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Gaylin Jee Follow me on Twitter @gaylinjee   Technological innovation does not drive social change. Rather, social change is usually driven by decisions we make about how to organise our world. These are the words of economic historian

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 Kerryn Kohl “Power is competence” – Jordan Peterson It seems as though Industry 4.0 has the majority of us caught like deer in headlights, staring at this blinding change almost in awe of it, but not

By Ekow Duker We’ve often heard it said by many a CEO, that people (and data nowadays) are an organisation’s greatest asset.  Why then do so few organisations apply modern analytics and data science techniques to enable their

By Professor Alwyn Louw; President: Monash South Africa   Given the growing levels of complexity to be ushered in by the fourth industrial revolution, a fundamental change in the way humans think and work is non-negotiable. Universities

“Artificial intelligence would be the ultimate version of Google. The ultimate search engine that would understand everything on the web. It would understand exactly what you wanted, and it would give you the right thing.

by Tricia Jones, founder of Capacity Builder   Oh, how things have changed, haven’t they? It feels like just yesterday that acceptable workplace norms were: Speaking to customers and suppliers via a landline and only during office hours.

“…you cannot build a company that’s fit for the future without building one that’s fit for human beings.” - Gary Hamel Understanding Industry 4.0   The world has seen massive shifts from the first industrial revolution which began in

Society is driving school leavers to aspire towards attaining a qualification as opposed to focusing on the skills that our economy needs. Article sourced from ITWeb   The end of the year is rapidly approaching and school-leavers have

by Kerryn Kohl So much of our day is spent being busy, we have glorified busy-ness. Often allowing ourselves to be enraptured in the busy-ness of being busy. We have either forgotten that we have complete