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  • Wessels, J.S. (Unisa Press, 2001)
    The question that directs this article is `How appropriate is the new study material in this case study as means of tuition within a new learning paradigm?' In order to determine the appropriateness of learning material ...
  • Wessels, J.S. (Unisa Press, 2001)
    This article proposes eight broad criteria fos assessing learning material for distance eduation institutions such as the University of South Africa (Unisa) where learning material in print format is the main teaching ...
  • Martins, Nico (2001)
    Consumers’ concerns about conducting electronic business transactions and the risks involved have a vital impact on the transition of electronic business. This paper deals mainly with consumers’ willingness to conduct ...
  • Van Der Westhuizen, Sanet; Cilliers, Frans (2001)
    I-O psychology has been concerned with stress and its effects on the workforce for many years (Selye, 1956; 1974). This focus on disease and the vulnerabilities of the individual, studied from a pathogenic paradigm, was ...
  • Martins, E.C.; Martins, Nico (Osgard Media, 2002)
    Changing technology is driving the next generation of organisational surveys. As more and more employees are becoming computer literate and have access to PCs, e-mail/web surveys are increasingly becoming a major alternative ...
  • Steinmann, N.; Martins, Nico (Osgard Media, 2002)
  • Martins, Nico (MCB University Press, 2002)
    The study, representing 6,528 employees, investigates the relationship of the “big five” personality dimensions and managerial practices to the dimension of trust relationships between managers and employees, and also the ...
  • Cilliers, Frans; Kossuth, S. (Open Journal, 2002)
    Organisational climate, de¢ned as psychological atmosphere, was measured by means of 14 climate and four managerial support dimensions. Salutogenic functioning, referring to the origins of psychological health, was measured ...
  • Coetzee, Melinde; Schreuder, A.M.G. (Open Journals, 2002)
    Contemporary career research emphasises the need for career counselling practices that will assist individuals in shifting from linear career preferences to non-linear career patterns. ACareer counselling framework that ...
  • Smith, Frank (Unisa Press, 2002)
    The realisation of the goals of any public institution is dependent upon a proper organisational structure and sound governmental relations. Although the former has characteristics of the closed model of organisation, ...
  • Wessels, J.S. (Unisa Press, 2002)
    The contexts of institutions for higher education are in flux with consequent learning challenges. One of these challenges is that of globalisation and the need for international compatibility. Another challenge is ...
  • Ströh, E. (Unisa Press, 2002)
    Insecurity, which in turn leads to fear, is an important enemy of delegation. More and better delegation usually occurs when managers experience higher levels of security. The question, however, is what managers can do ...
  • Pauw, Koos (Unisa Press, 2002)
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  • Pauw, J.C. (Unisa Press, 2002)
    KPMG, the South African Public Service Commissioner and Transparency South Africa jointly undertook the first South African ethics survey during 2001. The objective of the ethics practice survey was to measure the extent ...
  • Van der Westhuizen, E.J. (2002)
    Profound changes have taken place since 1994 which will impact significantly on the future of human resource management systems in the South African Police Service. The overarching significance of these changes was, of ...
  • Martins, Nico; Bews, Neville (2002)
    Recent changes in the nature of work initiated by the emerging "post-industrial" society have rekindled a multidisciplinary interest in trust. In view of these developments the issue of intra-organisational trust is addressed ...
  • Martins, Nico; Von der Ohe, Hartmut (2002)
    The aim of this study was to validate a questionnaire that can be used to determine how employees select the best company to work for. The second focus was to determine the role of trust in a relationship where employers ...
  • Von der Ohe, Hartmut; Martins, Nico (2002)
    The aim of the study was to determine what type of organisational culture would support creativity and innovation in an organisation. A new model was developed and compared with the theoretical model. Similarities, differences ...
  • Kossuth, S.P.; Cilliers, Frans (UNISA School of Management Sciences, 2002)
    The aim of this research was to investigate the relationships between employee perceptions of leadership dimensions, cultural beliefs and salutogenic functioning within a multi-cultural workforce. Inter-correlations and ...
  • Van Heerden, Michael, 1953- (2002-01)
    Contemporary South Africa prides itself on having a Bill of Rights. For 84 years (1910 to 1994) public administration regulated the general welfare and lives of inhabitants in the finest detail, while being subject to ...

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