School of Humanities staff and students during the Career Week held between january 28 - February 2, 2019 at the Graduation Square
Registrar RIO graced the launch of Professor. Githiora's book on Sheng' at the Graduate School Building Room 202
CODESRIA team members following the discussion during the workshop training hosted by the School of Humanities and Social Sciences at KUCC
CODESRIA team members following the discussion during the workshop training hosted by the School of Humanities and Social Sciences at KUCC
Participants comparing notes in their groups during the Group Discussion Session at the CODESRIA workshop hosted by the School of Humanities and Social Sciences at KUCC
Professor Joy Obando of the Department of Geography referring to her notes on Research Integrity and Ethics during the CODESRIA workshop hosted by the School of Humanities and Social Sciences at the KUCC
The gracious Professor Joy Obando of the Department of Geography, explaining ethical concepts in research to members of the CODESRIA team during the 10 day workshop hosted by the School of Humanities and Social Sciences at KUCC
Confucius Institute Event held at BSSC Room 14
Professor Abdul Karim Bangura explaining to the participants about the Ideal Dissertation Structure during the CODESRIA workshop hosted by the School of Humanities and Social Sciences at KUCC
The Dean, School of Humanities and Social Sciences, Professor Chris Shisanya giving his presentation on Epistemological Paradigms in Social Research during the CODESRIA workshop hosted by the School at KUCC
Professor Ishmael Munene presenting a certificate of participation to Lydia Amoah from University of Ghana during the closing ceremony of CODESRIA workshop hosted by the School of Humanities and Social Sciences at KUCC
Professor Ibrahim Oanda presenting a certificate of participation to Florence Shingirayi Chamisa from University of FortHare during the closing ceremony of CODESRIA workshop hosted by the School of Humanities and Social Sciences at KUCC
Professor Ibrahim Oanda presenting a certificate of participation to Sylvester Kohol Shima from University of Ibadan during the closing ceremony of CODESRIA workshop hosted by the School of Humanities and Social Sciences at KUCC
The facilitators Professors Chris Shisanya being presented with gifts as a token of appreciation for the exemplary job they did during the CODESRIA workshop hosted by the School of Humanities and Social Sciences at KUCC.
The facilitators Professors Joy Obando being presented with gifts as a token of appreciation for the exemplary job they did during the CODESRIA workshop hosted by the School of Humanities and Social Sciences at KUCC.
Dr. Godwin Murunga, the Incoming Executive Secretary of CODESRIA giving his closing remarks during the workshop hosted by the School of Humanities and Social Sciences at KUCC
The facilitator being presented with gifts as a token of appreciation for the exemplary job they did during the CODESRIA workshop hosted by the School of Humanities and Social Sciences at KUCC.
The facilitator being presented with gifts as a token of appreciation for the exemplary job they did during the CODESRIA workshop hosted by the School of Humanities and Social Sciences at KUCC.
The facilitator being presented with gifts as a token of appreciation for the exemplary job they did during the CODESRIA workshop hosted by the School of Humanities and Social Sciences at KUCC.
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Title/Qualifications: PhD. (Business Administration in strategic management)
Department/Unit/Section: Public Policy and Administration 
Contact Address: P.O BOX 660, Limuru
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Position: Lecturer
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Publications

