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The causes of conflict in public and private sector organizations in South Africa
Chris van Tonder, Werner Havenga, Jan Visagie, 2008, original scientific article

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Keywords: organizational conflict, conflict management, human resource management, management
Published: 15.10.2013; Views: 1359; Downloads: 25
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A theoretical and empirical analysis of gender differences within the African business environment
Herman Linde, Renjini Alex, Felicity van Vrede, Werner Havenga, Jan C. Visagie, 2013, original scientific article

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Keywords: organisations, conflict management styles, relationships
Published: 15.10.2013; Views: 1204; Downloads: 21
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Leadership competencies for managing diversity
Jan Visagie, Werner Havenga, Herman Linde, 2011, original scientific article

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Keywords: raznolikost, upravljanje, vodenje, slogi, doživljanje, management, vzajemnost, diversity, management, leadership, styles
Published: 10.07.2015; Views: 1235; Downloads: 30
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Communicating forest sector sustainability
E. Korhonen, Anne Toppinen, K. Lähtinen, L. Ranacher, Andrea Werner, Tobias Stern, Andreja Kutnar, 2016, original scientific article

Abstract: Communication is an important tool in maintaining legitimacy and acceptability of forest sector operations and activities, and expectations by the general public on the forest sector conduct in Europe are in general very high. Despite this, there is scarce research in crossnational context on how forest sector sustainability is communicated to the general public, and what development areas can be identified in terms of communication content. This study applies a qualitative content analysis in four forestry-rich European countries (Austria, Finland, Germany and Slovenia). The state of online communication of 61 companies and 19 industry associations was qualitatively analyzed in 2014 with a focus on eight core sustainability topics of interest that were identified via an international forest sector stakeholder feedback process. Our results show some great similarity, but also some interesting differences in terms of communication frequency and weight of hot topics across countries. The most frequently communicated area was economic contribution of forests (in Finland and Austria); debate over forest conservation versus production (Germany) and the concept added value of wood (in Slovenia). With the exception of Slovenia, role of forests in combatting global warming was emphasized more frequently within industry associations than among individual forest industry companies. Characteristically, current content of sustainability communication focuses on supplying factual information. Thus, there is a need for developing more targeted and bidirectional forms of stakeholder communication in the future, emphasizing also more active use of social media channels and empowering organizations to promote interactive communication and collaborative learning.
Found in: osebi
Keywords: communication, sustainability, stakeholder, forest sector, Europe
Published: 08.08.2016; Views: 1211; Downloads: 65
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