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31 MARCH 2020

Great leaders are made in times of crises; who will step up?

Uncertain times can severely test and reveal the quality of an organisation’s leadership and the COVID-19 crisis is giving leaders everywhere a test of unimaginable proportions.
30 MARCH 2020

Big decisions for CEOs right now

Everyone is scrambling to come to terms with the outbreak of COVID-19. That includes business leaders, of course.
02 MARCH 2020

Mteto Nyati: Betting on a Darkie

Mteto Nyati, Chief Executive of Altron, has always been driven by values, something he has tried to bring to every senior executive role he has held in the South African IT industry.
03 FEBRUARY 2020

Leadership lessons from Richard Maponya

On 6 January 2020, Dr Richard Maponya passed away. A legendary business icon and activist, Maponya was known to many as ‘Soweto’s most humble giant’.
02 DECEMBER 2019

The process vs. the outcome

A sports fan, a zealot and a hack all look at the outcome before they decide if they’re happy with the process that led to it.
02 DECEMBER 2019

Jeanette Marais: A force to be reckoned with

Whenever the office phone rang, Jeanette Marais wanted to answer it. That was how she realised a career as an actuarial scientist wasn’t for her.
05 NOVEMBER 2019

Change the perception of business

When we look about us, we see the truth everywhere of the failure of any of the three metanarratives of the 20th century; capitalism, communism and fascism, each one of which has proven to be unsustainable in the end.
04 NOVEMBER 2019

Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella: "Success comes from empathy"

Change starts from within. Nowhere is this adage truer than with the internal appointment of Satya Nadella as CEO of Microsoft in 2014, succeeding Steve Ballmer, who in turn succeeded Bill Gates.
04 NOVEMBER 2019

How great companies deliver both purpose and profit

The idea that business must sacrifice profits to do good must be turned on its head.

Machine vs. Organism

What kind of organisation do we need for the future? Creative and innovative? Or lean and efficient?