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Koforidua Technical University and Kenyatta University School of Business MoU - 2018

Koforidua Technical University and Kenyatta University School of Business MoU - 2018

The Dean School of Business Kenyatta University Dr. Paul Sang with the Ag. Pro Vice Chancellor...

Postgraduate Seminar 2018

Postgraduate Seminar 2018

A student makes a presentation during the School of business postgraduate seminar presentations...

  • MBA DEFENSE

    MBA DEFENSE

  • MBA DEFENSE

    MBA DEFENSE

  • Koforidua Technical University and Kenyatta University School of Business MoU - 2018

    Koforidua Technical University and Kenyatta University School of Business MoU - 2018

  • Postgraduate Seminar 2018

    Postgraduate Seminar 2018

  • Postgraduate Seminar 2018

    Postgraduate Seminar 2018

 dr john karanja

Position: Lecturer
Department: Accounting and Finance
Contact Address: P.O. Box 43844 , 00100 Nairobi
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Publications

1) Walobwa, N. D., Ngugi, J. K. & Chepkulei, B. (2013).Effect of the type of innovation on the growth of small and medium enterprises in Kenya: a case of garment enterprises in Jericho, Nairobi. European Journal of Management Sciences and Economics, 1(2), 49-57.
2) Mwanajuma, M. B. & Ngugi, K (2014). Determinants of Completion of Water Projects In Kenya A Case of Ministry of Water And Irrigation. International Journal of Social Sciences and Entrepreneurship, 3 (1), 165-187.