Referred Journals

  • Njoroge J. G. (2020) Mediating Role of Competitive Advantage on Organizational Resources and Performance in Telecommunication Industries in Kenya. The International Journal of Business & Management. www.theijbm.com Vol 8 Issue 5  May, 2020
  • Njoroge J. G. (2020) Moderating Role of Environment on Organizational Resources and Performance in Telecommunication Industry in Kenya. The International Journal of Humanities & Social Studies. theijhss.com Vol 8 Issue 5 May, 2020
  • Njoroge J. G. (2020) How Mobile Banking Technology Affects Kenyan Performance: A Case of Mobile Phone Companies in Kenya. The International Journal of Business & Management ISSN 2321–8916 www.theijbm.com. Vol 8 Issue 5 May, 2020.
  • Njoroge J. G. & Kinyua G.M (2020) Strategies Influencing Corporate Social Responsibility Programs for Climate Change in Commercial Banks in Kenya. The International Journal of Humanities & Social Studies. www.theijhss.com Vol 8 Issue 5 May, 2020
  • Ruto S. K & Njoroge J. N (2019) Analysis of the Structural Determinants of Funding Allocation Implementation in the Kenyan Judiciary. International Journal of Arts and Commerce  ijac.org.uk Vol. 8 No. 10 November 2019
  • Wanjala J. L & Njoroge J G (2019) Effect of employee participation on performance in the county government of Kakamega, Kenya. International Journal of Academic Research and Development www.academicjournal.in. Volume : 4 Issue : 3 Year 2019 Page Number : 83-86.
  • Njoroge J, Muathe SMA, and Bula H (2015) Human capital and Performance of Mobile phone companies in Kenya. International Journal of Education and Research Vol. 3 No. 10 October 2015
  • Kinyua G, Njoroge J and Kiiru D (2015) Influence of Organization’s Structure and Culture on Implementation of Strategies in Constituency Development Fund in Kenya. International Journal of Education and Research Vol. 3 No. 11 November 2015
  • Jane G, Muathe SMA, and Bula H (2016) Effects of technology on Performance of Mobile phone companies In Kenya. International Journal of Education and Research Vol. 4 No. 2 February 2016
  • Mbugua, N,V and Njoroge J G (2018): Determinants of Gender Inequality in Public Service Delivery in The County Government of Nyeri, Kenya. International Academic Journal of Law and Society | Volume 1, Issue 2, pp. 1-171
  • Mararia , A. W., Mwangi, J. K., & Njoroge, J. G (2017).Managing Knowledge to Improve Organizational Performance 5, Iss. 2, pp 2503 - 2517, June 25, 2018. www.strategicjournals.com, ©strategic Journals
  • Nyaywera, C. O., Kahuthia, J., & Gakenia, J.(2018) Influence of Leadership on Performance of Non-Governmental Organization in Kenya: A Case of Care for Hiv/Aids Organization. 5, Iss. 3, pp 149 - 164, July 14, 2018. www.strategicjournals.com, ©strategic Journal
  • Gathima J& Njoroge J (2018) Relationship Between E-Payment and Organization Performance in Public Sector: A Case of Nairobi City County Government. International Journal of Education and Research Vol. 6 No. 7 July 2018. ISSN: 2411-5681 www.ijern.com
  • Mwaniki, F. N., Muhoho, J., & Njoroge, J. (2020). Influence of individualized transformational leadership on organizational performance of selected SACCO’s in Kiambu Town. The Strategic Journal of Business & Change Management, 7(3), 960 – 972.
  • Gathima, J. I.,*1 & Njoroge, J. G (2018) Effects of E-Tendering on Organization Performance in Public Sector: A Case of Nairobi City County Government. Vol. 5, Iss. 3, pp 174 - 184, July 14, 2018. www.strategicjournals.com, ©strategic Journals
  • Okello, Mugambi & Njoroge (2018). Influence of Conflict Management Styles on Organizational Performance: A Case of Jumuia Resorts, Kenya. The International Journal of Business & Management ISSN 2321–8916 www.theijbm.com. Vol 6 Issue 6 June, 2018
  • Jumanne A,S & Njoroge. J.G (2019) Leadership Change Management and Employee Performance in the Parliamentary Service Commission of Kenya. American Journal of Public Policy and Administration ISSN 2520-4696 (Online) Vol.4, Issue 1 No.2, pp 18- 30, 2019 ajpojournals.org
  • Jumanne A,S & Njoroge. J.G (2019) Technological Change Management and Performance of Employees of the Parliamentary Service Commission in Kenya American Journal of Public Policy and Administration ISSN 2520-4696 (Online) Vol.4, Issue 1 No.2, pp 18- 30, 2019 ajpojournals.org
  • Jumanne A,S & Njoroge. J.G (2019) Structural Change Management and Employee Performance in Public Sector Organizations in Kenya: Case of the Parliamentary Service Commission Journal of Strategic Management ISSN 2520-0461(Online) Vol.3, Issue 1 No.2, pp 14 - 25, 2018 www.ajpojournals.org
  • Omeka & Njoroge (2020) Effects of Capacity Building on Management of County Resources in Machakos County, Kenya. The International Journal of Business & Management. www.theijbm.com. Vol 8 Issue 10. October 2020.
  • Mutuku F & Njoroge J (2020). Effect of Team Building on Economic Development in Makueni County, Kenya. The International Journal of Business & Management ISSN 2321–8916 www.theijbm.com
  • T & Njoroge J. G (2021) Socio-Cultural and Economic Drivers for Women Participation in Leadership of Nyeri County Cooperatives, Kenya. International Journal of Advances in Scientific Research and Engineering (ijasre) E-ISSN : 2454-8006 DOI: 10.31695/IJASRE.2021.34108 Volume 7, Issue 11 November - 2021 www.ijasre.net Page 81
  • Kaito, N., & Njoroge, J. (2023). Stakeholders’ Involvement and Implementation of Community Policing in Taita Taveta County, Kenya. Journal of Public Policy and Governance, 3(2), 23-32.
  • C, Muna. W & Njoroge.J. G (2021). The Role of Decision Making on the Management of Water Supply in Murang’a County, Kenya. African Journal of Emerging Issues (Ajoei). Online Issn: 266 3-9335, Vol (3), Issue 8, Pg. 77
  • Gichoni, E., Njoroge, J. (2023). Effects of debt management practices on service delivery among public universities in Kenya: A Case Study of Egerton University. International Academic Journal of Arts and Humanities, 1(3), 371-392.
  • Maina, S. K., & Njoroge, J. (2023). Administrators’ management skills and implementation of strategic planning in public secondary schools in Muranga County, Kenya. Reviewed Journal of Social Science & Humanities, 4 (1), 454 – 468.
  • Ochido, F. O., & Njoroge, J. (2023). Influence of corporate governance practices on financial performance of Kenya Power and Lighting Company. Reviewed Journal of Social Science & Humanities, 4 (1), 315 – 331.
  • Malusha, A. J., & Njoroge, J. (2023). Effects of public participation practices on implementation of County Integrated Development Plan (CIDP) in Kenya: A Case Of Taita Taveta County, Kenya. Reviewed Journal of Social Science & Humanities, 4 (1), 178 – 214.
  • Shuriye, M., & Njoroge, J. (2023). Effect of public participation on budget implementation in the devolved government in Kenya: A case of Garissa County. Reviewed Journal of Social Science & Humanities, 4 (1), 108 – 123.
  • Omweri, F. S., Muna, W., & Njoroge, J. (2023). An analysis of how politics stream affects the implementation of road safety policy measures in Nyanza Region, Kenya. Reviewed Journal International of Business Management, 4 (1), 13 – 29.
  • Tanui E. Njoroge. J & Mbataru P (2022) Bursaries and School Fees Revenue Streams and Its Influence on the Performance of Public Secondary Schools in Kenya. International Journal of Public Administration and Management Research (IJPAMR), Vol. 8, No. 2, October, 2022. ISSN:2350-2231(E) ISSN: 2346-7215
  • Chepkwony H & Njoroge J (2019) Performance Appraisal Practices and Their Effects on Employees’ Performance in Kenya: A Case of Nairobi City County. International Journal of Current Aspects, Volume 3, Issue III, 2019, PP 28-40, ISSN 2616-6976 28 www.ijcab.org
  • Gicharu B & Njoroge J (2018). Effects of Stakeholder Involvement in Implementation of National Government Constitueny Development Funds in Njoro Subcounty, Nakuru County, Kenya. International Journal of Education and Research Vol. 6 No. 11 November 2018 47  B. Gikombi

