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  • Claassen, Gerrit
    The purpose of this study was to explore how a small group of white South African men going through menopause attached meaning to this major event in their lives, and also how it affected the decisions they took as leaders ...
  • Mbokasi, B.; Visser, D.; Fourie, L. (SA Journal of Industrial Psychology, )
    The aim of the study was to establish whether managers at different levels of the organisational hierarchy perceive different managerial competencies as important for middle managers, and whether there were differences ...
  • Coetzee, M.G.; Viviers, A.M.; Visser, D. (SA Journal of Industrial Psychology, )
    The first objective of the study was to assess whether the dimensions of Antonovsky’s Sense of Coherence (SOC) scale correlated positively with those of the Managerial Motivation scale (MMQ). The second objective was to ...
  • Van Tonder, C.L. (SA Journal of Industrial Psychology, )
    Change and organisational change are some of the most discussed topics of our time. Yet despite this, reported success rates for major organisational change initiatives remain exceptionally poor. Part of the problem is ...
  • Roodt, G.; Kinnear, C.; Erwee, R.; Smith, D.; Lynch, B.; Millett, B. (SA Journal of Industrial Psychology, )
    This research investigates whether the metric qualities of the South African Organisational Inertia Scale have cross-cultural equivalence in the Australian context. The underlying theoretical model and research in South ...
  • Potgieter, A; Roodt, Gert (SA Journal of Human Resource Management, )
    The purpose of the study was to evaluate a questionnaire for the assessment of a customer intimacy culture in the value discipline context. The main survey was completed by using a convenience sample of permanent employees (N ...
  • Potgieter, A.; Roodt, G. (SA Journal of Human Resource Management, )
    The purpose of the study was to evaluate a questionnaire for the assessment of a customer intimacy culture in the value discipline context. The main survey was completed by using a convenience sample of permanent employees ...
  • Coetsee, W.J.; Eiselin, R. (SA Journal of Industrial Psychology, )
    The purpose of this study was to identify learning transfer variables impacting on learning transfer using the Learning Transfer System Inventory (LTSI). The secondary objective was to determine if there are any statistically ...
  • Theron, D.; Roodt, G. (Journal of Industrial Psychology, )
    The purpose of this study is to determine whether raterroups have different mental models regarding the construct that is being assessed. Sixty-eight marketing employees, working in the petro-chemical industry, were evaluated ...
  • Kilfoil, W.; Groenewald, T. (SA Journal of Human Resource Management, )
    The transformation of the South African higher education landscape resulted in, among other things, the merger of three distance education institutions: Unisa, VUDEC and TSA. The macro level of the merger will no doubt be ...
  • Badenhorst, A.; Smith, D.P.J. (SA Journal of Human Resource Management, )
    Emotional intelligence (EI) has become a buzz-word over the past ten years, yet misconceptions with regard to the concept abound. This leads to confusion among the general public, the scientific community, as well as to ...
  • Whitford, C.M.; Coetsee, W.J. (SA Journal of Human Resource Management, )
    The objective of this study was to develop a model that assists organisations in implementing performance management effectively. A model describing the philosophical paradigm underpinning best practice in performance ...
  • Van Niekerk, R.; Raubenheimer, I. van W. (Perspectives on Industrial Psychology: Journal of Industrial Psychology, )
    Evaluation of the 6M Simulation Training Course is discussed with reference to mastery of course content, influence of training on job performance and reaction of course attendants to the course. Results indicate a significant ...
  • Crous, F.; Roodt, G. (SA Journal of Industrial Psychology, )
    A contextual theory of entrepreneurship. Industrial psychologists studying the domain of entrepreneurship tend to focus on the independent variables that predispose entrepreneurial behaviour. The challenge, therefore, was ...
  • Möller, Y.; Crous, F.; Schepers, J.M. (SA Journal of Industrial Psychology, )
    An investigation into the personality traits of call centre consultants. Despite the fact that nearly all service organisations in South Africa use call centres to interact with clients, there is limited research detailing ...
  • Augustyn, J.C.D.; De Villiers, W.S.; Raubenheimer, I. van W. (Journal of Industrial Psychology, )
    An investigation into determining the potential of workers in the agricultural sector. Industrial Psychological principles and concepts are not being applied extensively in the agricultural sector. Against this background ...
  • Schepers, J.M. (Discourse, )
    All information from the outside reaches us via our senses. The incoming information must be processed as quickly and effectively as possible, and suitable decisions must be made, based on this information. To perform this ...
  • Janse van Rensburg, K.; Roodt, G. (SA Journal of Human Resource Management, )
    The objective of this study is to develop a normative instrument for assessing the mentoring role in the South African context. The sampling frame for the study constituted the 1200 employees of a division of a large ...
  • Davidson, G.; Coetzee, M.; Visser, D. (SA Journal of Industrial Psychology, )
    The relationship between the organisational culture and financial performance of a South African investment bank was explored in this study. The Denison Organizational Culture Survey was used to measure the organizational ...
  • Roodt, Gert; Kinnear, Carli; Erwee, Ronel (SA Journal of Industrial Psychology, )
    This study investigates the similarities of scores on the Organisational Inertia Survey in executive samples in Australia and South Africa. The study builds on previous research on the metric qualities of the Organisational ...

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