UKZN MBA presentation 8th August 2013 : Information Security & Ethics

Posted on August 11, 2013

On Thursday the 8th August 2013 I was once again privileged to be the guest lecturer for the UKZN MBA programme. Despite Friday being a holiday and the start of the long weekend there was a great turnout. Thanks to all the students for all your questions and contributing to making it an entertaining session.

Below is the link to the slides. Please feel free to contact me if you have an questions or would like to discuss the subject further.

security and ethics UKZN MBA August 2013

UKZN MBA 2013 Presentation : Security & Ethics

Posted on March 02, 2013

On Thursday afternoon I was privileged to speak to the UKZN 2013 MBA class on information security and ethics. Below is a copy of the presentation. Lots of detail in here which we didn’t get to cover in the two hours together, and lots to remind you of the things we shared. I hope you all enjoyed the time as much as I did.

Feel free to mail me or post any questions here.

Justin

Download PDF presentation : security and ethics 2013 UKZN MBA Feb 2013

 

Security and Ethics presentation UKZN MBA Class 2012

Posted on August 19, 2012

Friday night (17 August 2012) I had the privilege presenting to the University of KwaZulu Natal 2012 MBA Class on information security. Given it was a Friday night the attendance was relatively small but it was good to see that the majority of the class stayed for the 2 hours we had together. Some interesting and insightful questions was raised and discussed. It is good to see people “get it”.

The presentation is attached for those who are interested. Get it here: security and ethics 2012 UKZN MBA Aug 2012 (updated)

Update 2012/09/12 : Apologies, the previous PDF was corrupted somehow. It has been re-uploaded and checked.  

Security and Ethics presentation at UKZN MBA Class 2011

Posted on August 24, 2011

I presented to the 2011 MBA class last week on Information Security and Ethics. A copy of the presentation is uploaded for those who are interested.

Drop me a mail or tweet if you have questions on anything or need more info.

Download here : security and ethics 2011 UKZN mba Aug 2011.pdf

MBA 3rd year student research : Employee Attitudes towards Employment Equity survey : Please assist

Posted on July 14, 2011

Please assist an MBA student complete their research by filling in the questionnaire below. Thanks.

Dear all,

I am a 3rd year MBA student at UKZN  Graduate School of Business. I would like to invite you to participate in my survey entitled “Employee Attitudes towards Employment Equity” by clicking on the link below: http://questionpro.com/t/AGjDrZKycO

Your participation in this regard will be greatly appreciated.

Thank you, Zithulele Buthelezi

ZA WWW 2010 – 12th Annual conference on World Wide Web Applications

Posted on August 30, 2010

Date : 21 – 23 September 2010
Venue : Graduate School of Business, University of KwaZulu-Natal, Durban, South Afria

The ZA-WWW2010 conference in Durban is multi-disciplinary event.  Researchers (academics and collueagues from industry) will represent the wide spectrum of human knowledge: with Web applications as the common denominator.

This year’s ZA-WWW conference will feature

  • Prominent keynote speakers
  • Multiple programme tracks covering e-Learning, Web development and e-Commerce
  • Peer-reviewed papers as well as invited presentations
  • Poster presentations
  • Proceedings published in electronic format in the Conference’s website

Some of the speakers and topics include :

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Security and ethics presentation to UKZN MBA class – copy of presentation

Posted on July 30, 2010

On Tuesday evening (27th July 2010) I did a presentation to the University of KwaZulu Natal MBA class. The presentation was rather enjoyable (from my perspective) and with all the questions and interactions with the class we spoke for around and hour and a half or so.We did go a bit over time for the normal end time for the lecture, so thanks to the class for their patience and thanks again for you attention and questions.

Attached is a copy of the presentation for anybody who is interested.

UKZN Graduate School of Business Seminar : Spiritual Intelligence at Work

Posted on July 27, 2010

Spiritual Intelligence at Work : improving integrity, vitality and productivity

The University of KwaZulu Natal’s Graduate School of Business is pleased to advise that Dr Richard Steele will present at a forthcoming Business Seminar addressing the topic: Spiritual Intelligence at Work – improving integrity, vitality and productivity.

The word “spiritual” derives from the Latin word spiritus, which means “that which gives life or vitality to a system”. Spiritual intelligence is the ability to find meaning and purpose in life, and a way of connecting with the underlying patterns of the universe and all within it. The use of the word spiritual in relation to intelligence has no necessary connection with institutional religion.

This seminar will examine questions such as:

  • How is spiritual intelligence (SQ) different from intellectual intelligence (IQ) and emotional intelligence (EQ)?
  • How can we increase our integrity and vitality by connecting with, exploring, and improving our spiritual intelligence?
  • How can spiritual intelligence contribute to organisational wellbeing and productivity?

Spiritual intelligence at work provides an organisational environment based on respect for life and openness to change. Alignment of core values with business practice leads to a more emotionally healthy working environment which increases staff loyalty, motivation, creativity and productivity and adds depth to the triple bottom line principles of environmental, social and financial sustainability.

Dr Richard Steele is a homeopath in private practice and a part-time lecturer in the Department of Homeopathy at the Durban University of Technology. He graduated from UCT in 1979 with majors in English and Psychology and a teacher’s diploma. Up until 1993, when he registered at DUT for his Master’s degree in homeopathy, he was a fieldworker for the International Fellowship of Reconciliation, based in Durban. In that capacity he conducted many workshops and training events related to peace, justice, human rights and non-violent direct action.

Date: 19 August 2010
Time: 16h30 (1 hour)
Cost: R100.00 pp
Venue: GSB, UKZN Westville Campus

To Book Contact:
Ms Debbie Main: 031 260 1627, maind1@ukzn.ac.za

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