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As businesses increasingly focus on Big Data and more complex systems, the pressure is mounting on the auditing industry to produce the necessary skills and rethink...
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As thousands of South Africans prepare to enrol in distance learning programmes this year, recognising the value of being able to ‘earn while you learn’.
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Prospective students are increasingly opting for distance learning as a first choice, with the sector experiencing strong growth as a result of its harnessing of...
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Following a long, gruelling year of studying tirelessly, grade 12 graduates are now faced with deciding on their next steps which may be to study further, join the...
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Every year in January, the media reports extensively on the desperate situation in which thousands of matriculants find themselves – that of having qualified for...
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The pace of change in the business world is accelerating as consumer behaviour evolves, new technologies come to the fore and competition grows fiercer.
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A key buzzword at the moment in the education space is “blended learning”, but very few people would have heard this term before the higher education crisis...
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Effective coaching involves unleashing the individual potential and expanding the capacity of employees to stretch and grow beyond self-limiting boundaries.
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As the end of 2016 creeps closer, the idea of a fresh career start in 2017 is appealing to many.
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Single-concept, or bite-sized, learning is taking the global online education industry by storm. A natural response to the prevalence of mobile learning and an...
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There has been a growing narrative of misinformation related to “private universities” within the context of the crisis in the public higher education sector.
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Introduced in 2009, the incumbent learnership tax incentives, designed to encourage skills development by companies, came to a conclusion at the end of September...
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With so much unrest surrounding universities lately, positive news regarding our country’s students can seem in short supply.
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Investment costs matter. In the context of a finite market return, investors fall short of the total market return by the total investment costs they incur.
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There is endless data that supports claims of how technology is shifting how we interact with each other and with the information we gather, but even more telling...
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In the latest national MBA survey conducted by Times Media and Lodestar, Henley Business School Africa is one of only three out of a total of 17 business schools to...
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Technology has opened up vast and diverse worlds of education, and nowadays, there’s virtually nothing that you can’t learn online. From neuroscience to how to...
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Despite optimistic forecasts from many analysts, the Oil & Gas industry just doesn’t seem to be able to pick up where it left off before the oil price slump.
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This short paper highlights some obstacles encountered in dealing with ‘change’ whether personal or organisational, and identifies some useful, and perhaps...
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Labels! – It is a very common habit that most of us demonstrate – the need to use labels to describe others’ behaviour. Maybe it goes back to our primeval...

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