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    • Different venues, different experiences: evidence from live music performances 

      Manners, Bianca; Kruger, Martinette; Saayman, Melville (University of Stellenbosch, 2015)
      The purpose of this research was to determine whether visitors who attend the same live music performance at four different destinations/locations vary and whether their needs were the same for a memorable visitor ...
    • Managing an art exhibition: more than just hanging art on walls 

      Borstlap, H.; Saayman, M. (Prof. Ansie Lessing, 2016)
      Funding for arts festivals is decreasing as governments cut funding to provide for the less fortunate. However, the number of arts festivals is still growing, especially in developing countries such as South Africa. They ...
    • Managing live music performances: a demand and supply analysis 

      Manners, Bianca; Kruger, Martinette; Saayman, Melville (Cognizant, LLC, 2016)
      The purpose of this study was to provide a comparison between the demand and supply aspects of live music performances in order to establish whether any differences exist between those aspects regarded as important by ...
    • Optimizing the value chain in the automotive industry using B2B portals 

      Smit, Danie; Kroeze, Jan H; Kirlidog, Melih (2010)
      Successfully implementing ICT projects is a significant challenge for ICT managers. This paper addresses this problem by adding insights regarding critical success factors of B2B portals in the automotive industry to the ...
    • Why use communication training as enterprise-wide project risk mitigation tool? 

      Hedré Pretorius; Hermien Zaaiman (IEEE, 2013)
      Complex enterprise-wide projects often fail even when formal project management methods are followed. Project management processes and methodologies are well defined and described in academic and business literature. There ...