The Black Management Forum (BMF) on Wednesday launched the Transformation Barometer.
This is set to be a groundbreaking research study done by the BMF and Deloitte on transformation in the following key sectors of the economy:
The Money Show’s Bruce Whitfield interviewed Themba Dlamini, Managing Director of the Black Management Forum.
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We chose those four sectors because of their high impact on our economy.— Themba Dlamini
None of the four sectors are transformed.— Themba Dlamini
There is merely a ticking of the boxes instead of an internalisation of the need to transform.— Themba Dlamini
Black executives climb the ladder then haul it back up so nobody else can follow them.— Themba Dlamini
Deloitte has transformed. Why can other companies not learn from them?— Themba Dlamini
We must improve our education system. We can’t just lower standards to enable people to qualify for university.— Themba Dlamini
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