African Journal of
Business Management

  • Abbreviation: Afr. J. Bus. Manage.
  • Language: English
  • ISSN: 1993-8233
  • DOI: 10.5897/AJBM
  • Start Year: 2007
  • Published Articles: 4164

Table of Content: 14 January, 2019; 13(1)

January 2019

Role of entrepreneurship education on students’ intention and mediating effect of self-efficacy

Entrepreneurship education trend is increasing rapidly worldwide. This increase was driven through entrepreneurship promise like a catalyst to promote economic revival and growth. It is anticipated entrepreneurship education provides the basis of entrepreneurship notions, forming attitude, behavior, and mind set of the entrepreneurs. Several programs regarding entrepreneurial education established in universities have...

Author(s): Nosheena Yasir, An Liren and Nasir Mahmood  

January 2019

Critique does not equate to rebellion: Positive deviance and entrepreneurial networking among small and medium enterprises in Uganda

This paper examines the relationship between positive deviance and entrepreneurial networking among small and medium enterprises (SMEs). Using a mixed method approach combined self-administered questionnaires and interview guide covering 228 SMEs in Uganda, the cross-sectional nature of this study revealed key nuances about SMEs. The research findings confirmed a significant positive relationship between positive...

Author(s): Samuel Mayanja, Joseph M. Ntayi, J. C. Munene, Balunywa Wasswa and Moses M. Kibirango

January 2019

Context and strategy: Managing Sanlam for and in change, 1945-2013

Business sustainability of corporations a hundred years old, is not a regular occurrence in Africa. A qualitative historical study of the development of an insurance company succeeding on the trajectory of adapting to challenging context constitutes the core of this study. The historical analysis illustrates the role of social context, international political economy and management agency in negotiating a successful...

Author(s): Drotskie Adri and Grietjie Verhoef  

January 2019

Internal equity and customer relationship management in developing countries: A quantitative and a comparative study of three private companies in Burkina Faso

Internal equity in customer relationship management is ignored by companies in Burkina Faso, which causes a reduction in terms of profitability. Equity and ethical practices in marketing are essential to the sustainable development of companies in Burkina Faso especially in the context of globalization where values of fair trade are promoted and where competition is ferocious. This research focuses on the contribution...

Author(s): Théophile Bindeouè Nasse,