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A lot can be learnt about an organisation where leaders grow other leaders and are willing to make the time to engage, encourage, and invest in those who want to make a positive impact and contribution. This is the view of Shamenthree Naidoo, Learning Experience Leader, Zutari, whose team has successfully pioneered the Adaptive Leader Programme (ALP) at the leading consulting engineering and infrastructure advisory firm.
Artificial Intelligence (AI) stands to be a good enabler with the adoption of unmanned equipment and machinery in mining. The industry is already au fait with extracting smart data from sensors, which is the application of technology in terms of machine interconnections and boosting operational safety and efficiency.
In collaboration with EDF Renewables, Arcus Consulting Services South Africa (Pty) Ltd and the Endangered Wildlife Trust (EWT), Zutari successfully relocated Verreaux Eagle nests during the Avondale Solar PV project in the Northern Cape.
Zutari has appointed Webb Meko as Chief Clients Officer with effect from September 2022. Meko spent five years at Black & Veatch as Business Development Director: Africa and worked for Babcock Engineering and Eskom.
As part of Future Cities South Africa, Zutari is creating a new normal – a collaborative approach to spatial planning which builds trust and unlocks innovation. Benchmarked in Soweto, this approach has transformative potential for other township economies and marginalised settlements.
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