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I love Twitter.  It’s become my ‘special’ learning resource.  I love the current, just in time, alternate content and latest updates that come through my daily feed.  Admittedly it’s not only HR or talent related

By Ursula Fear -  This week we have taken time out to watch and review Josh Bersin’s discussion held in November last year at Singularity University.  His topic was: “The People Imperative:  Keynote 2016 presentation.”  I

By Kerryn Kohl -  The term VUCA, which stands for Volatile, Uncertain, Chaotic and Ambiguous, is being bandied around a lot these days. It is an apt descriptor when referring to our current reality. When I find

Our desire to attract and recruit Game Changers is increasing. That's because they can use the chaos of rapid change and advancement to fuel organisation competitiveness and success. Game Changers drive innovation. We need innovation

By Kerryn Kohl -  With the advent of the 4th Industrial Revolution comes big change. Change in the way we do things, what we value, how we learn, how we adapt, how we collaborate – not

By Ekow Duker -  If you toss a coin it will either come up heads or tails. Unfortunately, when it comes to managing talent, you are not always certain of the odds of a star performer

By Ursula Fear -  As we all start to slow down, we thought it appropriate to start collating an array of really good beach reading for you. The first of a series of articles is on corporate

By Ekow Duker -  It sounds dramatic but the war for talent is sometimes described as a “bloodbath.” Companies globally are competing fiercely for talent in areas such as social media marketing, gaming, IT, accounting and

By Marna Lottering -  Measuring customer experience is much bigger than simply measuring customer satisfaction. The main difference is that the latter is specific to an interaction while experience takes into account the entire customer journey. Organisations

by Nadine Arnold -  You’ve heard that companies with women executives at the helm tend to perform better than those led by men— and a new US study furthers that claim, finding that women CEOs in