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The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2021
MastersA feasibility study on migrating from an open-source to a closed-source infrastructure within a VOIP environment in the South African banking sector
Sundarlal
Avesh
A. Dalvit, MSc
Open-source, closed-source, VoIP, quality, costs, security
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The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2021MastersAn investigation of the underutilisation of land by small scale commercial farmers in Gandami
Tarisai
Notius
P Muchineripi
Underutilisation, land, small scale commercial farmers
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The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2021MastersConstructs influencing financial sustainability of local government
Tema
Sibongile Ennie
R. Stoutjesdyk
Financial sustainability, public participation, governance, intergovernmental relations, infrastructure management, customer care
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The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2021MastersCustomer complaints in the after-sales process of a life insurance company in South Africa
Stoltenkamp
Theola Dawn
Dr. S. Lloyd
Customer complaints, employee training, leadership, systems, life Insurance
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The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2021MastersFactors contributing to non-compliance with supply chain management regulatory prescripts in the Department of Telecommunication and Postal Services
Motsuenyane
Jabane Emmarentia
Musenga Francis Mpwanya, PhD
Fraud, non-compliance, procurement irregularities, supply chain management, legislation
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The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2021MastersEmerging and disruptive phenomena in the energy sector in the context of economic and environmental sustainability
Magubane
Nhlanhla
P Singh, PhD
Energy demand, disruption, sustainability, economy, transformation
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The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2020MastersThe impact of administration processes of construction contracts on major refurbishment projects at a state-owned energy utility in South AfricaMasoeuJacob LempetjeM.F. Tshehla, PhDD.M. Moller, PhDAdherence, administration, construction contracts, execution, objective, process, refurbishment projectsLink to document
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2020MastersFactors preventing the adoption of the Internet of Things by medium enterprises in the automotive components manufacturing industry in JohannesburgSaibAbdool KhaderProf. Joel ChigadaInternet of Things, Fourth Industrial Revolution, TelecommunicationsLink to document
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2020MastersThe validations of future technological operational business needs for sustainable competitive advantageRaathFrederik Quinton LeidingP. J. Du Toit, MBLChange management, customer-centric, effectivity, operational environment, organisational cultureLink to document
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2020MastersCorrelation between performance of the Human Settlements Department and inadequate service delivery in the City of TshwaneNtumbaMthokozisiDr. Dumisani MagadlelaPerformance-service delivery, correlation, leadershipLink to document
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2020MastersThe performance of higher education institutions in the United Arab Emirates in web-based international rankingsNelEmmerentiaProfessor Steyn Heckroodt, PhDRankings; higher education; WebometricsLink to document
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2020MastersBiodiversity business innovations: a case study of Akagera National Park, RwandaNasasiraRichardProf. Paul SinghBiodiversity, Biodiversity Business, Ecosystem Services, Tourism, National ParksLink to document
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2020MastersEvaluating leadership collaboration within an emerging customer-centric insurance organisationMoodleyTharshanA VermaakLeadership, Collaboration, Insurance, Customer-centricity.Link to document
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2020MastersSchool Governing Body’s perceptions about learners’ academic performances: case of selected schools in Waterberg districtMadelaSeanokeng JuliaProf. Percy Sepeng, PhDLeadership, Dysfunctional/Underperforming schools, School Governing Body, governance structureLink to document
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2020MastersThe interface between strategy and the six pillars of the organisation: exploring operational efficiency at Air NamibiaHamatwiNdapandohamba JoannaProf. Krishna GovenderAir Namibia, operations efficiency, strategy, six pillars, structure, people, process, systems, technology, innovationLink to document
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2020MastersThe relationship between graduate attributes and the needs of the banking sectorGoddardRichardP. du ToitProf. K.K. GovenderGraduate attributes, banking sectorLink to document
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2020MastersCritical thinking skills: building a foundation for managerial leaderBerkowitzAdrienne BarbaraBenjamin Anderson, PhDManagerial Leadership, Critical Thinking, Agility, Engagement, Alignment.Link to document
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2020MastersService quality and student satisfaction at a private higher education institution in South AfricaBechooNiradnaProf. Krishna K. GovenderService quality, satisfaction; private higher educationLink to document
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2020MastersEmploying human resources analytics tools to improve employee recruitment and selection in a large South Africa financial services providerRamoutharYuvisthiJ.J. Mgwenya, PhDHR Analytics, Analytics, Technology Acceptance Model, Recruitment, Recruitment analyticsLink to document
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2020MastersThe identification of future technological operational business needs for a sustainable competitive advantageRaathFrederik Quinton LeidingP du Toit (MSc)Technology, operations, business needs, sustainable competitive advantageLink to document
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2020MastersEvaluating leadership collaboration within an emerging customer-centric insurance organisationMoodleyTharshanA VermaakLeadership collaboration, customer-centric, customer-centricity, insurance organisationLink to document
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2020MastersSchool Governing Body’s perceptions about learners’ academic performances: case of selected schools in Waterberg districtMadelaJuliaPercy Sepeng (PhD)Leadership, dysfunctional/underperforming schools, School Governing Body, governance structureLink to document
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2020MastersThe relationship between the graduate attributes of employed graduates and the needs of the banking sectorGoddardRichardP du ToitGraduate attributes, employed graduates, banking sectorLink to document
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2020MastersThe impact of administration processes of construction contracts on major refurbishment projects at a state-owned energy utility in South AfricaMasoeuJacob LempetjeM.F. Tshehla, PhDD.M. Moller, PhDAdherence, administration, construction contracts, execution, objective, process, refurbishment projectsLink to document
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2020MastersFactors preventing the adoption of the Internet of Things by medium enterprises in the automotive components manufacturing industry in JohannesburgSaibAbdool KhaderProf. Joel ChigadaInternet of Things, Fourth Industrial Revolution, TelecommunicationsLink to document
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2020MastersThe impact of administration processes of construction contracts on major refurbishment projects at a state-owned energy utility in South AfricaMasoeuJacob LempetjeM.F. Tshehla, PhDD.M. Moller, PhDAdherence, administration, construction contracts, execution, objective, process, refurbishment projectsLink to document
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2020MastersFactors preventing the adoption of the Internet of Things by medium enterprises in the automotive components manufacturing industry in JohannesburgSaibAbdool KhaderProf. Joel ChigadaInternet of Things, Fourth Industrial Revolution, TelecommunicationsLink to document
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2020MastersThe validations of future technological operational business needs for sustainable competitive advantageRaathFrederik Quinton LeidingP. J. Du Toit, MBLChange management, customer-centric, effectivity, operational environment, organisational cultureLink to document
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2020MastersCorrelation between performance of the Human Settlements Department and inadequate service delivery in the City of TshwaneNtumbaMthokozisiDr. Dumisani MagadlelaPerformance-service delivery, correlation, leadershipLink to document
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2020MastersThe performance of higher education institutions in the United Arab Emirates in web-based international rankingsNelEmmerentiaProfessor Steyn Heckroodt, PhDRankings; higher education; WebometricsLink to document
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2020MastersBiodiversity business innovations: a case study of Akagera National Park, RwandaNasasiraRichardProf. Paul SinghBiodiversity, Biodiversity Business, Ecosystem Services, Tourism, National ParksLink to document
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2020MastersEvaluating leadership collaboration within an emerging customer-centric insurance organisationMoodleyTharshanA VermaakLeadership, Collaboration, Insurance, Customer-centricity.Link to document
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2020MastersSchool Governing Body’s perceptions about learners’ academic performances: case of selected schools in Waterberg districtMadelaSeanokeng JuliaProf. Percy Sepeng, PhDLeadership, Dysfunctional/Underperforming schools, School Governing Body, governance structureLink to document
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2020MastersThe interface between strategy and the six pillars of the organisation: exploring operational efficiency at Air NamibiaHamatwiNdapandohamba JoannaProf. Krishna GovenderAir Namibia, operations efficiency, strategy, six pillars, structure, people, process, systems, technology, innovationLink to document
