• Jul. 30 2017
  • Janice Scheckter

Gigaba’s 14-point plan – any collaboration there?

By now we’ve got a good sense of Malusi Gigaba’s ability to collaborate. Tragically it appears to have been misguided, but if I was a religious person, I’d probably be quoting some biblical passage alluding to the forgiveness of sinners. Just last week, the OECD called out South Africa’s poor growth forecasts and Gigaba agreed noting that there was a 14-point plan ready for implementation. I’d be really interested in understanding the 14-point plan, in particular the collaborative aspects of the plan.


  • Jul. 14 2017
  • Janice Scheckter

Collaborating to ensure kids are employable

The six-year high school, this may just be the kind of collaboration that education needs. You know the saying, ‘if it ain't broke don’t fix it’? Education appears to be broken across many nations from the first world to emerging markets. So why are we not collaborating more, disrupting more and build stuff that works?

  • Jun. 25 2017
  • Janice Scheckter

How Airbnb collaborated with customers to build an incredible business

Airbnb has become part of many travellers’ lives and we’re constantly reminded of how providing a friend with an inflatable mattress in a New York apartment, sparked the idea for this multi-billion-dollar business.

  • Jun. 4 2017
  • Janice Scheckter

Collaborate like a startup

The startup of today is a highly evolved animal where disruption is often the name of the game. This is because as part of that evolution, startups have developed methodologies that include the minimal viable product, business model canvases, timeboxing and pivots.

  • May. 17 2017
  • Janice Scheckter

Just how invested are you in….Your neighborhood, Your city, Your country’s future?

Take the heading as question one and the next phrase as questions two and three, how often are you asked to donate and how do you respond to it?

 

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