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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

Rajesh Kamath Part 1 of this article can be found here Learning from sport I am of the view that the finest settings for the resolution of many Managerial (and life) challenges are found in sport – especially

by Rajesh Kamath “Is it not he, a true philosopher who, though he be unrecognized of men, cherishes no resentment?” ~ Confucius, Chinese statesman and philosopher, in Analects. A unique experiment There is an interesting concept restaurant at

By Marius Meyer  Last week I highlighted the average national Talent Management audit score of 45% (20 audits in 6 provinces).  I concluded the article with a call for action in uniting HR and Talent Managers

By Kerryn Kohl We are standing on the brink looking down at the abyss that is this “New World.” So let me ask you this… when the waters settle enough for you to see your reflection,

by Kay Vittee To manage an organisation’s reputation and ensure that it is not associated with any controversial, discriminatory or damaging (legally, financially or otherwise) views, it is vital to keep an eye on what employees

by Sue de Waal  Reading newspapers, following the news and listening to corridor talk, paints a gloomy picture of the future.  From politics, to business, to storms and fires destroying property and threatening the lives of people,

by Josef Langerman  IT organisations function within an industry in which the need for sustained high performance is ever-increasing due to the industry’s constant growth, increasing pressure, and rapid change. This need challenges many executives and

by Marius Meyer  When the SA Board for People Practices (SABPP) launched the world’s first National HR Standards in 2013,  the first question we asked HR Executives was:   Of the 13 HR Standards developed for South Africa,

by Camilla Pennington We all remember the old adage that when customers have a positive experience they tell one person but when they have a negative experience they share it (usually angrily) with ten or more