To remain relevant organisations of the future have to adapt, change and build new business platforms of engagement that are continuously evolving at a fast pace. The importance of this change is lacking in the board rooms of South African companies and many companies lack the culture and tools they need to:
Digital technology, new ways of engaging and doing business
Is HR redundant
Minimum wage and gender pay
Pearl Maphoshe, Group Executive Human Resources, Pick n Pay
Matji, Senior Vice President,
Human Resource, Sasol Limited
Masoga, Executive People and
Brand, Old Mutual Insure
Colin J. Browne, Head of the Happy Sandpit Think Tank, and author of How to build a Happy Sandpit
Kamini Maharaj, Head of People, Hollard Insurance
Partner and Managing Executive, LRMG Digital Agency
Head of Change Management, Liberty Group South Africa
Chief Human Resources Officer, Vodacom Group
Graeme Codrington, Expert on the future of work, speaker, board advisor, futurist
Alison Chothia, HR Manager, Sun International
Prof Albert Wocke, Associate Professor, Gordon Institute of Business Science
Roze Phillips, Managing Director, Accenture
Njabulo Mashingo, Human Recourses Director, Heineken
Professor Nicola Kleyn, Dean, Gordon Institute of Business Science
Brinton Spies, Executive Director: Human Resources, The South African Medical Research Council
Cathy Albertyn, Executive Director of Human Resources, Coca-Cola Beverages Africa
Bryden Morton, Executive Director, Reward Specialist (SARA), 21st Century
Grace Harding, CEO, Ocean Basket
Ilka Dunne, Head Leadership, Culture and Young Talent, Rand Merchant Bank
Marius Meyer, SA Board for People Practices
Guy Lundy, Senior Client Partner, Korn Ferry
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