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  • Okech, Timothy Chrispinus; Lelegwe, S.L; Nzisa, N. C (United States International University - Africa, 2016)
    Worldwide, there has been consistent growth in population putting pressure on demand for publicly provided for goods and services To provide these services effectively govts. employ human resources who are in turn compensated ...
  • Sikalieh, Damary; Ouma, Caren Akomo (United States International University - Africa, 2011)
    one bright morning in (month), 1988, as she sat in her office as a senior nurse at the University of Nairobi, Kenya Peris Muriuki felt that the job she was doing was not challenging enough t. “I need to do more”, she ...
  • Kiriri, Peter; Macharia, Jimm (United States International University - Africa, 2001)
    Njeri Rionge, CEO of Wananchi Online Limited (WOL), a Kenyan Internet Service Provider (ISP), was preparing for a meeting of the Board of Directors of the company. On the agenda were a number of issues concerning the ...
  • Omeje, Kenneth (2008)
    Back in the early 1990s when a section of the American foreign policy think tank and the intelligentsia were euphorically forecasting scenarios for the consolidation of western victory in the Cold War, James Woolsey, then ...
  • Omeje, Kenneth (University Press of America, 2009)
    This book explores the political history of Liberia and its descent to civil war, the regional ramifications of the war, and conflict intervention and peacekeeping efforts. It also examines the problems, challenges, and ...
  • Ogembo, Gopher (United States International University - Africa, 2013)
    The general objective of the study was to determine the appropriate methods to be employed in the management of electronic (mobile phones) wastes in Kenya. The specific objectives were; to assess the effects of mobile ...
  • Bellows, Scott (Business Daily, 2017-01-25)
    Niccolo Machiavelli argued that leaders should utilise harsh tactics with their followers in order to achieve expediency of goal achievement. Research from Delroy Paulhus and many others show that Machiavellianism employees ...
  • Nzioka, Shadrack (United States International University - Africa, 2016)
    This project is about water level indicator using raspberry pi. In this project we used led to indicate the different levels and the raspberry pi to display were exactly the level is at in terms of percentages. The simple ...
  • Reid, T; Wachana, PH; Voros, K; Lyman, K; Owings, A (2007)
    This team provided Metro with an assessment of conditions along the power line corridor on the proposed Westside Trail. The team developed trail goals and objectives, as well as criteria by which to assess the study area. ...
  • Bellows, Scott (Business Daily, 2014)
    Jaanki enjoyed her time as a university student. She treasured her first opportunity at freedom, determining her own schedule and setting her own goals. She decided her course schedule, study groups, and when to read for ...
  • Bellows, Scott (Business Daily, 2017-01-04)
    Abasi worked as a branch manager at an upscale clothing retailer in Westlands. He prided himself in strong relationships with his staff and the commensurate trust that he bestowed upon them. Unfortunately, during an internal ...
  • Bellows, Scott (Business Daily, 2016-09-14)
    First, knowledge in the classroom gets demonstrated through variables, variables, and more variables. A good lecturer sees the world in terms of causes and effects.Nervous and eager students clamour for space in coveted ...
  • Zeleza, Paul T (2009)
    The essay discusses the trajectory of the African renaissance as an idea and a project, a task that in essence entails examining Africa's postcolonial development paradigms, performances, and prospects. It is argued that ...
  • Watson, Carol (1988)
    This study explored the possibility that encouraging women to behave more dominantly in leadership situations will undermine their effectiveness rather than increase it. As predicted, women who enacted a dominant approach ...
  • Bellows, Scott (Business Daily, 2016-05-11)
    Do not let paralysis over too many choices or poor organisational or supervisor support make you feel trapped in a job position. Explore your options and look for your appropriate employment fit.Prof Sheena Iyengar at ...
  • Bellows, Scott (Business Daily, 2016-08-10)
    Interaction among employees helps to build trust In Summary Workers on continent less likely to disclose information to bosses as show of trust. In Africa, the glorious continent, we share a vibrant history punctuated ...
  • Ireri, Kioko (Miami University, 2015)
    This paper examines within the realm of news media, handicaps likely to hamper a specific contra-flow venture. To dissect these handicaps or challenges, I use Arabic network, Al-Jazeera as a typical example of the media ...
  • Bellows, Scott (Business Daily, 2016-10-06)
    Females have long-term focus while men tend to focus on short-term gains. They are more loyal to firm and improve returns.In honour of the just passed Day of the Girl, Business Talk hereby provides its annual assessment ...
  • Stephen, Nyambegera; Kevin, Daniels; Paul, Sparrow (2001)
    The study investigates whether fit of human resources management (HRM) policies with employees’ preferences in developing countries of sub-Saharan Africa, with specific reference to Kenya, impacts on levels of job involvement. ...
  • Munene, Macharia (County Review, 2016-09)

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