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Managing human capital for optimum performance.
People undoubtedly constitute the most valuable asset in any enterprise be it public or private. Until we acknowledge that the expert in any particular job is most often the person performing it, we shall forever limit ...
Impact of HIV/AIDS on Namibian educational sector.
HIV/AIDS in the education and training sector in Namibia has been of critical concern to Namibia especially because of its apartheid past and the resultant backlog of untrained and unskilled indigenous population. This ...
Strategic management of HIV/AIDS-affected personnel in confined work places and environs: Focus on staff of the Namibian Security Forces.
This paper assesses the management of HIV/AIDS in the Namibian Security Force from policy environment and work assignments levels. An attempt is made to characterize the security force members in terms of how operational ...
Applicability of the Small Business Franchise Prototype model to Namibia.
Namibia has been witnessing an increase in the cases of business failures, job losses and job cuts. In 1970, the unemployment figure was about 20 000 and increased to about 223 000 (36.7%) in 2004. Also, Namibia’s unemployment ...
Unethical practices: Bane of effective enterprise management.
There is no human endeavour that does not require proper management for its proper functioning. Every organisation whether small, medium or big, requires good corporate governance to function effectively. Furthermore, ...
Ethics and values - Are they forgotten in our work place, community and society?
Throughout history, every human society has had its norms and values that its members obey to sustain its smooth existence. When people deviate from these norms, the society is in decadence. In the traditional society, ...