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Faculty of Management (Conference Proceedings)

Faculty of Management (Conference Proceedings)

 

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  • Nkomo, M.W; Thwala, W.D. (Applied Research Conference in Africa, )
    Mentoring is important for all graduates entering the workplace, but especially for those who are struggling to come to grips with the expectations of the workplace and its language, literacy and numeracy demands. The ...
  • Joseph, Meera (IEEE, 2011)
    The purpose of the study is to investigate the potential of Information and Communication Technologies (ICTs) to empower rural women. A variety of ICTs are used by the rural women to develop their ICT skills. Participation ...
  • Van der Westhuizen, Pieter P.H.; Kesa, Hema H. (18th World Conference on Cooperative and Work-Integrated Education: "WIL-power - Fueling the Future Workforce" (WACE), )
    The Library and Information Studies (LIS) Program at the Durban University of Technology (DUT) places students into work placements during their second and third year of study. During their second year, students are ...
  • Makina, Rumbidzai; Bosch, Anita (Proceedings of Annual Paris Business and Social Science Research Conference, )
    Appearance and dress style are important and significant factors in a person’s career progression. This study gives insight into the importance and impact that the daily choices of apparel have had on female Managing ...
  • Ogbo, Ann I.; Orga, Christopher Chukwudi; Ukpere, Wilfred I. (International Conference on Modeling and Simulation in Engineering, Economics, and Management (MS'13CS), )
    The paper is focused on the strategies to motivating technical staff in Nigeria. Nigeria is an emerging economy with various challenges imposed by globalisation and climatic change agents. Strategies adopted and their ...
  • Janse van Rensburg, Lodewikus; Hewitt, Magda (30th Pan Pacific Conference : Forging the Legacies of Emerging Economies, )
    This paper’s key focus is to explore the theoretically prospect to apply an Integrated Coaching Model (ICM) to improve performance of a coachee in an e-coaching environment. Challenges faced when applying this model are ...
  • Barlow-Jones, Glenda; Van der Westhuizen, Duan (World Conference on Educational Media & Technology (EdMedia 2013), )
    The world is becoming increasingly digital and this is affecting the way in which we learn and live. Learners who do not have access to technology and are unable to make use of technological resources are thus at a ...
  • Kuthadi, Venu Madhav; Selvaraj, Raja Lakshmi (International Conference on Information Technology and Computer Systems Engineering (ITCSE'2013), )
    Now-a -days, E-learning has become an important trend for education based on distance learning. The institutions of higher education have raised their interest in the educational services which is based on the internet and ...
  • Ranjan, Abhiskek; Kuthadi, Venu Madhav; Selvaraj, Rajalakshmi; Marwala, Tshilidzi (International Conference on Information Technology and Computer Systems Engineering (ITCSE'2013), )
    The routing attacks are created in order to damage the network in Mobile Ad-hoc. Previously, Dempster-shafer theory introduced a solution for these routing attacks where it entirely works on the principle of Dempster rule ...
  • Spowart, Jane
    In South Africa the graduation rate could be improved at Higher Education Institutions (HEIs). There have been a number of First Year (FY) initiatives at the University of Johannesburg (UJ) to support first year students. ...
  • Spowart, Sherly S.J. (World Association for Cooperative Education (WACE), )
    In South Africa there is considerable discussion on the introduction of work-integrated learning (WIL) in university programmes. This would prepare graduates for the challenges of the world of work. It would also support ...
  • Du Plessis, L.; Petzer, D. J. (Unpublished, )
    With donations declining as donors become older (Baby Boomers), non-profit organisations (NPOs) are compelled to shift their marketing focus to younger generations (Generation X and Generation Y) if they are to survive ...
  • Gatsheni, B.N.; Sikakane, Ike; Mangane, J. (Cape Peninsula University of Technology, )
    The average time (response time) it takes currently for the information on a train that has stopped in the middle of nowhere to flow from the train crew through related departments (operations, planning, maintenance) at ...
  • Adriaanse, L.S.; Rensleigh, C.W. (Cape Peninsula University of Technology, )
    Citation tracking and citation analysis is facilitated by making use of online information resources via the Web which specialize in citations and tools for conducting citation analysis. The prolific growth of the online ...
  • Pieterse, Theron (IIMC International Information Management Corporation,, )
    There is a need for small and medium sized companies to cater for the investigation of internal and external computer incidences. This paper proposes a model that includes the important elements a company should have in ...
  • Mpinganjira, Mercy; Rugimbana, Robert (ANZMAC, )
    This paper aims to clarify the factors influencing African postgraduate students to undertake higher education studies abroad. A sample of 94 international postgraduate students from Africa studying at University of ...
  • Drotskie, Adri (GBATA, )
    The challenge that retail banks face is to find a sustainable strategic differentiator that will give the organization a competitive advantage. This paper investigates the possibility of customer experience as strategic ...
  • Van Tonder, Chris (GBATA, )
    Sustainable development and global prosperity hinge substantially on healthy, progressive organizations. The liability of change, which manifests in the dismal success rates of large scale organizational change initiatives, ...
  • Van Tonder, Chris (GBATA, )
    A largely sterile debate characterized the discourse on Organization Identity for the past two decades. Scholarly contributions however mushroomed during the last five years but empirical research remains limited. The ...
  • Saunders, Stephen G.; Petzer, Danie J. (ANZMAC, )
    The act of guarding a car at a public parking space is a common service offered by "car guards" in Southern Africa. The car guard normally relies solely on tips in return for the service given. The objective of this research ...

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