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School of Management Sciences

25/03/2015

The annual Masters and Doctoral Colloquium for the School of Management Sciences was held on 12 and 13 March 2015.

 

Masters and Doctoral candidates presented their research proposals to a panel of experts. The panel consisted of Professor Graham Stead from Cleveland State University, Ohio; Professor Mornay Roberts-Lombard from the University of Johannesburg and Prof Geoff Goldman, Editor of Journal Acta Commercii.

PROGRAMME FOR DOCTORAL AND MASTERS COLLOQUIUM 2015

PRESENTER TOPIC SUPERVISOR/CO-SUPERVISOR
Welcome by Prof Struwig    
Greg Ducie Financing sustainable cities in South Africa Prof M Struwig
Laura Best Best practice guidelines to incorporate sustainability into South African consumer protection policies Prof M Struwig
John Mwinjilo Strategic drivers influencing the sustainability of micro finance institutions in Zimbabwe Prof S Perks
Steven Paterson The organisational commitment of financial planners in South Africa Dr J Kruger & Prof E Venter
Bomikazi Zeka South Africans' retirement planning: Individual and financial planner perspectives Prof C Rootman & Dr J Kruger
Albert Musekwa The influence of culture on brand equity in leading Zimbabwean and South African supermarket chains Prof S Perks
Nomasonto Hlongwane Servant and ethical leadership of self-employed healthcare practitioners in the Eastern Cape R Lillah & Prof SM Farrington
Nadine Oosthuizen Challenges of electronic mentoring as a transformative tool for female career development and entrepreneurial growth Prof S Perks
Tony Matchaba-Hove A framework for enhancing trans-generational potential of African family businesses Prof S Farrington & Prof E Venter
Shelley Saunders The influence of South African parental role models on the next generation's intention to enter the family business Prof S Farrington & Prof E Venter

The professors offered the students valuable input to assist them with their studies.

ABOVE (from left to right): The Panel. Prof Mornay Roberts-Lombard, Prof Geoff Goldman, Prof Graham Stead and Prof Miemie Struwig