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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 between. So needless to say, I was very curious at the prospect of meeting Timothy and finding out a bit more about him… Timothy, according to Vuma Reputation Management’s ...Full Article

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 ...Full Article

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 ...Full Article

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 ...Full Article

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 suddenly depart. The other half risk a potential leadership ...Full Article

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 the IPM Annual Convention attended by approximately 900 delegates ...Full Article

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, time bound and verifiable, the Auditor General’s (AG) office ...Full Article

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 created, thereby stopping the decline in these sectors, says ...Full Article

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 on what employers want, over and above the skills ...Full Article

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 than 90% of companies expect their head honchos to ...Full Article