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    • A Teaching/Learning Case History of CROP in Zimbabwe 

      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. ...
    • A Teaching/Learning Case History of FINANCE in Zimbabwe 

      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. ...
    • A Teaching/Learning Case History of LEISURE in Zimbabwe 

      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. ...
    • “Think Manager, Think Male”: Does It Apply to Zimbabwe ? 

      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, ...
    • Three strategic-making tasks of an organisation 

      Chaneta, Isaac (Dr.) (2011-01-24)
      Management’s mission of what the organization is trying to do and to become over the long-term is referred to as the organization’s mission. A mission statement specifies what activities the organization intends to pursue ...
    • Usability of Eisenhardt’s Process in the Emerging Economy of Zimbabwe 

      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 ...