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DaVinci Business School2023DoctorateA Framework for Measuring the Performance of Infrastructure Project Delivery for a State Owned Company in South Africa.MhondiwaTonnyProfessor M. Tshehla, PhDInfrastructure, Project, Factors, Performance, Success Measurement, frameworkLink to document
DaVinci Business School2023DoctorateAdaptive-Intelligence Learning Architecture: Utilising an African Aphorism to Increase Organisational Adaptive QuotientBrunetteCliffordDr Rica ViljoenAdaptive-Intelligence, Organisation Adaptive Quotient, AiLA Framework, African Humanness, ‘Being levels’ of existence, Learning Architecture, Organisational Learning System, Spiral Dynamics, Metamodernism, Integral, African AphorismLink to document
DaVinci Business School2023DoctorateShorter-Term International Mobility as an Instrument for Career Advancement of Next Generation, Emerging and Established Researchers in South AfricaMakhuraNare PrudenceDr Aldo StroebelInternationalisation, shorter-term international mobility, National Research Foundation, higher education, researchLink to document
DaVinci Business School2023DoctorateInstitutional Dislocation of Morality in Governance from Colonial and Post-Apartheid Context: a Diagnostic Study of Buffalo City Metropolitan Municipality (2014-2019)SwartzMthuthuzeliProfessor Modimowabarwa Kanyane, D. AdminLeadership, corruption, ethics, governance, accountability, oversight, social engineeringLink to document
DaVinci Business School2023DoctorateUpliftment of the Working Poor in South Africa: a Competency-Building FrameworkVan ZylJacqueleneR.C. Viljoen, DBLWorking poverty, contract cleaning, upliftment, competency building, poverty cycle, spiral dynamics, Beige human niche, Purple human nicheLink to document
DaVinci Business School2023DoctorateProgramme Management of Enterprise Transformation Programmes as Experienced in the Public Sector in South AfricaVan RensburgHenkA. Maneschijn, PhDProgramme management, public sector, enterprise transformation, stakeholders, systems thinkingLink to document
DaVinci Business School2023DoctorateSports Coaching Realities in South Africa: an Exploratory StudyVardhanDesireeProf. Benjamin Anderson, PhDSports, coaches, professional, development, pathway, socio-economic, contexts, apartheid, socio-political systemLink to document
DaVinci Business School2023DoctorateTowards Responsive Governance: Mapping a Framework for Enhanced Service Delivery in Urbanized Municipalities - Insights from the Northern Cape ProvinceNtobaEliasProfessor Blondel NyamkureGovernance, service delivery, holistic, systems approachLink to document
DaVinci Business School2023DoctorateSpiral Dynamics Integral and Value-Driven Behaviours: an Inquiry into How Change Manifests at Krost Shelving (Pty) Ltd.MoodleyCharleneRC Viljoen, DBLChange, Management, Spiral Dynamics Integral, Human Niches, Vicissitude, Value-Driven BehaviourLink to document
DaVinci Business School2023Doctor of Management in Technology and InnovationThe Role of Colleges of Agriculture Towards Sustainable Community Development: A Case Study of Tompi Seleka College of AgricultureTshwanaModise PhilimonDr L Chipunza, PhDSocio-Economic Development, Agricultural Development, Entrepreneurship, Service Quality, Organisational Identity, Stakeholder ManagementLink to document
DaVinci Business School2023Doctor of Management in Technology and InnovationA Conceptual Framework for Technology Roadmapping: an Electricity Utility PerspectiveTosenGregory RobertA Conceptual Framework for Technology Roadmapping: An Electricity Utility PerspectiveDr Ronel Blom, PhDTechnology roadmapping, systemic, resilience, sustainability, ecosystemLink to document
DaVinci Business School2023Doctor of Management in Technology and InnovationPrivate Higher Education Institutions and the New World of Work: a Strategic Framework for Resilient and Agile Business ManagementTogaRaymondDr Mario Landman, DTechPrivate Higher Education Institutions, New World of Work, Strategic Framework, Resilience, Agility, Business Management, Business Innovation, DisruptionLink to document
DaVinci Business School2023Doctor of Management in Technology and InnovationThe Role of Marketing Leadership in Directing Key Internal Stakeholder Alignment to Evolving Customer Centricity in a South African Retail BankSmutsIlseProf H.B. KlopperCustomer centricity, marketing leadership, key internal stakeholder alignment, retail banking, qualitative research, case studyLink to document
DaVinci Business School2023Doctor of Management in Technology and InnovationAn Effect Analysis Study of Financial Inclusion in Malawi: a Case Study of the NBS Pafupi Savings and Agent BankingNgwenyaKwanele BatsheleP. Muchineripi, PhDUnbanked, Financial Inclusion and interventions, Bank Pafupi, digital strategies, poverty alleviation, Bank profitabilityLink to document
DaVinci Business School2023Doctor of Management in Technology and InnovationMonitoring and Evaluation as a Governance Tool for Enhancing Accountability in the Sector Education and Training AuthoritiesMoasaPheaga JacobGovernance, organisational performance, accountability, corruption, monitoring, evaluation, Board oversight, ethicsLink to document
DaVinci Business School2023Doctor of Management in Technology and InnovationMonitoring and Evaluation as a Governance Tool for Enhancing Accountability in the Sector Education and Training AuthoritiesMoasaPheaga JacobDr Shirley LloydGovernance, organisational performance, accountability, corruption, monitoring, evaluation, Board oversight, ethicsLink to document
DaVinci Business School2023Doctor of Management in Technology and InnovationIntra-Africa Trade Integration and Continental Economic ProsperityMahlauleRhulani ErnestJ Dickinson, PhD and TL Ngobeni, LLDIntra-Africa trade, Regional Economic Communities, African Continental Free Trade Area (AfCFTA), International trade theories, Blockchain, Pan-AfricanismLink to document
DaVinci Business School2023Doctor of Management in Technology and InnovationAn Integral Ecosystem: a Case Study to Holistically Establish Sustainable Socio-Economic Development for Smallholder Farmers in ZimbabweMagodoPatienceProfessor Ronnie Lessem (PhD)Professor Alexander Schieffer (PhD)Knowledge-based ecosystem, holistic delivery of solutions, liveable incomes, ecosystem-based approach, Heritage-based Communiversity, learning communities, integral knowledge exchange, social learning and institutionalised social innovationsLink to document
DaVinci Business School2023Doctor of Management in Technology and InnovationA Leadership Framework to Re-Configure the Project Management Office in ESKOM to Embrace Project Management for the Fourth Industrial DevelopmentJordanGlen Perry DandridgeDr MA MonarengProject management, Project Management Office, the Fourth Industrial Revolution, Agile management officeLink to document
DaVinci Business School2023Doctor of Management in Technology and InnovationImperatives for the Advancement of Freight Intermodalism in South Africa: a Systems Thinking ApproachGertenbachSandra JeanProf P Singh, PhDIntermodal Freight, Systems Thinking, Interfaces, Collaborate, Cooperate, Coordinate, Innovation, Collective, CompetitiveLink to document
DaVinci Business School2023Doctor of Management in Technology and InnovationDeveloping a Self-Empowerment Conceptual Framework to Enhance Alignment, Engagement and Agility using Quantum SkillsFullerMark GeorgeDr Dewald ScholtzEmployee self-empowerment, Quantum thinking, Agility, Engagement, Alignment, InfluenceLink to document
DaVinci Business School2023Doctor of Management in Technology and InnovationBusiness Models for Business Strategy Implementation: a Gauteng Provincial Treasury frameworkFaniMolefe IsaacR.C. Viljoen, DBLStrategy development and implementation, business models, agile business management, business model innovation, sustainability, integrationLink to document
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2022DoctorateAssessing Leadership Characteristics and Style of Heads in Private Schools in South AfricaBurgerRonélDr. Shirley Lloyd, PhDSchool Heads; Leadership styles; Head, Heart and Hands model; Leadership characteristics and leadership traitsLink to document
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2022DoctorateA Leadership Framework for Implementing Fundamental Change During the Fourth Industrial Revolution at a Local Subsidiary of a Multinational Consulting OrganisationMhangwaniNtombizodwaDr Gerald Thaver & Dr Niel Rall4IR; Leadership; Change; Management; Emotions; Technology; Innovation; Revolution; Accenture.Link to document
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2022DoctorateDesigning a Framework to Improve the Effectiveness of Human Resources Function within OrganisationsNkabindeNompumelelo YollynP. Pampallis, PhDHuman Resources, Human Resources Management, Human Resources Effectiveness framework, Centres of ExcellenceLink to document
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2022DoctorateA conceptual Framework for Developing Leadership Capability within Organisations in the Digital EraWilliamsGizelle CindyG Janse van Rensburg, PhDDigital Age; Digital Transformation; Leadership Capability; Leadership Development; Organisational ChangeLink to document