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2020MastersThe relationship between graduate attributes and the needs of the banking sectorGoddardRichardP. du ToitProf. K.K. GovenderGraduate attributes, banking sectorLink to document
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2020MastersCritical thinking skills: building a foundation for managerial leaderBerkowitzAdrienne BarbaraBenjamin Anderson, PhDManagerial Leadership, Critical Thinking, Agility, Engagement, Alignment.Link to document
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2020MastersService quality and student satisfaction at a private higher education institution in South AfricaBechooNiradnaProf. Krishna K. GovenderService quality, satisfaction; private higher educationLink to document
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2020MastersEmploying human resources analytics tools to improve employee recruitment and selection in a large South Africa financial services providerRamoutharYuvisthiJ.J. Mgwenya, PhDHR Analytics, Analytics, Technology Acceptance Model, Recruitment, Recruitment analyticsLink to document
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2020MastersThe identification of future technological operational business needs for a sustainable competitive advantageRaathFrederik Quinton LeidingP du Toit (MSc)Technology, operations, business needs, sustainable competitive advantageLink to document
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2020MastersEvaluating leadership collaboration within an emerging customer-centric insurance organisationMoodleyTharshanA VermaakLeadership collaboration, customer-centric, customer-centricity, insurance organisationLink to document
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2020MastersSchool Governing Body’s perceptions about learners’ academic performances: case of selected schools in Waterberg districtMadelaJuliaPercy Sepeng (PhD)Leadership, dysfunctional/underperforming schools, School Governing Body, governance structureLink to document
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2020MastersThe relationship between the graduate attributes of employed graduates and the needs of the banking sectorGoddardRichardP du ToitGraduate attributes, employed graduates, banking sectorLink to document
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2020MastersAn exploration of mentorship for equestrian coaches in South AfricaBartlettRosemary AntoinetteL Van Hoek, PhDEquestrian sport, mentorship; coaching, learning, professional coaches, non-professional coachesLink to document
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2020MastersAn exploration on mentorship for equestrian coaches in South AfricaBartlettRosemary AntoinetteL Van Hoek, PhDEquestrian sport, mentorship, coaching, learning, professional coaches, non-professional coachesLink to document
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2019MastersA case for implementing project management principles in the maintenance division at ESKOMFunekaVictorMr Azwimbavhi MamanyuhaProject management, coordination, skills, technical, management
principles
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The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2019MastersAsset infrastructure management in Limpopo operating unit: an ESKOM surveyManagaVhulahani MargaretDr Anton ManeschijnAsset infrastructure management, operating unit, ESKOMLink to document
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2019MastersAnalysing and optimising investor services business back-office processesMorganPatrickAndre Vermaak, MSc, MBLInvestor services, business back-office, processesLink to document
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2019MastersExploring the value of project management office in an organisationShaMuhammed Fazlur Rahman EbrahimME Herselman, PhDValue, project management office, organisationsLink to document
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2019MastersMeasuring the effectiveness of microlearning: a South African retail bank studyMaddenMerylC Stoltz-Urban, PhDMeasurement, effectiveness, microlearning, retail bankLink to document
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2019MastersEfficiencies from smart assets management in the electrical distribution industrySekobotoMalefaneDr Ismail Poolo, PhDEfficiencies, smart assets management, electrical distribution industryLink to document
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2019MastersExploring school leavers and employers views on youth unemploymentJacobsJamieAndre Vermaak, MSc, MBLSchool leavers, employers, views, youth unemploymentLink to document
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2019MastersA process model for conformance of health information systems: towards national interoperabilityChettyDhayalanA Botha, PhDProcess model, conformance, health information systems, national interoperabilityLink to document
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2019MastersAn opportunity analysis and engagement framework for manufacturing operations management systemsVan Der WaltCornelisGreg Tosen, MScOpportunity analysis, engagement framework, manufacturing operations management systemsLink to document
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2019MastersExploring the usefulness of uplift modelling in direct marketingMayesCindy-LeeDr Andries Van Der Linde, PhDUsefulness, uplift modelling, direct marketingLink to document
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2019MastersThe application of agile principles and practices in a projects environment in South Africa: a bank studyNolanCarlProf Rabelani Dagada, PhDApplication, agile principles, practices, projects environmentLink to document
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2019MastersA case for implementing project management principles in the maintenance division at ESKOMFunekaVictorMr Azwimbavhi MamanyuhaProject management, coordination, skills, technical, management
principles
Link to document
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2019MastersAsset infrastructure management in Limpopo operating unit: an ESKOM surveyManagaVhulahani MargaretDr Anton ManeschijnAsset infrastructure management, operating unit, ESKOMLink to documentf
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2019MastersAnalysing and optimising investor services business back-office processesMorganPatrickAndre Vermaak, MSc, MBLInvestor services, business back-office, processesLink to document
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2019MastersExploring the value of project management office in an organisationShaMuhammed Fazlur Rahman EbrahimME Herselman, PhDValue, project management office, organisationsLink to document
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2019MastersMeasuring the effectiveness of microlearning: a South African retail bank studyMaddenMerylC Stoltz-Urban, PhDMeasurement, effectiveness, microlearning, retail bankLink to document
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2019MastersEfficiencies from smart assets management in the electrical distribution industrySekobotoMalefaneDr Ismail Poolo, PhDEfficiencies, smart assets management, electrical distribution industryLink to document
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2019MastersExploring school leavers and employers views on youth unemploymentJacobsJamieAndre Vermaak, MSc, MBLSchool leavers, employers, views, youth unemploymentLink to document
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2019MastersA process model for conformance of health information systems: towards national interoperabilityChettyDhayalanA Botha, PhDProcess model, conformance, health information systems, national interoperabilityLink to document
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2019MastersAn opportunity analysis and engagement framework for manufacturing operations management systemsVan Der WaltCornelisGreg Tosen, MScOpportunity analysis, engagement framework, manufacturing operations management systemsLink to document
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2019MastersExploring the usefulness of uplift modelling in direct marketingMayesCindy-LeeDr Andries Van Der Linde, PhDUsefulness, uplift modelling, direct marketingLink to document
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2019MastersThe application of agile principles and practices in a projects environment in South Africa: a bank studyNolanCarlProf Rabelani Dagada, PhDApplication, agile principles, practices, projects environmentLink to document
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2018MastersInternal auditing of integrated management system: a Transnet freight rail surveyManthataReginald SiphoJohn July MgwenyaInternal auditing, integrated management system, Transnet, freight railLink to document
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2018MastersLeadership styles of executive and management teams: a post-merger responseSteenekampPiersRonel Blom, PhDLeadership, merger and acquisition, situational leadership, transformational leadershipLink to document
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2018MastersPerformance excellence and integrated management systems: a national nuclear regulator case studyKoteNontsikeleloRica Viljoen, DBLIntegrated management systems, proposition, integration;
levels of integration, excellence, ISO 9001, ISO 14001, IAEA, nuclear
regulation, ROI
Link to document
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2018MastersEffective border facilitation through social and technological innovation: a case of Beitbridge Border Post, ZimbabweJohwaNesbertPC Muchineripi, PhDBorder facilitation, social and technological innovation, Beitbridge Border Post, ZimbabweLink to document
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2018MastersIdentification of skills needed by employers: an insurance sector case studySheopershadNerissaR Rajab, PhDSkills, employers, employment, insurance sectorLink to document
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2018MastersCorporate innovation: integrated systems thinking and business architecturePienaarMariusGreg Tosen, MScCorporate innovation, integrated systems thinking, business architectureLink to document
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2018MastersEvaluation of a transformation programme within a public utilityMashaMagauwan JoshuaRica Viljoen, DBLGerrit Walters, MBATransformation programme, effectiveness, failure, success, change
models, evaluation, leadership.
