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  • Speechly, Wayne (2012-01-20)
    Intrapreneurship or corporate entrepreneurship is the function within an established organisation that attempts to generate and execute on new business ideas. There are many varying definitions around intrapreneurship. ...
  • Nirghen, Randir Rajkumar (2012-10-08)
    The South African education system suffers from the legacy of decades of social and economic discrimination against black South Africans. This situation continues despite there being numerous projects to improve the ...
  • Raghubar, Romaina (2011-04-19)
    The purpose of this research was to identify critical success factors for publicprivate partnerships (PPPs) in South Africa. A number of studies have been completed in several developed countries on critical success ...
  • Saunderson, Murray (2011-06-10)
    South African corporations, post the first democratic elections in 1994, had excess capital which had been accumulated during the Apartheid years. In a global context, these companies were relatively weak, but in Africa ...
  • Sparrius, Stephan (2011-06-15)
    The South African Futures Exchange (SAFEX) implemented anonymous trading on all their futures contracts on 26 May 2009. The impact of market design on market liquidity is still not well understood. Some markets, e.g. Hong ...
  • Stevens, Alec John (2011-10-20)
    The Internet and the establishment of virtual private communication networks has experienced explosive growth over the past few years, and is rapidly becoming a source of competitive advantage to companies which conduct ...
  • van Niekerk Kuys, Anfried (2011-06-23)
    Instant messaging (IM) is a software application that allows instant text communication between two or more people through a network such as the Internet. IM is a faster and simpler way to communicate than e-mail, as it ...
  • Esmael, Mohammed Riaz (2014-10-16)
    Critical success factors are the areas in which organisations have to do well if they are to remain competitive and profitable. These factors should link directly into the organisation's strategy.They can provide the basis ...
  • Nyambe, Ophelia (2012-10-04)
    This research was conducted to identify critical success factors (CSFs) in mergers and acquisitions (M&As) in South Africa. It is estimated that between 60 and 80 percent of M&As fail to create value for shareholders ...
  • Owusu, Kwadwo Nini (2011-06-07)
    The rapidly changing competitive banking industry throughout the world has forced banks to place increasing emphasis on establishing and maintaining relationships with their major customers. This research provides insight ...
  • Hosany, Feroz (2011-04-15)
    This research report evaluates the critical success factors in the relationship of multi-national franchises as identified by authors in franchise systems. Specifically, this research seeks to validate the critical success ...
  • Rodseth, Christian Hendrik (2014-01-08)
    The pharmaceutical industry is a multimillion rand industry that makes use of relationship marketing as its main market engagement strategy, with sales representatives being the conduit for strategy implementation. As a ...
  • Rahim, Muazzam (2012-10-08)
    The primary aim of this research is to evaluate the impact of crude oil price volatility on the JSE Securities Exchange (JSE) in South Africa. The report employs an augmented market model developed by Faff and Brailsford ...
  • Jooma, Sameer (2014-07-31)
    ABSTRACT Much research in various contexts has been conducted since the mid-1970’s under the theme of technology adoption. There has been a rise in the number of research studies pursued on the subject of self-service ...
  • Govender, Krisen (2011-04-13)
    The South African banking landscape has been characterized by changes since the late 1990’s. Within this environment this priority banking arena has also become highly competitive and this is driven by a limited n umber ...
  • Penfold, Walter Thomas (2011-06-07)
    The high costs of attracting new customers has made customer loyalty the focus of many leading companies. Small businesses that operate in the business-to-business market often rely on relatively fewer customers than ...
  • APPAYA, KAVIRAJ (2011-05-06)
    The purpose of this research was to identify the motivators of multiple banking for the retail banking sector in Mauritius. The research included both qualitative and quantitative studies. The main finding of the research ...
  • Govender, Jerome Neil (2011-04-13)
    The purpose of this research was to determine to what extent construction customers’ views of the value disciplines (Treacy & Wiersema, 1993, 1995a, 1995b) could be used by construction companies to develop a broader ...
  • Mudau, Abel (2011-05-30)
    Regulatory, structural and technological factors have significantly changed the credit card environment throughout the world during the past two decades. Increased competition in the credit cards market and the arrival of ...
  • Flynn, Teresa (2012-01-23)
    This study will propose ways in which companies can focus retention strategies in the local prepaid mobile telecommunications sector. Currently there is little academic literature on this topic, even though in-house marketing ...

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