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Integrated employee participation schemes in the South African gold-mining industry : a study of their effects and dynamics.
This research study is concerned with the effects and dynamics of 'integrated' schemes of employee participation, where workers are involved in both work-related decision-making, and also share in the profits of their ...
Low cost housing delivery program : an interpretive systems approach.
As enshrined in the post-apartheid South African constitution, access to basic services like potable water, sanitation and formal housing has become a basic right for all South Africans. The delivery of low-cost housing ...
An exploration of small business mortality : a Lesotho perspective.
The informal sector, a sector which is formed by small businesses, plays the pivotal role in Southern African countries’ economic development and has predominately acted as a source of entrepreneurship essential to economic ...
Organisational culture and values in the South African social security agency : a Batho Pele perspective.
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Impact of employee participation in decision making at Engen.
Employee participation is the process whereby employees are involved in decision making processes, rather than simply acting on orders. Employee participation is part of a process of empowerment in the workplace. It is ...
An evaluation of the maintenance on government properties in Mpumalanga Province : a service quality perspective.
This research sought to evaluate and analyse customers perceptions with regard to service quality they receive on the maintenance of government properties within Ehlanzeni District, Mpumalanga Province. The purpose of the ...
Electronic supply chain management systems in managing the bullwhip effect on selected fast moving consumer goods.
The amplitude in order variability as orders surge upstream a supply chain epitomises a phenomenon commonly called the bullwhip effect. The real consumer demand orders are comparatively and tentatively evinced less variability ...
Inter-organizational relations for effective policy implementation : a case study of the KwaZulu-Natal tourism implementation structure, between years 2000-2010.
In this study I explore how effective the KwaZulu-Natal tourism implementation structure has been in the management of inter-organizational relations for tourism policy implementation using an interpretive social science ...
Do Web 2.0 social media impact transnational social advocacy? : a study of South African civil society and Greenpeace.
This study focuses on how civil society organisations deploy Web 2.0 technologies for transnational social advocacy, the context of this technology use, and the effect of this adoption in achieving organisational goals. ...
Evaluating public sector service delivery at KwaZulu-Natal provincial hospitals : a case study of the Durban Metropolitan and Ilembe region.
The Constitution of the Republic of South Africa,1996 (Act 108 of 1996) and the Patients’ Rights Charter (Patients’ Rights Charter: Online) guarantee all citizens the right to basic health care services (South Africa, ...