Browsing Faculty of Commerce, Law and Management by Title

DSpace/Manakin Repository

Browsing Faculty of Commerce, Law and Management by Title

Sort by: Order: Results:

  • KINYANJUI, ANDREW K. (2011-05-10)
    Globalization and the development of global city regions that are home to millions of inhabitants have put unprecedented pressure on cities and their local governments. A lot more is expected of cities and their ...
  • Layduhur, Mario (2011-10-07)
    The objective of this research was to assess the Knowledge Management (KM) maturity of service-based Mauritian organisations. The idea was to do a performance gap analysis in each of the five main KM practices of leadership, ...
  • CHABALALA, FUMANI SOLANI STANLEY (2012-09-10)
    The foundation around which the operations and processes of government and public sector institutions is centred is knowledge and information. However, this asset is not afforded the same recognition or status as physical ...
  • Van der Linde., Roelof Johannes (2014-08-13)
    Abstract Organisations are operating in an increasingly competitive environment that is marked by rapid technological development and shortened product life cycles. In this environment, effective knowledge management ...
  • Sayers, Brendan Robert (2014-01-21)
    Knowledge Workers are those employees who use their brains to create intangible value based assets. These assets are contained in the minds of the employees who create them and are lost when employees leave. Thus the ability ...
  • Powell, Benjamin John (2011-10-20)
    Companies implement performance related pay systems with the belief that it will improve employee performance. The companies rarely test the effectiveness of PRP after it has been implemented. This study will test knowledge ...
  • Khosa, Eva Dorothy (2011-05-10)
    Disputes between workers and their employers continue to take place in the country and elsewhere in the world. These disputes cause disruption in workplaces. The disputes are evident in the different sectors - in small ...
  • Chambati, Walter Spear Simbarashe (2011-03-23)
    This study examines the transformation of the agrarian employment in the former largescale commercial farming sector (LSCF) after the implementation of the Fast Track Land Reform Programme (FTLRP) by the government of ...
  • Bvuma, Mfundhisi Reverend (2011-11-10)
    The land reform policies of South Africa sought to redress the imbalances of the past in terms of land access which were spawned by apartheid policies. Empowerment of women was regarded as an intrinsic part of this redress, ...
  • MADUNGANDABA, BILLY EDWIN (2014-01-21)
    The study explores the land restitution and strategic leadership in Mpumalanga Province (MP). South Africa’s land reform programme was designed to address the past imbalances in land ownership. Progress thus far has ...
  • Jefferies, Suzanne Fiona Louise (2011-06-22)
    Language, Education and Inclusion: Who’s In and Who’s Out? The South African Language in Education Policy was formulated in response to the inequalities of the Apartheid regime. However, this policy, in respect to mother ...
  • Seda, Fulgêncio Lucas Muti (2011-06-22)
    This study was conducted in Maputo, the capital of Mozambique. The context of this study is the imbalance facing the transport industry in Maputo. This disparity relates to the forces of supply and demand between the ...
  • Makibela, Matshweni Bennette (2014-02-19)
    During the period of 2010 to 2012, the statistics collected by the Gauteng Department of Education revealed that there was a growing number of reported queries to the education authorities in as far as learner discipline ...
  • Masondo, Bheki Eric (2012-11-14)
    Effective leadership competencies in major organizations are a growing concern when business and public enterprises are confronted with ever increasing pressures of economic, social and political transformation. In particular, ...
  • Masufi, Dilahloane Monica; MASUFI, DILAHLOANE MONICCA (2012-10-04)
    People around the world have basic needs that have to be met; one of those needs is the need for protection. People need to feel safe and secure in their environments and in their homes. In South Africa the South African ...
  • CHAVALALA, DESMOND (2011-04-18)
    Leadership is the cornerstone of success of any organisation. Successful organisations have strong and quality leadership, whereas unsuccessful organisations display poor leadership. Top organisations have shown that ...
  • John, Natasha Jayshree (2013-10-04)
    The increasing trend of globalisation has implications for companies wanting to do international business as well as for their global talent management approach. As greater interest concentrates on doing business in ...
  • Mabote, Metse Abel (2011-04-19)
    This study examined the leadership and ethics challenges facing educators which stem from inappropriate behaviours or relationships in a rural school in the Capricorn District in the Limpopo province. Inappropriate ...
  • Fatyi, Mzimkulu Stanley (2011-05-31)
    The changing demands of customers require organisations to be customeroriented. This change urges organisations to move from their present status quo to a new, desired, configuration to better match the current ...
  • Agutu, Otieno Cecil (2011-03-23)
    Kenya and Africa continues to grapple with many development challenges. Civil society, the government and the private sector all play a critical role in tackling development challenges in Kenya. For civil society to play ...

Search WIReDSpace


Advanced Search

Browse

My Account