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The prevalence and magnitude of social loafing in an organisational setting.
Organising people into groups or teams should theoretically result in synergistic effects and optimal performance. People should be more productive, further motivated and exert additional effort and input when working ...
Optimising information sharing within the Massmart supply chain network.
The promotion-driven retail chain within the Massmart group resembles variability upstream and downstream of the supply chain. This variability may be associated with mis-alignment of supply chain activities and the in-house ...
Conquering barriers to e-commerce in Africa's e-tail business : a case of Spree.
In Africa, organisations that want to increase their involvement in the multilateral trading system need to overcome the e-commerce barriers in the continent. Many have failed due to their deficiency on contextual African ...
Developing sustainable corporate identity strategies : a case of Stanbic Bank Tanzania.
The limited resources and increased competition are the challenges that organisations face. Corporate identity as a source and an effective strategic tool because of its unique characteristics, it is the source of competitive ...
Factors affecting choice of and satisfaction with mobile phones : an investigation of university of KwaZulu-Natal (Pietermaritzburg) students.
Today, the liveliest market environment is the mobile phone market. This this is because of the growth and the advancement in technology. Thus, studying the consumer buying decision process of these markets can show marketers ...
Factors influencing labour unrest : a case of construction employees residing in Quarry Road West informal settlement.
The study explored the factors that influenced labour unrest at the Umgeni Road Interchange Construction Site (URICS) whilst focusing on the dimensions of employee benefits, collective bargaining and communication. It is ...
Land reform programmes contribution into agricultural economic development : KwaZulu-Natal land reform projects.
This study examines the contribution of South Africa’s land reform programme to agricultural development and economic growth with a focus on land reform projects in KwaZulu-Natal province. The objective of the study was ...
The effect of omni-distribution systems in managing demand order fulfilment frequencies : an apparel retailer.
There is no gainsaying that the world of business is characterised by its own set of commercial dynamics. It is within this milieu that the study explores the emerging strategies that characterise the world of commerce ...
Factors influencing employee turnover rates in an insurance call centre environment.
It is vital to understand the nature of the factors that contribute to employee turnover in the call centre environment. This study investigates unique or industry specific factors that contribute to high turnover rates ...
The use of mobile technology for m-learning in improving economics students’ pass rate at the University of Kwazulu-Natal.
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