Link to document
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2018MastersRetrenchment and staff morale: considerations for change managementBruwerLindaSydney Shipham, PhDRetrenchments, staff morale, change managementLink to document
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2018MastersRetiree succession planning in addressing transformation: a South African financial services case studyHollisLiesel NoleenL Chipunza, PhDN Morrison, MScSuccession planning, retirement, demographic transformation, future skills,
diversity
Link to document
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2018MastersImpact of scope change on engineering projectsKhebeniKhayalethu RobertA Maneschijn, PhDScope change, engineering projectsLink to document
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2018MastersThe adoption of self-service terminals in rural areas: a First National Bank studyKalianKamal DhirooProf M TshehlaSelf-service terminals, rural areas, First National Bank, FNBLink to document
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2018MastersSkills development within state owned enterprises: an implementation frameworkDu BuissonIngridCarin Stoltz-Urban, PhDSkills development, state owned enterprisesLink to document
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2018MastersThe strategic role of Chief Information Officer within business: an exploratory studyNadarFranAndre Vermaak, MSc, MBLChief Information Officer, businessesLink to document
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2018MastersImpediments to participation of unemployed women of Ganyesa and Morokweng in the sericulture industry of South AfricaMantagaleKgaditse FaithA Mushunje, PhDImpediments, participation, unemployed women, Ganyesa, Morokweng, sericulture industry, unemploymentLink to document
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2018MastersThe South African Police Service and the cybercrime phenomenon: an exploratory studyMahlanguElijaAndre Vermaak, MSc, MBLSouth African Police Service, SAPS, cybercrime phenomenonLink to document
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2018MastersIntegration of occupational health and safety into project lifecycles: an ESKOM studyPillayCandice IshvaryDr Lunga Msengana, (Pr Tech Eng), M.Inst.DRobin Pillay, MTechIntegration, occupational health, safety, project lifecycles, ESKOMLink to document
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2018MastersInternal auditing of integrated management system: a Transnet freight rail surveyManthataReginald SiphoJohn July MgwenyaInternal auditing, integrated management system, Transnet, freight railLink to document
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2018MastersLeadership styles of executive and management teams: a post-merger responseSteenekampPiersRonel Blom, PhDLeadership, merger and acquisition, situational leadership, transformational leadershipLink to document
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2018MastersPerformance excellence and integrated management systems: a national nuclear regulator case studyKoteNontsikeleloRica Viljoen, DBLIntegrated management systems, proposition, integration;
levels of integration, excellence, ISO 9001, ISO 14001, IAEA, nuclear
regulation, ROI
Link to document
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2018MastersEffective border facilitation through social and technological innovation: a case of Beitbridge Border Post, ZimbabweJohwaNesbertPC Muchineripi, PhDBorder facilitation, social and technological innovation, Beitbridge Border Post, ZimbabweLink to document
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2018MastersIdentification of skills needed by employers: an insurance sector case studySheopershadNerissaR Rajab, PhDSkills, employers, employment, insurance sectorLink to document
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2018MastersCorporate innovation: integrated systems thinking and business architecturePienaarMariusGreg Tosen, MScCorporate innovation, integrated systems thinking, business architectureLink to document
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2018MastersEvaluation of a transformation programme within a public utilityMashaMagauwan JoshuaRica Viljoen, DBLGerrit Walters, MBATransformation programme, effectiveness, failure, success, change
models, evaluation, leadership.
Link to document
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2018MastersRetrenchment and staff morale: considerations for change managementBruwerLindaSydney Shipham, PhDRetrenchments, staff morale, change managementLink to document
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2018MastersRetiree succession planning in addressing transformation: a South African financial services case studyHollisLiesel NoleenL Chipunza, PhDN Morrison, MScSuccession planning, retirement, demographic transformation, future skills, diversityLink to document
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2018MastersImpact of scope change on engineering projectsKhebeniKhayalethu RobertA Maneschijn, PhDScope change, engineering projectsLink to document
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2018MastersThe adoption of self-service terminals in rural areas: a First National Bank studyKalianKamal DhirooProf M TshehlaSelf-service terminals, rural areas, First National Bank, FNBLink to document
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2018MastersSkills development within state owned enterprises: an implementation frameworkDu BuissonIngridCarin Stoltz-Urban, PhDSkills development, state owned enterprisesLink to document
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2018MastersThe strategic role of Chief Information Officer within business: an exploratory studyNadarFranAndre Vermaak, MSc, MBLChief Information Officer, businessesLink to document
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2018MastersImpediments to participation of unemployed women of Ganyesa and Morokweng in the sericulture industry of South AfricaMantagaleKgaditse FaithA Mushunje, PhDImpediments, participation, unemployed women, Ganyesa, Morokweng, sericulture industry, unemploymentLink to document
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2018MastersThe South African Police Service and the cybercrime phenomenon: an exploratory studyMahlanguElijaAndre Vermaak, MSc, MBLSouth African Police Service, SAPS, cybercrime phenomenonLink to document
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2018MastersIntegration of occupational health and safety into project lifecycles: an ESKOM studyPillayCandice IshvaryDr Lunga Msengana, (Pr Tech Eng), M.Inst.DRobin Pillay, MTechIntegration, occupational health, safety, project lifecycles, ESKOMLink to document
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2017MastersPractices, barriers and consequences of existing skills development in South Africa: a systems thinking perspectivesCronjeElmarieProf Bernie van ZijlM Smits, MBASkills development, systems thinking perspectivesLink to document
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2017MastersTesting the amplify framework: a strategy making diagnostic toolWilhelmDominicAndre Vermaak, MSc, MBLAmplify framework, strategy making diagnostic toolLink to document
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2017MastersPersonal significance: a foundational element of a learning architecture to enable learners to co-create work realities within a new world of workBrunetteCliffordRica Viljoen, DBLDerek Shirley, DLitt et PhilPersonal significance in learning, learning architecture, co-create work realities, learning-centric training, multi-frame thinking, VUCA, new world of work, self-efficacyLink to document
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2017MastersStrategies towards the development of safety cultures: an ESKOM nuclear new build project surveyMbuyisaCletusAttilio Dalvit, MScMark Gordon, PhDSafety cultures, ESKOM, nuclear, build projectLink to document
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2017MastersAn assessment of learning and development and change on employee engagementMakanChelouiseRoland Darlington, MComStefan Brandt, MScLearning and development, change, employee engagementLink to document
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2017MastersProject management and procurement: an ESKOM surveyDu PlooyChantalDrikus de Beer, MScProject management, procurement, ESKOMLink to document
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2017MastersThe influence of regulatory frameworks on marketing strategies within the South African life insurance industry: a South African case studyJoubertBiancaS Lloyd, PhDRegulatory frameworks, marketing strategies, life insurance industryLink to document
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2017MastersThe use of social media as a strategy tool within Rand Air: a surveyThorneByroneAP Vermaak, MSc, MBLK CoetzerSocial media, Rand AirLink to document
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2017MastersPotential factors influencing business process management improvement in the public sector (South African Revenue Service)NaiduBeverly MayDr S SiphamJP MatthewsBusiness process management, public sector, South African Revenue Service, SARSLink to document
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2017MastersFirst-time pass rates of BGA solder joints in set top box assemblies: an Altech UEC studySchwagerAndreSarah Anne White, PhDRajesh RamkawalPass rates, BGA solder joints, set top box assemblies, Altech UECLink to document
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2017MastersBehavioural preferences of school leaders and the influence of these on learning and development during coaching within a leadership programmeNewbyAlison JoyIndividual coaching, team coaching, school leadership development, different behaviour preferences, leadership capacity building, insights discovery personality assessment tool, high povertyLink to document
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2017MastersPredictors for dysfunctional software: a global surveyNaidooAnneleenAttilio Dalvit, MScDysfunctional softwareLink to document
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2017MastersAn operational business model for TELKOM back office transformation: HR taxonomy applicationReddiarZain DonnovanN Chiliya, PhDOperational business model, TELKOM, back office transformation, HR taxonomy applicationLink to document
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2017MastersAn integrated innovation governance framework: 12GFPadayacheeYosheenDr M Dumaintegrated innovation governance framework, 12GFLink to document
