Leaders have rarely had a more challenging time. Rapid technological disruption, a rebalance of world power, continuing economic uncertainty following the 2008 financial crisis - these factors and more combine to create a highly volatile and increasingly complex decision-making environment.
Andre Fourie 2 days ago
Remember the days when we were always following the leader and looking for ways to gain competitive advantage. We based our strategies on what our competitors were doing, on what internal CVP's we can develop to lead in the battle field. The battle field for brands has now shifted to the customer as it is going to be increasingly difficult to gain customer advantage in the future.
Audrey Naidoo 22 Jul 2016
Nowadays, there are thousands of blogs covering topics such as fashion, health, education, entertainment, business and lifestyle. Though starting a blog is relatively easy, there are some mistakes which can prove detrimental in your blogging journey.
Charles Mburugu 21 Jul 2016
"You don't sing, you don't dance, you don't have any talents," said Barbara Walters when she hosted the Kardashians on her show many moons ago. In his final press speech, Barack Obama also mentioned: "Kendall Jenner is here. I'm not exactly sure what she does."
John Sanei 20 Jul 2016
The emergence of PDF technology has changed the way users handle the electronic documents. There are many benefits of PDF documents including smaller size, powerful security, and universal deployment. Thanks to the PDF format, the transition from paper documents to digital documents has become very quick and easy.
Docs.Zone 19 Jul 2016
Trade is in Africa's blood. Its rich resources, numerous societies and access to the world have created a hotbed of trade civilisations. One could go back millennia to the early kingdoms around the continental horn - the forefathers and peers of the Ancient Egyptian world - or the mysterious Kingdom of Nok in West Africa as examples.
Brett Parker 18 Jul 2016