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2022DoctorateCreating an Entrepreneurship Framework to Stimulate Employment Creation in the South African Healthcare IndustryScheepersChristo AbrahamProf M.D. Herholdt, DPhil, PhDAllied Healthcare; Complementary and Alternative Medicine; Complementary Healthcare; Entrepreneurship; Framework; Integrative; and MindsetLink to document
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2022DoctoratePublic Funding of the College Sector: a Social-Return-on-Investment in Higher Education in South AfricaSeptemberCornelia CarolProf Paul Singh & Dr Shirley LloydFunding; social-return-on-investment; technical and vocational education and training; social value; developmental state; policies; responsiveness; labour marketLink to document
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2022DoctorateTowards the Creation of a Learning Organisation in a South African Parastatal: an Exploratory StudyNkoanaDavidLinda Chipunza, PhDLearning organisation; Comprehensive learning; Integrated learning and Continuous learningLink to document
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2022DoctorateThe role of the integrity commissioner in the city of Johannesburg Metropolitan MunicipalityRampaiTadi DanielProfessor Paul SinghHigh integrity performance, National Integrity System, Local Integrity System, anti-corruption institutionsLink to document
DaVinci Business School2022DoctorateTowards achieving a green environment and economic empowerment through the inclusion of waste reclaimers in South Africa: a case study within the Ekurhuleni municipalityPillayRajaspreeDr Andre ParkerLandfill crisis, waste hierarchy, reclaimers, socio-economic inclusion, green economic empowerment, waste minimisation, circular economyLink to document
DaVinci Business School2022DoctorateCaravan of wisdom and liberation: integral wisdom for embodied healing and collective regeneration in Bilad al-ShamButrosRaghdaProf. Alexander Schieffer, PhDProf. Ronnie Lessem, PhDLink to document
DaVinci Business School2022DoctorateAfrican integral communipreneurship education: a transformative educational initiative for and with communipreneurs in Ajegunle, NigeriaKazeem-AbimbolaOlanrewajuProfessor Alexander Schieffer, PhDProfessor Ronnie LessemSMEs, Communipreneurship, African value-concepts, informal economyLink to document
DaVinci Business School2022DoctoratePerformance-based remuneration systems: exploring the economic value to profit-based corporates in South AfricaNelJohan ChristiaanRica Viljoen, DBLMark Bussin, D. ComEmployee value proposition; Ethical behaviour; Integrity; Mechanics of Remuneration; Performance-based remuneration systems; Shareholder value proposition; Sustainable Business; Variable payLink to document
DaVinci Business School2022DoctorateIntegral fertility as a holistic approach to women empowerment and social transformation in and for Africa: a case study of Tudun- Wada community in Jos, northern NigeriaShebiEsther DiiProf. Alexander Schieffer, PhDProf. Ronnie Lessem, PhDWomen plight, women emancipation, integral healing, integral fertility, indigenous African technology, community transformationLink to document
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DoctorateCommuniversity: An Innovation Ecosystem Approach to Economic Development for AfricaZongololoSmartProfessor Ronnie Lessem, PhDProfessor Alexander Schieffer, PhDCommuniversity, decoloniality, innovation ecosystem, transformation journey, catalysationLink to document
DaVinci Business School2022DoctorateTowards integral socio-technical development: A community-based approach to technology development in AfricaMutyandaWellington MuvengwaR. Lessem, PhD & A. Schieffer, PhDM. Mawere, PhDBeliefs Value System, Chivhu, WEPH, Integral Social Technical Development (ISTD)Link to document
DaVinci Business School2022DoctorateEmancipating Women in Jordan via an Integral Framework for a Regeneration Ecofeminist Economy: The Case of Economic and Societal Renewal in Southern ShounehAbu JaberMayyada HaiderProf. Alexander Schieffer, PhDProf. Ronnie Lessem, PhDGender inequality, ecofeminism, feminism, Jordan, MENA regionsLink to document
The Da Vinci Institute of Technology Management2021DoctorateIntegral Kamusha, a case of Buhera: towards self-sufficiency in Zimbabwe via NhakanomicsTaranhikeDaudProf. Ronnie Lessem, PhDProf. Alexander Schieffer, PhDCommuniversity, integral Kumusha, livelihoods, Nhakanomics, poverty, self-sufficiencyLink to document
The Da Vinci Institute of Technology Management2021DoctorateAn investigation into the viability of the establishment of a fresh produce market distribution centre in Tshwane North-West Region 1SedutlaMahlora ShelboyJ. Dickinson, PhDS. Letsoalo, PhDSpatial development, distribution centre, locational analysis, financial modelLink to document
The Da Vinci Institute of Technology Management2021DoctorateCapacitation of nursing leaders to operationalise care in a private health-care setting in South Africa: meta-insightsNellShannon LuciaR.C. Viljoen, PhDCapacitation, nursing, EQ-i, resilience, BeQâ„¢, inclusivityLink to document
The Da Vinci Institute of Technology Management2021DoctorateClient engagement in retail banking: a developing socio-economic perspectiveMaseteMakgorong ReginahBenjamin Anderson, PhDCustomer satisfaction, client retention, customer relationship management, customer value proposition, client engagement strategies, client centricityLink to document
The Da Vinci Institute of Technology Management2021DoctorateTowards a customer services framework in the telecommunications service industry: a case of a South African telecommunications companyMalapaKhumela WilliamProf. Joel ChigadaCustomer services framework, telecommunications service industryLink to document
The Da Vinci Institute of Technology Management2021DoctorateTransformative leadership through bonding culture in corporates: a case study of Schweppes Holdings Africa LimitedChitaguPhilimonDr P. Muchineripi (PhD)Bonding culture, employee commitment, employee engagement, employee loyalty, total quality management, transformational leadershipLink to document
The Da Vinci Institute of Technology Management2021DoctorateTowards an integral arts communiversity: innovation within the cultural-economy for the Liverpool city region, using the Biblical Quaternity Archetype ModelBradleyAnthony DavidProf. Ronnie Lessem, PhDProf. Alexander Schieffer, PhDIntegral arts communiversity, innovation, cultural-economy, Biblical Quaternity Archetype ModelLink to document
The Da Vinci Institute of Technology Management2021DoctorateAchieving inclusive economic development in Nigeria by redefining indigenous finance in light of modernityAdeojoYusuf AdedolapoProf. Ronnie Lessem, PhDProf. Alexander Schieffer, PhDFinancial inclusion, rural development, cooperatives, community banking, financeLink to document
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2021DoctorateEHYAA/Reviviving relationship to community and place in education: the case of Ahliyyah and Mutran schools in AmmanMajeedLaila AbdulProf. Alexander Schieffer, PhDProf. Ronnie Lessem, PhDHolistic education, community engagement, integral.Link to documet
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2021DoctorateAddressing the Engineering Skills Shortage Problem in South Africa: Developing an Enhanced Artisan Skills Training and Development StrategyGovenderTherasinamurthie PerumalProfessor Krishna GovenderArtisan skills training and development, critical scarce skills, apprenticeship, Artisan Recognition of Prior Learning, learnershipLink to documet
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2021DoctorateThe nexus between strategy and vision in the South African local government systemRamodulaThabo MosesProfessor K. GovenderDevelopmental local government, vision, strategy, meritocracy, ethical leadershipLink to documet
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2021DoctorateAn integrated approach to management as a mechanism to enhance the efficiencies of manufacturing concerns in the Gauteng provinceDe JagerRenaldoDr Dewald ScholtzLean manufacturing, Six Sigma, Kaizen, TQM, Business Process Re-engineeringLink to documet
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2021DoctorateA fit for purpose blended learning framework for the development management competencies in a large South African retailerChampionPeter AlexanderProfessor H.B. KlopperAdult learning; Social interaction; Physical and psychological fidelity; Experiential learning; and Mentoring and CoachingLink to documet
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2021DoctorateThe impact of regulation and supervision on the profitability and risk profile of banks in selected African countriesMasindiNkhangweleniProfessor Paul SinghBanks, regulations, profitability, risk profile, supervision, interrelationsLink to documet
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2021DoctorateThe systems perspective on the commercialisation of public research in South AfricaSeetalNirvashneeDr Ronel BlomCommercialisation, public research, innovation systemsLink to documet
