Journal of Applied Management – Volume 5, 2012

Journal

The Gibaran Journal of Applied Management provides an authoritative source of applied management information for scholars, academics, practising managers and professionals.

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Volume 5, 2012
Table of Contents
Editorial Members

Editor’s note PDF

Editorial

Members PDF
Editorial   PDF

Articles

The case for case research in health service management ABSTRACT PDF
Erwin Loh 1-20
Evaluation and Validation of a Management Development Program for an Aboriginal Community Organisation ABSTRACT PDF
Selva Abraham 21-60

Case Studies and Case Analyses

An MBA should consider including a subject on ‘Selling and Sales Management’ ABSTRACT PDF
Warwick Kirby 61-83
Leveraging cyber safety opportunities to build sustainable competitive advantage in a Victorian private school ABSTRACT PDF
Kim Stock 84-107
Enhancing public access to information about healthcare professionals that is pertinent to the wellbeing of the patient ABSTRACT PDF
Chris Vassilopoulos 108-126

Interview

Commentary on the views of leadership following an interview with the President of the Republic of Seychelles PDF
John Wallace 127 – 134
Commentary on the views of leadership following an interview with the President of the Republic of Seychelles PDF
John Wallace 127-134

Reviews

The Case for Research PDF
Dennis Hardy 135-137

The journal was first launched in 2008 as the Gibaran Journal of Applied Management, 6 volumes were published between 2008-20014.

Effective 2015 the journal was renamed as the Journal of Work Applied Management and is published by Emerald Group Publishing Limited.

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