Selected papers from the Leadership & Management Studies in Sub-Sahara Africa 2010 conference at the Graduate School of Business of the University of Cape Town are available as a special issue of the Asia Pacific Journal of Business and Management, 2011, Volume 2, Number 1, ISSN 1179-626X, at the website:

Table of Contents:

Romie Littrell

“Leadership and management studies in sub-Saharan Africa: An introduction to the special issue”

Kurt April and Kai Peters

“Communal versus individual modalities of work: A South African investigation”

George Wangirayi Nyabadza and Stella M. Nkomo

“The lived experience of the strategic leader: What effective CEOs do, how they do it and an exploration into how they think about it”

Tidings P. Ndhlovu and Leopold Lessassy

“Prospects for ethnic African products in the European Union”

Romie Littrell

“Contemporary sub-Saharan African managerial leadership research: Some recent empirical studies”

Romie Frederick Littrell, BA, MBA, PhD, FIAIR
Auckland University of Technology, New Zealand
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