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2021DoctorateThe Alternatives for Sustaining Livelihoods in Child-Headed Families: A Case of Households in Mashonaland Central Province, ZimbabweKunakaLovenessDr Jealous Paul MuchineripiChild-Headed Households; Desired Livelihood Outcomes; Livelihood Projects; Sustainable Livelihoods_x005F_x000D_
 
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The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2021DoctoratePedagogical integration of technology as an enhancement to teaching and learning in Gauteng public schoolsNtsobiMfanelo PatrickDr B NyamkureICT Adoption, ICT Integration, ICT Utilisation, Curriculum DeliveryLink to documet
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2021DoctoratePluralist Integration of Systems Thinking and Design Thinking in a Problem Structuring MethodMugadzaGraceP. Singh, D. PhilN.R.A Romm, D Litt et PhilPluralism, Systems Thinking, Design Thinking, Strategic Intent, Leadership, Problem Structuring MethodsLink to documet
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2021DoctorateEnhancing public sector leadership in the age of the 4th industrial revolution to lead SETAs: towards a conceptual frameworkYendeFelleng AnacletaDr Sandra Steyn (PhD)Technology, Innovation, Leadership, PSL, SETAs, 4IRLink to documet
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2021DoctorateEnhancing healthcare delivery through a framework that integrates inclusivity and quality improvement sciencePrinslooAnsieDr Rica Viljoen, DBLInclusivity, Improvement science, Case study, Quality, LeadershipLink to documet
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2021DoctorateAfro integral impact investment: a framework for alleviating poverty in Nigeria through youth entrepreneurial developmentOyewaleAkeem ShinaProf. Ronnie Lessem, PhD.Prof. Alexander Schieffer, PhD.Youth, Unemployment, Nigeria, Impact Investment, Sustainable DevelopmentLink to documet
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2021DoctorateThe Success of Business Incubation Support Amongst Small, Medium and Micro-Enterprises in the South African Tourism SectorMwaleBongani JuneDr Blondel NyamkureBusiness incubation services, SMMEs, Tourism Sector, mentorship, importance, effectivenessLink to document
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2020DoctorateAfrican Enterprise Renewal towards an integral enterprise: the case of providence human capital, ZimbabweNdudzoChipo JoginahProf. R. Lessem, PhDProf. A. Schieffer, PhDDecolonialisation, hunhu/ubuntu, co-creation, enterprise renewalLink to document
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2020DoctorateBridging the innovation chasm: how South Africa can retrieve itself from the conundrumMuofheMmboneniR Marcus, PhDB Day, PhDInnovation Chasm, Technology Commercialisation, Innovation Procurement_x005F_x000D_
Policy, National System of Innovation
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The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2020DoctorateSociotechnical and organisational resilience in South African commercial flight operationsSerfonteinEstieProf Krishna Govender, PhDSociotechnical and organisational resilience, commercial flight operationsLink to document
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2020DoctorateThe development of an integrated framework for organisational culture, employee creativity and innovation in two Zimbabwean manufacturing companiesNyawoPatienceC. M. Schultz, PhDT. S. Rushesha, PhDIntegrated framework, organisational culture, employee creativity and innovation, manufacturing companiesLink to document
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2020DoctorateIntegral African feminine leadership: designing a holistic framework for individual and enterprise developmentNaickerPremieAlexander Schieffer, PhDRonnie Lessem, PhDIntegral, Feminine, Feminism, Leadership, Organisation, Skills DevelopmentLink to document
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2020DoctorateA conceptual framework for air connectivity to address the allocation of resources to African Air TransportLeitchGuy DrummondProfessor Joel ChigadaAfrican Airline Sustainability. Air connectivity. GDP growthLink to document
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2020DoctorateAccessible career paths for students with different degrees of hearing loss at the National Institute for the DeafJanse Van Rensburg-WellingJohanna CatharinaJean Mitchell, PhDWynand Goosen, PhDHearing loss, training models, employment, return on training investmentLink to document
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2020DoctorateThe role of managerial leaders within high-performance organisations: the development of a conceptual frameworkEllappaDanBenjamin Anderson, PhDHigh-performance organisations, organisational performance, and managerial leadershipLink to document
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2020DoctorateTransformatology: The art and science of enhancing continuous changeDu ToitPetrus Johannes (Pieter)Ronel Blom, PhDChange, change fractal, change thinking, cognitive thinking, continuous change,_x005F_x000D_
cooperative change-thinking, holism, learning organisation, managerial leader,_x005F_x000D_
psychoanalysis, psychoanalytic, system thinking, thinking perspective, thinking preference,_x005F_x000D_
transformation, transformationality, transformatology, working context of change
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The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2020DoctorateTowards a conceptual model to address factors hindering patients from accessing and navigating healthcare services in peri-urban communities in Johannesburg, South AfricaSigamoneyClaudiaA. Maneschijn, PhDPoverty, Access, Healthcare services, Healthcare policies, Peri-urban_x005F_x000D_
communities
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The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2020DoctorateThe development of a competency framework for chief executive officers of state-owned enterprises in South AfricaFalalaSifisoGerhard Van RensburgSiphokazi JassCompetency framework, Chief Executive Officers, state-owned enterprisesLink to document
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2020DoctorateCreating a sustainable competitive advantage through reputation management for small-medium enterprises in the tourism industry in Gauteng province, South AfricaDhlomoPhumelela EzrahDr N. ChiliyaReputation management, sustainable competitive advantage,_x005F_x000D_
entrepreneurship, service quality, organizational identity, stakeholder management,_x005F_x000D_
resources and capabilities, value proposition and business performance
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The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2020DoctorateEvaluating the transfer of learning through a collaborative learning framework: a case study of a South African retail bankBhagalooIndiraProf Krishna GovenderDr Jean DickinsonTransfer of learning, collaborative learning framework, retail bankLink to document
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2020DoctorateChief Executive Officer (CEO) competency dynamics in State Owned Enterprises (SOES) in South AfricaFalalaSifisoDr. Gerhard Van RensburgMrs. Siphokazi JassChief Executive Officer, competency dynamics, State Owned EnterprisesLink to document
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2020DoctorateCreating a sustainable competitive advantage through reputation management for small-medium enterprises in the tourism industry in Gauteng ProvinceDhlomoPhumelela EzrahDr. N. ChiliyaCompetitive advantage, reputation management, small-medium enterprises, tourism industryLink to document
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2019DoctorateAlternative dispute resolution: an Islamic approach to justice arbitration and reconciliationAlAbbadiSameer OHAlexander Schieffer, PhDRonnie Lessem, PhDAlternative dispute resolution, Islamic approach, justice arbitration, reconciliationLink to document
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2019DoctorateA scorecard for assessing project complexityLouwPieter JohannesA Maneschijn, PhDPMD Rwelamila, PhDScorecard, assessment, project complexityLink to document
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2019DoctorateA framework to guide the development of public policy for cloud computing in South AfricaMohlameaneMpho JeffreyProf Nkqubela Ruxwana, PhDFramework, development of public policy, cloud computingLink to document
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2019DoctorateA framework for efficient research development and demonstration management in a national energy supplier: an ESKOM studyYoungKarmatcheeT Kastrall, PhDFramework, research development, demonstration management, national energy supplier, ESKOMLink to document
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2019DoctorateA leadership development framework for STEMS in South Africa: a case studyMartensJustin GrantRica Viljoen, DBLIan Rheeder, MScLeadership and followership, STEMs, multiple intelligences, cognitive bias, Spiral DynamicsLink to document
