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by Kerryn Kohl Okay, so initially when I sat down to write this I was only focused on the people to people skills that are going to be critical for us to develop in order to

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 Kerryn Kohl Critical Thinking is what will distinguish us from the bots. Our ability to use our higher order thinking skills, to critically reflect on our own experiences, beliefs and assumptions, to hold them suspended

by Gaylin Jee “AI will force us to rethink what it means to be human, and what's deeply valuable about that.” At the 2017 Robot Art Competition, robotic painters produced paintings like graduating art students, described as ‘aesthetically

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

Megan Yates A recurring theme from several conferences and discussions we’ve recently attended on data science is that businesses and business leaders do not always get value from their data science teams. Value from data science tends

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 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 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

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