A. C. Leonard

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The effectiveness of IT departments, and more specifically the developers of electronic commerce (EC) applications, and the value they are adding to their organizations in many cases are hampered by poor relationships between EC professionals and their end users. This situation impacts on EC professionals' ability to produce service and support of high(More)
  • De Villiers, De Klerk, De Jager, N Wilkinson, Lecturer, S Lecturer Van Der Merwe +53 others
  • 2014
The information in this publication Note: Due to the continuous restructuring of the Faculty and the accompanying phased-in introduction of modules and credits, some of the information in this publication may not fully reflect the most recent developments in the Faculty. Problems that are experienced as a result of this situation may be taken up with(More)
  • Mentorship Abedin, J M Kroenke, K Feldman, Pincus, C S Cho, R A Ramanan +21 others
  • 2014
(2012). Deriving competencies for mentors of clinical and translational scholars. (2011). Defining the ideal qualities of mentorship: a qualitative analysis of the characteristics of outstanding mentors. review of qualitative research on the meaning and characteristics of mentoring in academic medicine.
The social and political nature of IS projects requires that social relationships and networks are considered when project teams are created and monitored throughout the project lifecycle since project management philosophies and methodologies are not enough to achieve project success. Social relationships and networks were found to have three impact types(More)
In most large organizations the management of employees with diverse cultures and backgrounds can become complex and sometimes very difficult. Issues such as communication and collaboration within such an environment are normally a problem to deal with. It is believed that technologies such as Intranets, if used correctly, may have a positive impact in this(More)
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