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2018DoctorateThe design, implementation and evaluation of leadership development framework for DENEL SOC LimitedMahlinzaThulaniDumusani Magadlela, PhDKobus Nel, DCOMDesign, implementation, evaluation, leadership development framework, DENEL SOC LimitedLink to document
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2018DoctorateIndustry performance and digital disruption: unleashing possibilities for the African farmerBotwoodSusanna ElizabethR Chinomona, PhDM Bosman, MScDigitisation, digitalisation, digital disruption, African farmer, global
markets, poverty alleviation, developing countries, organisational performance,
vulture, strategy, capabilities, revenue and returns, maturity and platforms, first
order dynamic capabilities, digital platforms, digital products, digital performance,
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The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2018DoctoratePersonal leadership development through a framework of holistic and sustainable developmentGabrielidesSharon KingRica Viljoen, DBLHolistic Development, organisational Development, personal Leadership,
leadership, sustainability, coaching, neuro-linguistic programming, emotional intelligence,
employee engagement
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The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2018DoctorateModelling antecedents influencing business performance of agro-processing manufacturing in Zimbabwe: an application of the management of technology, innovation, people and systems thinking philosophyMapurangaMistonDr N ChiliyaBusiness performance, human capital, knowledge management system, organisational innovation, systems thinking, technological capabilityLink to document
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2018DoctorateIntegral human, organization and community development at SEKEM in EgyptAbouleishMaximilianAlexander Schieffer, PhDRonald Lessem, PhDIntegral human, organization, community development, SEKEMLink to document
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2018DoctorateIntegral enterprise: revitalizing the moral core towards a caring corporate cultureAl-NimerManar AghaRonald Lessem, PhDAlexander Schieffer, PhDMoral core, caring corporate cultureLink to document
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2018DoctorateTowards rebirth in organisational change and development: a Southern voiceSekgaphaneMamohauRC Viljoen, DBLOrganisational change, developmentLink to document
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2018DoctorateThe development of a framework for postgraduate studies in communication designVan ZylHeila MariaLoffie Naude, PhDDevelopment, framework, postgraduate studies, communication designLink to document
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2018DoctorateComplexity, maturity and competency in the project risk management environment: a relational frameworkNaidooEganD Kruger, PhDK Gray, MBAComplexity, maturity, competency, project risk management environment, relational frameworkLink to document
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2018DoctorateA socially sustainable strategy for the integration of sustainable development goal 8 within private sector corporations: a Zimbabwean perspectiveMutambaraDiliah AbigailRonel Blom, PhDSocially sustainable strategy, integration, sustainable development goal 8, private sector corporationsLink to document
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2018DoctorateAchieving a new social accord in South Africa: a co-operative implementation frameworkGeorgeDennis HenryRonel Blom, PhDSocial accord, co-operative implementation frameworkLink to document
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2018DoctorateShareholder focus and new product development in the South African mining and metallurgical sectorSedumediBoitshoko KaeloProf Roy MarcusDr James DukowitzShareholder focus, new product development, mining, metallurgical sectorLink to document
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2018DoctorateA model for harmonising national policy to capitalise on South Africa's scientific, technological and innovation prowess: lessons learntMkhizeBabongile Ntombenhle JoyceRoy Marcus, PhDNational policy, scientific, technological, innovation prowessLink to document
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2017DoctorateA critical review of risk management systemsClarkeVaughan IvanB Anderson, PhDD Smith, MScRisk management systemsLink to document
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2017DoctorateEnterpriseneurship as a catalyst for enterprise development in South Africa: towards the development of an institutional framework for intervention and supportMabundaTirhani EzekielR Chinomona, PhDR Chinomona, PhDEnterpriseneurship, enterprise development, institutional frameworkLink to document
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2017DoctorateSocio and economic transformation addressing food security and poor livelihoods in Africa: a case study of Madawa village in MutokoDomaTakaiwana WarrenDr Stephen M Kada, PhDDr Paul Mucheniripi ChidharaSocio and economic transformation, food security, poor livelihoodsLink to document
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2017DoctorateStatistics education for South Africa: literacy to reasoning and thinking interventionMparutsaSophie ThandiweM Glencross, DPhilS Sproule, PhDStatistics education, literacy, reasoning, thinking, interventionLink to document
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2017DoctorateSafety culture within energy utilities: a developing socio-economic perspectiveMazibukoSifiso PatrickDr Richard Candy, PhDSafety culture, energy utilities, socio-economic perspectiveLink to document
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2017DoctorateThe role of cooperatives in the value chain of provision of school nutrition services market: South Africa contextTomMonde MbomvuPhillip ParsonsDalray GradidgeBureaucracy, cooperatives, innovation, social entrepreneurship,
sustainability, transformation
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The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2017DoctorateAchieving sustainable development through water and community banking: a case study of Nechavava, Buhera, ZimbabweNyashanuMathewDr JP Mucheniripi, PhDDr S Kada, PhDSustainable development, water, community, bankingLink to document
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2017DoctorateSecuring the South African navy's future: ethical considerations in the selection of future AdmiralsBrandConrad HeinP Parsons, PhDNavy, ethics, AdmiralsLink to document
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2017DoctorateThe impact of leadership styles on employee job satisfaction and organisational performanceMugaviriGodfreyProf Richard ChinomonaProf Richard ChinomonaLeadership style, employee job satisfaction, organisational performance,
Confirmatory factor analysis, path modelling, structural equation modelling Smart PLS
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The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2017DoctorateIntegral empowerment of survivors of intimate partner violence: African women risingNaidooGonaloshneeAlexander Schieffer, PhDRonnie Lessem, PhDIntegral empowerment, survivors, intimate partner violence, African womenLink to document
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2017DoctorateA critical review of the supply of key network infrastructure in relation to Vodacom's demand for network capacity to effectively bring products to marketVan RooyenCraigProf R Chinomona, PhDMr J Ayres, MBANetwork infrastructure, Vodacom, network capacity, marketLink to document
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2017DoctorateSocio-economic transformation of African rural women for sustainable development: a case study of Chivake women in Gutu, ZimbabweMuzendaConstanceDr Stephen M Kada, PhDDr Paul Mucheniripi, PhDSocio-economic transformation, African rural women, sustainable development:Link to document
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2017DoctorateSocio-economic transformation of African rural women for sustainable development: a case study of Chivake women in Gutu, ZimbabweMuzendaConstanceDr Stephen M Kada, PhDDr Paul Mucheniripi, PhDSocio-economic transformation, African rural women, sustainable development:
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2017DoctorateNon-traditional postgraduate student success: the development of an institutional frameworkStoltz-UrbanCarinB Anderson, PhDNon-traditional postgraduate students, institutional frameworkLink to document
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2017DoctorateApplication of the PIG Paradox Model in analysing factors affecting sustainability of trade at the Faraday traditional medicine market in Johannesburg, South AfricaJack-PamaBonile SimonJeann Dickinson, PhDMotlalepula Matsabisa, PhDPIG Paradox Model, trade, traditional medicine marketLink to document
