Items where Department/School is "Schools > Centre for Business, Information Technology and Enterprise > School of Business and Adminstration" and Year is 2008
Number of items: 8.
Botes, V. L. (2008) Outsourcing education: Lessons to be learned from the corporate world. In: New Zealand Applied Business Education Conference 2008: Refereed papers. Unitec, Auckland, New Zealand. 
Clokie, Trish and Wallace, Catherine (2008) Preliminary research into the effect of international students on workload. In: New Zealand Communication Association Te Roopu Whakaakoranga Whakapanga o Aotearoa: Testing The Waters: Connecting Through Communication: 20th National Annual Conference: 4-5 December 2009, Hamilton, New Zealand: Programme and Proceedings. New Zealand Communication Association, p. 12. 
Botes, V. L. (2008) Criteria to determine whether education and training is relevant. The Chamber Voice, Jun-Au (55). pp. 9-10. 
Yeung, Deniss (2008) E-Learning preferences of international students: The Shandong University of Technology Study (SDUT). Journal of College Teaching and Learning, 5 (4). pp. 63-70. ISSN 1544-0389 
Conference or Workshop Item
Botes, V. L. (2008) Socio political aspects influencing the sustainability of outsourcing: A South African perspective. In: 3rd GECAMB Conference on Environmental Management and Accounting: The Portuguese CSEAR Conference, 16-17 October, 2008, Leiria, Portugal. 
France, Adrian (2008) Review of factors and activities contributing to proficient academic business researchers. In: ITP New Zealand 5th Biennial Research Conference Forum Conference, 2-3 October, 2008, Tauranga, New Zealand. (Unpublished) 
Yeung, Deniss (2008) E-Learning preferences of international students: The Shandong University of Technology Study (SDUT). In: Research Seminar Series, 18 October, 2008, Hamilton, New Zealand. 
Crabtree, Jen and France, Adrian (2008) How selected primary schools in the Waikato manage their financial resources of limited government funding in order to effectively meet their schools objectives. 2008.