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South African Thought leadership - Archive

Municipal Clean Audit Efficiency - Series Leadership Ownership
The latest Auditor-General (AGSA) report emphasises that only 5% of municipalities received clean audit reports for the 2010/2011 financial year. Key reasons for municipalities failing to receive clean audit reports were poor governance and oversight.

 

Advancing women in government
When it comes to women's advancement, few achievements can compare with the rising role of women in government. The move to achieving full gender equality may be slow and uneven, but women are increasingly being elected and appointed to positions of power. This governmental evaluation has the potential to pave the way for women to make further gains in the public and private sectors, helping to bring their voice and talent to the issues that shape national economies and societies

 

Collective Leadership: Smarter As One
At a time of financial, social and environmental turbulence, nations, organisations, leaders and CEOs continue to face their greatest challenge – how to get their people to successfully work together to achieve organisational goals. Boards and Executives alike grapple with one of the single biggest risks in their organisation’s getting all of their people aligned and fully engaged in the execution of their carefully crafted plans.


Effective Public Private Partnerships (PPP) for infrastructure development

Deloitte brings you a local South African point of view on the establishment of effective PPPs in order to achieve infrastructure development


Transport Survey: The road ahead
Deloitte has released the results of its survey of public perception of transport during the 2010 FIFA World Cup South Africa™.

The overall positive perception of the public transport industry provides valuable feedback and insight from public transport users which will help the Department of Transport to improve its service and to deliver better on its mandate.

Click here to read more on the transport survey findings and click here  to view the full Transport Survey report.

 

The impact of tolling
Organisations need to assess how their business will be impacted by e-tolling and craft strategies to minimise the negative effects on profitability and employee productivity.

Download the Deloitte tolling placemat.
For more information on the implications of tolling click here

 


Global Thought Leadership - Archive

The series of papers titled The Gender Dividend, examines successful models for investing in women. The first installment, making the business case for investing in women, lays out the rationale behind why governments and organizations must look to women as key to their economic growth.

Red ink rising
This Deloitte Research report explores the path to fiscal sustainability by looking at the challenges posed by the current economic landscape and provides a framework to address these issues and navigate a successful journey.

Deloitte Analytics – Insight on tap Improving public services through data analytics
Deloitte analytics has produced insight into key data analytics opportunities facing public sector organisations as they seek to extract costs and improve services. Insight on tap: Improving public services through data analytics outlines how public bodies can use analytical tools to draw valuable insight from their data.

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