Megan Ellis explores why smart buildings are so popular overseas – and whether SA is catching up.
After the death of restrictive cubicles and old-school meeting rooms, Hasmita Amtha explores what’s next in office design.
More people are working remotely, but the future of work is not necessarily outside the office, writes Carolyn de Kock.
The role of the secretary in corporate governance is often overlooked, claims Kerry Dimmer.
The principles of software development are infiltrating general business practices, says Carolyn de Kock, but can a corporate really be lean and agile?
The recent Liberty data breach should have all South African businesses thinking about what they’re asking for over email, writes Adam Oxford.
Are South African companies getting smart about artificial intelligence? Vanessa Clark finds out.
The de facto management qualification is still relevant, but only if business schools are willing to adapt, writes Busani Moyo.
Megan Ellis looks at how business incubators and accelerators are helping entrepreneurs survive in a tough environment.
IoT or the Internet of Things is finally starting to flex its muscles as a go to technology for companies looking to gather deeper insights on their business. Why? Because it works. Or does it?
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