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by Kerryn Kohl   We have plunged into the digital age. There are many of us who would have preferred to dip a toe in first; however, with the pace of technological advancement, change no longer happens gradually.

 By Gaylin Jee Accenture launched their Technology Vision report earlier this year, which identifies the top IT trends impacting organisations over the next 3 years. The theme of the report is “Technology for people, by People”. 

By Carol Butcher Charles Darwin famously said: “It is not the strongest of the species that survive, nor the most intelligent, but the ones most responsive to change.” Indeed, these days, it is those organisations one

While many have been fast to embrace the benefits of technological change in their social and personal lives, there is often resistance when this change impacts jobs

By Gaylin Jee - This is the fourth and final post in our Game Changer Series. In our last post, Why do game changers leave organisations?, we spoke about enabling game changing contributions in your organization,

By Gaylin Jee -  Game changers have something we need in our VUCA world – the unique ability to imagine different futures, and to drive them into reality. Game changing talent brings us ‘something special’. As

By Gaylin Jee It seems that we’re searching for a rare type of talent in our organizations these days, a talent with the potential to drive new frontiers. Commonly referred to as Game Changers, this breed

Our desire to attract and recruit Game Changers is increasing. That's because they can use the chaos of rapid change and advancement to fuel organisation competitiveness and success. Game Changers drive innovation. We need innovation

by Nadine Arnold -  You’ve heard that companies with women executives at the helm tend to perform better than those led by men— and a new US study furthers that claim, finding that women CEOs in

By Kerryn Kohl -  I have recently had the pleasure of assisting a client in developing a digital learning path for their operations area. The learning path kicks off with an orientation session in which we