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2017MastersThe influence of policy on prepaid card adoption across industry sectors within South AfricaPadayacheeVanithaProf Richard Chinomona, PhDPolicy, prepaid card adoption, industry sectorsLink to document
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2017MastersForeign material and transformer-related failure: optimisation of the transformer and switchgear services within ESKOMRasilalumeTendani EzekielV Lawrence, PhDPTM Khumalo, BSc (Hons)Foreign material, transformer-related failure, transformers, switchgear services, ESKOMLink to document
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2017MastersThe source of accidents associated with trackless mobile machines at open-cast surface mines in South Africa: a case study of the Northern Cape provinceKoahoTauGerhard Janse Van Rensburg, PhDEgorogile MatolongAccidents, trackless mobile machines, open-cast surface minesLink to document
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2017MastersFactors influencing the unbanked from banking: an exploratory study within First National BankNtwanaSibonisoDr Norman ChiliyaBanking, First National Bank, FNBLink to document
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2017MastersProductising a knowledge intensive business service (KIBS): a case study in software content developmentSaundersRoss GaryA Vermaak, MSc, MBLR Segal, CA(SA)Productising, knowledge intensive business service, KIBS, in software content developmentLink to document
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2017MastersTo examine the benefits of using project life cycle model in project management: a survey within ESKOM power delivery projectsMolahlehiPule JohannesDr Anton ManeschijnMr Len TurnerProject life cycle model, project management, ESKOM, power delivery projectsLink to document
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2017MastersAttention to Internet protocol technology: skills and training requirements in the private branch exchange telecommunication environmentJanse van RensburgNicholeneR Abrahams, PhDInternet protocol technology, skills, training, private branch exchange, telecommunicationLink to document
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2017MastersThe relationship between downsizing communication and employee performance at MTN South AfricaMakgolaneMaureen MatlaleRichard Chinomona, PhDDean Strooh, BCom (Hons)Downsizing communication, employee performance, MTNLink to document
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2017MastersBoardroom conundrum: building sustainable in-country African FirstRand businessesMafisaMasilo WilliamGreg Tosen, MScDiana Acosta-Alarcon, MScBoardroom conundrum, sustainable in-country African FirstRand, businessesLink to document
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2017MastersLeadership regeneration within the performing arts: a South African perspectiveDesandoMarcusCharlene Downing, PhDLeadership regeneration, performing artsLink to document
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2017MastersThe effect of small-scale embedded power generation on the distribution of electricity: an ESKOM surveyDu PlooyJacoLyon Van Der Merwe, DEngSmall-scale, embedded power generation, distribution of electricity, ESKOMLink to document
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2017MastersImpact of safety initiatives within a South African construction company Aveng Grinaker-LTAVan WyngaardtJacobus JohannesDr Sidney ShiphamM TurnbullSafety, construction company, Aveng Grinaker-LTALink to document
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2017MastersAn operational business model for TELKOM back office transformation: HR taxonomy applicationReddiarZain DonnovanN Chiliya, PhDOperational business model, TELKOM, back office transformation, HR taxonomy applicationLink to document
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2017MastersAn integrated innovation governance framework: 12GFPadayacheeYosheenDr M Dumaintegrated innovation governance framework, 12GFLink to document
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2017MastersThe influence of policy on prepaid card adoption across industry sectors within South AfricaPadayacheeVanithaProf Richard Chinomona, PhDPolicy, prepaid card adoption, industry sectorsLink to document
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2017MastersForeign material and transformer-related failure: optimisation of the transformer and switchgear services within ESKOMRasilalumeTendani EzekielV Lawrence, PhDPTM Khumalo, BSc (Hons)Foreign material, transformer-related failure, transformers, switchgear services, ESKOMLink to document
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2017MastersThe source of accidents associated with trackless mobile machines at open-cast surface mines in South Africa: a case study of the Northern Cape provinceKoahoTauGerhard Janse Van Rensburg, PhDEgorogile MatolongAccidents, trackless mobile machines, open-cast surface minesLink to document
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2017MastersFactors influencing the unbanked from banking: an exploratory study within First National BankNtwanaSibonisoDr Norman ChiliyaBanking, First National Bank, FNBLink to document
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2017MastersProductising a knowledge intensive business service (KIBS): a case study in software content developmentSaundersRoss GaryA Vermaak, MSc, MBLR Segal, CA(SA)Productising, knowledge intensive business service, KIBS, in software content developmentLink to document
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2017MastersTo examine the benefits of using project life cycle model in project management: a survey within ESKOM power delivery projectsMolahlehiPule JohannesDr Anton ManeschijnMr Len TurnerProject life cycle model, project management, ESKOM, power delivery projectsLink to document
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2017MastersAttention to Internet protocol technology: skills and training requirements in the private branch exchange telecommunication environmentJanse van RensburgNicholeneR Abrahams, PhDInternet protocol technology, skills, training, private branch exchange, telecommunicationLink to document
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2017MastersThe relationship between downsizing communication and employee performance at MTN South AfricaMakgolaneMaureen MatlaleRichard Chinomona, PhDDean Strooh, BCom (Hons)Downsizing communication, employee performance, MTNLink to document
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2017MastersBoardroom conundrum: building sustainable in-country African FirstRand businessesMafisaMasilo WilliamGreg Tosen, MScDiana Acosta-Alarcon, MScBoardroom conundrum, sustainable in-country African FirstRand, businessesLink to document
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2017MastersLeadership regeneration within the performing arts: a South African perspectiveDesandoMarcusCharlene Downing, PhDLeadership regeneration, performing artsLink to document
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2017MastersThe effect of small-scale embedded power generation on the distribution of electricity: an ESKOM surveyDu PlooyJacoLyon Van Der Merwe, DEngSmall-scale, embedded power generation, distribution of electricity, ESKOMLink to document
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2017MastersImpact of safety initiatives within a South African construction company Aveng Grinaker-LTAVan WyngaardtJacobus JohannesDr Sidney ShiphamM TurnbullSafety, construction company, Aveng Grinaker-LTALink to document
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2017MastersPractices, barriers and consequences of existing skills development in South Africa: a systems thinking perspectivesCronjeElmarieProf Bernie van ZijlM Smits, MBASkills development, systems thinking perspectivesLink to document
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2017MastersTesting the amplify framework: a strategy making diagnostic toolWilhelmDominicAndre Vermaak, MSc, MBLAmplify framework, strategy making diagnostic toolLink to document
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2017MastersPersonal significance: a foundational element of a learning architecture to enable learners to co-create work realities within a new world of workBrunetteCliffordRica Viljoen, DBLDerek Shirley, DLitt et PhilPersonal significance in learning, learning architecture, co-create work realities, learning-centric training, multi-frame thinking, VUCA, new world of work, self-efficacyLink to document
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2017MastersStrategies towards the development of safety cultures: an ESKOM nuclear new build project surveyMbuyisaCletusAttilio Dalvit, MScMark Gordon, PhDSafety cultures, ESKOM, nuclear, build projectLink to document
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2017MastersAn assessment of learning and development and change on employee engagementMakanChelouiseRoland Darlington, MComStefan Brandt, MScLearning and development, change, employee engagementLink to document
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2017MastersProject management and procurement: an ESKOM surveyDu PlooyChantalDrikus de Beer, MScProject management, procurement, ESKOMLink to document
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2017MastersThe influence of regulatory frameworks on marketing strategies within the South African life insurance industry: a South African case studyJoubertBiancaS Lloyd, PhDRegulatory frameworks, marketing strategies, life insurance industryLink to document
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2017MastersThe use of social media as a strategy tool within Rand Air: a surveyThorneByroneAP Vermaak, MSc, MBLK CoetzerSocial media, Rand AirLink to document
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2017MastersPotential factors influencing business process management improvement in the public sector (South African Revenue Service)NaiduBeverly MayDr S SiphamJP MatthewsBusiness process management, public sector, South African Revenue Service, SARSLink to document
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2017MastersFirst-time pass rates of BGA solder joints in set top box assemblies: an Altech UEC studySchwagerAndreSarah Anne White, PhDRajesh RamkawalPass rates, BGA solder joints, set top box assemblies, Altech UECLink to document
