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
By Kerryn Kohl
“Will we need leaders in the future?”
Apparently so! If my research is anything to go by.
However what is glaringly clear is that although leadership roles are safe, the current way in which we
Summarised by Carol Butcher
Kung Fu is a metaphor for a journey over the last three years. How do you affect cultural change across 6 000 people?
Kungfu is the practices, habits and the habits, the things
By Megan Yates - Ixio Analytics
Data Science and Data Scientists are hot topics. The Harvard Business Review famously called the role of Data Scientist, the ‘sexist job of the 21st century’. Many organizations in fields
By Marius Meyer
The PwC CEO survey shows that 83% of CEOs worry whether they have the right talent in place to execute their strategy in achieving their business objectives. This means that CEOs understand the
By Kerryn Kohl
Curiosity may just be the final Human Frontier…at Least for the foreseeable future! Artificial Intelligence may be taking over, but for now we are still driving the questions. In fact, Artificial Intelligence owes
By Darryn van den Berg
Gamification - the Art, Science and Magic the culminates in a powerful engagement tool that excites people to change behaviours through consistent and progressive methodologies. And as this new tool becomes
By Kerryn Kohl.
This week’s column is inspired by a recent school incident. It got me thinking that although bullying may be rife at schools there are tons of bullies in the workplace too.
Heck, who knows