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04 MAY 2019

Netflix and the battle for your disposable time

A major blind spot for organisations is that they tend to see the world through the lens of their existing industry.
02 APRIL 2019

How to survive in the age of digital transformation

Sharon Doherty, Global Organisation & People Development Director, Vodafone, addresses common concerns for organisations facing disruption.
01 MARCH 2019

Go digital or die, companies warned

Companies that have embraced digital marketing have leapt ahead of rivals that are stuck in the old ways, as digital advertising’s return on investment outpaces that of traditional media such as television and radio.
03 DECEMBER 2018

5 keys to business in the Digital Age

What explains the demise of Blockbuster and rise of Netflix? One key has been the capacity to perceive and attend to what customers really want.
03 DECEMBER 2018

How UCOOK started in a garage and grew to a R100m business

David Torr went from a trust fund kid who kept getting kicked out of school, to flat broke and waitering, to launching a R100 million turnover business from a garage.
03 NOVEMBER 2018

GE’s leadership problem goes beyond its CEO

GE has become, as one expert said, "a slow-motion train wreck." Can a change at the top help turn it around?
03 NOVEMBER 2018

The tricky business of African expansion

The University of Stellenbosch Business School Executive Development (USB-ED) has been cementing their footprint across 13 African countries over the last decade. They've gained, lost and learnt a lot.
03 NOVEMBER 2018

The real story behind Uber’s exit from Southeast Asia

Uber, Grab and Go-Jek embody emerging strategies in international platform competition.
03 NOVEMBER 2018

7 lessons from Tencent's Pony Ma

How the man behind the Chinese goliath keeps innovating.
10 OCTOBER 2018

Why leaders invest so much in failing strategies

Once you’ve committed to a business strategy, it’s strangely easy to ignore the warning signs.