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Faculty of Commerce
International Network Conference (INC 2012), 11-12
July 2012, Port Elizabeth, South Africa. United Kingdom:
Plymouth University. ISBN 9781-841023151.
Scott, E., Mcgibbon, C. and Mwalemba, G. 2012. Attempts
to embed green values in the information systems
curriculum: a case study in a South African setting. In J.
Pries-Heje, M. Chiasson, J. Wareham, X. Busquets, J. Valor
and S. Seiber (eds), Proceedings of the 20th European
Conference on Information Systems (ECIS 2012), 10-13
June 2012, Barcelona, Spain. Spain: European Conference
on Information Systems (ECIS 2012). ISBN 9788488971548.
Sedick, F. and Seymour, L. 2012. BPMN usage: an analysis
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Sewchurran, K., Mwalemba, G., de le Harpe, A. and
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enable better business enablement and competitiveness:
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Colloquium (SE 12), 24 May 2012, Cape Town, South Africa.
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Seymour, L. and Thembela, S. 2012. Developing the South
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Lecturers' Association (SACLA 2012), 1-3 July 2012, Thaba
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(CyberSec12), 26 - 28 June 2012, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
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Doctoral dissertations
Bankole, F. 2012. The impacts of ICT infrastructure on
national development: a multi-method investigation
involving data mining and data envelopment analysis.
Supervised by Brown, I.T.J. and Osei-Bryson, K.
Delcarme, B.2012. The development and institutionalisation
of an integrated health care waste information system.
Supervised by Roode, J. and Brown, I.T.J.
Scott, E. 2012. Towards coherent practice in capstone
courses for IS majors. Supervised by Sewchurran, K.
Tossy, T. 2012. Cultivating recognition: a classic grounded
theory of e-learning providers working in East Africa.
Supervised by Brown, I.T.J.
Weimann, P. 2012. An organisational framework for the use
of web-based tools in 'virtual' project teams. Supervised
by Brown, I.T.J.
School of
Management Studies
Head of School: Associate Professor Anton
F. Schlechter
School Profile
TheSchool ofManagement Studiesprovidesundergraduate
courses, postgraduate programmes and postgraduate
diplomas in a range of management disciplines to
students registered for Business Science, Commerce and
Humanities degrees. Research is supervised at the Honours,
Master’s and Doctoral levels. The School consists of five
Sections (incl. Actuarial Science, Applied Management,
Marketing, Organisational Psychology and the Professional
Communication Unit), as well as four established research
units (African Collaboration for Quantitative Finance &
Risk Research (ACQuFRR); Centre for Actuarial Science
Research (CARe); Institute of Monitoring and Evaluation
(IME); and the Unilever Institute for Strategic Marketing). A
further three research units have recently been established
and are currently seeking University Research Committee
(URC) approval (Development Unit for New Enterprise