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    • What is the best way to predict financial distress of companies 

      Muller, G. H.; Steyn-Bruwer, B. W.; Hamman, W. D. (Stellenbosch : Stellenbosch University, University of Stellenbosch Business School, 2012-12)
      ENGLISH ABSTRACT: Predicting distress is essential for investors or lending institutions who wish to protect their financial investments. Which predictive techniques work best?

    • What should be done to attract private sector participation in the SADC regional strategic water infrastructural development programme? 

      Takawira, Andrew (Stellenbosch : University of Stellenbosch, 2010-12)
      The Southern Africa Development Community (SADC) Treaty aims at achieving regional integration, poverty alleviation and economic growth. Water is a catalyst to these aims, thus making it key for the region to manage and ...

    • When the vuvuzela blow 

      Slabbert, Antoinette (Stellenbosch : University of Stellenbosch business School (USB), 2010-04)
      After kick-off, the Soccer World Cup might just deliver a winning goal for South African project management and business acumen – and brand, suggests ANTOINETTE SLABBERT.

    • When the vuvuzelas blow 

      Slabbert, Antoinette (2010-04)
      ENGLISH ABSTRACT: After kick-off, the Soccer World Cup might just deliver a winning goal for South African project management and business acumen – and brand, suggests ANTOINETTE SLABBERT.

    • When values create value 

      Susman, Simon (2014-10)
      No abstract

    • Where the destination is sustainablility, leadership is a journey 

      Nel, Christo (Stellenbosch : University of Stellenbosch Business School, 2007-08)
      It’s a fact: Leadership is the primary driver of organisational performance and the only sustainable competitive advantage that organisations can rely on. It comes as no surprise then, that the USB invests so much time ...

    • Who needs strategy? 

      Alberts, Retha (Stellenbosch : University of Stellenbosch Business School, 2008-02)
      Modern executives have become sceptical about the merit of strategic planning in the unpredictable business world. Should they be?

    • Why do good managers make bad decisions? 

      Mgayi, Bongani (2014-04)
      ENGLISH ABSTACT: Does our internal makeup cause us to make poor decisions? Or can we blame these on external factors? Bongani Mgayi – a business strategist and consultant who is involved with USB’s marketing, communication ...

    • Why leaders must forgive 

      Mgayi, Bongani (2013-10)
      ENGLISH ABSTRACT: Though families and communities have evolved to rely on the power of forgiveness to deal with disputes and conflict, the tool remains underdeveloped in business conflicts, reports Bongani Mgayi – ...

    • Wie rig jou af in besigheid? 

      Swart, Clayton (2012-04)
      AFRIKAANSE OPSOMMING: ’n Afrigter is nie meer net vir die Springbokke, Proteas of Bafana-Bafana beskore nie. ’n Toenemende aantal maatskappye maak nou van ’n bestuursafrigter gebruik om hul bestuurders en beste ...

    • Women power : an executive affair 

      Blaine, Sue (Stellenbosch : University of Stellenbosch Business School, 2008-02)
      Some of SA’s hottest boardroom females share their thoughts on leadership and whether women need leadership training that is aimed exclusively at them. SUE BLAINE asks around.

    • Xa kuvuthelwa iivuvuzela 

      Slabbert, Antoinette (Stellenbosch : University of Stellenbosch business School (USB), 2010-04)
      Emva kokuqaliswa komdlalo, iNdebe yeSaka yeHlabathi inganenqaku elinempumelelo kulawulo lweprojekthi yaseMzantsi Afrika nobuqili bezoshishino – nohlobo lophawu, ucebise watsho u-ANTOINETTE SLABBERT.

    • Yours internationally 

      Blaine, Sue (Stellenbosch : University of Stellenbosch Business School, 2008-08)
      Almost all businesses face the issues of globalisation, whether these are breaking into foreign markets from Lesotho to Finland, competing with similar products abroad, or having to consider whether to buy components ...

    • Youth is a wonderful thing ... as is age 

      Haw, Penny (Stellenbosch : University of Stellenbosch Business School, 2008-08)
      The value of age diversity is yet to be fully appreciated by South African businesses, as PENNY HAW discovers.

    • Zambia's credit-guarauntee schemes 

      Libakeni, Mark M. (Stellenbosch : Stellenbosch University, 2014-12)
      Small and medium enterprises are recognised around the world as very important to a country’s economic wellbeing. In developing countries, small and medium-sized businesses are seen as effective vehicles that can quickly ...