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Publisher's Note Capturing the zeitgeist of the moment
German scholars have argued cohesively that each era has a unique spirit—a nature or climate that sets it apart from all other epochs. We live in an era of rapid
20 Mar 2019 - T. O. M.
LEADERSHIP IN SA 2018 Much has been written about corruption in the public sector. Much is being done to start tackling it. However, it is increasingly clear that corporate South Africa has not been left untouched by the rotten presidency of Jacob Zuma.
He has left behind a legacy, which has ensconced corruption as an acceptable way of doing business. Some of it manifests in fraud and blatant disregard for the law, while other
05 Jun 2018
SKIN IN THE GAME - BUT HOW MUCH? ‘Skin in the game’—that much-loved phrase coined by Warren Buffett—refers to a situation in which executives use their own money to buy shares in the company they are running. In so doing, they pin their personal investment money to their company.
Some say this adds to their vested interest in the company’s success and hence, aligning their rewards to actual performance. Others question the truth of this, offering the
07 Nov 2017 - P. O. S.




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