Abstract Index

 
Track 1: Human Resource Management and Leadership
Title
Author/s
Abstract no.
 
Page
Board gender diversity and corporate citizenship: A South African perspective
Suzette Viviers
Nadia Mans-Kemp
710 - 711
An investigation of the relationship between job satisfaction and selected demographic variables to turnover intentions among academic staff in selected higher education institutions
Musawenkosi.B Sibanda
Martha Harunavamwe
Trust Kabungaidze
712
Unpacking the state of human capital in African universities – The case of Zimbabwe
Ushe Makambe
713
Gendered motivational values effects and academic job performance: Implications for management theory and practice
Chris Callaghan
714
The influence of entrepreneurial leadership on business success
Mogomotsi Lekoko
Edward M. Rankhumise
715
The relationship between perceived organisational support and transformational leadership
Nsongala Kutekala
René Van Wyk
716 – 717

 
Track 2: Marketing Management
Title
Author/s
Abstract No.
 
Page
Brand avoidance: An exploratory study in a services context
Adele Berndt
Danie Petzer
Pierre Mostert
718 - 719
Exploring the application of service-dominant logic (S-D logic) to digital marketing communication activities: a postmodern marketing perspective.
Amaleya Goneos-Malka
Anské Grobler
Arien Strasheim
720
For love of the brand and myself? An exploratory study of parents’ vicarious consumption of toddler clothing brands
Liezl-Marié Kruger
721
An investigation of Linkedin users: Social media use integration, attitudes and motivations
Tania Maree
722
Perceived risk scale development: a new world wine application
Carla G Janse van Vuuren
Chris D. Pentz
Ronel du Preez
723 – 724
Analysing the loyalty levels displayed by football fans: A case study of Ajax Cape Town Football Club
Muhammed Ziyaad Desai
Joel Chigada
725 – 726
Micro-moments that matter: The relationship between user expectations of micro-moments and mobile design utilities
Jeandri Robertson
727 – 728
An Analysis of Factors Influencing Black South African Millennials When Considering African Ankara Fabric Fashion
Tendai Mbumbwa
Joel Chigada
729
An exploratory study on factors that influence the adoption of self-service fuel stations in Johannesburg: motorists’ perspective
Lloyd Uta
Norman Chiliya
Richard Chinomona
Tinashe Chuchu
730

 
Track 3: Small Business and Entrepreneurship
Title
Author/s
Abstract No.
 
Page
Coaching as a support function for potential entrepreneurs
Maddison-Lee Brinkley
Ingrid le Roux
731
The influence of affect on entrepreneurial intentions: An exploratory study
Peter P Khaola
Paul R Monyolo
732
Family mentoring, self-practice and entrepreneurial leadership development in Nigerian universities: a conceptual framework
Ezekiel Jide Fayomi
Ziska Fields
733 – 734
Chinese practices in identifying opportunities within the South African business environment
Tinashe Ndoro
Lynette Louw
MacDonald Kanyangale
735

 
Track 4: General Management
Title
Author/s
Abstract No.
 
Page
Managing in uncertain and resource constricted times: Burrell and Morgan revisited. Contemporary insights from social sciences and implications for management
Chris Callaghan
736
The Choice against Formal Business Rescue
Ingrid le Roux
Marius Pretorius
737
Intercultural communication effectiveness in Sino-African interactions: A theoretical perspective
Fungai B. Chigwendere
Lynette Louw
Terence Jackson
738
Investigating the causes of delays in public construction projects in Namibia
Jolekeni Nambahu
Nyankomo Marwa
739
Applying affordance theory to reasonable prospect determination for ventures operating in the zone of insolvency
Marius Pretorius
Wesley Rosslyn-Smith
Ingrid le Roux
740 – 741
Pre-packaged applications in business reorganisations: International guidelines for principles, patterns and antecedents
Sello Mkhondo
Marius Pretorius
742
Mitigating and adapting to unprecedented mismanagement of the South African equestrian federation
Eric .J. Stoch
743
Factual evaluation of rescue feasibility: A signalling theory approach
Andria Janse van Rensburg
Wesley Rosslyn-Smith
Marius Pretorius
744 – 745

 
Track 5: Supply Chain Management
Title
Author/s
Abstract No.
 
Page
Relational outcomes of supply chain disruption management: A qualitative study of South African 3PLS
Jaco Nel
Evert de Goede
Wesley Niemann
746 – 747
Supplier development grants as an alternative method of funding to improve the business performance of sewing cooperatives
Michael Sizwe Mkwanazi
Charles Mbohwa
748 – 749
Influencers of collaborative buyer-supplier relationships: A case study in the South African banking industry
Kamohelo Mpshane
Wesley Niemann
Theuns Kotzé
750
Procurement facets influencing management of restricted resources in South African comprehensive universities
Winnie Dlamini
Intaher Marcus Ambe
751
Demand planning approaches employed by the Gauteng clothing industry stakeholders
Ntombizodwa J. Matsoma
Intaher Marcus Ambe
752

 
Track 6: Tourism Management
Title
Author/s
Abstract No.
 
Page
Public and Private sector perspective on the challenges facing the tourism sector in the Northern Cape Province
Pearl Portia Siyanda Sifolo
Robert Rugimbana
Mohammed Hoque
753
Energy consumption in South African hotels: A panel data analysis
Love Odion Idahosa
Marwa Nyankomo
Joseph Akotey
754

 
Track 7: Financial Management
Title
Author/s
Abstract No.
 
Page
Investigating the relationship between the gold price and the value of the JSE 150 gold mining index
Elda du Toit
Zack Enslin
Lance Gasela
755
The impact of working capital financing on firm profitability: a study of retail firms
Elmarie Louw
John H. Hall
Leon M. Brümmer
756
The performance of initial public offerings in the construction and materials sector of the JSE, 2006 – 2007
Hugo A. Lambrechts
757
Behavioural influences affecting decisions of management accountants: Make every business decision matter!
Zack Enslin
John Hall
Elda du Toit
758
 
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