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By Ursula Fear Last week the country was ablaze with excitement, curiosity and apprehension as Singularity University hit South African soil.  For those unfamiliar with this establishment, Singularity University is somewhat a symbol of the ‘disruptive

By Nicola Columbine It is a given that the environments in which we live, the lifestyles we lead, and work that we do will be radically different in the not too distant future. It is therefore

By Kerryn Kohl We are in a time of accelerating disruptive change.  In a VUCA world – one characterized by volatility, uncertainty, complexity, and ambiguity – traditional leadership skills will not be enough.”   Bob Johansen  As I mentioned

By Gaylin Jee Great innovations don’t always come from those with the deepest expertise and knowledge, or from the ‘rare genius’. And many entrepreneurs are not big risk takers. In fact, some of the most successful

By Gaylin Jee We tend to grab onto the past and use it to design the future. It’s a profound failure of imagination. So say Stephen Gill and David Grebow. They add that the future is

By Carol Butcher Talent Talks hosted a breakfast at PwC Business School on 30th March. The guest speaker, Professor Peter Hawkins, Professor of Leadership, Henley Business School (UK) spoke on the topic: “Tomorrow’s worlds, tomorrow’s organisations.” The

By Carol Butcher -  The Report: “Cognitive collaboration why humans and computers think better together,” by James Guszca, Harry Lewis, and Peter Evans-Greenwood, published in the Deloitte Review, makes a lot of sense. The authors articulate the

By Carol Butcher -  South Africa celebrated Human Rights Day earlier this week. Human Rights Day in South Africa commemorates the 69 women who tragically lost their lives in the Sharpeville massacre on 21st March 1960. It

New research from Universum, INSEAD Emerging Markets Institute, The HEAD Foundation and MIT Leadership Center : Growing up digital, say some, has so influenced younger generations that it somehow gives them a permanently different outlook than their older peers. Gen X

By Carol Butcher -  “There are huge gaps in leadership. Leaders are not delivering what people need in the organisation. Leadership needs to be more focussed on the relational areas, how leaders relate to their people,