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Prof Geoff Goldman

Head: M Com Business Management
Name: Geoff Goldman
Location: D Ring 517 Auckland Park Kingsway Campus
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Contact Details:
Tel: +27 ​(0)11 559 3172


About Prof Geoff Goldman

PhD: Academic’s experience of a merger in Higher Education

Managing Editor: Acta CommerciiResearch

  • Change Management
  • Leadership
  • Organizational Culture
  • Strategy Formulation and Implementation
  • Philosophy of Management
  • Qualitative Research (esp. Grounded Theory Research)


– Papers presented locally: 25
– Papers presented internationally:14
– Journal articles published:10
– Books and chapter contributions: 5
– Conference proceedings edited: 2


Recent publications:
  • GOLDMAN, G.A. & BOUNDS, M.M. 2011. How business and management students perceive the ethical conduct of business organisations. 23nd Annual South African Institute of Management Scientists Conference Proceedings.
  • KENNEDY, C; BOUNDS, M.M. & GOLDMAN, G.A. 2011. Strategic planning in SME’s: conscious effort or afterthought? 4th UJ Faculty of Management Conference Proceedings.
  • GOLDMAN, G.A. 2011. Management gurus: Obsession or necessity? 6th International Ukrainian Scientific and Practical Conference Proceedings
  • GOLDMAN, G.A. 2011. The effect of institutional predisposition on experiences of a merger. In: Journal of Contemporary Management.
  • DANGERS, A.R. & GOLDMAN, G.A. 2011. Factors Influencing A Building-Material Company Brand In: Journal of Transport and Supply Chain Management.
  • BOUNDS, M., BUŁA P., FUDALIŃSKI J. & GOLDMAN G. 2011. Architecture of ethical conduct of organisations towards global crisis in light of empirical research. Fundacja UEK, Poland
  • GOLDMAN, G.A. 2012. The fascination with management gurus: An exploratory argument. In: African Journal or Business Management.
  • GOLDMAN, G.A. 2012. The REM-Theory: Implications for the study of large scale change. In: South African Journal of Business Management.
  • GOLDMAN, G.A. (2012). Exploring academics’ experiences of a merger in higher education: the REM-framework. In: African Journal of Business Management.
  • MOHLALA, J.; GOOSEN, X. and GOLDMAN, G.A. (2012)). Employee retention within the Information Technology division of a South African bank. In: South African Journal of Human Resources Management​