Peter Senge. A learning organisation is totally different from the traditional organisation. Learning

By Kerryn Kohl -  I love this quote by Eric Hoffer. It resonates with me because by harnessing the power of a reflective learning process we can embrace the future with confidence regardless of the uncertainty. Although

By Justin Bodill -  The name Tom Brady is synonymous with NFL greatness. Even those of us who live outside of the US and don’t follow American Football, know that he is considered NFL royalty. He has

By Kerryn Kohl -  I recently ran a workshop on building the agile learning organisation. Again, the main question is how do we get our workforce ready to embrace the 4th Industrial Revolution? What are the

By  Shirley Zinn and Sheri Meyer -  It is important to showcase who we are in an authentic way. In other words, one should be comfortable in one’s own skin and own one’s sense of style/dress.