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Title: Leadership attributes driving the transformation agenda in a university in South Africa
Authors: Ngcamu, Bethuel Sibongiseni 
Keywords: Race;restructuring;stakeholder;transformation agenda
Issue Date: 2015
Publisher: Global Business and Technology Association
Source: Ngcamu, B. S. 2015. Leadership attributes driving the transformation agenda in a university in South Africa. (In: 17th Annual International Conference, Peniche/Lisbon, Portugal, July, 7-11, 2015). [https://www.researchgate.net/publication/280040240]
Conference: 17th Annual International Conference, Peniche/Lisbon, Portugal, July, 7-11, 2015 
Abstract: This study investigates the leaders’ knowledge and leadership attributes that have the potential to influence transformation, post-merger and incorporation of the DUT. The research study is grounded in quantitative methods whereby a survey was conducted to 191 university leaders with 133 returned successfully generating the response percentage of 70%. The findings generated the reliability coefficient Alpha of 0.947 indicating the high degree of acceptance and consistent of the results. The findings revealed the highest percentage of 70% regarding the belief that transformation refers to restructuring the institution more than commonly anticipated variables such as race (56%). Furthermore the findings revealed that nearly 40% of the research participants do not feel that the university creates platform for open debates; independent thinking and freedom of speech (30%). This study is expected to contribute to the body of knowledge in the realization of both the institutional and national transformation agenda.
Description: Conference Paper
URI: https://www.researchgate.net/publication/280040240
http://hdl.handle.net/11189/8057
ISBN: 1-932917-11-x
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