Prof. Nana Yaw Oppong, Ph.D.
Prof. Nana Yaw Oppong, Ph.D.
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Developing local managers in the Ghanaian mining industry: an indigenous talent model
NY Oppong, J Gold
Journal of Management Development 35 (3), 341-359, 2016
Towards African work orientations: Guide from Hofstede’s cultural dimensions
NY Oppong
European Journal of Business and Management, 2013
Exploring the importance of human resource activities-strategies alignments: Interactive brainstorming groups approach
NY Oppong
Cogent Business & Management 4 (1), 1273081, 2017
Still the dark continent? Towards contextual methodological approaches to management development research in foreign multinational firms in Africa
NY Oppong
International Journal of Cross Cultural Management 17 (2), 237-256, 2017
Human resource management transfer challenges within multinational firms: From tension to best-fit
NY Oppong
Management Research Review 41 (7), 860-877, 2018
The good and the bad of structural adjustment programme in Africa: Evidence from Ghanaian gold mining industry
NY Oppong
International Journal of Business and Behavioral Sciences, 2013
Talent management: A bundle of hurdles
NY Oppong
Public Policy and Administration Research, 2013
Effects of socio-economic factors on entrepreneurship activities in Cape Coast, Ghana
RA Gbadeyan, NY Oppong, S Oduro
Journal of Entrepreneurship and Business, 2017
Identification of individuals for directorship roles: evaluation of a university’s succession management
NY Oppong, N Oduro-Asabere
The Qualitative Report, 2018
Approaches to succession management of non-academic leaders in higher educational institutions: evidence from the University of Cape Coast, Ghana
NY Oppong, N Oduro-Asabere, NO Owusu
EuroMed Journal of Management 1 (4), 352-369, 2016
Localization of management in multinational enterprises in developing countries: a case study of policy and practice
NY Oppong
International Journal of Training and Development, 2015
The role of national service in enhancing employability skills of tertiary graduates in Ghana: a case of national service personnel in the Central Region
M Segbenya, NY Oppong, SA Baafi-Frimpong
Higher Education, Skills and Work-Based Learning 11 (5), 1089-1105, 2021
Talent management in the Ghanaian gold mining industry: a critical exploration
NY Oppong
Universal Journal of Management and Social Sciences 3 (10), 1-19, 2013
Effect of COVID-19 on acquisition of employable skills among national service personnel in Ghana
M Segbenya, SA Baafi-Frimpong, NY Oppong
Journal of Work-Applied Management 13 (2), 215-226, 2021
Evaluation of a management development programme: A critical discourse analysis
NY Oppong
Qualitative Research in Organizations and Management: An International …, 2017
National managerial talent development in Ghanaian gold mining industry: comparing Western and indigenous approaches
NY Oppong
Developing Country Studies 3 (8), 105-115, 2013
Elements of working conditions and retention of course tutors in distance education in Ghana
M Segbenya, NY Oppong, IE Nyieku
Journal of Business and Enterprise Development (JOBED) 10, 30-50, 2022
Failure of structural adjustment programmes in Sub-Saharan Africa: Policy design or policy implementation?
NY Oppong
Journal of Empirical Economics 3 (5), 321-331, 2014
Retention of health professionals in the upper west region of Ghana: Application of partial least square structural equation modelling
S Sekyi, D Asiedu, NY Oppong
Journal of African Business 23 (1), 1-22, 2022
Inter-sector managerial skills requirements in Ghana: Group interactive brainstorming approach
NY Oppong, M Segbenya
Social Sciences & Humanities Open 8 (1), 100594, 2023
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