As we position Enterprises UP as a research and training partner of choice, the organisation featured in the publication, where our products and services are aligned with the future of work. The advertisement
featured in the publication place a special emphasis on the Future-fit
research solution, as well as the Smart Grid Programme
Based on a number of projects completed for a diverse client base over the past few years, Enterprises UP developed an integrated solution that addresses issues of people, technology, organisational design, and navigating change.
The rationale for focusing on these four components is based on technological advancements caused by the rise of 4IR, which have become contributors to a successful organisation. Read more on the solution
Furthermore, the Power group of the Department of Electrical, Electronic and Computer Engineering (EECE) at the University of Pretoria (UP), in collaboration with Enterprises University of Pretoria (Pty) Ltd (Enterprises UP), is working on the Smart Grid Programme with the South African National Energy Development Institute (Sanedi) and the South African Department of Energy (DoE) to pave a way for new approaches to problem solving Africa’s energy crisis.
Smart Grid is one of Sanedi's flagship programmes, aligned with the Department of Energy's strategic objectives and dedicated to conducting applied research projects to test and deploy various smart grid concepts within the South African Electricity Distribution Industry (EDI). Read full article
The world has changed from one of relative stability, order, and predictability to one of radical change, increased complexity, ambiguity, and expanding seamlessness, and leaders must navigate this complex landscape. Because of the disruptive changes caused by technological advancements, which have resulted in a global downturn, a new approach to leadership development is required.
New ideas and concepts are constantly thrown at leaders. The Fourth Industrial Revolution (4IR), Industry 4.0 and 5.0, working remotely and how to manage it, data as our most valuable asset, my business model being outdated, crowd-funding, sustainability, work becoming more meaningful and purposeful, and employee happiness are all buzzwords these days.
To that end, now more than ever, leaders must prioritise the adoption of tools and insights that will help them navigate the changing world of work. Fundamental shifts and efforts to improve skills for the future workplace must be accelerated to ensure the growth of an inclusive economy and build capabilities.
Should you wish for us to provide you with further information on our Future-Fit Solution kindly contact our management team for assistance. Business Unusual
magazine is a quarterly magazine that delivers depth and insight on Africa’s and other global trade environment. Reasons why South African companies expand into Africa and other global markets. The objective is to unpack and highlight imports, exports and Foreign Direct Investment; challenges and opportunities for emerging markets.