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2017DoctorateAn extension of the technology adoption model in rural Zimbabwe: mobile money acceptance modelShapetaBeven FadzisaiProf Richard ChinomonaTechnology adoption model, mobile money acceptance modelLink to document
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2017DoctorateA framework for mobile learning for post-school education and training in South AfricaMutonoAllenB Kalema, PhDFramework, mobile learning, post-school education, trainingLink to document
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2017DoctorateHuman error and organisational performance: the Zimbabwe platinum mines case studyChigwadaAbednego Kholwani BayneJP Muchineripi, PhDTS Rushesha, PhDHuman error, organisational performance, Zimbabwe platinum minesLink to document
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2016DoctorateCreating a responsive person-centered Health Care service for people living with HIV/AidsUboguOlufunmilayo ItunuProf M. HerholdtDr S. ArmstrongResponsive person-centered Health Care service, HIV/Aids
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2016DoctorateCreating a policy framework for the establishment of a sustainable bio-economy: A South African Case StudyTlhagaleMamohloding AgnesProf R. MarcusDr S. LennonPolicy framework, sustainable bio-economy
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2016DoctorateOperational incident experience and business improvement: Creating a performance framework for electricity utilitiesSinghSunjeshDr H.A. van der LindeMs R. SmitOperational incident experience, business improvement, performance framework, electricity utilities
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2016DoctorateThe relevance of Smart Metering technologies for electricity utilities: A South African case studyPooloIshmael JoelDr M.A. MonarengDr B.V. MsengwanaSmart Metering technologies, electricity utilities
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2016DoctorateTransformative emergency preparedness education: Utilizing community media strategies in rural IndiaParkerJean KarenProf A. SchiefferProf R. LessemTransformative emergency preparedness education, community media strategies, rural India
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2016DoctorateIntegral development and marketing of mobile phone products and services for the improvement of livelihoods of rural people: A co-operative inquiryNyambayoAndrewProf A. SchiefferProf R. LessemIntegral development, marketing, mobile phones, rural people
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2016DoctorateRisk management and the application of the International Standards Organization (ISO) Standard 31000, in the mining sector: A Zimbabwean Case StudyMutengaTagariraDr J.P. MuchineripDr S.M. KadaRisk management, International Standards Organization, (ISO), Standard 31000, mining sector
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2016DoctorateSocio-economic challenges within developing economies: A Zimbabwean case studyMunzvengiDouglasDr S.M. KadaDr J.P. MuchineripiSocio-economic challenges, developing economies
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2016DoctorateNanotechnology innovation and commercialization: Creating a framework for South African industriesMolapisiJoseph JenteDr C.S. SteynDr M. MotukuNanotechnology innovation, commercialization, framework, industries
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2016DoctorateTowards a Sustainable Transformational Framework for the Public Sector: A South African Case StudyMgwenyaJohn JulyDr A. ManeschijnSustainable Transformational Framework, Public Sector
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2016DoctorateDeveloping a framework linking motivating factors in restaurants to sustainable personal development and career growthMarianoGiovanni VincenzoDr M. SerfonteinDr G. CrawfordFramework, motivating factors, restaurants, sustainable personal development, career growth
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2016DoctorateCoaching as a strategic intervention for leadership development in organisations: Creating a systemic intervention frameworkKumkaniMxolisi EricDr G. van RensburgCoaching, strategic intervention, leadership development, organisations, systemic intervention framework
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2016DoctorateThe development of an integrated philosophy for psychological wellbeing for the South African counselling professionJanse van RensburgPhillippus MarthinusProf M. HerholdtIntegrated philosophy, psychological wellbeing, counselling profession
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2016DoctorateTransformation and consumer behaviour: Developing a South African typologyIsmailAslamProf R. ChinomonaMs N. FreemanTransformation, consumer behaviour, typology
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2016DoctorateTransforming rural communities through the sustainable commercialization of agriculture: A Zimbabwean case studyChiganzeBernamy ChipoDr J.P. MuchineripiDr S.M. KadaTransformation, rural communities, sustainable commercialization, agriculture
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2016DoctorateHuman generation interfaces with nuclear technology: Challenges associated with nuclear power generation knowledge transferAtaLawrenceDr R. ViljoenDr B. CulliganHuman generation interfaces, nuclear technology, nuclear power generation, knowledge transfer
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2016DoctorateHolism and integral healing: A role model of integral development within AfricaAdodoAnselm GbengaProf A. SchiefferProf R. LessemHolism, integral healing, role model, integral development
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2016DoctorateStandardization within the Service and Guest Accommodation sectors: A South African perspectiveAdamSuraya AboobakerDr F. TerblancheDr S. BissoonService and Guest Accommodation sectors
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2016DoctorateCreating a responsive person-centred health care service for people living with HIVUboguOlufunmilayo ItunuM. Herholdt, PhDS. Armstrong, DCurResponsive person-centred health care service, HIVLink to documet
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2016DoctorateThe relevance of smart metering technologies for electricity utilities: a South African case studyPooloIsmael JoelM.A. Monareng, PhDB.V. Msengana, PhDSmart metering technologies, electricity utilitiesLink to documet
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2016DoctorateUtilization of Automated Coal Blending and Quality Monitoring Systems to Improve Plant Performance and Contain Costs at ESKOMMasangoAAAM Monareng, PhDLA Leboela, BA HonoursAutomated Coal Blending, Quality Monitoring Systems, Plant Performance, CostsLink to documet
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2016DoctorateStandardization within the Service and Guest accommodation sectors: a South African perspectiveAdamSuraya AboobakerF Terblanche, PhDS Bissoon, PhDStandardization, Service and Guest, Accommodation SectorsLink to documet
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2016DoctorateNanotechnology Innovation and Commercialization: Creating a Framework for South African IndustriesMolapisiJoseph JenteC Steyn, PhDM Motuku, PhDNanotechnology Innovation, CommercializationLink to documet
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2016DoctorateIntegral Development and Marketing of Mobile Phone Products and Services for the Improvement of Livelihoods of Rural People: a Cooperative InquiryNyambayoAndrewRonnie Lessem, PhDAlexander Schieffer, PhDIntegral Development, Marketing, Mobile Phone Products and Services, Rural PeopleLink to documet
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2016DoctorateMeeting the Challenges of the Small, Medium and Micro Enterprises Industry in South Africa: the Consultants DilemmaNcubeMthandazoR. Marcus, PHDV.C. Xala, MASSSmall, Medium and Micro Enterprises Industry, ConsultantsLink to documet
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2016DoctorateHuman Generation Interfaces with Nuclear Technology: Challenges Associated with Nuclear Power Generation Knowledge TransferAtaLaurenceR. Viljoen, PhDB. Culligan, MBAHuman Generation Interfaces, Nuclear Technology, Nuclear Power Generation, Knowledge TransferLink to documet
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2016DoctorateTowards a Sustainable Transformational Framework for the Public Sector: a South African Case StudyMgwenyaJohn JulyAnton Maneschijn, PhDSustainable Transformational Framework, Public SectorLink to documet
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2016DoctorateRisk Management and the Application of the International Standards Organisation (ISO) Standard 31000, in the Mining Sector: a Zimbabwean Case StudyMutengaTagariraPaul Chidhara Muchineripi, PhDProf Godfrey Dzinonwa, PhDSafety, Health and Environment (SHE) Management, Integrated Risk Management, Enterprise Risk Management, Systems Thinking, Stakeholder value protection, Innovation.Link to documet
