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Natasha Mwila

Email: natasha.mwila@monash.edu

Tel: +27119504340

Teaching commitments
  • International Business Theory and Practice (Master of International Business)
  • International Business (Bachelor of Business Science)
  • Managerial Communication (Bachelor of Business Science)
Achievements
  • Short Writing Case Winner 2017 – John Molson MBA International Case Competition
  • Global Innovation Awards Honourable Mention 2016 – Academic Integrity Africa & Middle East
  • Best Paper Award 2016 – African Young Graduates and Scholars Conference
Professional bodies/associations
  • Institute of Directors Southern Africa
  • Southern African Institute of Management Sciences
  • South African Institute of Management
  • Australian Institute of Management
Research interest

An emerging transdisciplinary researcher with interest in management theory and practice in the African context. Specific areas include international business, entrepreneurship, knowledge management, gendered business studies and social networks.

Peer-reviewed Journal Publications
  • Mwila, N. K. & Wemba, M. C. (2018). Eliciting a Profile of Handicraft Entrepreneurs in Maboneng, World Journal of Entrepreneurship, Management and Sustainable Development, 14(2): 114-125
  • Mwila, N. K. & Turay, M. I. (2018). Augmenting Talent Management for Sustainable Development in Africa, World Journal of Entrepreneurship, Management and Sustainable Development, 14(1): 41-49
  • Mwila, N. K. (2013). Focus on Organizational Memory as an Enabler and Constrainer of Innovation in Knowledge Management, Journal of Knowledge Management Practice, 14(1)
  • Jacobs, H. & Mwila, N. K. (2011). Koljander- The Story of Success in a South African Home Industry Entrepreneurial Business, Researchers World, 2(2): 86-98
Books and Chapters in Books
  • Mwila, N. K. (2018). Influences of political leadership on cultural development. In O. Bialostocka (Ed.), New African Thinkers Agenda 2063: Culture at the heart of sustainable development (Chapter 7). Pretoria: HSRC Press. ISBN: 978-0-7969-2565-7
  • Mwila, N. K. (2013). Being the “Other” in Entrepreneurship: A Study of the Contributions of the Often Doubly Discriminated Female Immigrants Across the Globe, Thunderbird International Business Review, 55(5): 619-622
  • Mwila, N. K. (2013). Crowdsourcing in Small and Medium Sized Enterprises. In Small and Medium Enterprises: Concepts, Methodologies, Tools and Applications (Vol IV) (pp 1293-1307). IGI Global
  • Mwila, N. K. (2012). Baking New Cakes: Koljander’s Story of Managing and Leading Innovation in the South African Home Industry, Saarbrücken: Lambert Academic Publishing
Research reports
  • Cooney, R. & Mwila, N. K. (2012). Improving Return To Work Coordinator Training, Report No. 1212-033-R2A: Institute for Safety, Compensation and Recovery Research
Full-length, peer reviewed conference proceedings
  • Musara, M. & Mwila, N. K. (2016). The Social Constructionist View In Entrepreneurship Research: A Thematic-Content Analysis. Reading Book. Global Business and Technology Association 18th
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