by Liesl Bebb-Mckay
This post was cowritten by the genius D’ave Meyer who also gets the point just right and makes work such a barrel of laughs. At the FOUNDeRY, we’ve managed to celebrate a few successes in
by Belinda Carreira
Eudaimonia is a Greek word meaning “human flourishing’ – a contented state of being happy, healthy and prosperous. Now isn’t this where we all want to be?
To me, being human is the greatest
by Paolo Giuricich CA(SA)
Artificial Intelligence (AI) has already changed the way we operate in our lives and businesses to a greater degree and will continue exponentially into the future. How will this ‘machine learning’ translate
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.
Amy McKenzie, Business Development at Tétris, discusses the popular trend of ‘crash spaces’ in the office.
In an increasingly demanding world, where knowledge sharing is critical to performance improvement and business success, a collaborative workspace is
By Kerryn Kohl
Break out your yoga pants, cognitive flexibility is listed as a critical skill for 2020.
This means that we need to become really comfortable with being able to shift between thinking about multiple concepts,
by Ekow Duker
Last week I was invited by the resourcing department of a large international bank to give a talk on The Future of Artificial Intelligence. We soon entered into an animated discussion on how clever
By Kerryn Kohl
According to the World Economic Forum, Future Jobs report Emotional Intelligence is listed as the 6th most critical skill for 2020. What is very interesting to note is that this skill did 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