Referred Learning Module

  • Young Africa Leadership Initiative (YALI) Training Manual
  • APP 907 Economic Policy and Programme Evaluation PhD module in Public Policy Analysis
  • APP 816: Strategic Management in Public sector Masters Module in Public Policy and Administration
  • APP 406: Internship module in Bachelors of Public Policy and Administration

Reviewed Conference Papers

  • Turkey Education and Culture Conference: How Mobile Banking Technology Affects Kenyan Performance: A Case of Mobile Phone Companies in Kenya by Jane Njoroge. Published by: The International Journal of Business & Management ISSN 2321–8916 www.theijbm.com. Vol 8 Issue 5 May, 2020.
  • St Paul’s University Conference paper: Strategies Influencing Corporate Social Responsibility Programs for Climate Change in Commercial Banks in Kenya by Jane Njoroge and Godfrey Kinyua. Published by: The International Journal of Humanities & Social Studies. www.theijhss.com Vol 8 Issue 5 May, 2020

PROFESSIONAL/CONSULTANCY

Young African Leadership Initiative (YALI)  Public Management Track Trainer

Facilitator Young African Leadership Initiative for East Africa in Public Management

2021 to Date

  • Young African Leadership Initiative training framework reviewer
  • Young African Leadership Initiatives facilatator
  • Facilitator in YALI RLC EA in implementing the YALI Africa-Wide Cohort in the
  • Harmonization of delivery tools and approach with facilitators across Africa
  • Training young leaders in the online training sessions
  • Acquainting with leadership content and curriculum

YALI Public Management Curriculum and facilitation framework review February 2022

  • Review various document summarizing the recent input and feedback from past
  • evaluation and hence propose specific remedial measures
  • Benchmark YALI curriculum with similar scope
  • Facilitate Webinar/workshop to present the review findings and proposals
  • Review recommendations touching on core YALI Africa curriculum and isolate them for
  • consideration by YALI Africa team
  • Provide proposal seeking to enhance curriculum with the current design that would be
  • implemented by the learning and curriculum department
  • Present a summary of the curriculum reforms both in narrative and power point

