Sustainable Management Development in Africa : Building Capabilities to Serve African Organizations.

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Main Author: Kazeroony, Hamid
Format: eBook
Language:English
Published: [Place of publication not identified] : Taylor and Francis Ltd, 2016.
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Table of Contents:
  • Cover
  • Title
  • Copyright
  • Contents
  • List of Figures
  • List of Tables
  • Foreword
  • 1 Framing Sustainable Management Development in Africa
  • Part I Capacity Building in Africa
  • 2 Public Policy and Higher Education: The Case of Botswana
  • 3 Challenges in Developing African Management Scholars: An Auto-Ethnographic Study
  • 4 The Role of Accreditation in Overcoming the Challenges of Graduate Management Programs in Africa
  • 5 Meeting the Graduate Management Program Challenges in Nigeria
  • Part II African Social, Cultural, and Political Influences
  • 6 Cross-Cultural Studies as a Resource for Management Development in Africa
  • 7 The Role of Cross-Cultural Communication in Management Practices of Multinational Corporations (MNCs) in Sub-Saharan Africa
  • 8 Surviving in Africa: MNCs' Response to Institutional Deficiencies and Moral Implications
  • Part III Theorizing African Management and Organization
  • 9 Theory Construction to Serve African Management and Organizational Practices
  • 10 Alternative Approaches to Management Research in Africa: Hermeneutics, Graphic Scales, and Applied Interventions
  • 11 Management Theories: The Relegated Strengths-Based African Practices
  • Part IV Organizational Practices and Management Challenges in Africa
  • 12 Human Capital Development in Africa: Some Urgent Considerations
  • 13 Building the Next Generation of African Managers and Entrepreneurs
  • 14 Public-Private Partnerships for Enhancing Organizational Capabilities in Nigeria
  • 15 The Role of the Legal Profession in Facilitating a Regulatory Framework for Public-Private Partnerships in Ghana
  • 16 A Framework for Building Organizational Capabilities in Africa
  • Contributors
  • Index