Businesses today are facing a leadership crisis.
Traditional business models are being disrupted and the future is uncertain.
In the turbulent outlook of the economic landscape, any organisation that is keen to gain a competitive edge in its sector must continue to tweak its strategy to adapt to the realities of the evolving marketplace.
On the 4th of February 2020, President Muhammadu Buhari officially presented to the public the Nigerian visa application policy (NVP) for the year 2020. The NVP 2020 provides a channel to attract Foreign Direct Investments (FDI), boost the tourism sector, enhance business opportunities and achieve African integration.
In the past, assessment centre methodology was barely acknowledged as a tool for use in the recruitment process. Hiring managers were content with merely conducting candidate interviews before making hiring decisions.
Africa is one of the world’s fastest-growing consumer markets. With the rise in technological innovations, population growth, internet access, mobile phones usage; Africa’s emerging economies present new and exciting opportunities to multinational companies considering expansion into a foreign market.
The digital landscape is rapidly changing, giving rise to increased demand for highly skilled tech talent.
Organisations that intend to succeed and gain a competitive advantage in the ever-evolving marketplace must have the right tech talents to help them with their innovative growth plan.
On April 4, 2009, a young teacher and 17 of his friends sat in his apartment in Hangzhou, China. They were about to set up a company that would revolutionise the e-commerce industry. The business growth that would follow was grander than their biggest expectation.
Do you agree that the effectiveness of your executive team unavoidably affects the culture of your organisation?
Or that the negative or positive influence of the executive team on mid-level managers, flows right down to the lowest team of staff?
Organisations that want to stay ahead of the competition must encourage continuous learning. The need for continuous learning comes on the heels of new advancements in technology and innovation, which have significantly altered the skills required for organisational growth.
Business today is increasingly global. And high-performing organisations leverage workplace diversity and inclusion as a competitive advantage in the marketplace.