3) Kimemiah G.J & Ngugi P.K. (2014). Gender Identities and Growth Of Export Horticulture Enterprises In Kenya. International Journal of Social Sciences and Entrepreneurship. 3(1), 116–142.
4) Ngugi, J. K. & Kihara, S (2014). Factors Influencing Customer Loyalty In Telecommunication Industry In Kenya. International Journal of Social Sciences and Entrepreneurship, Special issue.
5) Ngugi, J. K. (2013). “ Influence of Intellectual Capital on the Growth of Small and Medium Enterprises In Kenya”.Unpublished PhD Thesis Jomo Kenyatta University of Agriculture And Technology.
6) Gakure, R. W., Ngugi, J. K., Musangi, P. N., & Waithaka, S. M. (2012). Effect of Credit Risk Management Techniques on the performance of unsecured Bank Loans employed Commercial Banks in Kenya. International Journal of Business and Social Research , 2 (4). ISSN: 2078:7049 volume 2, number 2, 2012
7) Gakure, R. W., Ngugi, J. K., Waithaka, S. M., & Wambui, M. M. (2012). A Study on the importance of customer loyalty on Fast Moving Consumer Goods in the era of Globalization: A Case Study of Unilever Nairobi Kenya. Prime Journal of Business Administration and Management (SSN: 2251-1261).
8) Ngugi J K, Kiambati K.K. and Mugo H.W.,(2012). The effect of Globalization on the Performance: Strategies of Commercial Banks in Kenya Journal of Public Procurement and Contract Management ISSBN: ISSN: 2078:7049 volume 1,number 2, 2012
9) Ngugi J.K, Gakure R.W. and Mugo H.W. (2012) Competitive intelligence practices and their effect on profitability of firms in the Kenyan banking industry: Journal of business and social research ISSN: 2078:7049 volume 1, number 1, 2012
10) Ngugi J.K, and Mugo H.W. (2012) INTERNAL FACTORS AFFECTING PROCUREMENT PROCESS OF SUPPLIES IN THE PUBLIC SECTOR; A SURVEY OF KENYA GOVERNMENT MINISTRIES. Paper presented at 5th International Public Procurement Conference was held on August 17th, 2012 in Seattle, USA.
11) Ngugi J.K., (2012) Strategies for curbing public procurement fraud and corruption in Kenya: Journal of Public Procurement and Contract Management ISSBN: 2219 – 7230 volume 1, number 1, 2012.
12) Ngugi, J. K., Gakure, R. W., Waithaka, S. M., & Nyambura, A. K. (2012, August). Application of Shapiro Model in Expalining Entrepreneurial Intention among University Students. International Journal of Business and Social Research . ISSN: 2078:7049 volume 2, number 2, 2012
13) Gathai, E. W., Ngugi, J. K., Waithaka, S. M., & Kamingi, C. N. (2012). Analysis of Factors That Influence Implementation of Performance Contracts In State Corporations (A Case of Kenya Civil Aviation Authority). (S. Mims-Cox, Ed.) International Journal of Humanities and Social Science , 2(17), 345-360.
14) Waithaka, S. M., Ngugi, J. K., Aiyabei, J. K., Itunga, J. K., & Kirago, P. (2012). Effects of dividend policy on share prices: A case of Companies in Nairobi Securities Exchange. Prime Journal of Business Administration and Management , Vol. 2 (8), 642-648.
15) Ngugi, J. K., Gakure, R. W., Were M. S., Ngugi, P. K., Kibiru C. R., (2012).The Influence of Intellectual Capital on the Growth of Small and Medium Enterprises in Kenya. Journal of Business Management and Corporate Affairs, Volume 1, Issue 1, pp 11-19
16) Mutea, D. K., Maronge, M. & Karanja, G. (2013). Determinant of efficient management of procurement projects with reference to the National Police Service in Nairobi County. International Journal of Social Sciences and Entrepreneurship, 1 (7), 469-476.
17) Kimeria, S. G. & Ngugi, G. K. (2013). Factors affecting customer loyalty in third party logistics in Kenya: A case of Roy Hauliers Limited. International Journal of Social Sciences and Entrepreneurship, 1 (5), 812-832.
18) Matindi, R. & Ngugi, G. K. (2013). Determinants of procurement perfomance at Kenya National Highways Authority (KeNHA). International Journal of Social Sciences and Entrepreneurship, 1 (5), 768-793. 5
19) Kihara, R. M. & Ngugi, G. K. (2013). Role of procurement planning on performance: A case at Nyayo Tea Zones Development Corporation.International Journal of Social Sciences and Entrepreneurship, 1 (5), 714-727.
20) Amayi, F. K. & Ngugi, G. K. (2013). Determinants of public procurement performance in Kenya: Case Ministry of Environment, Water and Natural Resources. International Journal of Social Sciences and Entrepreneurship, 1 (5), 647-667.
21) Waithanji, C., Ngugi, G. K. & Mkala, M. (2013). Factors influencing community health financing enterprise scheme membership uptake in Kenya.International Journal of Social Sciences and Enterpreneurship, 1 (5), 509-521.
22) Ombasa M. A., & Ngugi. J.K., (2014). effects of reporting safety concerns on aviation safety in the General Aviation industry a case study of Wilson Airport Kenya. Asian Journal of Management Sciences and Education.
23) Karanja N. (2014. Intellectual Capital Theory of Entrepreneurship. European Journal of Business Management,2 (1), 161-180
24) Njeri, W., Ngugi . K., (2014) Influence of regulatory practices on fuel prices in Kenya: A case of vivo energy Kenya ltd . Strategic Journal of Business & Change Management
25) K. Kiambati, P. Ngugi, P. Katuse & A. Waititu (2013). Role of Board Size on financial performance of commercial banks. Prime Journal of Social Sciences, 2 (3). ISSN: 2315-5051 Volume 2, number 3, 2013.
26) K. Kiambati, P. Ngugi, P. Katuse & A. Waititu (2013). Role of Shareholder Control on financial performance of commercial banks. Prime Journal of Social Sciences, 2 (2). ISSN: 2315-5051 Volume 2, number 2, 2013.
27) Ngugi J. K., Kiambati K.K. & Mugo H.W.,(2012). The effect of Globalization on the Performance: Strategies of Commercial Banks in Kenya Journal of Public Procurement and Contract Management ISSBN: ISSN: 2078:7049 volume 1, number 2, 2012.
28) Waweru, C. & Ngugi, K. (2014). Influence of Financial Management Practices on the Performance of Micro and Small Enterprises in Kenya. European Journal of Business Management, 1 (11), 141-161.
29) Kyule, M. C. & Ngugi, K. (2014). Influence of Capital Structure on Leverage of Small and Medium Size Enterprises in Kenya. European Journal of Business Management, 1 (11), 161-181
30) Githenya, M. S & Ngugi, K. (2014). Assessment of the Determinants of Implementation of Housing Projects in Kenya. European Journal of Business Management, 1 (11), 230-253.
31) Irungu, G.M.& Ngugi, K. (2013). Influence of Chief Executive Officers (CEO’s)Compensation On Performance Of Companies Quoted At The Nairobi Securities Exchange,International Journal of Economics and Finance Vol.1, Issue 2, 2013, 1 (2),357-366
32) Danvas, M & Ngugi, K. (2014). Determinants influencing Adoption of Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) at the Kenya ports authority. European Journal of Business Management, 1 (11), 341-361.
33) Mwangi, C. I & Ngugi, K. (2014). Determinant of Regulations on Growth of Electricity Projects In Kenya: A Case Study of Rural Electrification Authority. European Journal of Business Management, 1 (11), 336-355.
34) Kingori, W. P. & Ngugi, K. (2014). Determinant of Procurement Performance At Retirement Benefit Authority In Kenya. European Journal of Business Management, 1 (11), 361-377.
35) Kirui, C. D. & Ngugi, K. (2014). Determinants influencing performance of regulators in Kenya, a case of water services regulatory board. European Journal of Business Management, 2 (1), 377-384.
36) Godana, B. E. & Ngugi, K. (2014). Determinants of Effective Inventory Management At Kenol Kobil Limited. European Journal of Business Management, 1 (11), 341-361
37) Kavua, K. B. & Ngugi, K. (2014). Determinants of Procurement Performance of Rural Electrification Projects. European Journal of Business Management, 1 (11), 361-377.
38) Nderitu, K. M & Ngugi, K. (2014). Effects Of Green Procurement Practices On An Organization Performance In Manufacturing Industry: Case Study Of East African Breweries Limited. European Journal of Business Management, 2 (1), 341-352.
39) Janet, M. & Ngugi, K. (2014). Influence of Entrepreneurial Marketing on The Growth of Smes In Kiambu Town-CBD, Kenya. European Journal of Business Management, 1 (11), 361-377.
40) Lithaa, N. J., Ngugi, K.& Njagi, L. (2014). Influence of Regulation Practices on Growth of Second Hand Motor Vehicle Dealers in Dagoretti District, Nairobi County, Kenya. European Journal of Business Management, 2(1), 179-184.
41) Mwangi, M. M. A & Ngugi, K. (2014). Influence of Entrepreneurial Orientation on Growth of Micro and Small Enterprises In Kerugoya, Kenya. European Journal of Business Management, 1 (11), 417-438.
42) Nyandika, O. F & Ngugi, K. (2014). Influence of Stakeholders' Participation on Performance of Road Projects At Kenya National Highways Authority. European Journal of Business Management, 1 (11), 384-404.
43) Kemunto, D. & Ngugi, K. (2014). Influence Of Strategic Buyer Supplier Alliance On Procurement Performance In Private Manufacturing Organizations A Case Of Glaxo Smithkline. European Journal of Business Management, 2 (1), 336-341.
44) Githenya, M. S & Ngugi, K. (2014). Assessment of the Determinants of Implementation of Housing Projects in Kenya. European Journal of Business Management, 1 (11), 230-253.

