WWW.ABSTRACT.DISLIB.INFO
FREE ELECTRONIC LIBRARY - Abstracts, online materials
 
<< HOME
CONTACTS



Pages:   || 2 |

«World Academy of Researchers, Educators, and Scholars in Business, Social Sciences, Humanities and Education In association with the Academy of World ...»

-- [ Page 1 ] --

World Academy of Researchers, Educators, and Scholars in Business, Social Sciences, Humanities and Education

In association with the Academy of World Finance, Banking, Management and IT Conference, July 2013

CONFERENCE PROGRAM

MONDAY 22 JULY 2013

2:30 pm – 8:45 pm

Registration 2:30 pm – 5:00 pm

Venue (Lobby Area), Lagoon Beach Hotel

Welcome Reception Buffet 7:00 pm – 8:45 pm “Atlantic 1” Lagoon Beach Hotel.

REGISTRATION TIME DURING CONFERENCE

Venue: Lagoon Beach Hotel MONDAY 22nd July 2013 2:30 pm – 5:00 pm TUESDAY 23rd July 2013 9:00 am – 11:30 am; 2:00pm – 3:30pm WEDNESDAY 24th July 2013 9:00 am – 12:30 am i World Academy of Researchers, Educators, and Scholars in Business, Social Sciences, Humanities and Education In association with the Academy of World Finance, Banking, Management and IT Conference, July 2013

TUESDAY PROGRAM

TUESDAY 23 JULY 2013 9:00 am – 10:10 am Welcome and Keynote Speech, Key Note Paper and Discussion Chair: Kabelo Moeti Venue: Atlantic 1 Room, Lagoon Beach Hotel Welcome Key Note Speech M S Mukhola – Acting Deputy Vice Chancellor for Teaching, Learning and Technology at Tshwane University of Technology Key Note Paper A Literature Review of Regulatory Impact Assessment (RIA): Theoretical Background and Implementation Jana Gutierréz Chvalkovská and Petr Teplý (Paper No. 28) MORNING TEA BREAK 10:10 am – 10:30 am Sessions 1 – 3 (10:30 am – 12:00 noon) TUESDAY 23 JULY 2013: SESSION 1: 10:30 am – 12:00noon Business, Marketing, Management, Human Resource and IT Chair: Mornay Roberts-Lombard Venue: Atlantic 1 Papers for Presentation How Executives Evaluate Consultants Ralph Gallay (Paper No. 6) Crafting a Sustainable Corporate Performance: An Exploratory Study of the Value of Corporate Conscience J Kamwachale Khomba and Ella C Kangaude-Ulaya (Paper No. 7) Organizational Use of Information Technology and Innovation in Achieving Firm’s Performance Nathaniel C. Ozigbo (Paper No. 64) TUESDAY 23 JULY 2013: SESSION 2: 10:30 am – 12:00 noon Finance, Banking, Accounting, IT, Public Administration and Social Policy Chair: Rachel Barker Venue: Lagoon View

–  –  –

Papers for Presentation Empirical Investigation of the Role of Price – Cost Margin in Merger Activities in International Capital Market: A Study of the Policy Implications David Chih-Hsiang Chen (Paper No. 2) Cooperative Government in the Modern Democratic System of Government: The CoExistence of Traditional Leadership and Local Municipalities - A South African Perspective Vukosi Mathonsi (Paper No. 50) A Credible Reflection of the Leadership Framework in the 21st Century and the Management of the Human Resource Kennedy Khuliso Maimela Paper No. 67) TUESDAY 23 JULY 2013: SESSION 3: 10:30 am – 12:00 noon Social Sciences, Humanities and Education

–  –  –

Papers for Presentation Artworks in Residence: Young Children’s Responses to Visual Art Julie Wren (Paper No. 19) Silent and Invisible... Still. How Much Has Changed in Education for Cultural Minorities?

Shireen Maged (Paper No. 22) A Narrative Study of Livelihood Strategies among Young Female Congolese Migrants Eking a Living in the Informal Sector in Durban, South Africa Ndwakhulu Tshishonga (Paper No. 62) TUESDAY 23 JULY 2013: SPECIAL SESSION: 12:10 pm – 12:55 pm Venue: Venue: Atlantic 1 Submitting Papers for Possible Publication in Refereed Journals: What do Editors & Reviewers Look for?

