ASA Articles (written since 2008)
A different language called kinesics
Building a moral intelligent culture
Building an authentic leadership image
Revive mentoring to retain your talent
Cutting edge Issue
Leadership & Management Issue
A thought leadership conversation with Brand Pretorius
Investing in the core – Customers
Personal financial leadership
Social entrepreneurship – interview with Natalie Zimmelman (AATSA)
The softer issues (budget for it)
Women in the profession setup up
2012 – Matching passion with results
2013 – FRONT PAGE ARTICLES
Driven humility – Interview with Suresh Kana (CEO PWC)
Facing the giants – Interview with SekelaXabiso
Accredited International Journals
Anderson MA, Dean RA, Ding DKY, Du Plessis A, Hoover SA, Kester GW & Skully M (2008). How students outside the United States view the case method of teaching. Advances in financial education, Vol. 6, 159-172, Winter 2008. USA
Du Plessis A, Hoover SA & Kester GW (2008). The perceptions of accounting and finance students in South Africa on cases versus lectures. Journal of the academy of business education, Vol. 8, 2007. USA.
Masters Degree Thesis (270 Pages)
Du Plessis A (2007). Assessment of learning in Accounting at first year level in Higher Education: Promoting a deep-approach-to-learning. Full thesis. South Africa: University of Johannesburg.
Research & Work Papers
Du Plessis A (2003). Action research project – eating disorders. Research assignment Randburg Gemeente – WITS Honours degree course: education, training and development course (2 May 2003).
Du Plessis A (2003). Designing a teaching portfolio in an Accounting context. Research assignment – WITS Honours degree course: education, training and development course (9 June 2003).
Du Plessis A (2003). Case study – attitude change intervention on diversity in an Accounting context. Research assignment – WITS Honours degree course: social world of education, training and development (10 June 2003).
Du Plessis A (2003). Curriculum defined in an Accounting context. Research assignment – WITS Honours degree course: curriculum development and design (1 September 2003).
Du Plessis A (2003). Materials evaluation – 1st year Accounting. Research assignment – WITS Honours degree course: curriculum development and design (13 October 2003).
International Conference Proceedings
Du Plessis A. (2005). Needs analysis: teaching Accounting to a visually impaired student. Paper presented and published proceedings of the 2005 International conference on business, Hawaii, United Stated of America, 26-29 May 2005.
Du Plessis A (2006). Curriculum plan to introduce the accounting language to English second language users.Paper presented and published proceedings of the 11th Accounting Congress: new challenges of accounting, ethics, independence and critical thought, Coimbra, Portugal, 16-18 November 2006.