Name:Mr. David W. Ngigi
Title/Qualifications: Bachelor of Commerce, MBA, PhD ongoing ( Strategic Management)
Department/Unit/Section: Business Administration
Contact Address: P.O. Box 70349 00400
Position: Tutorial Fellow
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Area of Specialization:

  • Marketing and Strategic Management

Research Interests

  • Top Management Performance, E-Commerce


  • Bridget M. Mutemi,Rugami Maina,Ngigi D. Wanyoike, (2014), Strategic management practices and performance of small scale enterprises in kitui town in Kenya

,International Journal of Science Commerce and Humanities Volume No 2 No 4 May 238.

Conference/Workshop Attended and Presentations

  • 2023: International Rescue Committee
  • 2022: KICD ,CBC Curriculum review
  • 2021: IBRIC, Kenyatta University  
  • 2020: Kenyatta University School of Business International Conference.
  • 2018, Resource Mobilization strategy workshop,County government of West Pokot.
  • 2017, David W Ngigi,Entrepreneurship Training Program by Wadhwani, Kenyatta University, 2017
  • 2013, Teaching Methodologies at Kenyatta University
  • 2013,Case Study Approach to Teaching at Kenyatta University
  • 2011, David W Ngigi, Environmental Impact Assessment, Nairobi/ Kenya,2011
  • Strategic Management workshop in Ghana.

National and International awards and Recognitions

  • Africa Online Ltd,Team Leader of The Year,2004

Consultancy and community service

  • Health Program Support/Monitoring Review Global Funds/GAVI
  • Monitoring review for Ministry of Health(MOH) Uganda/GAVI 
  • International Rescue Committee(IRC): Research on the preparation for manual for life skills and prevention of Gender-Based Violence
  • Ajira Digital Program, Curriculum review
  • Program capacity assessment for MOH(Ministry of Health) Nigeria, Tanzania and Zambia: Funded by GAVI 
  • County Government of West Pokot, Resource Mobilization strategy development.
  • At first/Safaricom, Wholesale strategy review.
  • Captiva/IFC Worldbank, Gulf Energy Strategy review.
  • Market Assessment: Improvement of women livelihood in the informal sector in Nairobi by OxFam/SITE
  • Business Strategy review for wholesale division Safaricom by AtFirst/Safaricom.
  • Kariaini Secondary School,2009-to Date, School Board Member


  • Researcher in the KU-WeeHub