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2016DoctorateTransformative Emergency Preparedness Education: Utilizing Community Media Strategies in Rural IndiaParkerJeanA. Schieffer, PhDR. Lessem, PhDTransformative Emergency Preparedness Education, Community Media StrategiesLink to documet
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2016DoctorateTransformation and Consumer Behaviour: Developing a South African TypologyIsmailAslam IsmailR ChinomonaF Asvat and N FreemanTransformation, Consumer BehaviourLink to documet
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2016DoctorateA Holistic Approach to Enterprise-in-Community, Applied to Paxherbal Enterprise and Ewu Community, as a Role Model of Integral Development for (and from) Nigeria and AfricaAdodoAnselmAlexander Schieffer, PhDRonnie Lessem, PhDEnterprise-in-Community, Paxherbal Enterprise, Integral DevelopmentLink to documet
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2015DoctorateData privacy and the Energy Distribution Market: Revisiting implications of the Smart Grid FrameworkChinniahJennithaDr MG De KockDr H GeldenhuysData privacy, Energy Distribution Market, Smart Grid Framework
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2015DoctorateTotal early stage development of small, micro and medium enterprises (SMMEs): Creating a sustainability framework for emerging economiesBhebheVulumuziProf R ChinomonaDr M NcubeTotal early stage development, small, micro and medium enterprises, (SMMEs), sustainability framework, emerging economies
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2015DoctorateA framework for broadband fulfilment and assurance in the telecommunications environment: A South African case studyAbrahamsRashidDr MG De KockMr DC PhiriBroadband, fulfilment and assurance, telecommunications
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2015DoctorateAfrican entrepreneurship development in emerging African economies: A Zimbabwean PerspectiveRusheshaTapuwa ShereketeDr A SchiefferDr PC MuchineripiAfrican entrepreneurship development, emerging African economies
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2015DoctorateCustomer Management: Creating a sense making framework for developing economiesRitzMaryProf B AndersonCustomer Management, sense making framework, developing economies
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2015DoctorateContributions of the workplace in enhancing the employability of unemployed graduates through work integrated learning (WIL)RajabRooksanaDr R BlomMr S FennEmployability, unemployed graduates, unemployment, work integrated learning (WIL)
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2015DoctorateCreating an implementation framework to improve the effectiveness of technology transfer offices at South African UniversitiesNyatloSheila MavisProf R Marcus and Dr P ParsonsProf G PrinslooImplementation framework, technology transfer offices, South African Universities
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2015DoctorateCompetition forces and regulatory constraints within the Information, Communication and Telecommunication (ICT) industry: Developing a repositioning framework for Telkom SAMuleaRonewaProf RM MarcusDr R DagadaCompetition forces, regulatory constraints, Communication and Telecommunication (ICT) industry, repositioning framework, Telkom
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2015DoctorateRural women entrepreneurship and sustainable development through musha mukadzi: The Case of the Svosve community in ZimbabweMhakaWinfrida NdakaiteyiDr A SchiefferDr PC MuchineripiRural women entrepreneurship, sustainable development, musha mukadzi,
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2015DoctorateThe relevance of integrating exogenous and indigenous knowledge systems within an African education system: A Zimbabwean case studyMarombedzaMark KennethDr PC MuchineripiDr S KadaIntegration, exogenous and indigenous knowledge systems, African education system
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2015DoctorateThe relevance of integrating exogenous and indigenous knowledge systems within an African education system: A Zimbabwean case studyMhakaWinfrida NdakaiteyiDr PC MuchineripiDr S KadaIntegration, exogenous and indigenous knowledge systems, education system
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2015DoctorateUbuntupreneurship within rural communities: Creating community colleges for a developing economyKasuElliotDr A SchiefferDr PC MuchineripiUbuntupreneurship, rural communities, community colleges, developing economy
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2015DoctorateFront-end governance of large water infrastructure investments within developing economies: A South African perspectiveFurumeleMusa StefaneDr MG De KockDr O BusariFront-end governance, water infrastructure investments, developing economies
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2015DoctorateThe spiritual self of the corporate leaderDu PlessisReanProf B AndersonProf JJL CoetzeeSpiritual self, corporate leader
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2015DoctorateStrategy formulation, performance implementation and performance execution: Developing an integrated framework to enhance organisational performanceDe SwardtMarloProf RM MarcusDr AJ ParkerStrategy formulation, performance implementation, performance execution, integrated framework, organisational performance
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2014DoctorateCorporate Soul: The quest for normative organisational conductTaljaardDirk CorneliusProf B AndersonProf J CoetzeeCorporate Soul, normative organisational conduct
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2014DoctorateTransforming rural communities through mobile telecommunication: A Zimbabwean case studyShindiJimmyProf R LessemDr P MuchineripiTransformation, rural communities, mobile telecommunication
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2014DoctorateManagerial leadership activities and the transformation of workplace performance and community outcomes: A case study of a listed company in ZimbabweMubangoAbelProf R LessemDr P MuchineripiManagerial leadership activities, transformation, workplace performance, community outcomes
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2014DoctorateIntegral Ubuntu leadership, organisational culture and renewal: The case of ART Holdings Limited in ZimbabweMatupirePassmore MusungwaProf R LessemDr P MuchineripiIntegral Ubuntu leadership, organisational culture and renewal, ART Holdings Limited
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2014DoctorateCommunity based tourism and social transformation: An integral approach to a Zimbabwean communityMandevaniKennedyProf R LessemDr P MuchineripiCommunity based tourism, social transformation, integral approach, Zimbabwean community
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2014DoctorateIndigenous rhythms and exogenous workplaces: Activating Denhe re Ruzivo, the Calabash of knowledge creationMamukwaElizabethProf R LessemDr P MuchineripiIndigenous rhythms, exogenous workplaces, Denhe re Ruzivo, Calabash of knowledge creation
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2014DoctorateRecognition of Prior Learning: A social entrepreneurial praxisLloydShirley AnneProf B AndersonDr J KeevyRecognition of Prior Learning
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2014DoctorateSocio-Economic transformation in communities through ICTs in Zimbabwe: focusing on the Chinyika community in GutuKundishoraSamuel MuchineripiProf R LessemDr P MuchineripiSocio-Economic transformation, communities, ICTs, Chinyika community, Gutu
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2014DoctorateInterpersonal conflict in intensive care units: An emotional journeyHussLesley MayDr R ViljoenMrs S NellInterpersonal conflict, intensive care units
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2014DoctorateDeveloping a holistic, sustainable and transferable framework for learningDamonsDeonita EulaliaDr S JacobsDr H BothaHolistic, sustainable and transferable framework, learning
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2014DoctorateOrganisational ontology: revealing the corporate soulCoetzeeJohannes Jacobus LodewikusDr R ViljoenDr G LindequeOrganisational ontology, corporate soul
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2014DoctorateA methodology to categorise candidate helicopter pilots: A flight safety approachCoetzeJan AndriesDr R ViljoenDr N CookeMethodology, candidate helicopter pilots, flight safety
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2014DoctorateAn integral approach to innovation for the recovery and sustainable development of manufacturing focusing on Astra PaintsChinyukuJoshuaProf R LessemDr P MuchineripiIntegral approach, innovation, recovery and sustainable development, manufacturing, Astra Paints
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2014DoctorateManagement of indigenous African knowledge systems-based technological innovations in South AfricaChabalalaHlupheka PeterDr M MatsabisaProf N GqaleniIndigenous knowledge systems-based technological innovations
