Recent Publications and Conferences

2018 Articles
 
  • Antonites, A., Vosloo, C. & Vosloo, P. 2018. A framework for entrepreneur education, training and support for South African architects. South African Journal of Higher Education, Vol 32,(9).
  • Bignotti, A &  Le Roux, I. (2018) "Discovering the entrepreneurial endowment of the youth", African Journal of Economic and Management Studies, Vol. 9 Issue: 1, pp.14-33
  •  De Goede, E., Nel, J. & Niemann, W. 2018.  Steering buyer-supplier relationships through disruptions: Insights from South African 3PLs and clients. Problems and Perspectives in Management, 16(2), 113-133.
  • Le Roux, I. (2018). Coaching as support for postgraduate students: A case study. SA Journal of Human Resource Management/SA Tydskrif vir Menslikehulpbronbestuur, 16(0), a939.
  • Maritz, R. & Du Toit, A. 2018. The practice turn within strategy: competitive intelligence as integrating practice. South African Journal of Economic and Management Sciences, 21(1), pp.1-14.
  • Maritz, R. 2018. Prescriptive strategy. R.L. Health & W. Johansen(Eds.). The international Encyclopedia of Strategic Communication. Hoboken,NJ: John Wiley and Sons.
  • Nel, J., De Goede, E. & Niemann, W. 2018. Supply chain disruptions: Insights from South African 3PLs and clients. Journal of Transport and Supply Chain Management, 12(1), 1-12.
  • Niemann, W., Kotzé, T. & Mannya, K. 2018. Global sourcing risk management approaches: A study of small clothing and textiles retailers in Gauteng. Southern African Journal of Entrepreneurship and Small Business Management, 10(1), 1-15.
  • Pretorius, M., 2018, ‘Business rescue decision-making: Post-mortem evaluation of an “orgy”’, South African Journal of Economic and Management Sciences 21(1), a1622.
  • Rosslyn-Smith, W & Pretorius, M (2018): A liabilities approach to the likelihood of liquidation in business rescue, South African Journal of Accounting Research.
  • Fourie, W and Höhne, F, 2018, Thou shalt not fail? Using theological impulses to critique the heroic bias in transformational leadership theory. Accepted for publication in Leadership.
  • Fourie, W, 2018, Aligning South Africa’s National Development Plan with the 2030 Agenda’s Sustainable Development Goals: Guidelines from the Policy Coherence for Development movement. Accepted for publication in Sustainable Development.
  • Fourie, W, 2018, Religion and limitations to the protection of human life. Accepted for publication in the Nordic Journal of Human Rights.
2018 Conferences
 
  • Antonites, A.2018. Higher Education in South Africa: Building excellence in education at scale whilst delivering value to all. McGraw-Hill Education.
  • Bignotti, A. & Botha, M. 2018. Exploring moderation mediated effects between the Big Five personality traits and entrepreneurial intention. Presented at the African Academy of Management (AFAM) conference in Ethiopia, 5 to 10 January 2018.
  • Agigi, A.2018. Understanding the role of buyer-firm in enhancing supplier’s innovativeness: a mixed method study.25th International EurOMA Conference, 24-26 June. Budapest, Hungary.
  • Bornmann, D. 2018. Do as I say, not as I do...Driving ethical leadership towards employee outcomes in an emerging market. Eighth International Conference on Advances in Economics, Social Sciences and Human Behaviour Study ESSHBS 2018, 23 – 24 June, Paris, France.
  • Bornmann, D. 2018. Re-designing the requirements for a New Generation of Business Management Students: Expanding Education and Innovative Learning in South Africa. The International Conference on Education & Innovative Learning ICE18, 30 June- 2 July. Milan, Italy.
  • Bignotti, A. 2018. A Proposed Methodology for Measuring the Social Impact of Social Enterprises.  International Leadership Association's Regional Conference, 30- 31 May. University of Pretoria, Pretoria.
  • Bignotti, A. 2018. (No paper delivered because this is a conference mainly for practitioners and policymakers). IDC Social Enterprise conference, 13-14 June. Sandton, Johannesburg.
  • Fourie, W. 2018. We don’t need another hero: On non-heroic leadership and the Sustainable Development Goals. International Leadership Association's Regional Conference, 30- 31 May. University of Pretoria, Pretoria.
  • Fourie, W. 2018. On group-level antecedents of leader influence. Paper delivered at colloquium of Institute of Leadership and Organization. Ludwig Maximilians Universität München.
  • Le Roux, I. 2018. Using a blended business simulation to gain practical business experience.27th EDEN Annual Conference, 17-20 June. Genova, Italy.
  • Meyer, A & Niemann, W.2018.40th Annual SAPICS Conference, 10-13 June. Cape Town, Western Cape.
  • Mocke, K.2018.Distribution capabilities within an emerging market context.25th International EurOMA Conference, 24-26 June. Budapest, Hungary.
  • Nkhumeleni, L.2018.Improving Education and Practice in Developing Contexts: The case of the University of Pretoria.10th Annual Global Master’s in Development Practice Summit, 25 -28 June. Porto, Portugal.
  • Botha, M & Mubita, L.  2018.  Determining the moderating effects and relationships between entrepreneurship education, entrepreneurial action and prior entrepreneurial exposure
  • presented at the International Business Conference, 23 – 26 September, Mauritius.
2017 Local conference
 
Allden, M., Niemann, W. & Kotzé. T. 2017. Industry expectations of supply chain management graduates: A qualitative study of employers in South Africa. 29th Annual Conference of the Southern African Institute of Management Scientists, 10-12 September 2017, Bloemfontein, South Africa
 
De Goede, E., Nel, J. & Niemann, W. 2017. Exploring relational factors during supply chain disruptions: insights from 3PLs and clients. 29th Annual SAPICS Conference, 4 – 7 June 2017, Century City, Cape Town South Africa.
 
