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Monique Keevy
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Using case studies to transfer soft skills (also known as pervasive skills) Empirical evidence
M Keevy
Meditari Accountancy Research 24 (3), 458-474, 2016
552016
Education programmes' responsibilities regarding pervasive skills
M Strauss-Keevy
Journal of Economic and Financial Sciences 7 (2), 415-432, 2014
392014
Core subjects in accounting academic programmes: Development of pervasive skills
M Keevy
South African Journal of Accounting Research, 2020
312020
Pervasive skills development for aspirant chartered accountants: Academic versus training programmes
M Keevy, DJ Mare
Journal of Economic and Financial Sciences 11 (1), 1-9, 2018
242018
Using a stakeholder developed case study to develop soft skills
G Samkin, M Keevy
Meditari Accountancy Research, 2019
222019
Using collaborative learning exercises to transfer pervasive skills: Some South African evidence
M Keevy
Journal of Economic and Financial Sciences 8 (2), 456-473, 2015
212015
Perceptions of accounting academics on the delivery of pervasive skills under the SAICA Competency Framework
M Strauss-Keevy
University of Johannesburg, 2012
152012
INFLUENCE: THE DEVELOPMENT OF PERVASIVE SKILLS
M Strauss-Keevy, D Maré
AccountancySA, 2015
72015
Effectiveness of delivery methods in the transfer of soft skills
M Keevy
6th International Conference on Higher Education Advances (HEAd'20), 113-122, 2020
62020
Cyber-security awareness of South African state-mandated public sector organisations
ML Ngoma, M Keevy, P Rama
Southern African Journal of Accountability and Auditing Research 23 (1), 53-64, 2021
42021
Using mentorship programmes to transfer pervasive skills (soft skills): Empirical evidence
M Keevy
GAI International Academic Conferences Proceedings, 42-54, 2016
42016
Developing country educators’ experiences of higher education teaching during COVID-19
M Keevy, G Verhoef, M Tharapos
Journal of Economic and Financial Sciences 16 (1), 11, 2023
22023
Capacity development of accounting educators: A case study of developing countries
M Keevy
University of Johannesburg, 0
1
Using an extended professional project to develop professional skills among rural South African accounting students
M Keevy, M Tharapos, BT O’Connell, G Verhoef, P de Lange, NJ Beatson
Accounting Education, 1-25, 2023
2023
Public cybersecurity awareness good practices on government-led websites
P Rama, M Keevy
International Journal of Research in Business and Social Science (2147-4478 …, 2023
2023
Information Technology Factors Impacting Educators before and during COVID-19: A Study of Developing Countries
M Keevy
Sustainable Business and Society in Emerging Economies 5 (1), 1-40, 2023
2023
A comparative review of South Africa’s government-led cybersecurity awareness measures to those of world-leading countries
P Rama, M Keevy
Southern African Journal of Accountability and Auditing Research 24 (1), 117-128, 2022
2022
COMPARATIVE REVIEW OF THE INTERNAL AUDIT COMPETENCIES TO JOB ADVERTISEMENTS OF AUDIT FIRMS
TI Kgoadi, RJ Smith, M Keevy
Disclosure of information technology governance by South African state-owned entities
V Vutabwarova, M Keevy
Using role-playing exercises to promote soft skill (pervasive skill) development
M Keevy
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