David Coldwell
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D Coldwell
Juta Academic, 2004
The effects of person–organization ethical fit on employee attraction and retention: Towards a testable explanatory model
DA Coldwell, J Billsberry, N Van Meurs, PJG Marsh
Journal of business ethics 78 (4), 611-622, 2008
Responsible leadership in organizational crises: An analysis of the effects of public perceptions of selected SA business organizations’ reputations
DAL Coldwell, T Joosub, E Papageorgiou
Journal of Business Ethics 109 (2), 133-144, 2012
Perceptions and expectations of corporate social responsibility: theoretical issues and empirical findings
DAL Coldwell
South African Journal of Business Management 32 (1), 49-55, 2001
Business research
F Herbst, D Coldwell
Juta and Company Ltd, 2004
Explaining how leadership and justice influence employee innovative behaviours
P Khaola, D Coldwell
European Journal of Innovation Management, 2018
SOX and the Transition from Apartheid to Democracy: S outh A frican Auditing Developments through the Lens of Modernity Theory
W Maroun, D Coldwell, M Segal
International Journal of Auditing 18 (3), 206-212, 2014
Negative influences of the 4th industrial revolution on the workplace: Towards a theoretical model of entropic citizen behavior in toxic organizations
DAL Coldwell
International journal of environmental research and public health 16 (15), 2670, 2019
Job satisfaction and job performance: The case of research productivity
CW Callaghan, D Coldwell
Journal of Economics 5 (1), 97-113, 2014
Organizational socialization and ethical fit: a conceptual development by serendipity
DAL Coldwell, M Williamson, D Talbot
Personnel Review, 2019
Specific organizational citizenship behaviours and organizational effectiveness: The development of a conceptual heuristic device
DAL Coldwell, CW Callaghan
Journal for the Theory of Social Behaviour 44 (3), 347-367, 2014
Learning organizations without borders? A cross-cultural study of university HR practitioners’ perceptions of the salience of Senge’s five disciplines in effective work outcomes
DAL Coldwell, A Fried
International Journal of Cross Cultural Management 12 (1), 101-114, 2012
Is research that is both causally adequate and adequate on the level of meaning possible or necessary in business research? A critical analysis of some methodological alternatives
DAL Coldwell
Electronic Journal of Business Research Methods 5 (1), pp1‑10-pp1‑10, 2007
Paradigms apart: black managers in a white man's world
DAL Coldwell, AP Moerdyk
South African Journal of Business Management 12 (3), 70-76, 1981
Academic citizenship and wellbeing: An exploratory cross-cultural study of South African and Swedish academic perceptions
D Coldwell, E Papageorgiou, C Callaghan, A Fried
South African Journal of Higher Education 30 (1), 80-105, 2016
Entropic citizenship behavior and sustainability in urban organizations: Towards a theoretical model
D Coldwell
Entropy 18 (12), 453, 2016
Institutional forces and divestment performance of South African conglomerates: Case study evidence
D King, D Coldwell, T Joosub, D McClelland
South African Journal of Economic and Management Sciences 18 (3), 338-353, 2015
Research versus teaching satisfaction and research productivity
CW Callaghan, D Coldwell
International Journal of Educational Sciences 7 (1), 203-218, 2014
Perceptions of the measurability, importance and effects of work equity on job satisfaction and work motivation: An exploratory study of the utility of equity theory
S Coldwell, DAL* & Perumal
Alternation 14 (1), 197-217, 2007
The role of internal and external factors on management students' subject choices
DAL Coldwell, CW Callaghan
South African Journal of Economic and Management Sciences 16 (3), 244-257, 2013
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