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2017MastersBehavioural preferences of school leaders and the influence of these on learning and development during coaching within a leadership programmeNewbyAlison JoyIndividual coaching, team coaching, school leadership development, different behaviour preferences, leadership capacity building, insights discovery personality assessment tool, high povertyLink to document
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2017MastersPredictors for dysfunctional software: a global surveyNaidooAnneleenAttilio Dalvit, MScDysfunctional softwareLink to document
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2016MastersAssessing the effectiveness and efficiency of the procurement function as it relates to project execution within EskomKhumaloMoses Sipho NkonzoDr A. van der LindeDr M.F. TshehlaProcurement function, execution, Eskom
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2016MastersThe evaluation of a cost estimation system within Eskom: A SurveyLehasaNompumelelo MariaDr A. VermaakMr C. PotgieterCost estimation system, Eskom
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2016MastersLeadership development: An energy utility perspective with specific reference to Eskom South AfricaBuysStefanus DaniëlMr R. Page-ShippMr N. SokhuluLeadership development, energy utility, Eskom
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2016MastersAdoption of end-to-end encryption and tokenization technologies in South Africa: A South African case studyReelSheenaMr Q. LaljitMr P. DevineEnd-to-end encryption, tokenization technologies
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2016MastersFrom Land Reform to Land Reform: The Bende-Nyangui Community case study for social and economic transformationMunyakaRaymondDr P.C. MuchineripiDr S.M. KadaLand Reform, social and economic transformation
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2016MastersUtilization of automated coal blending and quality monitoring systems to improve plant performance and containment of costs within EskomMasangoAbram AbieDr A.M. MonarengMs L.A. LeboelaAutomation, coal blending, quality monitoring systems, plant performance, containment, costs, Eskom
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2016MastersTransforming rural people’s livelihoods by using alternative sources of energy - The case of the Magaya Village in ZimbabweMakuvazaSamuelDr S. KadaDr P.C. MuchineripiTransformation, rural people, livelihoods, alternative sources, energy
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2016MastersTransformation of rural communities and migrating human resources: Creating sustainable linkagesMakaringaAlexanderDr R. ViljoenDr S. KadaTransformation, rural communities, migrating human resources, sustainable linkages
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2016MastersThe viability of innovative finance models for mixed-use property developments in South Africa: An explorative studyKatzEli RonenDr L. MeyerMr G. MavungaInnovative finance models, mixed-use property developments,
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2016MastersA culture of innovation – The key to the survival of the Zimbabwe motor industry in the face of globalizationKangoniJeremyDr P.C. MuchineripiDr S. KadaCulture of innovation, motor industry, globalization
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2016MastersThe use of Information Communication Technology as a strategy for improved business performance at a vehicle inspectorate department: A Zimbabwean studyJonheraTakaedzaDr P.C. MuchineripiDr S. KadaInformation Communication Technology, business performance, vehicle inspectorate department
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2016MastersUtilizing workplace simulators within the international logistics environment to increase performance and productivityFourieJulietteDr S.A. LloydMs C.F. KellyWorkplace simulators, international logistics, performance, productivity
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2016MastersUnderstanding the decision criteria utilized by Business Angels within South Africa: A systems perspectiveClaasenLlewellynDr R.J. PesicDr T. BrownDecision criteria, Business Angels
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2016MastersManufacturing in Zimbabwe: The Astra Paints Case Study for sustainable co-existenceChimandaMunyaradzi FidelisDr R. ViljoenDr S.M. KadaManufacturing, Astra Paints, sustainable co-existence
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2016MastersAction Management: Analysing and optimising business processesBurgerBenjamin FrederikMr A. VermaakDr L. BothaAction Management, business processes
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2016MastersCustomer service within the financial services sector: A First National Bank (FNB) studyBoschAubrey AlbertusDr L. ChipunzaMr C.J. GrovéCustomer service, financial services sector
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2016MastersInvestigating the readiness for implementing and sustaining an innovation culture: A Netcare 911 SurveyBlenniesVincentMr I. EngelbrechtInnovation culture, Netcare 911
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2016MastersThe role of transformational leadership and organisational commitment to enable technology solutions within the South African Revenue ServicesNaiduVernonProf C.M. SchultzDr R.J. CarolissenTransformational leadership, organisational commitment, technology solutions, South African Revenue Services
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2016MastersEmployee perception and organizational transformation within the public sector: A South African perspectiveKolanisiAndile MonwabisiDr R. ViljoenDr N.D. MakhadoEmployee perception, organizational transformation, public sector
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2016MastersThe success of spaza shop-owners and their contribution to socio -economic development: The case of the Langa townshipDe'AllendeKevin George JosephProf R. ThakathiMr I. MohamedSpaza shop-owners, socio -economic development, Langa township
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2016MastersDetermining the effect of employee empowerment on service quality and customer satisfaction: A South African Bureau of Standard (SABS) Case Study.MabeMadibi SannieMr D.M. MatsapolaMr J.S. MorobiEmployee empowerment, service quality, customer satisfaction, South African Bureau of Standard, (SABS)
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2016MastersFactors impacting on laboratory processes and turnaround time: A South African Bureau of Standards (SABS) Case StudyChaukeSybil Penelope Nodumo (Posthumus)Mr D.M. MatsapolaMr P. BroereLaboratories, turnaround time, South African Bureau of Standards, (SABS)
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2016MastersUtilising the balanced scorecard measurement for organizational performance: The Media, Information and Communication Technologies Sector Education and Training Authority (MICT SETA) Case StudyMopakiOupa FebruaryMr A MutonoBalanced scorecard measurement, organizational performance, Media, Information and Communication Technologies, Sector Education and Training Authority, (MICT SETA)
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2016MastersStakeholder engagement and the implementation of Social and Labour Plans (SLPs) within the Mining Sector: A South African Case StudyMdakaneBhekiDr L. MeyerDr F. MphephuStakeholder engagement, Social and Labour Plans, (SLPs), Mining Sector
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2016MastersDrivers for optimal total quality management within the ANC parliamentary contextMakamuNghezimani ElvisDr Colin SteynMr H.G. BaloyiDrivers, quality management, ANC, parliament
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2016MastersThe centralisation of Information Technology and the delivery of financial investment services: A Rand Merchant Bank Case StudySitiJohnDiana Acosta AlarconCentralisation, Information Technology, financial investment services, Rand Merchant Bank
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2016MastersA comparative analysis of a segmentation framework designed for Insurance Marketing and a traditional Banking Segmentation model: A South African Case StudyMohidienFarhaanaDr P. NaidooMr I. SokhuluSegmentation framework, Insurance Marketing, traditional Banking Segmentation model
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2016MastersComparing traditional rating based scorecard performance appraisals with outcomes based remuneration models: A Financial Services Sector perspectiveMahomedFaradhMr A. VermaakMrs P. RajmoneTraditional rating, scorecard performance appraisals, outcomes based remuneration models, Financial Services Sector
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2016MastersFactors affecting power delivery at an energy utility: An Eskom case studySethusaZanele CynthiaMr A. VermaakMr V. ShikoanaPower delivery, energy utility, Eskom
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2016MastersMaintenance strategies for enhanced customer support within Eskom: A systems perspectiveMbheleLindani WelcomeDr H. SmutsMr S. NgwenyaMaintenance strategies, customer support, Eskom
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2016MastersProject performance in executing capital projects: An Eskom Case StudyMareeYolandeDr R.B. van BuurenMr D. Du PlooyProject performance, capital projects, Eskom
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2016MastersThe role of transformational leadership and organisational commitment to enable technology solutions within the South African Revenue ServicesNaiduVernonProf C.M. SchultzDr R.J. CarolissenTransformational leadership, organisational commitment, technology solutions, South African Revenue Services
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2016MastersEmployee perception and organizational transformation within the public sector: A South African perspectiveKolanisiAndile MonwabisiDr R. ViljoenDr N.D. MakhadoEmployee perception, organizational transformation, public sector
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2016MastersThe success of spaza shop-owners and their contribution to socio -economic development: The case of the Langa townshipDe'AllendeKevin George JosephProf R. ThakathiMr I. MohamedSpaza shop-owners, socio -economic development, Langa township
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2016MastersDetermining the effect of employee empowerment on service quality and customer satisfaction: A South African Bureau of Standard (SABS) Case Study.MabeMadibi SannieMr D.M. MatsapolaMr J.S. MorobiEmployee empowerment, service quality, customer satisfaction, South African Bureau of Standard, (SABS)
