1. Noel Pearse

    Noel Pearse
    Associate Professor, Rhodes Business School. Noel Pearse is an associate professor in the Rhodes Business School at Rhodes University, functioning as the Academic Co-ordinator. He lectures primarily in the fields of Leadership, People Management, Strategy Implementation, Change Management and Research Methodology. His research interests lie mainly in the areas of leadership development, tacit knowledge, staff retention, voluntary organisations, organisational change and development. He has consulted to, and conducted training on behalf of National Parliament, government departments, NGO’s and private companies, including extensive work in the automotive industry.

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    Why are Leaders Exempt from Service?

    Increasingly, it is recognised that business organisations do not exist for themselves, but for the good of society.

    Creating decent jobs through sustainable Human Resource Management

    Creating decent jobs. This is one of the key challenges facing humanity internationally and South Africa in particular.

    The need for a sustainable Human Resource Management philosophy

    The Sullivan Code served as the moral conscious and watchdog of multinational corporations operating in South Africa during the Apartheid era.

    Strategic leadership and social capital in an era of responsible leadership: implications for research

    Strategic leadership is seen as a key driver in building the organisation's internal capabilities.

    Business (dis)unity: South Africa in 3D

    Without a pair of 3D glasses, viewing a 3D movie is not a pleasant experience. Similarly, some observers who are viewing the fracturing of Business Unity South Africa (BUSA) may be more than a little alarmed.