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Biznews.com presents you with a daily 90 second dose of all the news you need to know. Delivered by Alec Hogg every weekday.

Biznews: News in 90 Seconds Alec Hogg

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Biznews.com presents you with a daily 90 second dose of all the news you need to know. Delivered by Alec Hogg every weekday.

    Fixing the world: Creative disruption is ushering in new leaders, new model

    Fixing the world: Creative disruption is ushering in new leaders, new model

    It's common cause that many of the world's systems are antiquated with their shortcoming badly exposed in this Information Age. But during a period of supposed enlightenment, why has so much of humanity regressing? And why have great nations elected populist leaders who quite obviously put their own interests ahead of those who gave them their power? Dr Claudius van Wyk picks up the challenge of addressing this and reaches conclusions that will come as a pleasant surprise for many. Mankind, he reckons, is going through a period of creative destruction. It is tough to live with it, but what will emerge is a new kind of leadership that is fit for purpose for the new era. - Alec Hogg

    • 18 min
    Dan van Zyl: What SA rugby can learn from the over-achieving Irish

    Dan van Zyl: What SA rugby can learn from the over-achieving Irish

    Former Springbok scrumhalf Dan van Zyl is an much admired rugby coach in Ireland, a country whose team massively outperforms on the global stage. He says Ireland's ability to teams with vastly superior resources is no fluke, and in this fascinating interview with former teammate (and opponent) Bob Skinstad, shares insights into a national structure that consistently delivers the goods. Huge lessons for those running the show in the former Springbok captain Skinstad's home country.

    • 8 min
    Stephen van Coller: Banks won’t be disrupted to death - provided embrace change

    Stephen van Coller: Banks won’t be disrupted to death - provided embrace change

    Until his retirement, former FNB chief executive Michael Jordaan was the king of SA banking innovation. That crown has moved across to Barclays Capital CEO Stephen van Coller, who showed his passion for change last year by bringing faculty of Silicon Valley’s Singularity University to Johannesburg. The impact of co-founders Peter Diamandes, Salim Ismail and their team was enormous. Indeed, they introduced South Africans to the concept of the Fourth Industrial Revolution seven months before the World Economic Forum themed and popularised it. Biznews.com’s Alec Hogg, one of the Singularity University converts, caught up with Van Coller in Davos to get his thoughts on the WEF’s 46th annual meeting.

    • 6 min
    Martin Wolf warns SA; Putin outrages at Turkey

    Martin Wolf warns SA; Putin outrages at Turkey

    Martin Wolf warns SA; Putin outrages at Turkey by Biznews.com

    • 1 min
    Dow Theory, AGMs and Nando's in the headlines

    Dow Theory, AGMs and Nando's in the headlines

    Dow Theory, AGMs and Nando's in the headlines by Biznews.com

    • 1 min
    South America dumps socialism, ANC continues regardless

    South America dumps socialism, ANC continues regardless

    South America dumps socialism, ANC continues regardless by Biznews.com

    • 2 min

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