Top talent need not come with a university degree. Is your organisation adapting?

August 16th, 2016 by Shyam Ranchod

How is a university supposed to teach students to do jobs that don’t exist yet? They can’t, in their present form. As a result, there is a growing disparity between the subjects taught at university and the competencies and skills that employers are looking for.

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Digital disruptions will drag universities into the 21st century

June 6th, 2016 by Shyam Ranchod

There are many signs that the tertiary education model is broken. In SA the student protests are a very clear sign that education has become too expensive, and more likely to burden the students with debt than assure them a ticket to a middle-class life.

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