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Cyber governance – the human factor

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Cyber and information technology security governance refers to the system by which an organisation directs and controls IT security and, to a large extent, involves decision making to mitigate cyber risks. By definition, this implies that cyber governance determines who is authorised to make decisions regarding the adoption of frameworks and the design and implementation of effective controls, which to a significant extent rely on continuous human involvement.

Fathoming the National Minimum Wage (NMW)

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What are the practicalities in implementation when trying to apply and decode the draft Bill? I have spent considerable time recently evaluating the practicalities of implementing the Bill on the NMW at numerous clients’ requests. I find it lacking clarity as there are no practical methods for calculating wages and it doesn’t adhere to ‘plain language principle’.

COVID-19 | Reset… Redefine, Refine, Rebuild …Restart!

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A pandemic has hit the World, causing every country to reset and take a step back, assess its strengths, weaknesses, areas in need of development, and importantly also those priorities which now do not seem to be that important.

GRIT & PURPOSE | Foundations for exponential success

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853,000,000 results pop up when you google SUCCESS - tips to achieving anything, traits of successful leaders, steps to launching your million-dollar startup, even how to become the next Mark Zuckerberg. Most people tend to think the most successful entrepreneurs, business owners and CEOs we read about just got lucky. That the key to their success was the sum of the perfect equation of entrepreneurial traits, skills, money and background. Some magic formula the rest don’t have access to.

The Art of Posting – Are you breaching copyright?

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Social networking is increasingly becoming a daily ritual of many South Africans. According to World Wide Worx’s SA Social Media Landscape 2017, Facebook is...

The need to lead the leaders – 3 C’s plus 1

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You may as well rip up your ‘terms of employment’ because COVID-19 has taken us back to the drawing board. The pandemic has forced us to completely re-evaluate the concept of a ‘9 to 5’ and being in the office on a daily basis.

Black Beneficiary dissonance

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BBBEE Employees are not entitled. Often, they are just COMPROMISED. A major problem is developing in companies which have embraced BBBEE, where Employee Ownership or Beneficiary Trusts have been created. Employees who happen to also be BBBEE Beneficiaries, sometimes misunderstand that they are ordinary employee’s and do not have a favoured, preferred or somehow entitled status, in-comparison with other employee’s in the company.

Social engineering of the most disastrous kind

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The Council of Higher Education (CHE) has established itself as South Africa’s primary protector of the Holy Grail of Higher Education Qualifications - at the cost of the dignity of our working citizens.

Uberising software development

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Staff augmentation is fast becoming the buzzword in the app development job market, attracting more businesses to hire remotely. However, not many businesses understand the benefits of staff augmentation and the art of choosing the right model to harness global resources.

BusinessBrief April/May 2019 edition is now available!

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Read our exclusive cover story entitled CRIMES OF BBBEE CAPTURE! | ARE CONSULTANTS DEFRAUDING EMPLOYEES OF THEIR ENTITLEMENT? by Dr Ivor Blumenthal, CEO, ArkKonsult, as well a host of other topical management articles written by professionals, consultants and academics in the April/May 2019 edition of BusinessBrief.

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