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2016MastersFactors impacting on laboratory processes and turnaround time: A South African Bureau of Standards (SABS) Case StudyChaukeSybil Penelope Nodumo (Posthumus)Mr D.M. MatsapolaMr P. BroereLaboratories, turnaround time, South African Bureau of Standards, (SABS)
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2016MastersUtilising the balanced scorecard measurement for organizational performance: The Media, Information and Communication Technologies Sector Education and Training Authority (MICT SETA) Case StudyMopakiOupa FebruaryMr A MutonoBalanced scorecard measurement, organizational performance, Media, Information and Communication Technologies, Sector Education and Training Authority, (MICT SETA)
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2016MastersStakeholder engagement and the implementation of Social and Labour Plans (SLPs) within the Mining Sector: A South African Case StudyMdakaneBhekiDr L. MeyerDr F. MphephuStakeholder engagement, Social and Labour Plans, (SLPs), Mining Sector
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2016MastersDrivers for optimal total quality management within the ANC parliamentary contextMakamuNghezimani ElvisDr Colin SteynMr H.G. BaloyiDrivers, quality management, ANC, parliament
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2016MastersThe centralisation of Information Technology and the delivery of financial investment services: A Rand Merchant Bank Case StudySitiJohnDiana Acosta AlarconCentralisation, Information Technology, financial investment services, Rand Merchant Bank
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2016MastersA comparative analysis of a segmentation framework designed for Insurance Marketing and a traditional Banking Segmentation model: A South African Case StudyMohidienFarhaanaDr P. NaidooMr I. SokhuluSegmentation framework, Insurance Marketing, traditional Banking Segmentation model
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2016MastersComparing traditional rating based scorecard performance appraisals with outcomes based remuneration models: A Financial Services Sector perspectiveMahomedFaradhMr A. VermaakMrs P. RajmoneTraditional rating, scorecard performance appraisals, outcomes based remuneration models, Financial Services Sector
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2016MastersFactors affecting power delivery at an energy utility: An Eskom case studySethusaZanele CynthiaMr A. VermaakMr V. ShikoanaPower delivery, energy utility, Eskom
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2016MastersMaintenance strategies for enhanced customer support within Eskom: A systems perspectiveMbheleLindani WelcomeDr H. SmutsMr S. NgwenyaMaintenance strategies, customer support, Eskom
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2016MastersProject performance in executing capital projects: An Eskom Case StudyMareeYolandeDr R.B. van BuurenMr D. Du PlooyProject performance, capital projects, Eskom
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2016MastersAssessing the effectiveness and efficiency of the procurement function as it relates to project execution within EskomKhumaloMoses Sipho NkonzoDr A. van der LindeDr M.F. TshehlaProcurement function, execution, Eskom
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2016MastersThe evaluation of a cost estimation system within Eskom: A SurveyLehasaNompumelelo MariaDr A. VermaakMr C. PotgieterCost estimation system, Eskom
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2016MastersLeadership development: An energy utility perspective with specific reference to Eskom South AfricaBuysStefanus DaniëlMr R. Page-ShippMr N. SokhuluLeadership development, energy utility, Eskom
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2016MastersAdoption of end-to-end encryption and tokenization technologies in South Africa: A South African case studyReelSheenaMr Q. LaljitMr P. DevineEnd-to-end encryption, tokenization technologies
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2016MastersFrom Land Reform to Land Reform: The Bende-Nyangui Community case study for social and economic transformationMunyakaRaymondDr P.C. MuchineripiDr S.M. KadaLand Reform, social and economic transformation
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2016MastersUtilization of automated coal blending and quality monitoring systems to improve plant performance and containment of costs within EskomMasangoAbram AbieDr A.M. MonarengMs L.A. LeboelaAutomation, coal blending, quality monitoring systems, plant performance, containment, costs, Eskom
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2016MastersTransforming rural people’s livelihoods by using alternative sources of energy - The case of the Magaya Village in ZimbabweMakuvazaSamuelDr S. KadaDr P.C. MuchineripiTransformation, rural people, livelihoods, alternative sources, energy
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2016MastersTransformation of rural communities and migrating human resources: Creating sustainable linkagesMakaringaAlexanderDr R. ViljoenDr S. KadaTransformation, rural communities, migrating human resources, sustainable linkages
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2016MastersThe viability of innovative finance models for mixed-use property developments in South Africa: An explorative studyKatzEli RonenDr L. MeyerMr G. MavungaInnovative finance models, mixed-use property developments,
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2016MastersA culture of innovation – The key to the survival of the Zimbabwe motor industry in the face of globalizationKangoniJeremyDr P.C. MuchineripiDr S. KadaCulture of innovation, motor industry, globalization
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2016MastersThe use of Information Communication Technology as a strategy for improved business performance at a vehicle inspectorate department: A Zimbabwean studyJonheraTakaedzaDr P.C. MuchineripiDr S. KadaInformation Communication Technology, business performance, vehicle inspectorate department
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2016MastersUtilizing workplace simulators within the international logistics environment to increase performance and productivityFourieJulietteDr S.A. LloydMs C.F. KellyWorkplace simulators, international logistics, performance, productivity
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2016MastersUnderstanding the decision criteria utilized by Business Angels within South Africa: A systems perspectiveClaasenLlewellynDr R.J. PesicDr T. BrownDecision criteria, Business Angels
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2016MastersManufacturing in Zimbabwe: The Astra Paints Case Study for sustainable co-existenceChimandaMunyaradzi FidelisDr R. ViljoenDr S.M. KadaManufacturing, Astra Paints, sustainable co-existence
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2016MastersAction Management: Analysing and optimising business processesBurgerBenjamin FrederikMr A. VermaakDr L. BothaAction Management, business processes
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2015MastersDetermining why Water Service Authorities do not utilise the proficiency testing scheme of the South African Bureau of StandardsModikaConstanceMr M MatsapolaMr BM SehlapeloWater Service Authorities, proficiency testing scheme, South African Bureau of Standards
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2015MastersAssessing challenges facing fruit and vegetable street traders within South Africa : The Buffalo City Metro Municipality Case StudySeekoeLemone DanDr ThakathiMr M ClarkFruit, vegetable, street traders, Buffalo City Metro Municipality
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2015MastersEskom innovation expediting wealth creationRossouwAndré JohannesDr A van der LindeDr V LawrenceEskom, innovation, wealth creation
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2015MastersCreating an alternative model for leadership developmentRheederDenis IanDr D MagadlelaDr N LevyAlternative model, leadership development
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2015MastersCapturing critical pipeline failure data for optimal maintenance management of a water supply network: A Rand Water propositionKhanFaroukDr M de KockMr M HaffajeePipeline failure data, optimal maintenance management, water supply network, Rand Water
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2015MastersNear Field Communication (NFC) payment system implementation: An innovation perspectiveBangaarDhanumMr AP VermaakMr A GeorgievNear Field Communication (NFC), payment system implementation
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2015MastersPlanned behaviour as a predictor of flight performance: A South African Airline Case StudyPaulsenLouis MichaelDr R ViljoenProf JJL CoetzeePlanned behaviour, flight performance, South African Airline
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2015MastersThe Benefit of a Centre of Excellence in Outage Maintenance Management for Eskom’s Generation DivisionNelHendrik JacobusMr K GeversMr S WilliamsCentre of Excellence, Outage Maintenance Management, Eskom, Generation Division
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2015MastersGuidelines for sustainable Contract Management: A survey of Eskom’s coal-fired power stationsBothaRiaanDr MA MonarengDr R ClarkSustainable Contract Management, Eskom, coal-fired power stations
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2015MastersThe implementation standards of ISO9001 to reduce risk within Altech MultimediaNaidu-ChettyThavabashiniDr V NaiduImplementation standards, ISO9001, risk, Altech Multimedia
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2015MastersThe steady state electromagnetic and thermal effect of galvanised steel wires in low voltage (LV) single phase concentric cablesMunilallAnandranDr V LawrenceMr H ScholtzState electromagnetic, thermal effect, galvanised steel wires, low voltage (LV) single phase concentric cables
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2015MastersThe National Credit Act and rental companies: A retrospective analysisGreylingDorothy MargaretDr MG De KockMs B LoubserThe National Credit Act, rental companies
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2015MastersCustomer loyalty in a price sensitive market: The Rand-Air Case StudyCoetzeeKimDr MG De KockMr L ErasmusCustomer loyalty, price sensitive market, The Rand-Air
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2015MastersDetermining why Water Service Authorities do not utilise the proficiency testing scheme of the South African Bureau of StandardsModikaConstanceMr M MatsapolaMr BM SehlapeloWater Service Authorities, proficiency testing scheme, South African Bureau of Standards