Gabriel O Ogunmokun

–  –  –

Clemence Tapera Mutopa and Godfrey Ndlovu (Paper No. 8) The Challenges of Developing a Performance Management System (PMS) in Academic Institutions: A Case of the Central University of Technology, Free State Deseré Kokt (Paper No. 10) A Study of the Impact of Records Management in the Sustainability of Small, Micro and Medium Enterprises Patrick Ajibade (Paper No. 11) TUESDAY 23 JULY 2013: SESSION 5: 1:45 pm – 3:15 pm Finance, Banking, Accounting, IT, Public Administration and Social Policy

–  –  –

Papers for Presentation:

Knowledge Creation and Sharing in an Online Staff Discussion Forum Rachel Barker (Paper No. 1) A Study of Corporate Governance, Internationalization, Diversification, and Financing Decision Chiung-Jung Chen (Paper No. 3) The Role of Information Systems in Supply Chain Strategic Agility: A Systematic Literature Review Nicholas Mavengere, Marko Mäkipää and Mikko Ruohonen (Paper No. 13) TUESDAY 23 JULY 2013: SESSION 6: 1:45 pm – 3:15 pm Social Sciences, Humanities and Education

–  –  –

Papers for Presentation A Study of the Relationships between Cultural Factors and Perceived Success of Professional and Business Women Marianne Doubell and Miemie Struwig (Paper No. 4) A Study of Malaysian Accounting Education in Higher-Learning Institutions: Is Malaysia Preparing Undergraduates for a Tsunami of Fraud?

Derek Ong Lai Teik, Sharifah Ameera Al-Mashoor, Siew Weng Chung and Ng Qing Song (Paper No. 9) Globalisation and Parastatal Deregulation Programmes: Exploring Critical Concepts and Issues in South Africa Nyawo Gumede (Paper No 60)

–  –  –





Papers for Presentation:

A Study of the Dissemination Practices of USA Based Recruitment Agencies: Online Recruitment of Overseas-Trained Teachers J. J. R. de Villiers and S. Books (Paper No. 14) The Role of Knowledge Management in the Production and Advancement of Small, Micro and Medium Enterprises in Nkonkobe Municipality, South Africa Patrick Ajibade (Paper No. 15) A Study of Mobile Customer Relationship Marketing As a Tool to Create Competitive Advantage within the Licensed Liquor Industry Graeme Grahn, Pieter Steenkamp and Norbert Haydam (Paper No. 16) TUESDAY 23 JULY 2013: SESSION 8: 3:45 pm – 5:15 pm Finance, Banking, Accounting, IT, Public Administration and Social Policy

–  –  –

Papers for Presentation:

Building a Cloud Computing Environment with VMWARE and NETAPP: A Work in Progress Pedro Paz (Paper No. 27) Knowledge Management in Software Engineering Environment: A Case Study of a South African Organization Sue Ngobeni and Robert Hans (Paper No. 36) Effect of Public Participation: A Critical Assessment of the N2 Gateway Housing Project in Langa/Joe Slovo Townships, South Africa Lusanda Juta and Kabelo Moeti (Paper No. 37) TUESDAY 23 JULY 2013: SESSION 9: 3:45 pm – 5:15 pm Social Sciences, Humanities and Education

–  –  –

Papers for Presentation:

Education and Training of Professionals in South Africa: A Comparative Study of Medical Professions versus Accounting and Law Professions Paul Dalmeyer, Miemie Struwig and Thinus Kruger (Paper No. 26)

–  –  –

The Operationalization of Local Economic Development Programmes in Local Government in South Africa: A Case of Agencification in Thaba Chweu Local Municpality Nyawo Gumede (Paper No 61) Business Education and the Pursuit for Sustainability: A Study of the Perspectives of Business Education Student Teachers in South Africa Carina America (Paper No. 12)

–  –  –

Papers for Presentation:

Towards Sustainable Tourism Development: The Volksblad Tourism Town of the Year Competition Deseré Kokt and Johan Hattingh (Paper No. 42) An Investigation of the Use of Social Networks as Part of Promotion Campaigns: A Case Study of Department of Health at the Johannesburg Municipality.

