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The future of marketing is here - don’t blink

Tomorrow will be different - and even more complicated. The question is, how can CMOs and their companies keep up?

Why Eskom is unfixable

Every big decision taken around Eskom over the past three months has probably made matters worse.

The cure for the loneliness of command

CEOs are quickly derailed without a sense of community.

How to survive in the age of digital transformation

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

HR's mental health: Letting people in is hard but necessary

The importance of wellbeing programmes and policies in the workplace.

Airbnb rewrote the rules - now what?

In 1977, James Eyster, then a Ph.D. student at Cornell, published a book that would completely change the nature of the hotel business worldwide. His idea could not sound more boring - unless you saw the impact it would have.

Busy is not the point

We’re supposed to give you a pass because you were full on, all day. Frantically moving from one thing to the other, never pausing to catch your breath, and now you’re exhausted.

What's really driving disruption?

The emergence of a new technology is often cited as what drives the disruption of an industry or business. But that’s not true in most cases.

Marketing with Big Data: Lazy vs. Laser-Focused

Imagine a day in the future when the only ads they saw were for products they were interested in buying.


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» 13 Apr: Henley MBA & PGDIP Preview Day
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» 16 Apr: The Future of Energy In South Africa


» 03 Apr: Strategic Women in Leadership Programme
» 15 Apr: Impactful Leadership for Women
» 06 May: Finance for Non-Financial Managers
» 07 May: Managing Managers for Results
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