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Tim London - Thought Leadership


 

Press/Media

London, Tim (2017, 1 November). How to avoid becoming the next KPMG. Fin24. https://www.fin24.com/Opinion/... 

Interview on Honest Talk Radio (2017, 17 October). The leadership and organisational issues related to South Africa’s most recent government cabinet reshuffle. 

Interview on SABC (TV) (2017, 13 October). Analysis of the government and business responses to state capture and KPMG/McKinsey scandals.

Interview on Honest Talk Radio (2017, 28 September). Unpacking the KPMG scandal as it relates to South Africa’s state capture issues. https://echocast.fabrik.fm/zPV... 

Gossel, Sean & London, Tim (2017, 27 September). What the South African KPMG saga says about shareholder activism. The Conversation. https://theconversation.com/wh... This article was subsequently picked up and run by CNBC, Mail & Guardian, News24, Eyewitness News, MoneyWeb, Tech Central, The Citizen, All Africa, and eNCA.

Interview on ENCA Moneyline (TV) (2017, 21 September). E-learning and face-to-face options for executive education. http://www.enca.com/media/vide... 

Interview on ENCA Moneyline (TV) (2017, 24 August). Corporate governance and board member accountability. http://www.enca.com/media/vide... 

London, Tim (2017, 18 July). Who in South Africa is watching the watchers? Fin24. http://www.fin24.com/Opinion/w...

Interview on Cape Talk Radio (2017, 3 July). The economic and governance related fallout from the South African Airways bailout by the government. 

Interview on Cape Talk Radio (2017, 30 May). Corporate governance and ethics failures across South Africa’s state owned enterprises. http://www.capetalk.co.za/show... 

Interview on Power 98.7 FM (2017, 30 May). The corporate governance failures in Brian Molefe’s return to Eskom. http://broadcastmedia3.novusgr... 

London, Tim (2017, 29 May). Eskom CEO saga highlights massive systems failure in South Africa. The Conversation. https://theconversation.com/es... This article was subsequently picked up and run by the Mail & Guardian, CNBC Africa, eNCA, Eyewitness News, Tech Central, and The Citizen.

Interview on ENCA News (TV) (2017, 24 May). The corporate governance failures in Brian Molefe’s return to Eskom. http://broadcastmedia1.novusgr... 

London, Tim (2017, 20 April). South Africa must look beyond individuals to solve the current crisis. The Conversation. https://theconversation.com/so... This article was subsequently picked up and run by The Sunday Times and the Sunday Tribune (print media) as well as RNews, News24, and Eyewitness News. 

London, Tim (2017, February). How business schools can (and should) champion the Triple Bottom Line. Fast Company.

Interview on Power 98.7 FM (2017, 18 January). How we can improve the South African educational system. https://soundcloud.com/powerfm... 

Interview on Cape Talk Radio (2017, 12 January). Moving South African education forward. https://soundcloud.com/primedi... 

London, Tim (2017, 10 January). South African universities won’t change unless mindsets start to shift. The Conversation. https://theconversation.com/so... This article was subsequently picked up and run by the Mail & Guardian, Eyewitness News, Project Rise, and City Press; it was also highlighted on Metro Tell, South Africa News, and World News.

Quoted in:

Henderson, Roxanne (2017, September) Now Gupta bell tolls for KPMG. Sunday Times (print) and Business Live (online). https://www.businesslive.co.za... 

Crotty, Ann (2017, March) But can SAPO (South African Post Office) deliver? Financial Mail. http://media-cache.brandseye.c... 

Wasserman, Helena (2016, April) Should your salary be a secret? Finweek. http://www.fin24.com/Finweek/F... 

White Papers

London, Tim; Pepper, Matthew; Dishman, Mike. (May, 2007). Conditions of Education in Tennessee. Comprehensive policy analysis of conditions affecting Tennessee public education created at behest of Tennessee State Board of Education.

 

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