Construction & Engineering Trends

Pauline Emerson
Pauline Emerson
Women in construction: More progress needed
Go girls!
Posted on 22 Aug 2019 12:07
Huu Nghi
Huu Nghi
#Loeries2019: Day 3 judging finalists!
wowwow
Posted on 22 Aug 2019 10:34
Anonymous
2008 Mandela Coin: Is it legal to sell them?
Did anyone eventually buy it?
Posted on 21 Aug 2019 10:20
Anonymous
#MusicExchange: Micaela Kleinsmith
Micaela Kleinsmith - you are a GEM!
Posted on 20 Aug 2019 18:47
Amy jackson
Amy jackson
How to find the right tenant
Nice Article
Posted on 20 Aug 2019 15:10
Mobile App Development company
Mobile App Development company
What you need to know about Robotic Process Automation (Part 2)
Good Articles. It helps me alot .
Posted on 20 Aug 2019 13:26
Anonymous
#FairnessFirst: Is 40 hours a week enough? Yes and no...
One of the problems is some businesses want their pound of flesh where one person is doing 1.5 - 2 peoples jobs therefore also having to work longer hours. Trade unions also to blame demanding double digit increases so extra staff are not affordable
Posted on 20 Aug 2019 13:20
Neeran Naidoo
Neeran Naidoo
Key steps to creating a crisis communications plan
Crisis communication is about business continuity and about protecting your brand and reputation. Too often corporates want to win public sentiment when there is an outcry about their bad behaviour. But, you seldom "win" in a crisis. All you can really do is neutralise the situation to protect your brand. The easiest defence to any crisis is a commitment to values. Crisis usually happens with companies stray from their values. That's my approach to managing crisis. It comes from many years at Woolworths and extensive research when I started Hewers, a dedicated crisis communication and reputation measurement consultancy.
Posted on 19 Aug 2019 21:59
Brian Tristam Williams
Brian Tristam Williams
The '4 Cs of business writing'? Hogwash.
The tone of this post is inappropriately trite for the medium. This rant would be better posted on a personal blog, where it would be subject to less scrutiny, and the irony of it would be on display to a smaller audience. For example, you advocate for as few words as possible, but you chose to go with “not one, not two, but five.” You could have just said “five,” you know? The cruft you added for emphasis is insipid and underwhelming. “No, no, no, no?” Are you sure you needed that fourth “no?” What were you saying about “simplest, shortest, cleanest?” “The goal, people,” - you keep going on these unnecessary, tepid, comma-encapsulated tangents—we understand that you are addressing “people.” Try to keep your sentences short; nobody needs the digression into “, in case you’re wondering,”. I’m sorry you feel that “obscure” is obscure, but then, how does “proffered” fit in on your pretentiousness scale? Add to that the incomplete sentences, the inconsistent use of different types of apostrophes and quotation marks, and the missing commas and hyphens, and I find my eyelids twitching, while I have subconcious nightmares about stones and houses made of glass.
Posted on 19 Aug 2019 10:58
Anonymous
The wisdom in not knowing
Good to see your still at it Mike.
Posted on 17 Aug 2019 16:15
Anonymous
Does switching off your geyser really save electricity?
All is well said,but I turn off the power as soon as the 1st shower begins. We are only two in the household and the power is on for 2 hours a day and we save 40% on totol electric bill.
Posted on 15 Aug 2019 11:46
Anonymous
5 Startup trends in Nigeria
nice, this is very good progress in africa
Posted on 14 Aug 2019 18:13
Anonymous
Mazda Southern Africa appoints Grey Advertising Africa
More like, these two ex lovers get back together. Back in the days of Ian Shepherd and Ann, Greys had the account. Well done...
Posted on 14 Aug 2019 15:50
Anonymous
To tackle climate change we need to rethink our food system
given that almost all of us breed and dress chickens and pigs in our backyards and the nearest grocery store is...... a once in a life time journey, by walking..... I don't think changes in our diet is the first baby step. but hey! that's just me.
Posted on 14 Aug 2019 07:41
Cynic
Bank of Baroda slapped with R400k fine
So international regulators fine errant financial services providers in the millions of dollars, SA fines a paltry R400,000.Chalk that up to a small cost of doing business in SA.Fines must be meaningful to make a difference!!
Posted on 13 Aug 2019 16:48
Masilo Nkwe
Masilo Nkwe
No room for technophobia in direct selling industry
In marketing you need to adapt and go with the trends.
Posted on 11 Aug 2019 15:25
Bra Willy Seyama
Bra Willy Seyama
Decode kicks off social media training for government communicators
This is a great initiative - up-skilling public servants on leveraging social media marketing, if I have to say so myself. I commend Decode for this, and I hope the intended stakeholders see value and lurch on this opportunity.
Posted on 8 Aug 2019 14:17
Anonymous
'Levelling up' on quality education
Where can we get the App?
Posted on 8 Aug 2019 08:04
Webster Mapiye
Buying a home off-plan
Property development in this sector remains largely speculative. By its nature, where new office space cannibalises existing space, it compromises the tendency to cool down on its own (by market forces) . Maybe legislation such as spatial planning must regulate with one of the key objectives being avoiding oversupply for the good of the sector and the economy at large. Any collapse of this sector will take with it the financial sector and transmit through the rest of the economy.
Posted on 7 Aug 2019 09:22
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