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Welcome to the Business Management Subject Guide
This guide is intended to assist students to acquire life-long learning skills so that they are enabled to use library resources with ease and effectively.
Use this guide to explore resources relating to Business Management.
List of Conferences
List of upcoming conferences around the subjects of business and management.
Latest thoughts in the industry
Active allyship: Do your LGBTQ+ employees feel supported and included?
By Raelyn Jacobson, Monne Williams, and Jackie Wong
Companies highlight their outreach efforts during Pride Month, but LGBTQ+ workers persistently report microaggressions and feelings of isolation at work. Here’s how LGBTQ+ employees report their workplace experience.
World - Climate Services Operational Pathways : Pathways for Transforming Weather, Water, and Climate Services in Jamaica
This report was commissioned by climate investment funds (CIF’s) E and L initiative to distill lessons from CIF’s pilot program on climate resilience (PPCR) support identifying, designing, and implementing hydrometeorological and climate services investments. It seeks to generate learning and strategic insight into the different operational pathways that can be taken by national hydrological and meteorological services to develop, deliver, and strengthen hydrometeorological and climate services.
Sustainable Development Goals
Department of Business Management
Department of Business Management Website
The Department of Business Management began in 1927 and is the second oldest business management department in the country. It is a leading department in this subject.
Faculty Library for Economic & Management Sciences
The Faculty Library for Economic & Management Sciences' goal is to support teaching & learning and research activities of students and staff of the Faculty of Economic & Management Sciences at the University of Pretoria.