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  • Munene, Macharia (Phoenix, 2002)
  • Mutegi, Mugambi; Business Daily (Business Daily, 2012-07-08)
    The move comes at a time when Kenyan employers’ have been complaining that graduates from local universities are under-qualified and have to be re-trained upon being hired. Re-training of new workers is an expense ...
  • Bellows, Scott (United States International University-Africa, 2013)
    Kenya experiences a wide diversity of cultural thinking that generates from thousands of years of historical economic activity. Likewise in the world, there exists four main ways of thinking: the African way, the European ...
  • Munyi, Elijah Nyaga (Business Daily, 2013)
  • Bellows, Scott (United States International University-Africa, 2014)
    Lulu enjoyed the freedom of running her own business. Over the years she grew to become the largest distributor of traditional African cloth to both large and small shops in and around Nakuru. Her customers valued her ...
  • Bellows, Scott (Business Daily, 2014)
    Upon graduating with his MBA, Mwanzu promptly decided to quit his job at a Nairobi-based bank and move back to his shagz to start a new business. As long as Mwanzu could remember, his family held 10 acres in Kwale for ...
  • Bellows, Scott (Business Daily, 2014)
    Naisola languished in her job as a marketing executive in one of Kenya’s leading deposit taking microfinance (DTM) institutions. She completed her MBA in 2010 and expected that the degree would launch her into a more ...
  • Bellows, Scott (Business Daily, 2014)
    Continuing in the Social Entrepreneurship series, what roles and responsibilities do corporations, non-profits/NGOs, donors, and investors play in society? Professor Paul Hudnut at Colorado State University ponders such ...
  • Bellows, Scott (United States International University-Africa, 2014)
    Nyagoha always saw herself as more than an employee in someone else’s company. She dreamed of being her own boss and changing Kenya through business formation. Over the course of the past ten years, from a university ...
  • Bellows, Scott (United States International University-Africa, 2014)
    Nderitu passionately desired to expand his education to include an undergraduate degree from one of East Africa’s top private universities. The problem facing him like many prospective students is school fees. So, Nderitu ...
  • Bellows, Scott (Business Daily, 2014)
    Oduwo hurriedly headed to Sharia House. The day finally reached whereby he would register a company and start his business. Following years practicing medicine in Kitale, Oduwo envisioned setting up affordable private ...
  • Bellows, Scott (Business Daily, 2015)
    Mbugua retained a proud tradition at his manufacturing firm in the Athi River Export Processing Zone. He held an annual team building retreat to show his employees how much he valued them. He desired a well functioning ...
  • Bellows, Scott (Business Daily, 2015)
    Mbugua struggled during long staff meetings as well as strategic planning retreats to keep his employees engaged and interested in discussions. He felt that the yield from staff members did not exceed the costs of holding ...
  • Ndiege, Joshua Rumo (Daily Nation, 2015)
    In Summary Cybercrime is fast growing in Africa, not only due to the penetration of the internet but also as a result of lack of clear regulations. The primary targets of cyber security crimes are usually uneducated ...
  • Munene, Macharia (County Review, 2015)
    Paul of Tarsus insisted that anyone could become Christian and not just the Jews
  • Ndiege, Joshua Rumo (Daily Nation, 2015)
    In Summary A classic motivation for academia to collaborate with industry may include enrichment of teaching, access to funding, joint research and development activities, reputation, and internship. Conversely, for ...
  • Maima, Apollo Odhiambo; Ndungu, Fred (Small Medium Enterprises, 2015-05-30)
  • Biko, Jackson (Business Daily, 2015-08-27)
    After 21 years running USIU-A – and about 15,000 students later – Prof Freida Brown is curtsying out. It’s been a long road for a girl who was born in the small town of Hopkinsville, Kentucky, US, but grew up in St Louis, ...
  • Munene, Macharia (County Review, 2015-09)
  • Munene, Macharia (County Review, 2015-10)

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