Mobile continues to play a defining role within the banking sector: There’s no denying that we are operating in a 24-hour society. And it is in this always-on
Time is a valuable currency in the distraction economy: In a world where distractions are in heavy supply and where marketing is in low demand, companies
Wi-Fi is an Answer for Africa: Across Africa demands are changing, access models are changing and consumers are blurring the lines between corporate
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Employee development essential in a new workplace

Employee development essential in a new workplace

Employees who feel their employers aren't investing in their continuous professional development are far more likely to think about leaving to pursue better opportunities than those who are given this opportunity. So, why are some companies dragging their feet and refusing to invest enough in their employee development programmes?  …
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Getting the Most Out of the Skills Development and Skills Levies Act
The purpose of the Skills Development Act of 1998 is to provide an institutional framework to devise and implement national, sector and workplace strategies to develop and improve the skills of the South African workforce, together with the relevant Sector Education and Training Authorities (SETA). Meanwhile, the Skills Development Levies…
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E-learning: Creative content is king
Over the past 13 years, the global e-learning market has grown immensely, and recent studies have projected that by 2019, half of all classes taught, will be delivered online. According to a recent Gartner research report, corporate training is a $200 billion industry, while electronic learning represents just over a…
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Mobile leads e-learning revolution in Africa
Mobile is flourishing in Africa and local e-learning developers are increasingly focusing on apps as the most effective way to deliver learning content. According to UNICEF, next to Nigeria and Egypt, South Africa houses the third-largest number of mobile subscribers on the continent, with around 20% of the population owning…
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Shared knowledge is the future

Shared knowledge is the future

Shared, open knowledge is increasingly being made available worldwide through e-learning. This is something that could make a great impact on the accessibility of tertiary education in South Africa if implemented by our schools and universities. The increased use of techniques like “lecture capture” and the possibility of degrees that…
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E-learning trends: What to expect in 2013

E-learning trends: What to expect in 2013

By 2015 e-learning will have a global value of $107 billion according to market researcher Global Industry Analysts. It’s predicted that in 2013 digital learning is going to be increasingly mobile, opening it up to a wider local audience. In South Africa, 2.4 million people only access the internet via…
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