UPCOMING CONFERENCES AND NEW RELEASES
LEARNING ANALYTICS WORKSHOP
11 and 12 November 2019
VENUE: Ten Bompas Hotel, Rosebank | Johannesburg
The Learning Analytics Workshop from the Metrics That Matter team at Explorance focuses on key measurement issues for learning and development units within for-profit, not-for-profit and government organisations. The programme will address the fundamental reasons for measuring the quality of training (to demonstrate effectiveness and provide information for continuous improvement). Learn more.
NEW BOOK: #STAGNATIONMUSTFALL
The Learning Analytics Workshop from the Metrics That Matter team at Explorance focuses on key measurement issues for learning and development units within for-profit, not-for-profit and government organisations. Learn more.
THE 2019 EDITION OF THE SA HUMAN CAPITAL & LABOUR REPORT IS NOW AVAILABLE
The 2019 edition of this report provides in-depth and comprehensive data of the latest human capital and labour trends and developments in South Africa. The report will provide you with a better understanding of: Labour market efficiency, employment levels and trends, wage and salary trends and more! This is a must-read report if you want to analyse labour market trends and identify human capital business risks!
ARTICLES FROM HUMAN CAPITAL REVIEW
Interactive Culture Change Model
*BEST SELLER* In my new book, A Journey of Diversity & Inclusion in South Africa which has just been published, I discuss the interactive culture change model. This is a 10-step model routed in direct and active engagement from leadership. This model relies on the critical interplay between the Head (the ‘knowing’ or intellectual buy-in), the Heart (the ‘being’ or emotional buy-in), and the Hands (the ‘doing’ or visible behaviour change). — Nene Molefi, Author, Lecturer, Diversity Collegium member and internationally Thought-leader in diversity and inclusion, values-driven leadership and transformation and author of A Journey of Diversity & Inclusion in SA
Restructure or Reconfigure?
Continuously changing markets dictate that companies have to reorganise. The advice that leaders receive, however, is just as fluctuating, as they constantly receive differing advice on when and how to reorganise. Some will say that the company requires a new structure, some will say that the current structure should be revisited, some may say that the benefits of reorganisation outweigh the costs, some will be more skeptical, some might say that the work can be accomplished before the conditions change again, while others will claim that it’s too risky. — Dr Mark Bussin, Chairperson, 21st Century, Author of Organisation Design for Uber Times