1. Prof Y Du Plessis

JOURNAL ARTICLES

Olckers, C. & Du Plessis, Y (2015). Psychological ownership as a requisite for talent retention: the voice of highly skilled employees, European J.International Management.

Du Plessis, Y. & Barkhuizen, N. (2015).Exploring the career path barriers of women professional engineers in a South African context, South African Journal of Labour Relations, 39(1):1-20.

Theron, M., Barkhuizen, N., & Du Plessis, Y. (2014). Managing the academic talent void: Investigating factors in academic turnover and retention in South Africa.SA Journal of Industrial Psychology/SA TydskrifvirBedryfsielkunde, 40(1), Art. #1117, 14 pages. http://www.sajip.co.za/index.php/sajip/article/view/1117

Du Plessis, Y. & Barkhuizen, N. (2014). Intrinsic motivation a key enabler of African managers’ cultural intelligence, Journal of Psychology in Africa, 24(3), 252-256

 

CONFERENCES PROCEEDINGS

Du Plessis, Y & Mostert, E. (2015).What motivates South African to seek multiple self-initiated expatriation opportunities? Annual 15th EURAM Conference, Poland, Warsaw, 17-20 June.

Du Plessis, Y (2015). An innovative and Sustainable Work-Integrated Learning Design for Generation Y Graduate Employability, 2015 International conference on transforming and growing economies through sustainable business innovation, 3rd FOB conference, Botswana, Maun, 8-10 July

Du Plessis, Y. (2014) Measuring project management culture in organization: Evaluating the efficacy of an instrument. 8th International Business Conference Swakopmund, Namibia -19th – 21st August 2014.

Malherbe, H. & Du Plessis, Y. (2014). Change-fit mental models for managers having to pioneer business in an interconnected complex environment,  Conference proceedings of the 16th Annual International Conference of the Global Business and Technology Association (GBATA), Baku, Azerbaijan , 8-12 July 2014.

Olckers, C. & Du Plessis, Y. (2014). Exploring psychological ownership of skilled managers in South Africa, Conference proceedings of the 8th International Business Conference (IBC), Swakopmund, Namibia 19-21 August 2014.

 

BOOK CHAPTERS

Nkomo, S.M, Du Plessis, Y, Haqi, R. & Du Plessis, F. (2015). Diversity, employment equity policy and practice in emerging markets, Chapter 9, Handbook of Human Resource Management in emerging markets, Edited by Frant Horwitz and Pawan Budhwar, ELGAR, UK.

Y Du Plessis. (2014). Project Management: A Behavioural Perspective, Pearson: Cape Town

2. Prof C Miruka

JOURNAL ARTICLES

Miruka, C. O. 2015 ‘Harambee narratives: a rhetorical framing of the Kenyan trade union movement,’ Journal of Governance and Regulation (Volume 4, 2015).

Siwadi, P., Miruka, C. O. & Ogutu, F. A. 2015 ‘The impact of corporate governance on firm performance in the Zimbabwean manufacturing sector,’ Corporate Ownership & Control, Vol. 12, Issue 4, pp. 779 –790.

Siwadi, P., Miruka, C. O. & Ogutu, F. A. 2015 ‘Social capital interventions at firm level affecting performance in the Zimbabwean manufacturing sector,’ Corporate Ownership & Control, Vol. 13, Issue 1, pp. 1079 – 1093.

Miruka, C.O & Ogutu, F. (2015) “The impact of corporate governance on firm performance in Zimbabwean manufacturing sector”.-IBSS Journal

O Miruka, (2014) No need to throw in the towel yet: The case for the revival of South African textile and clothing industries. Mediterranean Journal of Social Sciences MCSER Publication, Rome – Italy, Vol 5: No 7 – May 2014.

O Miruka,(2014) Implementation challenges of performance management systems in the South African mining industry. Mediterranean Journal of Social Sciences MCSER Publishing, Rome – Italy, Vol 5: No 7 May 2014.

