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02 JUNE 2018

Can Tesla avoid a breakdown?

Tesla is ahead of its competition in many regards. And, despite some recent controversial comments, CEO Elon Musk is considered to be a big reason why. But can the company make the jump from being a niche novelty to mass-market car company?
02 JUNE 2018

Building the bank of tomorrow

Sim Tshabalala, CEO of Standard Bank, clearly holds the vision of HP de Villiers and his team from the mid-1980s to early-1990s in high regard.
01 MAY 2018

The principles of strategic management for good leaders

Strategic management is largely what it says on the tin: employing a strategic framework to achieve short- and long-term business objectives consistently and efficiently.
05 MARCH 2018

Rebuilding Basil Read

Cash-strapped construction firm Basil Read has entered the second stage of its turnaround strategy.
05 MARCH 2018

How incumbents are adapting to disruption

Incumbents are focusing on people skills, culture and customer centricity when it comes to digitisation.
04 DECEMBER 2017

Behind the demise of The Jupiter Drawing Room (JHB)

In a frank and reflective interview with the Financial Mail, founder Graham Warsop opened up on mistakes made and lessons learnt.
04 DECEMBER 2017

The strategic decisions that caused Nokia’s failure

The moves that led to Nokia’s decline paint a cautionary tale for successful firms.

Fear of disruption can do more harm than actual disruption

Resist the urge to react too hastily to major change - or to use it as an excuse not to take action. Focus instead on making the fundamental strategic choices necessary to strengthen your business.

How to make difficult decisions

Have you ever spent nights lying awake, wondering what decision to take, a decision that could have a long-lasting effect on your life, those nearest to you or your organisation?

AutoTrader: Disruptive innovation is more than shifting gear

History is littered with companies, large and small that failed to adapt to changing market conditions. AutoTrader South Africa wasn’t going to be one of them.