Cornelius J.P. Niemand and Karin Eloff (Paper No. 46) Does Firm Size Matter on Innovation in Small Accommodation Businesses in Developing Economies: A Work In Progress Paper?

L. T. Chipunza, T. Naong and D. Y. Dzansi (Paper No. 31) WEDNESDAY 24 JULY 2013: SESSION 11: 9:00 am – 10:30 am Finance, Banking, Accounting, IT, Public Administration and Social Policy

–  –  –

Papers for Presentation:

A Study of Customer Satisfaction in the Financial Planning and Retail Banking Industries in South Africa Chantal Rootman and Janine Krüger (Paper No. 30) Contribution of a Tertiary Care Hospital in Financing the Treatment of Poor – A Case Study of Success in India Hem Chandra, Sunil Jain, R. K Sharma (Paper No. 35) Stock Market Volatility and Co-Movement Behaviour of Selected Countries Sarod Khandaker and Silvia Islam (Paper No. 41)

–  –  –

Papers for Presentation:

General and Product-Specific Culture Studies in the Base of the Pyramid Venture: The Case of Water and Sanitation Project for South Sudanese Customers Kyungeun Sung and Patrick Dichabeng (Paper No. 34) Helping Elephants Live Project: Reducing the Demand for Ivory through Education Tina Vazin, Wang Wang and Anthony Guarino (Paper No. 38) Shifting Identities: The Transition from Undergraduate to Postgraduate Research Study Jeanine Nothnagel (Paper No. 39)

–  –  –

Papers for Presentation:

From Control to Collaboration: A South African Perspective on Shifting Brand Management Strategies Sonja Verwey and Clarissa Muir (Paper No.53).

A Study of the Effects of Barriers to Innovation on Firm Performance Among Small OwnerManaged Businesses. The Case of Mutare City, Zimbabwe: A Work in Progress Paper L. T. Chipunza and C. Chipunza (Paper No.51) Evaluating the Effectiveness of the Business Funding Model in Developing Small, Micro and Medium Sized Enterprises (SMME’s) with Particular Reference to OR Tambo District Municipality Bhasela Mabhaso Yalezo (Paper No. 58) WEDNESDAY 24 JULY 2013: SESSION 14: 11:00 am-12:45 pm Finance, Banking, Accounting, IT, Public Administration and Social Policy

–  –  –

Papers for Presentation:

An Examination of the Role of Number of Companies in Merger Activities in International Capital Market: A Study of the Policy Implications David Chih-Hsiang Chen (Paper No. 5)

–  –  –

Access to Bank Finance Among SMMES: Does Gender Play A Role?

Pradeep Brijlal (Paper No 54).

Zimbabwe’s New Constitution and Its Implications for Public Administration Ricky Munyaradzi Mukonza (Paper No. 55).

WEDNESDAY 24 JULY 2013: SESSION 15: 11:00 am-12:45 pm Social Sciences, Humanities and Education and Leadership

–  –  –

Papers for Presentation:

Leadership of the African National Congress: Benefits, Impacts and Implications for Public Administration in South Africa.

Levy Livhuwani Ndou (Paper No.48) Journeying to a Different Space: An Exploratory Case Study of Critical Pedagogy for Teaching HRM in the Context of Social Change Shaun Ruggunan and Dorothy Spiller (Paper No.32) A Study of Student Perceptions of Sustainability at a South African University Chantal Rootman and Miemie Struwig (Paper No. 33)

–  –  –

Papers for Presentation:

On the Purpose of the Business Organisation Geoff A Goldman (Paper No.52).

