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Dr Graeme Codrington is an expert on the new world of work and multigenerational workplaces. With three bestselling books published by Penguin, five degrees in five different faculties from five different universities including a doctorate in Business Administration, and work experience ranging from articles at KPMG to IT entrepreneur and professional musician to professional speaker, Graeme brings a unique view to his role as consultant and trends analyst for some of the world's largest companies. He can be contacted at , and his website is http://www.tomorrowtoday.biz.
Africa in my soul

“Ladies and gentlemen, please fasten your seatbelts and ensure your tray tables are up and your armrests down. We are on our final approach for OR Tambo airport in Johannesburg.” The announcement from the air steward never fails to get my heart beating just a bit faster. The red-brown soil, peeking through the forest-like greentop competes with the sparkling blue swimming pools that dot the landscape of Joburg as I look out of the window of the landing plane. Africa is in my soul.

By Dr Graeme Codrington 9 May 2008 09:00

Know your generation gap

The worst thing a doctor could do is to prescribe a 'one size fits all' remedy to everyone who walks through the door, without a proper examination. A similar approach would be equally problematic when working across generations in an organisation.

By Dr Graeme Codrington 1 Sep 2004 12:49

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