THE ROLE OF LEADERSHIP
IN CHANGE MANAGEMENT:
A CASE STUDY AT
NATIONAL PROSECUTING AUTHORITY
A field study submitted to the UFS Business School
in the Faculty of Economic and Management Sciences
in partial fulfilment of the requirements for the
Magister in Business Administration
UFS Business School
University of the Free State
I declare that the field study hereby submitted for the Magister in Business Administration at the UFS Business School, University of the Free State, is my own independent work and that I have not previously submitted this work, either as a whole or in part, for a qualification at another university or at another faculty at this University.
I also hereby cede copyright of this work to the University of the Free State
Name: Zenzile Shibambu
Date: NOVEMBER 2012
This Field Study is not only about me, but a number of people contributed in one way or another, and I would like to express my gratefulness to them as follows:
1. To God, my father, who created me and always gives me the strength to carry on.
2. To my mother, who has always been there for me, praying for me and always encouraging me to study, yet she is not educated.
3. To my loving husband, who has been my pillar of strength during my studies, taking care of our children while I was studying.
4. To my children, Kwetsimani, Maze and Ayo, for their understanding when mommy was always studying.
I am also indebted to my supervisor, Danie Jacobs, for providing me with additional reading which I have used as the key approach to conducting this study, his inputs and comments during the writing of this thesis.
Finally, I thank Edna Cox and Maquida du Preez, at the UFS Business School, for their unswerving...