Browsing University of Stellenbosch Business School (USB) by Title

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    • 'n Verhaal van verandering 

      Smit, Eon (2014-04)
      AFRIKAANSE OPSOMMING: Prof Eon Smit, ’n voormalige direkteur van die USB, skryf oor die USB se 50-jarige bestaan.

    • National sporting success and investor optimism 

      Smith, Brendan; Krige, Niel (Stellenbosch : University of Stellenbosch Business School, 2010)
      Contrary to findings of overseas studies, the mood of South African investors seems to be influenced less by the outcomes of national sporting events.

    • Negatiewe kennis 

      Powell, John (Stellenbosch : University of Stellenbosch Business School, 2012-12)
      AFRIKAANSE OPSOMMING: Ons is geneig om oor kennis te dink as ’n bate, ’n Goeie Ding. Hoe meer kennis, hoe beter – behalwe dat ek pas tot die besef gekom het my veronderstellings is verkeerd. Ons moet soms ook kennis vernietig.

    • New directions 

      Mgayi, Bongani (2014-10)
      ENGLISH ABSTRACT: On 1 September this year, Prof Piet Naudé joined the University of Stellenbosch Business School as its eighth director in five decades. Business strategist and consultant Bongani Mgayi, who is involved ...

    • The new face of Africa 

      Rossouw, Mandy (Stellenbosch : University of Stellenbosch Business School, 2010)

    • New horisons 

      Smith, Cherice (2013-04)
      ENGLISH ABSTRACT: He was the first black editor of Die Burger newspaper, chairperson of the South African National Editors’ Forum and recipient of the sought-after Nieman Fellowship to study at Harvard University. These ...

    • New horizons 

      Smith, Cherice (Stellenbosch : Stellenbosch University, University of Stellenbosch Business School, 2013-04)
      ENGLISH ABSTRACT: He was the first black editor of Die Burger newspaper, chairperson of the South African National Editors’ Forum and recipient of the sought-after Nieman Fellowship to study at Harvard University. These ...

    • New MBA 

      Matthee, Amanda (Stellenbosch : University of Stellenbosch Business School, 2008-08)
      Once again, the USB’s MBA has been audited and approved by two international accreditation agencies. But nothing remains static. AMANDA MATTHEE finds out how the USB has updated its MBA for 2009.

    • New organisational strategies for complexity : a necessity for sustainable innovation? A case study of Kessels & Smith - The Learning Company 

      Van der Merwe, Andrea (Stellenbosch : Stellenbosch University, 2009-03)
      ENGLISH ABSTRACT: Now more than ever, organisations need to be resilient and sustainable. The world of business has changed irrevocably since the industrial age and organisational strategies have not adapted much in response ...

    • The new President's inbox 

      Haw, Penny (Stellenbosch : University of Stellenbosch Business School, 2008-08)
      Imagine it is 2009 and South Africa’s new president is perusing the presidential inbox. What might he find there? PENNY HAW finds out.

    • New ways of working 

      Matthee, Amanda (2011-10)
      ENGLISH ABSTRACT: Do people really work differently after their studies? Amanda Matthee asked around.

    • Niks wag meer vir Maandag nie 

      Marais, Jana (Stellenbosch : University of Stellenbosch Business School, 2008-08)
      With around the clock connectivity nothing waits for Monday any longer. Our cell phones, laptops and PDAs allow us to be more available, more productive and more mobile. However, if we don’t manage this, other people’s ...

    • Nuwe horisonne 

      Mgayi, Bongani (2014-10)
      AFRIKAANSE OPSOMMING: Prof Piet Naudé het op 1 September vanjaar by die Universiteit van Stellenbosch Bestuurskool aangesluit as die skool se agtste direkteur in vyf dekades. Die sakestrateeg en konsultant Bongani Mgayi, ...

    • Nuwe-media nuus : voordeel of fiasko? 

      Swart, Clayton (Stellenbosch : University of Stellenbosch Business School, 2009-02)
      New media are providing us with an abundance of information. Today’s managers obtain their news from websites, e-newsletters, RSS feeds and podcasts. But too much information can be overwhelming, causing people to return ...

    • Once an exile... 

      Sonn, Julian (Stellenbosch : University of Stellenbosch Business School, 2008-02)
      There were those that championed freedom and made it through the struggle, but invariably at deep personal cost. USB’s PROF JULIAN SONN , one such, believes he can still contribute ...

    • Onhou jy nog? 

      Smith, Cherice (2014-04)
      AFRIKAANSE OPSOMMING: Vir sommige voel dit soos ’n leeftyd gelede, vir ander voel dit soos gister. Of dit nou 50, 30 of 20 jaar gelede was, almal is dit eens dat hulle hul tyd by die USB vir altyd sal onthou. MBA-alumni ...

    • Ontwikkel jouself, ontwikkel ander 

      Smith, Cherice (Stellenbosch : University of Stellenbosch Business School, 2012-12)
      AFRIKAANSE OPSOMMING: Gretchen Arangies is ’n kenner van menslike hulpbronne. Ná die voltooiing van haar MBA aan die USB het haar loopbaan ’n opwindende nuwe rigting ingeslaan. Sy praat oor haar suksesse, passies en ...

    • The opportunities and challenges of promoting inclusive financial services through mobile money : the case of MTN mobile money in Uganda 

      Mitchell, Corin Sebastian (Stellenbosch : Stellenbosch University, 2011-12)
      Perhaps the African equivalent to the industrial revolution is the mobile revolution we’ve witnessed over the past decade. Specifically the innovation and extraordinary growth of mobile money, mobile technology platforms ...

    • Opportunity for electricity generation from discard coal at the Witbank Coalfields 

      Le Roux, Armand (Stellenbosch : Stellenbosch University, 2014-04)
      ENGLISH ABSTRACT: Coal export mines in the Mpumalanga Highveld region of South Africa generate growing volumes of discard coal estimated to be in excess of a billion tonnes. It presents a significant pollution hazard. ...

    • Optimising fruit production choices 

      Steenkamp, Matthys; Gevers, Wim (Stellenbosch : University of Stellenbosch Business School, 2010)
      Mathematical modelling techniques show that choosing the right cultivar mix for deciduous fruit production units can drastically improve profitability.