As companies transform themselves to remain locally and globally relevant in a tough economic climate, the workplace has grown into a pressurised and competitive environment where continuous learning is important to guarantee future career opportunities. Within these conditions, leadership becomes a vital quality that enables people to not only differentiate themselves from others but to add value to their work contributions, says Dr Renosi Mokate, Executive Director and CEO of the Unisa Graduate School of Business Leadership (SBL).
Issued by UNISA Graduate School of Business Leadership (SBL) 15 Dec 2014 10:49
In today's world of business, project management has developed into a strategic and integral function of companies. Although firmly in its ascendancy, the project management office (PMO) is faced with a number of challenges that can inhibit effective implementation. The key to unlocking the potential of the PMO is to steer clear of preconceived notions about what it takes to manage a project, to become a centre of excellence for the organisation and to avoid dogmatic attachment to one project management 'religion'.
Issued by UNISA Graduate School of Business Leadership (SBL) 12 Dec 2014 15:56
Distance learning is often defined by what it lacks in relation to traditional campus or classroom learning: physical proximity. Physical proximity not only to teachers and college facilities, but more importantly, to other students. However, with social media rapidly transforming every facet of our modern lives, the 'distance' in distance learning has become increasingly mitigated by a virtual sense of student body.
Issued by Oxbridge Academy 9 Dec 2014 11:58
On Friday, 31 October 2014, the English for Professional Development (EPD) unit hosted its annual certificate ceremony. It was a glamorous affair. Students and facilitators dressed up for the occasion. It was clear that people who enjoy studying English also have a good sense of fashion.
The Khayelitsha Development Forum (KDF) in partnership with the Khayelitsha Community Trust (KCT), False Bay College and Ithalomso Projects co-hosted the Khayelitsha Skills Development Summit (KSDS) on 3-4 October 2014 at False Bay College's Khayelitsha campus.
Issued by False Bay College 5 Nov 2014 11:27