Miruka, C (2014). The effect of innovation strategies and their connection to company performance. Mediterranean Journal of Social Sciences, MCSER Publishing, Rome – Italy, Vol 15: No 9, May 2014.

 

CONFERENCES PROCEEDING

Miruka, C. O. 2015 ‘Fifty years of Zambian politics: contradictions and distinctions in African economic integration,’ Keynote address at the Conference on Economic Integration, Entrepreneurship and Sustainable Development, 14-16th October 2015, Venue:  Midlands State University, Zimbabwe.

Tshepe, T. &Miruka, C. O. 2015 ‘Media discourse on nuclear power in South Africa prior to and after the Fukushima nuclear disaster of 2011,’ Fourth International Conference on HRM and the management of organisations in Africa, Nairobi, Kenya, 26-28 August 2015.

3. Prof P Botha

JOURNAL ARTICLE

Botha, P.A., Swanepoel, S. & Rose-Innes, R. 2015. Organizational Behaviour: Exploring the Relationship between Ethical Climate, Self-Efficacy and Hope – Journal of Applied Business Research, 31(4)
Botha, P.A. & Swanepoel, S. 2015. Allocation of Academic Workloads in the Faculty of Human and Social Sciences at a South African University – African Education Review, 3 (12)

4. Prof J Meyer

JOURNAL ARTICLE

Meyer, J.A. (2015). ICT investment effectiveness in the South African Post Office: Reconsidering the approach of the past 20 years-African journal of information system.-IBSS Journal.

 

CONFERENCES PROCEEDINGS

Meyer, J.A, 2015 “The municipality integrated development programme as an Economic driver in prioritising provision of water services to the community, 3rd International conference of Business Innovation and growth.

5. Prof L Rangasamy (Extraordinary Professor)

JOURNAL ARTICLES

Rangasamy, L. (2015). Some impacts of South African FDI flows on the current account balance.-Journal for studies in Economics and Econometrics.

6. Prof J Prinsloo

JOURNAL ARTICLES

TG Pelser, JJ Prinsloo, A Groenewald, (2014) Market positioning of branded meat products: A case of the feedlot industry in South Africa. Mediterranean Journal of Social Sciences MCSER Publishing, Rome – Italy Vol 15: No 1 – January 2014.

TG Pelser, JJ Prinsloo, J Kriegler,(2014) Key management practice within the South African Department of Labor. Mediterranean Journal of Social Sciences MCSER Publishing, Rome – Italy Vol 15: No 1 – January 2014.

 

CONFERENCES PROCEEDING

B D Pattiarachchige, JJ Prinsloo, TG Pelser, 2015. Cannibalistic effect of retailers’ business activities on wholesalers’ survival in Gaborone. International Conference on Transforming and Growing Economies through Sustainable Business Innovation, Maun, Botswana, 8th – 10 July 2015.

C Motlaleng, TG Pelser & JJ Prinsloo. 2015 The alcohol levy’s effect on the beneficiation and citizen empowerment in Botswana. International Conference on Transforming and Growing Economies through Sustainable Business Innovation, Maun, Botswana, 8th – 10 July 2015.

Ateba, Prinsloo & Maredza.2015. The Effectiveness of Price as the Major Marketing Mix Tool in Gaining Market Share in the FMCG Retail Sector. 9th International Business Conference, Livingston, Zambia – 2015.

J Beukes, JJ Prinsloo, TG Pelser, (2014) Service quality expectation from alcoholic beverages suppliers in North West Province. 8th International Business Conference Swakopmund, Namibia -19th – 21st August 2014.

AC Groenewald, JJ Prinsloo, TG Pelser, (2014) Strategy to create and enhance the competitiveness of branded meat retailer.  8th International Business Conference Swakopmund, Namibia -19th – 21st August 2014.

TG Pelser, JJ Prinsloo, (2014) Technology management and the link with technology strategy and company performance – managing in an interconnected world: Pioneering business and technology excellence, ISBN: 1- 932917-10-1