Assessing the implementation of a turnaround management strategy in a water board
Mokubung, Mpheteng P.; Botha, Christoff J.; Du Plessis, Andries
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Citation:Mokubung, M. P., Botha, C. J., and Du Plessis, A. J. (2014). Assessing the implementation of a turnaround management strategy in a water board. Paper presented at the 8th IBC Conference of Management, 19-21 September, Namibia(Ed.), IBC (pp.66-72).
Permanent link to Research Bank record:https://hdl.handle.net/10652/3011
The research focused on assessing implementation of the turnaround management strategies in a water board. The location of the research was a water board located in the economic heart of South Africa, Rand Water. The research approach was quantitative methodology, which involved distribution of questionnaires as part of field work in the water board. The area of focus in the water board was Strategic Asset Management Division which was selected because of its huge impact in the planning and execution of the capital projects. Infrastructure or capital projects form the core of the business sustainability; they ensure the future of the water as well as the region of the country. Various literatures were reviewed pertaining to the turnaround management strategies and certain inferences were made. Models can be developed utilizing regression tools pertaining to the turnaround plans and adaptation of these models based on conditions or certain unique aspects is recommended to be done