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  • Zororo, Muranda (University of Zimbabwe Publications, 2001)
    This article reports the results of a study on market and channel selection and preferences of manufacturing exporters. The main objective of the study is to identify market and channel preferences of Zimbabwean firms. ...
  • Manwa, H.A. (University of Zimbabwe Publications, 2002)
    Over the last two decades in which empirical studies on gender and leadership styles have been undertaken, the findings have consistently confirmed that people’s perceptions have not changed from using leadership traits, ...
  • Muranda, Zororo (University of Zimbabwe Publications, 2003)
    This article presents results of an exploratory nationwide survey of 124 manufacturing companies in Zimbabwe involved in exporting all over the world that was undertaken during the last quarter of 1999 and first quarter ...
  • Pfukenyi, Davies Mubika; Mukaratirwa, Samson; Willingham, A.L.; Monrad, J. (Oasis Open journals, 2005)
    During the period between January 1999 and December 2000, the distribution and seasonal patterns of amphistome infections in cattle in the highveld and lowveld communal grazing areas of Zimbabwe were determined through ...
  • Nhavira, John Davison (Southern Bureau of Strategic Studies Trust, 2009)
    The purpose of this study is to analyze, in the light of Zimbabwe's economic crisis, whether there is a stable and predictable relationship between monetary aggregates and macroeconomic variables such as output and prices. ...
  • Chaneta, Isaac (PeCOP, 2009)
    Overtime, some jobs become routine and less challenging, resulting in the demotivation of the job-holders. Effort should be made to make work more reading or satisfying by adding more meaningful tasks to a worker’s job. ...
  • Chaneta, Isaac (PeCOP, 2009)
    Collective bargaining is concerned with the relations between employers acting through their management representatives and organized labour. It is concerned not only with the negotiation of a formal labour agreement but ...
  • Chaneta, Isaac (UZ Publications, 2010)
    This book is intended both to be descriptive of Strategic Human Resource Management (SHRM) and its key constituent ideas and to be analytical of the approach and its ideas. It is intended that the reader leaves the volume ...
  • Chaneta, Isaac (2010)
    Groups and teams are a major feature of organisational life. The work organisation and its sub-units are made of, are groups of people. Most activities of the organisation require at least some degree of co-ordination ...
  • Chaneta, Isaac (2010)
    Consumer behaviour is determined by economic, psychological and sociological considerations. It is important to study non-economic buying motivations as these are present in the buying of industrial goods and services as ...
  • Madzivire, Alex B. (MaCotra, 2010)
    An intensive literature search on transformation, change management and leadership revealed that the transformation theory arena has been driven by case studies. However, the case studies cited were predominantly Western. ...
  • Madzivire, Alex B. (MaCotra, 2010)
    An intensive literature search on transformation, change management and leadership revealed that the transformation theory arena has been driven by case studies. However, the case studies cited were predominantly Western. ...
  • Madzivire, Alex B. (MaCotra, 2010)
    A longitudinal multiple-case design was used to capture the experiences (in transformation) of four Zimbabwean companies spanning from 1980 when Zimbabwe attained its independence to 2000. The within case analysis prompted ...
  • Madzivire, Alex B. (MaCotra, 2010)
    An intensive literature search on transformation, change management and leadership revealed that the transformation theory arena has been driven by case studies. However, the case studies cited are predominantly Western. ...
  • Madzivire, Alex B. (MaCotra, 2010)
    In the study, a longitudinal multiple case design was used to capture the experiences (in transformation) of four Zimbabwean companies spanning from 1980 when Zimbabwe attained its independence to 2000. This article ...
  • Madzivire, Alex B. (MaCotra, 2010)
    An intensive literature search on transformation, change management and leadership revealed that the transformation theory arena has been driven by case studies. However, the case studies cited were predominantly Western. ...
  • Madzivire, Alex B. (MaCotra, 2010)
    My intensive literature search on the application of Eisenhardt’s (1989) eight steps of building theory from case study research revealed that no-one had tried out the process in Africa. Further evidence suggested that ...
  • Chaneta, Isaac (2010-06)
    Marketing research is concerned with developing and analyzing the “facts” that help marketing managers do a better job of planning, executing and controlling. Marketing research is much more than a bundle of techniques or ...
  • Chaneta, Isaac (2010-06)
    Attention shifts from formulating strategy for a single-business enterprise to formulating strategy for a diversified enterprise. Because a diversified firm is a collection of individual businesses but corporate strategy ...
  • Chaneta, Isaac (2010-06)
    One reason for studying marketing is that, as consumers, a large share of purchasing dollar goes for marketing activities. Professor Reavis Cox (1995) estimated that 41.7 of this dollar is consumed by distribution activities. ...