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Advice: Winning teams identify strengths and build skills

We all dream of spending our time, energy and passion on the things that really makeus tick. Focus on making that a reality in...

Advice: Social Entrepreneurship and Egalitarianism

I want to explore the possible link between social entrepreneurship and the concept of egalitarianism, and the potential of social entrepreneurship to contribute towards...

Advice: Accounting Service for the Tokenised Future

Launched in 2017, Balanc3 recognised the need for fiscal transparency duringthe token sale hype of the past few years. As more and more decentralisedapplications,...

Advice: Bias, A Weak Excuse!

Personal bias affects every decision that every person makes every day; it always has, and it always will. It is an intangible that either...

Advice: Government’s Responsibility to Taxpayers

Taxpayers are not alone in their obligations. Government is expected to spend tax revenue responsibly and to raise tax revenuefairly. These expectations have come...

Advice: Money or The Boss?

As a CFO, working for a great CEO means everything to my job satisfaction, my ability to perform, grow and lead others.  Do you...

International Profile: Darrel Scott

Darrel Scott describes himself as ‘working in London and living in South Africa’, although he admits he doesn’t get here as often or for...

Recession? Retrenchments? Cost cutting?

Rooting out ‘negligent procurement spend and invisible inventory’ – the maintenance, repair and operations (MRO) dilemmaBy Dr Jan NellExecutive SummaryHow does MRO spend affect...

Advice: People Strategies in a Shifting Global Economy

One issue stands out for every middle-market business that operates internationally: the struggle to find and retain the most skilled and innovativeemployees − those...

Advice: Harnessing Big Data for Greater Business Insight

The trend of big data is being propelled by an enormous growth in computing capability, our ability to capture, store and apply sophisticated analytics...