2 edition of Management looks at Africa. found in the catalog.
Management looks at Africa.
Jerome W. Blood
|Statement||Contributors: Ludwig E. Armerding [and others] Editor: Jerome W. Blood.|
|Contributions||American Management Association.|
|LC Classifications||HG5822 .B5|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||160|
|LC Control Number||66024179|
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Additional Physical Format: Online version: Blood, Jerome W. Management looks at Africa. New York, American Management Association  (OCoLC) Nwando Achebe’s new book is a fascinating look at Africa’s queens, past and present. From spiritual leaders to parliamentarians and presidents, women are reclaiming leadership roles.
Edoho and his contributors examine the management challenges facing African governments and businesses on the eve of a new millennium. As the authors make clear, Africa's future is defined by how Africa does in the 21st century.
For Africa, a major challenge is how to effectively and efficiently manage its vast wealth. Africa is not poor because it is poor--it is Management looks at Africa. book because. The management book also features 12 statements that help distinguish a company's strongest department from the others.
Plus, this re-release version includes Gallup's Q12 employee engagement survey, the most effective measure of employee performance. This book offers a comprehensive look at the current literatures and research based on empirical data from across different countries in Africa. It focuses on the work of leading scholars of management in and around Africa Management looks at Africa.
book the African Context, exploring whether we can at this point refer to ‘African Management’ as an emerging and distinct stream in the scholarly discourse in s: 1.
Arising from a research project funded by Danish International Development Assistance, Management and Change in Africa includes results of management surveys across 15 sub-Saharan countries and of organizational surveys taken across a range of sectors in South Africa, Kenya, Nigeria and combines methodology, theory and case examples to.
20 top books about Africa, including both fiction and nonfiction. In the 19 th century, as the nations of Europe rushed to grab ever-larger expanses of territory there, Africa was known as the Dark Continent. In some ways, that label is still apt. Everywhere else—Europe, Asia, the Americas—understanding of Africa and Africans is limited, and far too often wildly distorted.
From evocative prose to moving memoirs and hilarious satire, we bring you some of Africa’s best reads from the first half of Manchester Happened – by Jennifer Nansubuga Makumbi. Upon finishing Jennifer Nansubuga Makumbi’s debut novel Kintu, many a reader sat in impatience waiting for news of her next y, it has arrived and once more, the UK.
In order to expand operations, businesses will need to look elsewhere on the continent. The driving forces for growth There are many factors behind Africa’s growth spurt, including robust commodity prices, improved economic management, substantial debt relief and increased private capital flows.
However, unlike. 1 day ago Africa has come a long way in its digitisation journey from mobile telephony to broadband – connecting and digitising entire sectors economies, jobs, education, healthcare, government and societies.
In light of the revolutionary technological advances that are changing the African continent, a. The book also looks at risks and opportunities that are part of this vision—such as population growth, urbanization, and technological changes, and the.
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She is the author of a collection of short stories and a translator of books from French to Romanian. If you are an African interested in starting a business somewhere on the continent or an emerging entrepreneur, below are six (6) of the best African business books you should read: Africa – The Ultimate Frontier Market by David Mataen The book was published in and is authored by David Mataen, an investment banker.
The book captures the tremendous. 8 hours ago Deswell Industries has been growing its top-line and pays a healthy 7% dividend. The stock is trading below book value. Corporate governance issues remain a concern for investors when investing in. This book expands and builds on Organisational Theory and Behaviour: An African Perspective which was first published in As with its predecessor, our aim has been to write a book which is helpful to anyone who is interested in organisations in Africa and their management and, in particular, in ways of making African organisations more effective and more efficient in.
This book offers a comprehensive look at the current literatures and research based on empirical data from across different countries in Africa. It focuses on the work of leading scholars of management in and around Africa and the African Context, exploring whether we can at this point refer to ‘African Management’ as an emerging and.
This book offers a comprehensive look at the current literatures and research based on empirical data from across different countries in Africa.
It focuses on the work of leading scholars of management in and around Africa and the African Context, exploring whether we can at this point refer to ‘African Management’ as an emerging and Reviews: 1.
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Your first choice is the yet-to-be-published book Awakening Giant Africa by Charles Nhova. This book, by a Zimbabwean, deals with four paradoxes about Africa: Poverty in the midst of abundant natural wealth; stagnant standard of living, despite billions of dollars of “development” finance or .Book of lyrics and stories from Hadestown from its author, songwriter Anaïs Mitchell, with a foreword by Steve Earle.
pages. Theresa Rebeck, Complete Plays, Volume 5Volume 5 (). The result is that many of the world’s organisations and management scholars know very little about business practices in Africa.¹ (Ironically, Knowledge Resources published a number of books about 20 years ago focusing on African Management and specifically Ubuntu in the Workplace).