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by Kerryn Kohl Building teams that are self-directed, agile, and empowered is critical to power the Digital Organisation of the future. In order to do this, we need to focus on three core pillars, enabling capability,

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 Kerryn Kohl Wow! This year is certainly speeding by. As we head into the Easter Break, I was hoping to take a minute to discuss how we can learn to rest without necessarily taking time away

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,

In today’s dynamic world of work, the path to opportunity—for both individuals, and organizations—is changing. The short shelf life of skills and a tightening labor market are giving rise to a multitude of skill gaps. Businesses

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 Creativity is the “Art of the (I’m)possible.” Yes I know this quote has been taken creatively out of context. It was originally a phrase coined by Otto von Bismarck and originally read “Politics

By Kerryn Kohl Recently I had the pleasure of assisting a client in developing a digital learning path for their operations area. The learning path kicks off with an Orientation session in which we deliver some

World Economic Forum When asked which skills the children of today will need to develop to keep their jobs safe from automation, employers often highlight so-called “soft skills”, a suite of attributes that include social abilities