Nelson Mandela Leadership

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No. | DETAILS | PAGES | | INTRODUCTION & BACKGROUNDLITERATURE REVIEW2.1 – Re-engineering Accounts Receivables2.2 – Risk Assessment2.3 – Use Of Advanced Technology2.4 – Debt Collection Process2.5 – Performance MeasurementTHEORIES ON LEADERSHIPRESEARCH OBJECTIVESRESEARCH SIGNIFICANCERESEARCH DESIGN6.1 – Introduction 6.2 – Methodology 6.2.1 - Type of research design 6.2.2 - Data collection – Primary data - Secondary dataSAMPLING PROCEDURE & TECHNIQUES7.1 – Sampling method7.2 – Population & sample sizeMEASUREMENT & SCALING TECHNIQUE8.1 – Close – Ended question – Dichotomous scale 8.2- Open – Ended questionDATA ANALYSIS TECHNIQUES9.1 – Cross tabulation9.2 – Frequency distributionSUMMARY REFERENCE QUESTIONNAIRES | 3-4445566-88-999-11121212121313131314141415151616161718-20 |

1.0 Introduction

Nelson Mandela was born at Qunu, near Umtata on 18 July 1918. His father, was chief councillor to Thembuland's acting chief David Dalindyebo. When his father died, Mandela and was groomed for becoming chief of his local tribe. However Mandela would never be able to make this commitment. Whilst at university Nelson Mandela became increasingly aware of the unjust nature of South African Society. The majority of Black South Africans had little opportunities either Economic or Political. Much to the disappointment of his family, Mandela became involved in politics, and along with his good friend and comrade Oliver Tambo was expelled from Fort Hare for organising a student strike. However Mandela was able to finish his degree and qualified as a Lawyer. In 1952 Mandela and...