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  • Selemela, Selebaleng Elaine. (2014-08-13)
    Abstract Thi s study inves t igates ef fec t s of reconf igurat i on on the employees of Gauteng Provinc ial Depar tment of Roads & Transpor t (GPDRT) , in South Af r i ca. The resear ch took place to es tabl i sh the ...
  • Netshivhambe, Shonisani. (2014-07-28)
    i ABSTRACT The realism of organisational arrangement constitutes an environment which diverging views and interests exist and make provision for a boundless source of different conflicts. The study sorts to diagnose ...
  • Crwys-Williams, Geraint (2012-02-13)
    Many organisations turn to innovation as a potential source of quick additional profits, or in the hope that the sudden surge of creative focus will deliver to the business a powerful new element of competitive advantage ...
  • Sadie, Stephen (2011-10-20)
    The district plays a key role in the education system. It is one of the few places that can drive systemic reform in schools, yet even the legislation is silent on the powers of the district. Not only have districts been ...
  • du Preez, Anché (2011-04-05)
    Literature suggested that little documented and published research had been done on the role of storytelling within management development (Greco 1996, McKenna 1999, Jardi and Pounder 2001). The purpose of this research ...
  • Bembe, Nomfundo Patience (2011-11-22)
    This research investigated the emergence on of financial provisions in the South Africa Schools Act (SASA). This was motivated by the need to understand key issues that helped to shape education policies in postapartheid South ...
  • Parry, Sarah (1981-05-01)
  • Schilder, Peter A. (2011-06-10)
    Outsourcing is widely regarded as a powerful business process that can be employed to streamline an organisation’s operations. This study explores the outsourcing of Facilities Management in the South African Private ...
  • McCosh, John (2011-05-13)
    As a result of increased competition, an increasingly business environment causing fluctuating hotel occupancies, South African hotels have had to rely more on outsourcing activities to remain competitive. The aim of ...
  • Raphesu, Mosibudi Patricia (2011-04-19)
    The state has a developmental mandate to the citizens of the country. This development is achieved through, among others, the allocation and distribution of resources in specific areas of developmental need. This allocation ...
  • MAKONDO, TINYIKO (2011-04-19)
    Parliamentary oversight is fundamental for executive accountability in the utilisation of public resources. Public Accounts Committees within parliament play a crucial role in ensuring effective accountability in this ...
  • Poulos, Nicolette (2011-06-08)
    In recent years small businesses have contributed to countries economies through increased production and turnover. Growth in small businesses can play a key role in adding value for the economy because growth stimulates ...
  • Mrara, Bongani (2013-10-04)
    The owner’s representative role has been identified as a means for project owners to improve the chances of success for their projects. Projects are an important means for mining companies to develop new resources or to ...
  • Steeneveldt, Llewellyn Jude (2011-10-20)
    Despite the rise of second wave organisational structures, organisational hierarchies have proven to be resilient and adaptive to change. Given this restrictive reality, grid-group cultural theory suggests that individualists ...
  • Mendes, Hugo (2011-05-17)
    The business model of education – which treats parents as customers – has been adopted in order to perform a detailed study of parents’ preferences within the context of School Effectiveness Research. In t h i s study, ...
  • Oparah, Vincent Chima (2014-10-10)
    South Africa’s bold steps and commitments to the green growth strategy are borne out of the need to link together development, economic growth and environmental damage. Environmental hardship has led to a decline in ...
  • Machado, Francis (2012-11-14)
    This is a report on the participation of women in parliamentary politics in Malawi as told by themselves and stakeholders that are involved in efforts to bring equal representation to parliamentary politics and decision ...
  • Lambert, Adam (2012-11-20)
    The elements of the service quality mix are an important consideration for airlines in deciding on the level of service provision offered by their airline. This study aimed to determine passenger expectations of service ...
  • Gallagher, Christina (2011-04-12)
    For almost a century, informal traders and the local government in Johannesburg have debated policies regulating the informal sector. Initial policies severely restricted the sector by imposing strict criteria for operating ...
  • Thornton, Philip (2011-04-19)
    Internationally, mobile banking usage is growing, in South Africa the adoption of mobile banking has been slow. The research considers the perceived barriers users face when considering mobile banking, by using the Sarker ...

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