The Department of Information and Knowledge Management’s Latest Publication

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The Lecturers at the Department of Information and Knowledge Management comprise of distinguished as well as emerging researchers and are continously publishing in the field. Below are the latest publications:

A Review and Content Analysis of the Quality of Knowledge Sharing Mobile Applications by Ms Wafeequa Dinath

Designing for the user: preferred mobile app features by Dr Andrea Potgieter and Professor Chris Rensleigh

Determining key features of Business Intelligence Tools for Decision-Making in Small and Medium Enterprises by Mr Sithembiso Khumalo and Professor Tanya Du Plessis

Elements of a flexible information architecture: A South African perspective by Dr Cornelius Niemand and Professor Martie Mearns

Enhancing the e-Visibility Status of Environmental Science Researchers at the University of South Africa by Dr Leslie Adriaanse and Professor Chris Rensleigh

Information and Knowledge Management Publication Trends in Preparing Society for the 4IR by Ms Wafeequa Dinath

Protocols and Design Structures for Vehicular Networks by Professor Kelvin Bwalya

Research as a service offering of knowledge Management firms in the fourth industrial revolution by Mr Lucian de Koker and Professor Tanya Du Plessis

Robot Process Automation as a Pre-Cursor to e-Government in the Fourth Industrial Revolution by Professor Kelvin Bwalya

Spatial Intelligence and Vehicle-to-Vehicle Communication: Topologies and Architectures by Professor Kelvin Bwalya

The Importance of Using Knowledge Transfer Practices within a Small Family Run Business by Ms Wafeequa Dinath

Theories in Information Management: Analysing Development Trajectory by Dr Cornelius Niemand and Professor Kelvin Bwalya

The role of Scrum in knowledge sharing and collaboration of agile software development teams by Professor Kelvin Bwalya and Dr Paul Laughton

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