Recent Submissions

  • Integrating Human Resource Management with Organizational Strategies 

    Waweru, B.M; Kiambati, K. (Global Journal of Management and Business Research: A Administration and Management, 2015)
    The purpose of this article was to outline the benefits of integrating human resource development with organization strategies. It was to outline the perceived gap and show how the two are linked and how this link can ...
  • Diploma research process: evaluating the service quality 

    Mathenge, E.K.; Kamau, A.W.; Kariuki, J.M.; Munga, J.W. (The TQM Journal, 2013)
    Purpose – The purpose of this study was to explore how diploma students enrolled in a research project paper report their thoughts, feelings, satisfaction, and service quality of the research process. Design/methodol ...
  • Assessing the readiness by SMEs and financial institutions in the establishment of an integrated ICT infrastructure for financial transactions in Kenya 

    Kirori, Z.; Achieng, M. (International Journal of Intelligent Information Systems, 2013-05-30)
    Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs), mostly in the third world countries face many challenges in the management of finances; namely: the ability to determine daily net earnings after the daily ratios for recurrent monthly ...
  • Analysis of factors influencing investment decisions of SACCO funds in Kenya 

    Muriuki, David Muraguri; Nganga, Stephen Irura; Kyalo, Teresia N. (International Journal of Research in commerce and management, 2014-07)
    T Savings and Credit Cooperative Organizations' (Sacco's) are among the fastest growing micro finances in Kenya today. In the year 2012 members’ deposits of Sacco's in Kenya amounted to approximately Kshs. 378 billion ...
  • The effects of human resource management function on the growth of micro enterprises, Kenya 

    Kahando, David Maina; Nganga, Stephen Irura; Kyalo, Teresia N. (International Journal of Social Sceinces and Entrepreneurship, 2014)
    Globally, Micro and small enterprises (MSEs) have been accepted as the means through which accelerated economic growth and rapid industrialization have been achieved. In most developing countries like Kenya, MSEs are ...
  • Monetary Conditions index for Kenya 

    Gichuki, James K.; Moyi, Eliud Dismus (Macrothink Institute, 2013)
    The purpose of this paper is to construct and test the feasibility of a monetary conditions index (MCI) for Kenya using 2000 – 2011 time series quarterly data. Empirical results confirm the existence of cointegration ...
  • The Perceived Supervisor and Organizational support on Organizational Climate 

    Wangombe, James Gachahi; Wambui, Tabitha Wangare; Kamau, Alice Wangui (International Organization of Scientific Research (IOSR), 2014-03)
    Organizational climate was viewed to be comprised of qualities that discriminate one firm from another, that endure overtime and help to control actions of employees within the organization (forehand and von gilmer, ...
  • Determinants of SMEs growth (wood enterprises): Infrastructure, technology and collective efficiency 

    Nganga, Stephen Irura; Onyango, George Mark; Kerre, Bonaventure Wanjala (Journal of Geography and Regional Planning, 2011-08)
    Economic development is said to be dependent on industrial development. Industrialization is seen as key in the promotion of sustainable development since it creates productive employment, generates value added capital and ...
  • Petroleum Contracts and Taxation: is East Africa Prepared? 

    Thuo, Daniel Njoroge (Oil, Gas and Law Intelligence, 2015-07)
    The challenges that are faced by gas and oil exploration and production companies in Africa are enormous, ranging from gang extortion in local communities to government regulation and taxation. The East African region ...