• Oct. 27 2016
  • Janice Scheckter

So you think you’re a collaborator?

You do know, that being a collaborator is not about being able to openly discuss stuff with others, or being able to shift your opinion and being able to agree on what you may have disagreed on before?

  • Oct. 25 2016
  • Talitha Hlaka

Cry, the Beloved Country

The title of the Alan Paton novel that was my standard six/grade eight English set work has never been more apt than it is today. 

These past weeks, I, along with many of you, I’m sure, have been invited to join protest action/groups. The Active Citizens’ Movement, Joburg for Justice and Save SA, are ones I’m aware of. How could this have happened? I wonder. Loyal, card-carrying ANC patriots being asked to take a stand against the ANC government; who would have thought that would happen?


  • Oct. 20 2016
  • Janice Scheckter

Why some teams win the collaboration challenge … and others don’t

Why do you think some teams continue to exceed all expectations while others simply never make the grade?

  • Oct. 17 2016
  • Talitha Hlaka

Imagine Joburg as a World Class African City

Joburg is often referred to as a “World Class African City”, but have you ever thought of what this means exactly? Off the top of my head I would say an advanced African city, a city with endless possibilities, rich in resources, infrastructure, strong economically and a city that is one with its people. It is a smart city that engages its people and together they build a resilient city.

  • Oct. 10 2016
  • Janice Scheckter

Collaboration is reinventing sponsorships

According to Openfield in their document published on Sponsorship Trends, ‘2015 proved that responsibility, transparency, and purpose are all expectations for the modern company. In 2016, expect brands to grow even more creative, collaborative and inclusive as their corporate responsibility initiatives come of age’.

 

  • Oct. 5 2016
  • Raashida Khan

Make the #FeesMustFall campaign positive

Everybody has something to say about the #FeesMustFall protests. The students; protesting and non-protesting, the institutions, including faculty staff and administrative staff, the president (via his spokespeople), the government departments, politicians, economists, big business, small business, respected commentators like J Jansen and Moletsi Mbeki, heroes like Caster Semenya, a truck driver, people who have had the privilege of attending universities and those that have not – the list goes on.