Articles

BOOKS AND BOOK CHAPTERS

Activity

“Managing Transformation and Change” in BJ Swanepoel ed.) South African Human Resource Management, Kenwyn: Juta and Company, 1998.

Alcanzar Ventajas Competitivas Mediante la Inciativa Empresanal”, in inciativa Empreseha (eds. H. Samper and R. Rodriques), Caracus: Ediciones, IEASA, C.A. (1991).

“Lessons From South Africa: A New Perspective On Public Policy and Productivity.” New York: Harper and Row, 1989. (with O. Harari).

“Individual Career Planning and Development in Organisations,” in J. Barling (Ed.). Behaviour in Organisations: South Africa Perspectives. Johannesburg: McGraw-Hill, 1982.

“Positive Exam Results – Without Stress,” Johannesburg: McGraw-Hill, 1982 (with J. Barling).

Articles

“How Can South African Firms Implement Valuing Diversity Initiatives and Achieve Success” In Progress (with S. Nkomo and L. Booysen).

“Linking Transformation and Change Leadership in South Africa: A Review of Principles and Practices” (1997), SBL Research Review, Vol. 1 Number 1,9 -18.

“Business Schools must cater for today’s managers” (1996), Business Day. June 4, p.17.

“Eurocentric or Afrocentric?” (1995).Business Day/Mastering Management, November 6, 21.

“South Africa: Researching Contrasts and Contradictions in Context of Change,” (1994). International Studies of Management and Organisation, 24,2 190-208. (with A Templer and K Hofmeyer).

“Where Have All the Theorists Gone: An Archival Review of the International Management Literature.” (1993), International Journal of Management, 10, 2, 1993, 146-153 (with M. Mendenhall).

“The Challenge of Management Development in South Africa: So Little Time and So Much To Do,” (1993), Journal of Management Development, Vol. 11, 2, (with A. Templer and K. Hofmeyr).

“Preparing to Teach in Developing Nations: Toward a Checklist,” (1993), Journal of Management Education, vol. 15, 2, 244-255.

“Gender Differences in the Perceptions of Organisational Influence Tactics,” Journal of Organisational Behaviour, (1991), vol. 12, 249-258, (with A Drory).

“On the Folly of Relying Solely on a questionnaire Methodology in Cross-cultural Research,” (1990), Journal of Managerial Issues, vol. 2 no. 3, 267-281, (with O. Harari).

“Re-examining the Link Between Perceived Job Characteristics and Satisfaction,” (1990), Journal of Social Psychology, 130, 1, 131-132.

“Cross-cultural and Racial Comparisons of Job Satisfaction: Some Empirical Findings,” (1987), South African Journal of Business Management, 18, 4, 228-234.

“Divestment and Disinvestment from South Africa: A Reappraisal, (1987), California Management Review, vol. XXIX. 4, 31-50 (with O. Harari).

Organisational Ethics Newsletter, (1988), vol. 1, No. 6, 5-7, summerised the CMR article under “References and Resources.”

“South Africa: White Managers, Black Voices,” Harvard Business Review, (1987), vol. 65, 7, 98-105 (with O. Harari). Barber S.

“South African Managers must put themselves into their Black Employees’ shoes.” Business Day, (September 11, 1987), 8. This article summerised and commented on the HBR article.

“Conducting Applied ‘Third World’ Research in Organisations: Some Problems and Solutions,” (1987), South African Journal of Business Management, 18, 2, 28-32 (with O. Harari).

“Africanising the South African MBA: A Way of Avoiding Self-delusion.” (1986), South African Journal of Business Management, 17, 1, 17-23 (with O. Harari).

“Helping Business Graduates Conduct Third World Research,” (1985),” (1985), Business Graduate. 15, 19-22. (Journal of the Business Graduates Association).

“Productivity Improvement in South Africa Through Matching Individual and Organisational Needs.” (1983), IMP Manpower Journal, 22, 19-23 (Selected as outstanding article by editors and received a “merit award.)