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    • A comparative analysis of current trade union trends in the European Union and South Africa 

      Havenga, Werner; Linde, Herman Max; Uys, Marie; Visagie, Jan Christoffel (Academic journals, 2012)
      The primary objective of this study was to establish what factors currently influence trade unions as organisations in South Africa and the European Union and then to compare these factors. To conduct this study a pure ...
    • Evolving role and nature of workplace leaders and diversity: A theoretical and empirical approach 

      Linde, Herman Max; Visagie, Jan Christoffel (University of Primorska, 2010)
      Blumer (1962) regarded the ‘many possibilities of uncertainty as inherent to the process of joint action.’ Joint action reflects the efforts of participants to work out the line of action in light of what they observe each ...
    • Intergroup conflict within a South African mining company 

      Gobind, Jenni; Havenga, Werner; Linde, Herman Max; Visagie, Jan Christoffel (Academic journals, 2012)
      The uncertainty that accompanies organizational change heightens prospects for intra-organizational conflict. Notwithstanding this, the knowledge base on the sources (or causes) of organizational conflict is underdeveloped ...
    • Leadership competencies for managing diversity 

      Havenga, Werner; Linde, Herman Max; Visagie, Jan Christoffel (University of Primorska, 2011)
      The new understanding of diversity involves more than increasing the number of different identity groups on the payroll. An important proposal is that the experience of diversity in an organisation results from pervasive ...
    • A theoretical approach to the experience of diversity management: mead revisited 

      Havenga, Werner; Linde, Herman Max; Visagie, Jan Christoffel (Kamla-Raj Enterprises, 2011)
      The growing importance of managing workplace diversity necessitates investigating leadership style as a component of diversity management experience. The article described the interactionist viewpoint as an underpinning ...