Fairhurst, K & Pretorius, M. 2017 .Sustainable business rescue: the tension of conflicting demands for industry and business. 6th International Conference on Financial Services, 10-12 October 2017, Hermanus, Western Cape
 
Jacobs, A., Niemann, W. & Kotzé, T. 2017. Spare parts logistics for aftersales support: a case study in the South African automotive industry. 1stInternational African Operations Management Conference, 2-4 October 2017, Misty Hills, Johannesburg South Africa.
 
Jojozi , F. 2017. Delegate at World Economic Forum's Conference (3-5 May 2017). He represented our department, expanded our network and propelled his PhD via attendance.
 
Loate, T., Niemann, W. & Kotzé, T. 2017.  A case study analysis of the order fulfilment model adopted by a South African online grocery retailer. 1stInternational African Operations Management Conference, 2-4 October 2017, Misty Hills, Johannesburg South Africa.
 
Meyer, A., Niemann, W. & Peckover, K. 2017. Supply chaın agılıty: A conceptual framework towards leagılıty. 1st International African Operations Management Conference, 2-4 October 2017, Misty Hills, Johannesburg South Africa.
 
Rood, C. & Niemann, W. 2017. The role of personal relationships in supply chain disruptions: Perspectives from 3PLs and clients. 29th Annual Conference of the Southern African Institute of Management Scientists, 10-12 September 2017, Bloemfontein, South Africa
 
Van Rensburg, R., Niemann, W. & Kotzé, T. 2017. Supply chain sustainability: A qualitative study in South African food and beverage manufacturing. Proceedings of the 4th International Conference on Responsible Leadership, 15-16 March 2017, Gordon Institute of Business Science, Johannesburg South Africa. ISBN: 978-1-77592-139-4
 
Vermeulen, J., Niemann, W. & Kotzé, T. 2017. Exploring the disadvantages of supply chain resilience: A study in the South African telecommunications industry. 29th Annual Conference of the Southern African Institute of Management Scientists, 10-12 September 2017, Bloemfontein, South Africa.
 
2017 International conference
 
Bignotti, A.The influence of experience on youth entrepreneurial intentions: evidence from South Africa.11th Annual International Business Conference, 24 - 27 September 2017, Dar Es Salaam, Tanzania 
 
Bornman, D. Flipping Innovative Teaching and Learning on Its Head: A Hybrid Model for Undergraduate Business Management Education at a South African University. Global Business and Technology Association (GBATA) for presentation at the .Nineteenth Annual International Conference.11-15 July 2017. Vienna, Austria.
 
Jojozi, F. 2017. Perceptions of inbound supply risk in the FMCG industry in South Africa.  45th International Business Research Conference, 30 - 31 October 2017, Las Vegas, USA.
 
Letsholo, R. 2017. An investigation of the most preferred approach to strategy development among strategy professionals.  45th International Business Research Conference, 30 - 31 October 2017, Las Vegas, USA.
 
 
Le Roux, I. Blended learning to support a diverse graduate cohort during campus disruption: Barrier or blessing. published in the Conference Proceedings at the Eden Annual Conference, 13 – 16 June 2017, Jonkoping, Sweden.
 
Maritz, R.2017. Strategy as practice: A view from the top. 13th Annual British Academy of Management Conference, 5-7 September 2017, London-Hearthrow.
 
Meyer, A., Niemann, W., Mackenzie, J. & Lombaard, J. 2017. Drivers and barriers of reverse logistics practices: a study of large grocery retailers in South Africa, 11th Annual International Business Conference, 24 - 27 September 2017, Dar Es Salaam, Tanzania.
 
Moos, M. 2017. Analysis the factors influencing the use and impact of SEDA’s business development services (BDS) in Waterberg district, Limpopo.  11th Annual International Business Conference, 24 - 27 September 2017, Dar Es Salaam, Tanzania
  
Simba, S., Agigi, A., Niemann, W., & Kotzé, T. 2017. Supply chain risk management processes for resilience: a study of South African grocery manufacturers. 11th Annual International Business Conference, 24 - 27 September 2017, Dar Es Salaam, Tanzania.
 
Van Niekerk, S., Mocke, K., Niemann, W. & Kotzé, T.  2017. An exploration of supply chain security orientation in the South African pharmaceutical industry. 11th Annual International Business Conference, 24 - 27 September 2017, Dar Es Salaam, Tanzania. 
 
Van Vuuren, JJ. 2017. Factors Contributing to Growth Expectations of South African Entrepreneurs.  11th Annual International Business Conference, 24 - 27 September 2017, Dar Es Salaam, Tanzania.
 
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