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Title: Perceived impact of public sector leadership on road infrastructure service delivery
Authors: Gqaji, Andile 
Proches, Cecile 
Green, Paul 
Keywords: Accountability;Corruption;Engineering;Government;South Africa
Issue Date: 2016
Publisher: Business Perspectives
Source: Gqaji, A.; Proches, C. and Green, P. 2016. Perceived impact of public sector leadership on road infrastructure service delivery. Investment Management and Financial Innovations. 13(3): 51-59.
Abstract: It is well documented that road infrastructure is an important catalyst of the South African economy because of the interchange of people, goods and services which are dependent upon transport. The purpose of this study was to investigate the perceived impact of public sector leadership on road infrastructure service delivery. A qualitative methodology approach was employed using a purposive sampling technique. Twenty, in-depth, face-to-face interviews were conducted with respondents from both the public and private sectors. Data were analyzed using thematic analysis and the findings of this research indicate that public sector leadership is ineffective in driving road infrastructure development. The results also suggest that the lack of accountability and corruption hinders the delivery of infrastructure.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10321/2288
ISSN: 1810-4967 (print)
1812-9358 (online)
Appears in Collections:Research Publications (Accounting and Informatics)

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