The trend of big data is being propelled by an enormous growth in computing capability, our ability to capture, store and apply sophisticated analytics to data from many new sources, and innovative ways to share and develop our knowledge, says a new report. Read the full article here.
In today’s world, we work at breakneck speed. The innovation and creative demands are unprecedented. Do we take stock of our experiences often enough and reflect how to become the best we can be? Our collective and reflective narrative sustains our growth. Read the full article here.Details
Last year, life insurers paid benefits of R14,4 billion (34 100 claims). Medical schemes (2016/17) paid R136 billion in ‘relevant healthcare expenditure’. Our consumer debt is estimated at over R1,6 trillion with 11 million consumers over-indebted. Read the full article here.Details
The accounting profession has recently attracted a lot of negative attention because of the unethical conduct of a handful of its members. This has resulted in renewed attention being given to ethics and ethical behaviour in the profession, focusing for example on how ethics is covered during university studies and training and the existence of…Details
The business world is ever changing and with tech taking over, cryptocurrencies coming to the fore and ever-advancing efficiencies, millennial CAs could be a company’s greatest asset. The only problem is how to effectively manage this potential. Read the full article here.
The future of jobs has never been more uncertain. McKinsey Global Institute estimates that half of all jobs could be automated by 2055. Industry-wide disruptions are occurring faster than ever before. Read the full article here.
Technological and social forces are transforming how work gets done, who doesit , and even what work looks like. And while technology can make workers more productive, there will be significant turbulence as organisations grapple with the complexity and unpredictability of a changing workforce. Read the full article here.Details