Afro Ant is a project management support, resourcing and consulting company with an approach of excellence in our relationships, delivery and brand. We have built a reputation for personal service, delivered with authenticity, integrity and professionalism. Our biggest investment is in people which continues to underpin our growth.
Programme Management is the application of knowledge, skills, tools and techniques to meet the requirements of a group of related projects, managed in a coordinated manner to obtain benefits not available from managing them individually.
Project Management is the application of skills, tools, and techniques to manage project activities to meet or exceed stakeholder needs and expectations from a project.
Business Analysis can be defined as the practice of enabling change in the context of an enterprise by defining needs and recommending solutions that deliver value to stakeholders.
Change Management is a cyclic and structured approach for transitioning individuals and organisations from a current to a future state to achieve lasting business benefits.
Project/Programme/Portfolio Administration can be defined as the practice of assisting the effective management and decision making within programmes and projects through the gathering and management of data.
We are a proud member of the Federation of African Professional Staffing Organisations (APSO). Our membership is representative of our commitment to excellence and to uplift the professional staffing industry in South Africa.
Our Clients are a diverse range of companies which include Media, Financial Services, Retailers, ICT, Oil and Gas. We have built a reputation for understanding the requirements and needs of our Clients, which enables us to make the best fit of person to role one of our differentiators.
In the dynamic and ever-evolving world of human resources and professional staffing, staying at the forefront of industry standards, trends, and best practices is crucial. One way to achieve this is through membership in a professional body that offers resources, networking opportunities, and a wealth of knowledge.
With the PMI forecasting 20 million Project Managers by 2027, surely, if the discipline was all about paperwork, the profession would be banned to end widespread deforestation. We’ve rounded up the top 5 most believed myths to shed some light into what Project Management really entails.
Change is inevitable and it happens in organisations all the time. Yet, prioritising the facilitation and management of change rarely happens (if even at all) resulting in negative employee perception toward the change, low morale, and engagement, and more often than not, a failed implementation.