Closing the project management gap

– by Noluthando Makhaza Any project exists in order to achieve objectives that are measurable and contain key performance indicators that can be used to assess a project’s success. These indicators will often encompass areas such as budget, quality, and time to completion. Facilitating on our recent Competent Project Management (CPM) class, Mr Mondli Mbambo stated […]

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Delegates benefit from financial knowledge gained during FNFM

– by Noluthando Makhaza To be a sustainable organisation, it is not enough to only monitor and evaluate projects, strategic processes, personnel and knowledge, but also essential to monitor operational and organisational budgets. Having a continuous stream of income and successfully managing cash flow is an essential element for the stability of any organisation. In doing […]

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Networking Sessions at LeaderEx: Lifelong Learning explored

– by Noluthando Makhaza In a world where information is easily accessible and opportunities are not only presented but created by individuals and institutions, proactivity is fundamental. In order to proactively showcase our programme offerings, we were recently part of Africa’s largest gathering of business leaders, professionals and entrepreneurs – LeaderEx. LeaderEx is an annual event […]

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Leadership perspectives: technical, functional and diversity themes in higher education

– by Noluthando Makhaza Education is said to be the most powerful weapon through which we can change and transform the world. This quote by Tata Nelson Mandela has been widely used over the years  and still holds great value and relevance in our society, as we face issues on a daily basis that require rapid […]

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