In Makers: The New Industrial Revolution, Chris Anderson, a former editor in chief of Wired magazine writes how a new breed of global inventors is rising in the digital age. Makers, argues that a wealth of opportunity exists for entrepreneurs in an economy that is seemingly dominated by large players. These opportunities are changing the face of manufacturing and are supporting the rise of what he calls ‘Makers’.
This bestselling and comprehensive property book by Jason Lee includes essential information such as the provisions of the new Companies Act and the new Consumer Protection Act; the latest tax requirements relating to the property market; how to invest in commercial property; and how to buy property on auction.
The authors smartly combine their skills and wealth of experience to take the reader on a unique and thought-provoking journey through Africa’s social, political and economic activities, past, present and future. Africa’s Third Liberation provides a framework for those who are hungry to set the agenda for Africa’s way forward; highlighting where Africa’s muscle lies.
From Locker Room to Boardroom investigates the transition from rugby jerseys to suit jackets of 30 prominent players in South Africa. The book asks the imperative question: How do rugby players earn a living in the commercial world after hanging up their boots, and how do so many of them become so successful in business?
The world of work has never been as difficult or complicated as it is right now, but there have never been as many opportunities. You can spend every day of your life doing something that you love and which contributes to the world, maintain authors Graeme Codrington and Kerry Dawkins, as long as you treat your career as a journey to be navigated.