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Factors impacting on entrepreneurial success in Durban.
The goal of the study was to determine whether the factors that drive entrepreneurship in Durban, South Africa, are sufficient to promote economic development. In order to gain business perspective of the factors contributing ...
The effects of affirmative action on the motivation of employees at Durban University of Technology.
Higher Education Institutions face an ongoing challenge to respond to many challenges that arise from their environment. Universities are affected by internal as well as external forces. They have to comply with the ...
The impact of succession planning on employee retention.
The health care industry is growing at a rapid rate, primarily due to changes in the demographic landscape and disease patterns. The backdrop of this growth is the unprecedented shortage of skilled workers, which is not ...
The strategic role of knowledge management in African universities.
This thesis articulates an empirical research study that examines the role of Knowledge Management, inclusive of Business Intelligence in an African Higher Education setting. There are an abundance of studies that show how ...
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 ...
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 ...
Factors driving pay changes and their impact on corporate performance : Namibian Ports Authority case study.
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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 ...
The outsourcing challenges and effectiveness of insourcing maintenance function at Eskom.
In view of the competition many organizations seek to survive by producing more, with fewer resources, in a shorter period of time (Pintelon and Parodi- Herz, 2008:21). Outsourcing maintenance of production assets over the ...
Internet adoption among small and micro enterprises in the business-services sector.
SMEs' are important in any economy, because they are the key drivers of innovation, employment and economic growth. Harnessing the Internet for business purposes improves SMEs‟ operational efficiency and competitiveness ...