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Who is Timothy Maurice Webster?

    Who is Timothy Maurice Webster?

Without actually meeting the man in person, this is a very difficult question to answer as resources on the Internet about this dynamic and thoughtful man are few and far

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SA companies aren’t taking the threat of data breaches seriously enough

    SA companies aren’t taking the threat of data breaches seriously enough

Data breaches – and the often tremendously damaging consequences – are an unfortunate reality for every business operating today. Yet, South African companies aren’t taking the threat seriously. The recent

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3 Lessons I learned about big data

    3 Lessons I learned about big data

A term that has been popping up all over the place recently is ‘big data’. It has taunted me on Twitter, leered at me from LinkedIn, frolicked on Facebook and

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How can you effectively engage your employees?

    How can you effectively engage your employees?

by Lia Marus I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again: Technology has turned the world we live in upside down. Our communication methods have done a total 180

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WHO’S THE NEXT BOSS? POLL SHOWS 50% OF SA COMPANIES DON’T KNOW

    WHO’S THE NEXT BOSS? POLL SHOWS 50% OF SA COMPANIES DON’T KNOW

A new poll of blue-chip companies shows only about half have a definite succession plan should their CEO or MD

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IPM Newsletter Edition 1 2012

    IPM Newsletter Edition 1 2012

Message from the CEO Dear Valued members and partners 2012 was an exciting and successful year with highlights such as

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Post office performance targets have improved

    Post office performance targets have improved

Cape Town – The ailing SA Post Office has made progress in crafting performance targets that are more clearly defined,

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Clothing, textiles can contribute to job creation

    Clothing, textiles can contribute to job creation

Pretoria – The Clothing and Textiles Competitiveness Programme (CTCP) has breathed life into sectors where new decent jobs are being

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GRADUATE EMPLOYMENT SUCCESS FROM MATCHING SKILLS TO BUSINESS NEEDS

    GRADUATE EMPLOYMENT SUCCESS FROM MATCHING SKILLS TO BUSINESS NEEDS

Top private education experts have found a good way to improve the employment prospects of new graduates by focusing specifically

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CAN YOUR C-SUITE TWEET?

    CAN YOUR C-SUITE TWEET?

South African CEOs and MDs can no longer get away with not being digitally savvy: a new survey shows more

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