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2015MastersAssessing challenges facing fruit and vegetable street traders within South Africa : The Buffalo City Metro Municipality Case StudySeekoeLemone DanDr ThakathiMr M ClarkFruit, vegetable, street traders, Buffalo City Metro Municipality
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2015MastersEskom innovation expediting wealth creationRossouwAndré JohannesDr A van der LindeDr V LawrenceEskom, innovation, wealth creation
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2015MastersCreating an alternative model for leadership developmentRheederDenis IanDr D MagadlelaDr N LevyAlternative model, leadership development
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2015MastersCapturing critical pipeline failure data for optimal maintenance management of a water supply network: A Rand Water propositionKhanFaroukDr M de KockMr M HaffajeePipeline failure data, optimal maintenance management, water supply network, Rand Water
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2015MastersNear Field Communication (NFC) payment system implementation: An innovation perspectiveBangaarDhanumMr AP VermaakMr A GeorgievNear Field Communication (NFC), payment system implementation
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2015MastersPlanned behaviour as a predictor of flight performance: A South African Airline Case StudyPaulsenLouis MichaelDr R ViljoenProf JJL CoetzeePlanned behaviour, flight performance, South African Airline
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2015MastersThe Benefit of a Centre of Excellence in Outage Maintenance Management for Eskom’s Generation DivisionNelHendrik JacobusMr K GeversMr S WilliamsSustainable Contract Management, Eskom, coal-fired power stationsx
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2015MastersGuidelines for sustainable Contract Management: A survey of Eskom’s coal-fired power stationsBothaRiaanDr MA MonarengDr R ClarkSustainable Contract Management, Eskom, coal-fired power stations
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2015MastersThe implementation standards of ISO9001 to reduce risk within Altech MultimediaNaidu-ChettyThavabashiniDr V NaiduImplementation standards, ISO9001, risk, Altech Multimedia
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2015MastersThe steady state electromagnetic and thermal effect of galvanised steel wires in low voltage (LV) single phase concentric cablesMunilallAnandranDr V LawrenceMr H ScholtzState electromagnetic, thermal effect, galvanised steel wires, low voltage (LV) single phase concentric cables
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2015MastersThe National Credit Act and rental companies: A retrospective analysisGreylingDorothy MargaretDr MG De KockMs B LoubserThe National Credit Act, rental companies
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2015MastersCustomer loyalty in a price sensitive market: The Rand-Air Case StudyCoetzeeKimDr MG De KockMr L ErasmusCustomer loyalty, price sensitive market, The Rand-Air
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2014MastersProcurement supply chain management processes for business optimisation within the South African Bureau of StandardsShongweNqobizwe MbebezeliDr F TerblanchéDr V LawrenceProcurement supply chain management, business optimisation, South African Bureau of Standards
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2014MastersExploring avenues for effective growth strategies: A South African Bureau of Standards SurveyMnisiSeth SibakuzaDr F TerblanchéMr B GrahamEffective growth strategies, South African Bureau of Standards
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2014MastersEfficiency and sustainability of safety cultures within the aviation industry: The contributing role of executive managementScholzVelma VeroniqueDr M De KockDr A De KockEfficiency, sustainability, safety cultures, aviation industry, executive management
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2014MastersMental models of pilots: A phenomenological perspective in identifying the ideal aviatorMaraisIvorDr B PeensDr N CookeMental models, pilots, ideal aviator
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2014MastersHuman factors in advanced technology cockpit aircraftJacksonDavid GordonDr M De KockMr M ClarkHuman factors, advanced technology, cockpit, aircraft
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2014MastersFatigue in helicopter night operationsBezuidenhoutJacobusDr M De KockMr A CoetzeeFatigue, helicopter, night operations
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2014MastersEstimate review and validation: A critical perspective within Eskom Capital ProjectsRipingaXolane GoodwillMr A DalvitMr M BisaniEstimate review, validation, Eskom, Capital Projects
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2014MastersThe quality and reliability of electricity supply: A line inspection and maintenance perspectivePramjeethNivanMr A DalvitMr R KodiQuality, reliability, electricity supply, line inspection, maintenance
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2014MastersKnowledge management in a project environment: An Eskom power delivery projects surveyMarshallFrancois JacobusDr F TerblanchéMr L TurnerKnowledge management, project environment, Eskom, power delivery projects
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2014MastersPublic and Private Enterprise: A review of finance and accountabilityNaidooVernonDr M SerfonteinMr P KanaPublic and Private Enterprise, finance, accountability
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2014MastersThe role and relevance of benchmarking in information intensive organisationsMeyersonBramDr Rica ViljoenDr L De SwardtBenchmarking, information intensive organisations
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2014MastersA critical review of the leadership perspectives concerning the socio-economic realities in South Africa as an emerging economyGeorgeDennis HenryDr C SteynDr L MeyerLeadership perspectives, socio-economic realities, emerging economy
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2014MastersA framework for improving knowledge management in a systems integration organisationViviersCelésteMr C BothaMr H BredellKnowledge management, systems integration organisation
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2014MastersDeveloping a decision-making framework for cloud services in the banking industry: A South African case studyPillaiKarthigasen RajooDr D BurgerMr J KlutDecision-making framework, cloud services, banking industry
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2014MastersIntegrated Development Environments (IDE) usability evaluation through training: An Atmel case studyNilsenGlenDr C SteynMr J FogelinIntegrated Development Environments (IDE), usability evaluation, training, Atmel
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2014MastersOptimisation of organisation culture in a development finance institution environmentNiebuhrGeertruidaDr R. ViljoenDr P JohlOrganisation culture, development finance institution
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2014MastersEngaging emotional intelligence and resilience for innovation: A study in the Industrial Development CorporationBreedtJanineDr R. ViljoenMrs M Le RouxEmotional intelligence, resilience, innovation, Industrial Development Corporation
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2014MastersProcurement supply chain management processes for business optimisation within the South African Bureau of StandardsShongweNqobizwe MbebezeliDr F TerblanchéDr V LawrenceProcurement supply chain management, business optimisation, South African Bureau of Standards
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2014MastersExploring avenues for effective growth strategies: A South African Bureau of Standards SurveyMnisiSeth SibakuzaDr F TerblanchéMr B GrahamEffective growth strategies, South African Bureau of Standards
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2014MastersEfficiency and sustainability of safety cultures within the aviation industry: The contributing role of executive managementScholzVelma VeroniqueDr M De KockDr A De KockEfficiency, sustainability, safety cultures, aviation industry, executive management
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2014MastersMental models of pilots: A phenomenological perspective in identifying the ideal aviatorMaraisIvorDr B PeensDr N CookeMental models, pilots, ideal aviator
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2014MastersHuman factors in advanced technology cockpit aircraftJacksonDavid GordonDr M De KockMr M ClarkHuman factors, advanced technology, cockpit, aircraft
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2014MastersFatigue in helicopter night operationsBezuidenhoutJacobusDr M De KockMr A CoetzeeFatigue, helicopter, night operations
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2014MastersEstimate review and validation: A critical perspective within Eskom Capital ProjectsRipingaXolane GoodwillMr A DalvitMr M BisaniEstimate review, validation, Eskom, Capital Projects
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2014MastersThe quality and reliability of electricity supply: A line inspection and maintenance perspectivePramjeethNivanMr A DalvitMr R KodiQuality, reliability, electricity supply, line inspection, maintenance
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2014MastersKnowledge management in a project environment: An Eskom power delivery projects surveyMarshallFrancois JacobusDr F TerblanchéMr L TurnerKnowledge management, project environment, Eskom, power delivery projects
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2014MastersPublic and Private Enterprise: A review of finance and accountabilityNaidooVernonDr M SerfonteinMr P KanaPublic and Private Enterprise, finance, accountability
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2014MastersThe role and relevance of benchmarking in information intensive organisationsMeyersonBramDr Rica ViljoenDr L De SwardtBenchmarking, information intensive organisations
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2014MastersA critical review of the leadership perspectives concerning the socio-economic realities in South Africa as an emerging economyGeorgeDennis HenryDr C SteynDr L MeyerLeadership perspectives, socio-economic realities, emerging economy
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2014MastersA framework for improving knowledge management in a systems integration organisationViviersCelésteMr C BothaMr H BredellKnowledge management, systems integration organisation