 

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mba2MBA PROPOSAL DEFENSE FEBRUARY 2019

This is to inform all postgraduate students in MBA programme that the proposal defense meeting for the period ending June 2019 will be as follows:

S/N

     DAY

     DATE

   VENUE

TIME

1.

Wednesday

6th March 2019

Alumni Building (Main Campus)

8.30 a.m.

2.

Tuesday

19th March 2019

Alumni Building (Main Campus)

8.30 a.m.

3.

Thursday

25th April 2019

Alumni Building (Main Campus)

8.30 a.m.

4.

Wednesday

22nd May 2019

Alumni Building (Main Campus)

8.30 a.m.

5.

Thursday

27th June 2019

Alumni Building (Main Campus)

8.30 a.m.

This defense is for students who have successfully completed their coursework and have registered for the Research Project. The qualified students should submit six spiral bound copies of their Research Proposals duly signed by themselves and supervisor(s) to the Doctoral and MBA Coordination office a week before the scheduled date. All postgraduate students are also invited to attend the defense meeting.

Please arrange to attend and be punctual.

Thank you.     

SAMUEL MAINA (PhD)

COORDINATOR, DOCTORAL & MBA PROGRAMMES

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dean Linkages and Collaboration - School of Business

In an effort to enhance international linkages, the School of Business is a member of Association of African Business Schools (AABS), an association that brings together business Schools in Africa on a common platform to share best practices in training Business students.  The focus is training for the industry.  AABS conference was organized and held on May 2018 in Tanzania, Dar e salaam School of Business, where the Dean Dr. Paul K. Sang represented the School of Business, Kenyatta University. The event provided an opportunity for networking as well as input on management education trends across Africa and internationally, with the focus of improving the quality of management education in Africa. The participation of the School of Business Kenyatta University enables the School to contribute towards economic growth and development in the continent through our Programmes.

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Koforidua Technical University and Kenyatta University School of Business MoU - 2018

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The Dean School of Business Kenyatta University Dr. Paul Sang with the Ag. Pro Vice Chancellor Rev. (Dr.) Nicholas Appreh Siaw Koforidua Technical University (KTU), the Dean School Of Business Dr. Regina Bekoa, Dean School of Hospitality and Tourism, Dr. Boatweng, Director International Linkages Dr. Samuel Addae all of Koforidua Technical University during teaching at Koforidua Technical University, Ghana in June 2018. This is following a Memorandum of understanding between the two institutions to assist Koforidua Technical University in building capacity for their teaching staff, especially teaching and supervision of students taking PhD in Business.

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