Unlock the Lockdown by Becoming More Agile, Aligned and Engaged in Enhancing Your Business Performance
Unlock the Lockdown by Becoming More Agile, Aligned and Engaged in Enhancing Your Business Performance26 August 2021Register Now: https://bit.ly/3ClN7I8Join us on the 26th August to explore how to overcome the challenges business has faced by unlocking your ability to become more agile, aligned, engaged leaders and enhancing business performance.The dialogue will explore topics and frames that will catalyse you and your business to emerge from this pandemic re-ignited and re-imagined. If you want to become more agile, aligned and engaged, then this free webinar is just for you!
Key Topics :
• Impact of the 5th Industrial Revolution in business
• Management of Technology and Management of Innovation Date: 26 August 2021
Time: 14:00 SASTWho Should Attend:
Join over 100 guests across start-up, emerging, small, medium and large enterprise on the African continent.3 Reasons to Attend:
• Focus will be on key national issues in the technology and innovation arenas and how technology and innovation has evolved for businesses.
• The business leadership framework impact in business success.
• Business access and opportunities for start-up, emerging and small enterprise on the continent through innovation management system.
Register Now: https://bit.ly/3ClN7I8
Ogutu Okudo – Oil and Energy Specialist, A member of the 2020 Forbes Africa, 30 Under 30 Class.
Ogutu holds near a decade of experience in the oil and energy industries. Serving on numerous international boards and advisories, Ogutu is an energy expert with a career overseeing projects in Sub-Saharan Africa in multiple business domains.
Nureshka Viranna – Forbes Africa 30 Under 30 Technology, Director and Co-Founder of ShopLi
Nureshka Viranna is a female Technology Entrepreneur based in South Africa. She is the director and co-founder of Shopli, a specialist eCommerce company that helps people sell their products and services online. She is recognized as an innovator in the industry and has helped many businesses start online stores, marketplaces, eLearning platforms, online malls and drop shipping stores.
Professor Ben Anderson (Keynote Speaker) – CEO, Davinci Institute
Ben enrolled for his undergraduate studies at the beginning of 1979, at the University of the Free State. After completing his Bachelors degrees in Philosophy, Psychology and Theology he continued with post graduate studies in both Theology and Psychology, concluding a Masters degree in Psychology during 1989. During this period he worked part time to sustain his academic development journey. He formally started his career as a registered Psychologist during 1990 and became involved in student and academic development matters at the University of the Free State.During the mid-ninety’s he became involved in community related activities in the Free State region, involving the development of working adults in a post-apartheid system. These engagements with both public and private sector organisations as well as labour unions resulted in him registering for a PhD focusing on the learning development needs of working adults in South Africa. One of the outcomes of his PhD was the development of a Bachelors degree in Managerial Leadership for working adult learners. As a result of this development, the University of the Free State agreed to establish a Business School which would offer, amongst other, a Bachelors degree in Managerial Leadership (BML) and a Masters degree in Business Administration (MBA). Ben joined the Business School as one of the founding members in 1999. He was appointed as an Associate Professor at the University of the Free State at beginning of 2000 and awarded his PhD soon thereafter.He joined the FirstRand Group during 2000 as the Chief Learning Officer for FNB, tasked to establish a for profit learning entity within the FirstRand group of companies, based on the work done at the University of the Free State. For the next 5 years he had extensive exposure to business related activities as experienced within a corporative context. Amongst other milestones, FNB Learning was registered as an accredited education and training provider.During 2005 Ben joined forces with Prof Roy Marcus to establish the Da Vinci Institute, a registered private higher education provider. He was accountable for the design, development and registration of a Certificate in the Management of Technology and Innovation, a Diploma in the Management of Technology and Innovation, a Bachelors of Commerce (Business Management), a Masters in the Management of Technology and Innovation and a PhD in the Management of Technology and Innovation. Ben has delivered several conference papers on managerial leadership development, at both international and national conferences. He has been involved as Chief Executive officer for the Da Vinci Institute since its formal registration and accreditation in 2005.