6 Big changes to Quality Management

In February 2019, the IAASB released exposure drafts for quality management at firm and engagement levels for public comment. This article provides an overview...

Focus: What does it mean to be a good leader?

We recently lost a colleague and friend, Dr Beric Croome. When thinking about Beric and the legacy that he leaves behind, we find all...

Focus: Municipalities continue to struggle with appointing qualified CFOs

Councillors are urged to appoint CFOs who meet the minimum competency levels in order to improve the effective financial management of municipalities, as one...

Feature: The age of speed how to raise your organisation’s metabolism

Organising for speed has become a critical component in today’s consumer market. Here are six things companies must get rightRead the full article here.

Advice: Leadership in difficult times

There are conflicting views on leadership and management – one being that they are not mutually exclusive and that leadership can only be demonstrated...

Focus: Never hire leaders based on word of mouth

It is no longer sufficient to hire leaders based solely on performance data or theword of top executives. To ensure leaders not only deliver...

Feature: Facing your mid-career crisis

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...

Profile: Coaching with international insight

Debbie Ransby has more than 20 years’ extensive corporate multinational experience and she has learnt a great deal along the way. Earlier this year...

Better board-committee communication will mitigate risk

By George Williams, Director of Risk Advisory Services at BDOAudit committees are an organisation’s primary resource for oversight of the financial reporting process, the audit...

Travel allowances – This is what you need to know

Travel allowance is granted to employees who travel for business purposes and it is granted to finance a portion of an employee’s transport costs....