Motivation of Learning: An Assessment of the Practicality and Effectiveness of Gamification within a Tertiary Education System in Malaysia Derek Ong, Chan Yuen Yeng, Cho Wai Hong and Koh Tse Young (Paper No. 20) Corporate Communication as a Strategic Organisation-Stakeholder Relationship Building Function: An Exploratory Qualitative Study among JSE Listed South African Organisations Yolandi Slabbert (Paper No. 21)

–  –  –

Papers for Presentation:

An investigation of Service Quality in the Heritage Market: A Study of Sam Chuk Heritage Market in Thailand Supatcharajit Jitpraphai (Paper No. 25) A Case for Leveraged Exchange Traded Funds in South Africa Wiehan Peyper and Zandri Dickason (Paper No. 40) Municipal Boundary Re-Determination Paradigm - The Case of Ngwathe Aad Metsimaholo Municipalities (South Africa) Sanjay Balkaran (Paper No.49) WEDNESDAY 24 JULY 2013: SESSION 18: 1:45 pm-3:15 pm Social Sciences, Humanities and Education and Social Media

–  –  –

Papers for Presentation:

Factors influencing Generation Y’s Evaluation of Social Media Driven Word-of-Mouth: A Work in Progress Roy M. Shamhuyenhanzva, Mornay Roberts-Lombard, Estelle Van Tonder (Paper No. 44) Spirituality and Job Satisfaction: A Proposed Conceptual Model Freda van der Walt and Jeremias J de Klerk (Paper No. 45) An Exploratory Study of Higher Education Internationalisation Strategies in Australia Sarod Khandaker (Paper No. 43)

–  –  –

Sessions 19 – 21 (3:45 pm-5:45 pm) WEDNESDAY 24 JULY 2013: SESSION 19: 3:45 pm-5:45 pm Business, Marketing, Management and Human Resource and Public Administration

–  –  –

Papers for Presentation:

Marketing Mix Strategy Formulation, Implementation and Marketing Performance: A Conceptual Model Joseph Musandiwa and Mercy Mpinganjira (Paper No. 23)

–  –  –

Organisational Learning: A Project-Based Approach in Non-Governmental Development Organisations Jonathan Makuwira (Paper No. 17) Empathetic Connection with Leader-Admirers and Participation in Leader-Myth Construction by Aspirant Leaders: A Work In Progress Paper Joseph Wallis and Linda McLoughlin (Paper No. 18) Access to Secondary Education in Nigeria: A Study of Trends in Selected Federal Government Colleges Philips O. Okunola (Paper No. 56) Towards the Indigenisation of Public Administration for People Centred Governance: Essence of Ubuntu Orientated Leadership Ndwakhulu Tshishonga (Paper No. 63) WEDNESDAY 24 JULY 2013: SESSION 20: 3:45 pm-5:45 pm Business, Marketing, Education, Public Administration and Social Policy

–  –  –

Papers for Presentation:



Pages:   || 2 |


Similar works:

«The Value of the Case Study as a Research Strategy Charles Schell January, 1992 Manchester Business School 1.0 Introduction One of the most time-honoured forms of communication and knowledge transfer is the narrative: The earliest Abstract philosophical concepts were conveyed as allegorical accounts, either for the purpose of education or debate, and a scientific tradition was built around the testing of the premises which either supported or attacked the truth and validity of the implicit...»

«Michael A. Quinn, Ph.D. Department of Economics Office: (781) 891-2938 Bentley University, AAC 175 Fax: (781) 891-2896 175 Forest Street mquinn@bentley.edu Waltham, MA 02452-4705 Research Fields Development, International, Labor. Education Ph.D. in Economics, University of North Carolina Chapel Hill, 2002. B.S. in Economics and Political Science, Fairfield University, 1996. Current Faculty Positions Professor of Economics (tenured), Bentley University. Waltham, MA. Interim Director, PhD...»

«Paying Politicians: Theory and Evidence Timothy Besley∗ † London School of Economics Abstract This paper looks at the theory behind the idea that paying politicians better will improve their performance. The paper lays out a political agency model with adverse selection and moral hazard where politicians are subject to two-period term limits. This model provides a number of predictions about how the pay of politicians affects agency problems. We also consider what happens when the pool of...»

«Munich Personal RePEc Archive Risk Management Lessons from Madoff Fraud Pierre Clauss and Thierry Roncalli and Guillaume Weisang Ensai, Ervy University, Bentley University 2. March 2009 Online at http://mpra.ub.uni-muenchen.de/36754/ MPRA Paper No. 36754, posted 18. February 2012 14:07 UTC Risk Management Lessons from Madoff Fraud∗ Pierre Clauss† Thierry Roncalli‡ Guillaume Weisang§ First version: March 2, 2009 Current version: April 4, 2009 Comments Welcome Abstract In December 2008,...»

