Osarumwense Vincent Iguisi

Euro-African Capacity Development Centre
Management and Organisational Behaviour

57 Great Cullings
Rush Green
Romford, Essex
UK
RM7 0YJ
iguisi@culturecount.eu or iguisi2001@yahoo.com

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Researching into policies that promote awareness of cultural values in providing the needed cultural and environmental research data for economic, political and social development to public and private organizations; small business enterprises, local and international NGO's, with the aim to improve their capacity building, appropriateness, effectiveness, efficiency and sustainability.

Citation:
Iguisi, O. (2014). African Values for the Practice of Human Resource Management. Beykent University Journal of Social Sciences – BUJSS Vol.6 No.2, 2013 ISSN: 1307- 5063
Abstract: The importance of cultural values for management practice in Africa has become increasingly obvious in recent years as many expectations of African organizations and institutions created and managed along lines of Western management assumptions, textbooks and models have not achieved the expected results of sustainable economic development and growth. In Africa, we have very limited knowledge about its cultural values and the consequences it pose for human resources practice in African organizations. The research project investigated some African traditional values in Nigerian work organizations. The research question that the study tries to address is: to what extent is the assumptions in Western management theories consistent with the African Traditional values for the practice of human resources in Africa?
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Substantive Focus:
Economic Policy PRIMARY
Education Policy SECONDARY
Social Policy
Comparative Public Policy

Theoretical Focus:
Policy Process Theory SECONDARY
Policy Analysis and Evaluation PRIMARY