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Business research
D Coldwell
Juta Academic, 2004
3342004
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, 611-622, 2008
3142008
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, 133-144, 2012
1042012
Explaining how leadership and justice influence employee innovative behaviours
P Khaola, D Coldwell
European Journal of Innovation Management 22 (1), 193-212, 2018
832018
Business research
F Herbst, D Coldwell
Juta and Company Ltd, 2004
762004
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
692001
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
612019
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
562014
Job satisfaction and job performance: The case of research productivity
CW Callaghan, D Coldwell
Journal of Economics 5 (1), 97-113, 2014
372014
Organizational socialization and ethical fit: a conceptual development by serendipity
DAL Coldwell, M Williamson, D Talbot
Personnel Review 48 (2), 511-527, 2019
352019
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
342014
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
282012
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
252007
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
231981
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
212016
Entropic citizenship behavior and sustainability in urban organizations: Towards a theoretical model
D Coldwell
Entropy 18 (12), 453, 2016
192016
Developing ethical managers for future business roles: a qualitative study of the efficacy of “Stand-Alone” and “Embedded” University “Ethics” courses
DA Coldwell, R Venter, E Nkomo
Journal of International Education in Business 13 (2), 145-162, 2020
152020
Striking a balance between types of organisational citizenship behaviour
PP Khaola, DA Coldwell
Southern African Business Review 21 (1), 222-242, 2017
152017
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
142015
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
142007
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