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Published: November 30, 2006

 
 

The Company That Anticipated History

Reprint No. 06406

Author Profiles:


Ann Graham (ann.graham@mac.com) is a contributing editor to strategy+business and its former deputy editor. Based in Bronxville, N.Y., she focuses on the role of business in society. Her latest publication, Learning for Sustainability (Society for Organizational Learning, 2006), was a collaboration with Peter Senge.
 
 
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Resources

  1. Anton Eberhard, “The Political Economy of Power Sector Reform in South Africa,” working paper no. 6, Program on Energy and Sustainable Development at the Center for Environmental Science and Politics, Stanford Institute for International Studies, April 2004: Context for Eskom’s challenges as the primary electricity supplier in South Africa. Click here.
  2. Linda A. Hill and Maria Farkas, “A Gentler Capitalism: Black Business Leadership in the New South Africa,” Harvard Business School working paper no. 06-057, 2006: An informative profile of another South African company’s effort to recruit and develop black managers. Click here.
  3. Charlayne Hunter-Gault, New News out of Africa: Uncovering Africa’s Renaissance (Oxford University Press, 2006): The respected American journalist provides fresh perspective on pre- and post-apartheid South Africa, and prospects for the continent.
  4. Reuel J. Khoza and Mohamed Adam, The Power of Governance: Enhancing the Performance of State-Owned Enterprises (Pan Macmillan, 2006): The former chairman of Eskom offers views on governance of state-owned enterprises and on the narrowing gap between public- and private-sector management.
  5. Ian McRae, The Test of Leadership: 50 Years in the Electricity Supply Industry in South Africa (EE Publishers, 2006): Eskom’s former chief executive tells his story. Click here.
 
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