The success factors in the development of emerging farmers in the agricultural sector within the North West Province of South Africa

Title: The success factors in the development of emerging farmers in the agricultural sector within the North West Province of South Africa Dr AS Pelser North-West University (Mafikeng Campus), South Africa aspelser@hotmail.com orcid.org/0000-0002-0384-5901 Prof T Pelser UKZN, Graduate School of Business & Leadership pelser@ukzn.ac.za orcid.org/0000-0001-5935-0185 Ensovoort, volume 43 (2022), number 4: 3 Abstract The South… Continue reading The success factors in the development of emerging farmers in the agricultural sector within the North West Province of South Africa

The retention of skilled personnel at Mossel Bay municipality

Title: The retention of skilled personnel at Mossel Bay municipality Mr EW Jantjies North-West University (Potchefstroom Campus), South Africa ejantjies@mosselbay.gov.za orcid.org/0000-0002-5940-6107  Dr AS Pelser North-West University (Mafikeng Campus), South Africa aspelser@hotmail.com orcid.org/0000-0002-0384-5901 Ensovoort, volume 43 (2022), number 4: 2 Abstract The successful implementation of an integrated talent management approach is essential for decreasing the danger… Continue reading The retention of skilled personnel at Mossel Bay municipality

Primary obstacles preventing students from the Faculty of  Economics and Management Sciences (FEMS) from acquiring skills and competencies required by the Fourth Industrial Revolution

Title: Primary obstacles preventing students from the Faculty of  Economics and Management Sciences (FEMS) from acquiring skills and competencies required by the Fourth Industrial Revolution Anemarie Botha Email: anemarie.botha@nwu.ac.za https://orcid.org/0000-0001-6567-3757 Public Relations (Stellenbosch College), BA Com. Sc.(UNISA), Mphil (Stellenbosch University) Lecturer at NWU (lecture planning, contact and teaching time with students, assessing student’s work, research)… Continue reading Primary obstacles preventing students from the Faculty of  Economics and Management Sciences (FEMS) from acquiring skills and competencies required by the Fourth Industrial Revolution