«Basic Aeronautics For Modellers With the owner has very and it need the designs, you contracts use this great effort but credit for your countries. Free or well the most interest if you will find to make the portable or fast pdf home than the lifestyle includes of the base with working. Help these 2g school for giving notes that spend often registered you will be, efforts and parties in walls can be without the excellent home. Also, normal errors that avoid very used of the Pasco gesture for...»

«In SCOTLAND A Fairer Local Tax for Scotland: A Joint Submission by: The Chartered Institute of Public Finance & Accountancy (CIPFA) CIPFA Directors of Finance Section SOLACE Scotland This is a joint submission by the following: CIPFA, which is the leading professional accountancy body for the public services. It is responsible for the education and training of professional accountants and for their regulation through the setting and monitoring of professional standards. CIPFA is the leading...»

«ARTICLE Journal of Communicationin 10.1177/0196859903255779 Singapore Renegotiating Citizenship Inquiry Randolph Kluver and Ian Weber Patriotism and the Limits of Globalization: Renegotiating Citizenship in Singapore Singapore, as one of the world’s most globalized nations, has undergone a series of tumultuous political and economic crises that has forced the nation’s leaders to adopt a very proactive stance to the formation of national identity. To create an imagined nation that would...»

«The Influence of Age and Size on Family-Owned Firms’ Financing Decisions: Empirical Evidence Using Panel Data Zélia Serrasqueiroa Paulo Maçãs Nunesb* Jacinto Vidigal da Silvac a Management and Economics Department, University of Beira Interior and CEFAGE Research Center, Évora University. Portugal. b Management and Economics Department, Beira Interior University and CEFAGE Research Center, Évora University. Portugal. c Management Department, Évora University and CEFAGE Research Center,...»

«916.449.2273 2201 K STREET WWW.CACFS.ORG SACRAMENTO, CALIFORNIA 95816 April 4, 2016 Michael Cohen Director California Department of Finance 915 L Street Sacramento, CA 95814 Dear Director Cohen, On behalf of the California Alliance of Child and Family Services whose member agencies provide comprehensive behavioral health services to children, youth and their families throughout California, we are submitting our comments and recommendations regarding the Behavioral Health base and growth...»

«A LOST COMMUNITY What apartheid means to the Indians of the Transvaal. An Indian business man, the father of seven children, has had his house cut in half by apartheid laws. He and his children may live in one half of the house, but they may not set foot in the other half without breaking the law. Mr. A.K.M. Vawda had the wall between two small cottages removed, and converted them into one house for his large family. But becausie Whites once lived in one of the cottages, he is now prohibited...»

«ADOPTION OF INTERNET BANKING IN SRI LANKA: AN EXTENSION TO TECHNOLOGY ACCEPTANCE MODEL Jayasiri, N. K. a, Gunawaradana, K.D. b, Dharmadasa, P. c aSenior Lecture in Accounting, Department of Accounting, Faculty of Management and Finance, University of Colombo, Sri Lanka bProfessor in Accounting and Management Information Systems, Department of Accountancy, Faculty of Management and Commerce, University of Sri Jayawardanapura, Sri Lanka cSenior Lecture in International Business, Department of...»

«SDO Project (08/1618/158) The impact of incentives on the behaviour and performance of primary care professionals Report for the National Institute for Health Research Service Delivery and Organisation programme August 2010 prepared by: Professor Ruth McDonald Nottingham University Business School Sudeh Cheraghi-Sohi National Primary Care Research and Development Centre, University of Manchester Professor Martin Tickle Oral Health Unit, University of Manchester Professor Martin Roland General...»





 
<<  HOME   |    CONTACTS
2017 www.abstract.dislib.info - Abstracts, online materials

Materials of this site are available for review, all rights belong to their respective owners.
If you do not agree with the fact that your material is placed on this site, please, email us, we will within 1-2 business days delete him.