Schools and the Law describes and explains the current legal framework governing our schools. It addresses the key legal and policy instruments affecting schools and covers the growing body of case law on schools and education.
Real Leaders are not robots. They do not fall into the standard stereotypes, nor do they subscribe to a 'one size fits all' approach to leadership development. This book unpacks the psychological and behavioural traits of good leaders and shows how you can develop these traits and remain true to yourself and your own style.
"58 Ways to Improvise in Training is a 'hands on' book full of ideas to help trainers energise groups large and small. It's a book that will remain on my desk rather than propping it up!" - Leslie Spiers, Managing Director, Proem Consulting Limited
Looking beyond the year 2000, this text forecasts the impact of technology transfer and information technologies on South African banking. Integrated banking and economic concepts are presented which explore the origins of money, the development of banking and the inevitability of interest rates.
This text on computers and the law covers topics such as patenting computer hardware and software, the scope of digital copyright, trade secrets and unfair competition, computers and the law of contract, and computer crime.
The all-new Applied marketing cases is an engaging collection of case studies written by owners, entrepreneurs and corporates (from SMMEs to larger companies). They share their frustrations, successes and challenges on starting and running successful businesses.