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2014DoctorateBuilding a sustainable corporate reputation: An integrated approach to responsible leadership and corporate marketing managementBroughAndrew JamesProf R LessemDr P MuchineripiSustainable corporate reputation, responsible leadership, corporate marketing management
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2014DoctorateAn investigation into the critical success factors of small to medium enterprises (SMEs) with particular reference to ZimbabweBenjaminEzekiahProf R LessemDr P MuchineripiSmall to medium enterprises (SMEs)
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2014DoctorateRecognition of prior learning: a social entrepreneurial praxisLloydShirley AnneB. Anderson, PhDJ. Keevy, PhDRecognition of prior learning, social entrepreneurial praxisLink to documet
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2014DoctorateManagement of indigenous African knowledge systems-based technological innovations in South AfricaChabalalaH.PM.G. Matsabisa, PhDN. Gqaleni, PhDIndigenous African knowledge systems-based, technological innovationsLink to documet
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2014DoctorateBuilding a Sustainable Corporate Reputation: An Integrated Approach to Responsible Leadership and Corporate Marketing ManagementBroughAndrew JamesB Van Zijl, PhDE Fourie, DEdSustainable Corporate Reputation, Responsible Leadership, Corporate Marketing ManagementLink to documet
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2014DoctorateThesis on an Investigation into the Critical Success Factors of the Small to Medium Enterprises (SME's) with Particular Reference to ZimbabweMubangoAbelCritical Success Factors, Small to Medium Enterprises, SME'sLink to documet
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2013DoctorateEnhancing pilot wellness and situational awareness: Safety through coachingSeifertJürgenDr R ViljoenProf J CoetzeePilot wellness, situational awareness, safety, coaching
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2013DoctorateA framework for the design and implementation of a small and/or medium-sized construction contractor development programme for South AfricaEgbeonuEmeka BenjaminProfessor B AndersonSmall and/or medium-sized construction contractor, development programme
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2013DoctorateThe integral telecoms: towards a sustainable telecommunications sectorMoussavianAli RezaProf R LessemDr A SchiefferIntegral telecoms, telecommunications sector
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2013DoctorateDeveloping a Holistic, Sustainable and Transferable Framework for LearningRuddChristina ElizabethR. Viljoen, Prof.A. Kriel, PhDFramework, learningLink to documet
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2013DoctorateOrganisation Ontology Revealing the Corporate SoulCoetzeeJohannes Jacobus LodewikusRica Viljoen DBLGeorge Lindeque, PhDOrganisation Ontology, Corporate SoulLink to documet
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2012DoctorateIslamic finance revisited: Towards an integral approach to development economics for Nigeria and AfricaOshodiBasheer AdebolaProfessor R LessemDr A SchiefferIslamic finance, integral approach, development economics
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2012DoctorateThesis on social and economic transformation: A case study for Africa with particular reference to Chinyika communities in Gutu ZimbabweMuchineripiJelous PaulProfessor R LessemDr A SchiefferSocial and economic transformation
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2012DoctorateSocial and economic transformation of rural communities in Africa: The case of Chinyika community in ZimbabweKadaStephen MartinProfessor R LessemDr A SchiefferSocial and economic transformation, rural communities
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2012DoctorateThe development of a framework for accelerating transfer of innovation and technology to technology-based small and medium enterprises in South AfricaTung'andeDuncan Harry RobertProfessor H MaraisTransfer of innovation and technology, technology-based small and medium enterprises
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2012DoctorateThe design of a pheunamic framework for improving innovation in the workplaceSteynSamuel ColinDr J KrugerProfessor S LubbePheunamic framework, innovation, workplace
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2012DoctorateThe impact of leadership on organisational culture in public sector organisations of South AfricaNtsoaneMokgadi JuliaDr R ViljoenLeadership, organisational culture, public sector, organisations
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2012DoctorateThe impact of achievement motivation and business knowledge on success of small and medium enterprises in the Johannesburg MetropoleMncono-LiwaniBuyiswaProfessor R MarcusMr S MbheleAchievement motivation, business knowledge, small and medium enterprises
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2012DoctorateA second-order cybernetic approach to rethinking marketing education in the twentyfirst centuryLevyNeil HilliardDr C DavisProfessor R MarcusSecond-order cybernetic, marketing education
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2012DoctorateKnowledge sharing as a determinant of innovation: An aviation perspectiveDe KlerkEugéne LouisProfessor J CoetzeeDr A HussKnowledge sharing, innovation, aviation
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2012DoctorateA systems approach to improve public service delivery in NamibiaChandiwanaDuduzile QueenethProfessor H MaraisProfessor R MarcusSystems approach, public service delivery
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2012DoctorateBreaking the barriers of resistance towards adoption and infusion of biometric solutions: A grounded theory approachTerblancheWilliamDr R ViljoenMr W RautenbachBarriers, resistance, adoption, infusion, biometric solutions
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2012DoctorateEvaluation of methods to control invasive alien plants: A South African case studyMorrisJohnProfessor B AndersonDr P StegmanInvasive alien plants
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2012DoctorateDiscussions in education: A post-modern approachMeyerLindaProfessor B AndersonDr W GoosenEducation, post-modern approach
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2012DoctorateIslamic values and management practices: Quality and transformation in the Arab WorldHammoudehMaqbouleh MahmoudProfessor R LessemIslamic values, management practices, quality, transformation, Arab World
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2012DoctorateHuman capital: A South African perspectiveGoosenWynandProfessor B AndersonProfessor M MehlHuman capital, South African perspective
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2012DoctorateThe phenomenology of human error in aviation: Integrating risk and cognition as a driver for the development of an individual safety cultureCookeNicholas DuncanProfessor J CoetzeeGeneral D BarkerPhenomenology, human error, aviation, integration, risk, cognition, individual safety culture
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2012DoctorateHuman capital management: a South African perspectiveGoosenWB. Anderson, PhDM. Mehl, PhDHuman capital managementLink to documet
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2012DoctorateA second-order cybernetic approach to rethinking marketing education in the twenty-first centuryLevyN.C. Davis, PhDR. Marcus, PhDSecond-order cybernetic approach, marketing educationLink to documet
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2012DoctorateThe utilisation of technology and innovation in the transformer industry: a competitive advantage perspectiveVan Den BergH.J.R. Marcus, PhDL.Viljoen, MBATechnology, innovation, transformer industryLink to documet
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2012DoctorateKnowledge sharing as a determinant of innovation: an aviation perspectiveDe KlerkE.L.J.J.L. Coetzee, PhDA. Huss, PhDKnowledge sharing, innovation, aviationLink to documet
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2012DoctorateThe Phenomenology of Human Error in Aviation: Integrating Risk and Cognition as a Driver for the Development of an Individual Safety CultureCookeNicholas DuncanJ Coetzee, PhDD BarkerHuman Error, Aviation, Risk, Cognition, Development, Individual Safety CultureLink to documet
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2012DoctorateA Systemic Perspective to Wealth Creation in South Africa through Learning and AdaptionToenpediJR.C. Viljoen, PhDB.J. Peens-Hartman, PhDWealth Creation, Learning, AdaptionLink to documet
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2011DoctorateAn investigation into the adoption and usage of Information and Communication Technologies by Small Medium and Micro Enterprises (SMMEs) as a critical leverage for growth and competitivenessVilakaziSamuel SenzangakhonaProfessor R MarcusDr C ChoAdoption, usage, Information and Communication Technologies, Small Medium and Micro Enterprises, (SMMEs), growth, competitiveness
