5 edition of Management problems in Africa found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographies and index.
|Statement||edited by Ukandi G. Damachi and Hans Dieter Seibel.|
|Contributions||Damachi, Ukandi G. 1942-, Seibel, Hans Dieter.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||395|
An Africa with a strong cultural identity, common heritage, values and ethics. An Africa where development is people-driven, unleashing the potential of its women and youth. Africa as a strong, united and influential global player and partner. Source: African Union, Agenda – The Africa We Want (August ). Very good book with lots of very important and practical insight into the problem in Africa and the solutions needed to get it on the right track. I would have given it a full 5 stars were it not for the author's blatant use of shoving his homosexuality in the reader's face and his opinion of the Iraq war, both of which have absolutely no /5.
FOOD SECURITY IN AFRICA: CHALLENGES AND PROSPECTS Emmanuel K. Boon Management and Environmental Management, Free University of Brussels, Belgium, and University of Ghana, Legon-Accra, Ghana. examines these complex sustainable development problems and suggests appropriate measures for reducing poverty, ensuring food security, fighting File Size: KB. Social Problems in Africa is broken into four parts. The first introduces readers to the nature of social problems in general and provides a framework for analyzing and understanding social problems in an African context. Part II, on culture, human rights and democracy, examines these crucial aspects of social problems in Africa, as well as issues such as language and colonialism. Part III focuses on Cited by: 6.
Successful wetland management in Brazil 19 Mapping wetlands 20 Agriculture in the Nile Delta 20 Integrating conservation and development 21 The political economy of wetlands 22 Balancing needs in Kolleru Lake 23 Local involvement in wetland management 24 Evaluating wetland management options in Ga-Mampa 24 Conclusion 25 Bibliography HANGE management models and research are still relevant for the twenty-first century. The problems are not with their relevancy or their worth. The problems and challenges facing organizational leaders, organizational development experts and researchers relate to the speed and complexity of change required today. This article addresses selected File Size: KB.
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Management Problems in Africa. Authors: Damachi, Ukandi Godwin, Seibel, Hans Dieter Free Preview. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Management problems in Africa. Basingstoke: Macmillan, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors.
This book presents current, in-depth, rigorous research and identifies future research and propositions, enabling scholars and students to gain an in-depth understanding of management as it is evolving and practiced in Africa.5/5(1).
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Management of Industrial Conflict in Africa: a Comparative Analysis of Kenya, Nigeria and Tanzania. Management problems in Africa by Ukandi Godwin Damachi, Hans Dieter Seibel. Published by St. Martin's Press in New York.
Written in EnglishPages: This book focuses on management challenges in different types of companies, ranging from small to large, from private to public and from service to manufacturing in the African context.
With empirical. is a platform for academics to share research papers. ‘African solutions for African problems’ has lately been the boast of the continent since it found its voice and some muscle to attempt to confront its problems.
However, implicit in the slogan is the notion that some problems are African problems which must be left to Africans to solve. pressing African public health issues that have increasingly come to be seen as a k ey human security priority for the 21 st century. Africa is home to a variety o f highlyAuthor: Hussein Solomon.
of the African crises often identify the leadership and governance as the major variables to correctly historicize the nature, character and dimensions of the African problem. Leadership And Governance: Conceptual And Theoretical Commentaries The problem in an intellectual discourse of this nature is usually concerned with the definition of terms.
Organizations implementing projects in less developed nations must confront and resolve numerous challenges not typically encountered by those organizations realizing projects in more developed nations. This article--a summary of a larger, critical study titled "Project Planning for Developing Countries: The Impact of Imperious Rationality"--examines the problems that organizations.
Africa’s future lies in our hands Instead of grandstanding at international platforms preaching anti-colonialism rhetoric, we must start addressing issues that affect Africa’s development. Book Description.
With contributions from leading regional scholars, Public Administration in Africa: Performance and Challenges examines the complexities of the art of governance from the unique African perspective.
The editors bring together a cohesive study of the major issues and regions by taking an analytic approach with the strong problem-solution application. In book: Environmental management in South Africa, Edition: 2nd, Chapter: Environmental management: An introduction, Editors: Strydom H and King N, pp Cite this publication Louis Kotze.
9 major problems facing South Africa - and how to fix them Trevor 'Nightingale' Manuel and his colourful coterie of battle-hardened soldiers recently emerged from their year-long bosberaad at the National Planning Commission (NPC) with insights into the key challenges facing South Africa.
• the issues and problems in aid management and coordination in Africa. In addition to these issues, the paper also highlights possible policy options for the future and their relevance in addressing the challenges facing public sector management.
The problem with some African solutions. Much is made of looking for African solutions, but the AU (and its member states) have no shortage of ideas, whether appropriate or not, on how to resolve the continent’s peace and security challenges.
In one study, 46 percent of high-level managers were rated poorly on the measure, "Holds people accountable - firm when they don't deliver." These problems can be complicated by employee Missing: Africa.
Collins' book is an anthology of articles built around several themes which are critical for understanding modern Africa: decolonization, environment, health care, democracy, development, and civil wars/5.
Empowering communities to manage natural resources: Case studies from southern Africa 10 INTRODUCTION Community Based Natural Resources Management (CBNRM) is the term commonly used in Botswana for an approach which combines rural development and natural resources conservation.
As an attempt to find.Seed business management in Africa. Harare, Zimbabwe, CIMMYT. ISBN: AGROVOC descriptors: Seed industry, Seed production, Trade, Commodity markets, Marketing AGRIS category codes: E10, E20, E21, E70, E73, F03 Identifying the right issues for the target market Employing appropriate tools to eﬃciently obtain desired.Project failures in Africa are creating a focus on the need to change the way projects are managed.
While projects are now recognized as a means to achieve competitive advantage in Africa, project management still remains a Cinderella field.
On average, 8 out of 10 project managers are accidental or have an inadequate project management (PM) knowledge base; PM training is falling short of some.