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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
432016
Towards African work orientations: Guide from Hofstede’s cultural dimensions
NY Oppong
European Journal of Business and Management, 2013
432013
Exploring the importance of human resource activities-strategies alignments: Interactive brainstorming groups approach
NY Oppong
Cogent Business & Management 4 (1), 1273081, 2017
332017
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
272017
Human resource management transfer challenges within multinational firms: From tension to best-fit
NY Oppong
Management Research Review 41 (7), 860-877, 2018
242018
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
212013
Talent management: A bundle of hurdles
NY Oppong
Public Policy and Administration Research, 2013
202013
Effects of socio-economic factors on entrepreneurship activities in Cape Coast, Ghana
RA Gbadeyan, NY Oppong, S Oduro
Journal of Entrepreneurship and Business, 2017
182017
Identification of individuals for directorship roles: evaluation of a university’s succession management
NY Oppong, N Oduro-Asabere
The Qualitative Report, 2018
172018
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
162016
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
162015
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
152021
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
122013
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
112021
Evaluation of a management development programme: A critical discourse analysis
NY Oppong
Qualitative Research in Organizations and Management: An International …, 2017
112017
National managerial talent development in Ghanaian gold mining industry: comparing Western and indigenous approaches
NY Oppong
Developing Country Studies 3 (8), 105-115, 2013
102013
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
92022
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
92014
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
82022
Inter-sector managerial skills requirements in Ghana: Group interactive brainstorming approach
NY Oppong, M Segbenya
Social Sciences & Humanities Open 8 (1), 100594, 2023
72023
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