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2011DoctorateAn enquiry into the economic impact of air transport liberalisation for The Republic of South Africa: A Post-modern conversationRosenzweigDaniel Harry FramDr C SteynProfessor R MarcusEconomic impact, air transport, liberalisation
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2011DoctorateMeeting the challenges of the SMME Industry in South Africa: The consultants dilemmaNcubeMthandazoProfessor R MarcusMs V XalaSMME Industry, consultants
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2011DoctorateSouth Africa’s National System of Innovation: A systems, chaos and complexity perspectiveManziniSibusiso ThomasProfessor R MarcusDr S GumbiNational System of Innovation
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2011DoctorateBreaking the barriers of resistance towards adoption and infusion of biometric solutions: a grounded theory approachTerblancheWR. Viljoen, DBLW. Rautenbach, NHDipBarriers, resistance, adoption, infusion, biometric solutions, grounded theory approachLink to documet
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2011DoctorateAn Enquiry into the Economic Impact of Air Transport Liberalization for the Republic of South Africa: A Post-Modern ConversationRosenzweigDaniel HColin Steyn, DBAProf Roy Marcus, PhDAir Transport LiberalizationLink to documet
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2010DoctorateAn alternative approach towards the development of a content management system: A workplace applicationMsimangaMpumeleloProfessor R MarcusMrs G StanilandContent management system
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2010DoctorateThe South African energy crisis: Suggestions for an alternative solutionClarkRobert MichaelProfessor A SartoriMr P RetiefEnergy crisis
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2010DoctorateSelf-directedness as a conduit for meaningful negotiationsBlumenthalIvor AlecProfessor B AndersonMr W StapelbergSelf-directedness, negotiations
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2010DoctorateDevelopment of a sustainability index for knowledge-driven organisations in South AfricaVerhaegheAudrey ElizabethProfessor Roy MarcusDr Elsbeth DixonSustainability index, knowledge-driven organisations
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2010DoctorateSafe communities of opportunities: A strategy for a safe South AfricaHoltmannBarbaraProfessor Roy MarcusDr Marianne CamererSafe communities of opportunities
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2010DoctorateThe South African energy crisis: suggestions for an alternative solutionClarkR.M.A.J. Sartori, PhDP.J. Retiefs, HN DipEnergy crisisLink to documet
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2009DoctorateReverse engineering the future: A prescription for change leadershipShepardStevenProfessor R MarcusProf B AndersonReverse engineering, change leadership
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2009DoctorateOrganisational Behaviour: A phenomenologically experienced autogenic aphorismCoetzeeJohannes Jacobus LodewikusProfessor B AndersonDr F HugoOrganisational behaviour, autogenic aphorism
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2009DoctorateIncorporating Personnel Factors into the design of the Pebble Bed Modular Reactor Power PlantBoshoffStevenProfessor B AndersonDr J van TonderPersonnel Factors, design, Pebble Bed Modular Reactor Power Plant
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2009DoctorateHow to identify and unlock inherent potential within organizations and individuals using a systems approachBarnardAlanProfessor R MarcusDr G EdwardsInherent potential, organizations, individuals, systems approach
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2009DoctorateIncorporating personnel factors into the design of the pebble bird modular reactor power plantBoshoffStevenB. Anderson, PhDJ. Van TonderPersonnel, design, pebble bird modular reactor, power plantLink to documet
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2008DoctorateAn integrated approach to leadership development through systemic leadership learningMostertMorneProfessor R MarcusDr F HugoLeadership development, systemic leadership learning
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2008DoctorateAlleviating capacity constraints of an electricity utility through innovative products and systemsLawrenceVictor AllenProfessor R MarcusProf T BrittenCapacity constraints, electricity utility, innovative products and systems
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2008DoctorateCultural differences and sport performance: A South African case studyHarrisStephenProfessor B AndersonDr M PlaatjieCultural differences, sport performance
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2008DoctorateTowards a framework for optimising the Management of Vibration Tension in contemporary retail bankingSlabbertEtienneProfessor B AndersonMr W ScholtzOptimisation, Management, Vibration Tension, retail banking
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2008DoctorateTowards developing a new model for the pricing of electrical energy in continuously changing environmentsNaidooPathmanathanProfessor R MarcusMr G CookModel, pricing, electrical energy
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2008DoctorateA multi-dimensional Project Management model incorporating macro and micro environmental factorsDe KlerkNicolaasProfessor R MarcusMrs N BeggProject Management model, macro and micro environmental factors
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2008DoctorateInformation Technology governance and organisational performanceBrownTimothy AlfredMr A HussProf R MarcusInformation Technology governance, organisational performance
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2008DoctorateAn integrated approach to leadership development through systemic leadership learningMostertMorneProfessor R MarcusDr F HugoLeadership development, systemic leadership learning
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2008DoctorateAlleviating capacity constraints of an electricity utility through innovative products and systemsLawrenceVictor AllenProfessor R MarcusProf T BrittenCapacity constraints, electricity utility, innovative products and systems
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2008DoctorateCultural differences and sport performance: A South African case studyHarrisStephenProfessor B AndersonDr M PlaatjieCultural differences, sport performance
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2008DoctorateTowards a framework for optimising the Management of Vibration Tension in contemporary retail bankingSlabbertEtienneProfessor B AndersonMr W ScholtzOptimisation, Management, Vibration Tension, retail banking
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2008DoctorateTowards developing a new model for the pricing of electrical energy in continuously changing environmentsNaidooPathmanathanProfessor R MarcusMr G CookModel, pricing, electrical energy
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2008DoctorateA multi-dimensional Project Management model incorporating macro and micro environmental factorsDe KlerkNicolaasProfessor R MarcusMrs N BeggProject Management model, macro and micro environmental factors
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2008DoctorateInformation Technology governance and organisational performanceBrownTimothy AlfredMr A HussProf R MarcusInformation Technology governance, organisational performance
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2008DoctorateAn Integrated Approach to Leadership Development through Systemic Leadership LearningMostertMorneIntegrated Approach, Leadership Development, Systemic Leadership LearningLink to documet
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2007DoctorateNescience in aviation: A phenomenological study of causation and consequentialismHughesJoel WilliaProfessor Roy MarcusProfessor Johann CoetzeeNescience, aviation, causation, consequentialism
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2007DoctorateMeasuring the fairness and equitability of user pays charging methodologies for the provision of air traffic management services.DominickRalfDr Elsbeth DixonDr Lucas DreyerFairness, equitability, user pays, charging methodologies, air traffic management services
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2007DoctorateNescience in aviation: A phenomenological study of causation and consequentialismHughesJoel WilliaProfessor Roy MarcusProfessor Johann CoetzeeNescience, aviation, causation, consequentialism
The Da Vinci Institute for Technology Management2007DoctorateMeasuring the fairness and equitability of user pays charging methodologies for the provision of air traffic management services.DominickRalfDr Elsbeth DixonDr Lucas DreyerFairness, equitability, user pays, charging methodologies, air traffic management services