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2014MastersDeveloping a decision-making framework for cloud services in the banking industry: A South African case studyPillaiKarthigasen RajooDr D BurgerMr J KlutDecision-making framework, cloud services, banking industry
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2014MastersIntegrated Development Environments (IDE) usability evaluation through training: An Atmel case studyNilsenGlenDr C SteynMr J FogelinIntegrated Development Environments (IDE), usability evaluation, training, Atmel
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2014MastersOptimisation of organisation culture in a development finance institution environmentNiebuhrGeertruidaDr R. ViljoenDr P JohlOrganisation culture, development finance institution
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2014MastersEngaging emotional intelligence and resilience for innovation: A study in the Industrial Development CorporationBreedtJanineDr R. ViljoenMrs M Le RouxEmotional intelligence, resilience, innovation, Industrial Development Corporation
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2013MastersLeadership, visioning and employee engagement: a systemic perspectiveVan GraanDaniëlProf B AndersonMr L WatkinsLeadership, visioning, employee engagement
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2012MastersTalent management and organisational performance improvement: A Telkom surveyMalakoanaPatienceMr M MatsapolaMr A KubyaneTalent management, organisational performance improvement, Telkom
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2012MastersKey success factors: DStv online and the Nigerian marketDisemoloOlaotse TebatsoProfessor B van ZijlMs E Thirion-VenterSuccess factors, DStv online, Nigeria, markets
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2012MastersImproving project management maturity in a projectised organisation: A parastatal case studyBothaCornelis JohannesMr D KrügerMr D ShamProject management maturity, projectised organisation, parastatals
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2012MastersThe relationship between skills upliftment and business performance: A surveyBlouwNtombizaneleDr W GoosenMr T Van NiekerkSkills upliftment, business performance
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2012MastersA Project Life Cycle Model application: An Eskom surveySmitMartin JohannProfessor R MarcusMr D KrügerProject Life Cycle Model application, Eskom
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2012MastersCost escalation in the mega construction project environment: An Eskom surveyPillayRazia BanuMr L FourieMr D de BeerCost escalation, mega construction project environment, Eskom
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2012MastersEffect of a culture of blame on aviation safety: A case studyJoubertGideon Johannes JakobusProfessor J CoetzeeMr M SibrianCulture of blame, aviation safety
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2012MastersOrganisational accountability: An aviation case studyDu PlessisHugo JuliusProfessor J CoetzeeMr M SibrianOrganisational accountability, aviation
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2012MastersThe utilisation of technology and innovation in the transformer industry: A competitive advantage perspectiveVan Den BergHendrik JohannesProfessor R MarcusMr L ViljoenTechnology, innovation, transformer industry, competitive advantage
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2012MastersIdentifying high impact success factors for successful telecommunication companiesStanderPhillipus ArnoldusMr A DalvitMr Z MunshiHigh impact success factors, telecommunication companies
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2012MastersMobile authenticated transaction switchingHetcherChristiaan VaughnProfessor R MarcusMr P BonfrerMobile authenticated transaction switching
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2012MastersChange and cultural development through transpersonal rapport in coaching: A postmodern conversationCronjeAmandaDr C SteynMs F AbrahamsChange and cultural development through transpersonal rapport in coaching: A postmodern conversation
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2012MastersA measurement framework of organisational success characteristics for repeat innovation in R&D organisations with specific reference to ICTPatelHina NarendrakumarDr H MaraisDr K FergusonMeasurement framework, organisational success characteristics, repeat innovation, R&D organisations, ICT
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2012MastersCritical success factors of the Return to Service Projects: An Eskom studyWarchalMieczyslawMr L FourieMr C BassonCritical success factors, Return to Service Projects, Eskom
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2012MastersKnowledge communication effectiveness within the project environment: An Eskom surveyVan HeerdenNico AntonProfessor R MarcusMr C BassonKnowledge communication, project environment, Eskom
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2008MastersAnalysis of management systems for physical assets in Eskom transmissionVermaakMadeleineManagement systems, physical assets, transmission
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2008MastersRetail profiling: An evaluation of employee profiles in Telkom Direct Shops (TDS)JannekeBelindaRetail profiling, employee profiles
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2008MastersAn evaluation of measures to alleviate traffic congestion in GautengMthembuAlex MadodaAlleviation, traffic congestion
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2008MastersRealignment of a major road plant of the Gauteng department of Public Transport, Roads and WorksMochotlhiRama FrederickRoad plant
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2008MastersA research study in planning a regulatory stakeholder strategy in an evolving electricity supply industryPatelRuwaidaPlanning, regulatory stakeholder strategy, electricity supply industry
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2008MastersInformation flow influenced by enterprise architecture: A case studyViljoenSarinaInformation flow, enterprise architecture
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2008MastersShift work and stress in a technology centre, implications for employees and managementVan AswegenOlof AbrahamShift work, stress, technology centre, employees, management
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2008MastersManaging customer service: moving beyond managing customer networksPhiriDitlhakeManagement, customer service, customer networks
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2008MastersEvaluating the Quality of Service Delivery: The Telkom SA case studyPatherKalayrajanQuality, service delivery
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2008MastersSingle invoice for next generation services within Telkom SAMalulekeKhomotjo WinnySingle invoice, next generation services
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2008MastersThe development of an operational strategy for managing telecommunication network systems: A South African case studyMakolaBenjamin MohwelanagaOperational strategy, management, telecommunication network systems
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2008MastersTelkom SA as a total Information and Communication Technology (ICT) participant - a retail market perspectiveDigueLucas JohannesInformation and Communication Technology (ICT), retail market
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2008MastersTo develop and implement a career management toolkit for promoters in Telkom SA.DastagerSayedCareer management, toolkit, promoters
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2008MastersA review of the registration of patents when dealing with innovative technologies.BothaAudreyRegistration, patents, innovative technologies
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2008MastersHow can we advance the productive capacity of women in townships and rural areas through technologySeptemberCornelia CarolProductive capacity, women, townships, rural areas, technology
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2008MastersDeveloping an aircraft business plan.RosenzweigDaniel HarryAircraft, business plan
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2008MastersImplementation and effectiveness of project risk management for the Camden Capital Expansion Department (CED).StoopCarel JohannesProject risk management
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2008Masterse-HR Project Management Methodology: A practical approach for implementing IT governance requirements and enhancing the current HR IT project management processes.MosupyeKelello Dikgatie-HR Project Management Methodology, IT governance, HR IT project management processes
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2007MastersA framework for the development of effective management competenciesMahlauleRhanduManagement competencies
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2007MastersStrategic activation management requirements for the effective fulfilment of telecommunication services in Telkom SA LtdSmitPierre AlexanderStrategic activation management requirements, telecommunication services
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2007MastersThe SA Telecommunications Service Industry: Future Skills RequirementsScottCynthiaTelecommunications Service Industry, Future Skills Requirements
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2007PhDViability of fixed payphonesModishaWilliam KgesoViability, payphones
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2007MastersThe impact of the lack of information security governance on the level of information risk within TelkomBesterMagdal MargarethaInformation security governance, information risk
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2007MastersResearch into catalyst market expansion in Sub-Saharan AfricaHlongwaJaphet MuziwefaCatalyst market expansion
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2007MastersImplementing operational readiness to improve service delivery in TelkomGantileBonisile McLarenOperational readiness, service delivery
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2007MastersDeveloping a process ensuring quality project m anagement at power stations.PrinslooWernerQuality project management, power stations
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2007MastersA guideline to determine the optimal surface area for asbestos disposal facilitiesHollKatharinaOptimal surface area, asbestos disposal facilities