Organising for speed has become a critical component in today’s consumer market. Here are six things companies must get right Read the full article here.
There are conflicting views on leadership and management – one being that they are not mutually exclusive and that leadership can only be demonstrated in contexts where people are being managed. My view is that entrepreneurs can be the first demonstrators of leadership. Read the full article here.
It is no longer sufficient to hire leaders based solely on performance data or the word of top executives. To ensure leaders not only deliver performance results but are also great people requires a more thoughtful view of hiring that considers a range of factors and procedures. Read the full article here.
When is mid-career malaise a signal to change course, as opposed to changing how you think and feel? Midlife is not too late: the mid-career crisis can be a spur to radical, vitalising change. Read the full article here.
If you missed the 2019 edition of SAICA’s Finance Leaders Symposium, here is a quick look back to what you missed. Click here to view the Finance Leaders Symposium special feature in the new ASA.
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In a world moving towards crossovers, there are a plethora of models available in the market as many manufacturers aim to claim their piece of the pie. This is also true in the compact SUV market, which is growing in leaps and bounds. Read the full article here.
Tales of courage, swashbuckling adventures and gigantic wooden ships fill most of our minds when thinking about sailing. The Cape of Good Hope − one of the three Great Capes including Cape Leeuwin in Australia and Cape Horn in Chile − is steeped in rich and diverse sailing history. Read the full article here.