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By Ekow Duker -  Imagine a South Africa with a large pool of matriculants with good marks in Pure Maths and Science. Imagine if the necessary strategies and resources were in place to enable these candidates

The new Sasol Building - Sasol now has the diversity and expertise in one location. This will establish collaboration and allow better communication, easy access and quicker resolutions to problems that may arise. The one

By Ekow Duker - When do organisations do well? When the people who work in them do well. You would be hard pressed to find anyone with a vehement objection to this answer. Yet, the small

By Kerryn Kohl -  Top of mind for the new breed of worker is flexibility, opportunity, collaboration, meaningful contribution and unconstrained work space – no longer workplace. With the advent of social media, the need for social

By Kerryn Kohl -  Times have changed, we have entered the era of the digital and knowledge based economy. We are seeing the rise of the Exponential Organisation. According to Sarah Horowitz, U.S. Bureau of Labor

By Lee Naik - If governments and businesses can double the pace at which women become digitally fluent, we could reach gender equality in the workplace by 2040 in developed nations and by 2060 in developing nations. At

By Brent Cairns - Companies are investing in the tools and technologies they need to keep pace with constant change in the digital era. But to achieve their ambitious goals, leaders are refocusing on an often overlooked factor:

By Kerryn Kohl - We can’t deny the fact that we are living at a rate of change that most of us are struggling to keep pace with. Add to this the unprecedented threats to our personal

By Ursula Fear -    The workplace today is tough – business usual has become business unusual. In fact, the term VUCA is increasingly being used to describe the world in which leaders and organisations have to

By Ekow Duker -    President Zuma appointed a Commission of Inquiry into Higher Education and Training (The Fees Commission) in January this year, to make recommendations on the feasibility of free higher education and training in South