Wright Publishers will now place books to read online to be available to you via electronic media. The printed books may also be ordered through the website. There are two new books due for publishing this year.

The blog will publish articles mainly on business management and leadership. You will also find included some book reviews, articles on cities and articles on current affairs.

Neil Wright will also provide a consultancy service on business management through the website. You are welcome to read more about Neil Wright and apply for advice on management here.


Numbers in Time in World History

2016 23rd June, the day the British Public voted by a simple majority of 52% in a turnout of 72% to leave the European Union. EU.

The cost to the economy of the electricity crisis

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07 Sep 2015

Dawie Roodt, Chief Economist of Efficient Group, estimates the economy to be 13% less for 2014 than if the electricity crisis had been avoided.  Business Day comments that the above amounted to a loss of R350 billion worth of business activity, jobs, wages, etc. if the crisis had been avoided. 

World Competitiveness Report compiled by the Institute for Management Development:  

The Institute forms its assessments for the top 45 to 68 nations – the premier league of business countries in the world. 

·         SA was generally ranked about 35 out of 50 countries.

·         In 2008 SA fell to 53 out of 55 nations.

·         In 2014 SA ranked 52 out of 60.(we are still in the premier league…just) 

Global competitiveness of the World Economic Forum (WEF) is another measure written about in my book.

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