Benadir University in Somalia Ethical Policy Framework Review

  • Review of Ethical Framework review
  • Training on the process of post graduate ethical review
  • Advising on the ethical issues that need review

Trainer in Public Sector Makueni county

  • Training the staff on Human Resource management and development
  • Youth trainings
  • Leadership and Governance
  • Conflict Management
  • Strategic planning

UN Women Consultancy 2018-2019

  • Conducting Gender Audit survey
  • Research on two third gender rule implementations in the county assemblies
  • Data collection and analysis
  • Report writing
  • Report validation with the key stakeholders

Vision Housing Co-operative Society Consultant (May 2013 to Date)

  • Strategic planning
  • Training the Strategic review committee
  • Strategic planning review
  • Facilitating the planning and review programmes

Trainer in public sector Office of Registrar Political parties

  • Training of youths in political aspects
  • Conduct of conducts
  • Training the special interest groups that is youths and women.
  • Management of election outcomes
  • Training people living with disabilities

Facilitator Democracy Trust Funds

  • Facilitator in development of strategic plan
  • Engage women politicians in the strategic plan development
  • Stakeholders engagement

Compassion International Consultant July 2011-Continous      

  • Strategic Planning and Review
  • Mentorship programmes
  • Life skills training
  • Career guidance
  • Health choices training
  • Effective parenting training
  • Child Protection and child abuse training

United Nations Industrial Development Organization May-July 2010

  • Conducting Research and Survey on Investors
  • Conducting interviews of the companies with managing directors
  • Filling in the questionnaire of the survey
  • Interpreting the questionnaire to the managing director
  • Entering and analyzing the data

Networks and Collaborations

  • Korea International Corporation Authority (KOICA)
  • Young Africa Leadership Initiates (YALI)

Membership to a professional body

  • SARIMA member- South Africa Research Innovation and Management Association

Peer Reviewer

  • Institute of Public Finance Consultant: lead External research reviewer 2019 to Date
  • International Journal reviewer in the Journal of scientific research and report

Administrative and responsibilities

School and Departmental Curriculum review and Development Coordinator

  • Coordinating the review and development of curriculum at the school level
  • Chairing the departmental curriculum development and review meetings
  • Assignment of roles and responsibilities during the curriculum development and review
  • Advisory role in curriculum review processes

Mentor and Advisor 4th Years

  • Unit registration
  • Career advises
  • Life skill’s advisory role

Teaching Practice Area Coordinator Nairobi East C

  • Posting student teachers in various schools for practice
  • Coordination of KU supervisors’ assessment
  • Coordination of Mentors assessment

chair postgraduate studies

  • Chair all the masters and PhD students’ supervision allocation at the department
  • Organize the proposal defenses at the department
  • Clear the proposals for the students that needs to be submitted to the graduate school for data collection approval
  • Approve and clear postgraduate students’ admissions with departmental chair guidance
  • Handling of Supervisors and Students communications
  • Laisse with the graduate school for project seminar presentations
  • Handling the supervisors and students complain with the guidance of the departmental chair

Member of collaboration Committee

  • Creating collaboration networks
  • Working with collaborating institutions

Community Engament and Other Contributions

Research Funding

  • Fanancial inclusion and differentiation of affordable housing. In process of writing (2,000,000)
  • Policy Framework and sustainable food security systems in Kenya. Duration of research grants: Between 12 – 36 months. Budget: Between CAD$300,000 and $1M per project.
  • Global Joint Programme on Strengthening Methodologies and Measurement and Building National Capacities for Violence Against Women
  • Integrating social sciences as critical enablers of food security in Kenya through National Research Funds (NRF) in its approval stage with a budget of (18,000,000)

Community Outreach

  • Board Member and a chair of Education committee Ol Joro Orok Secondary school Nyandarua county
  • A church and Compassion International Organization youths and teens mentor

International exchange Programs Attended

  • Exchange programme between Kenyatta University and National University of Public Service in Hungary (September to October 2018)
  • Somalia International University in Somalia (2017 December)
  • Korea International Corporation Authority (KOICA) Fellowship (2023)

Title/Qualifications: PhD
Department/Unit/Section: History, Archeology and Political Studies
Contact Address: Kenyatta University, P.O. Box 43844-00100 Nairobi Kenya
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Position:
Lecturer
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Published Work

Professional Development Courses:

  • Post Graduate Diploma - Management of Oil Supply and Refining, College of   Petroleum and Energy Studies, Oxford England, May 1994.
  • Investment Appraisal and Management, Harvard Institute for International Development, Harvard University, Massachusetts, August 1989;
  • Budgeting and Budget Control, Kenya Institute of Management, March 1987;
  • Zero Base Budgeting, Euro Cap Consultants, Nairobi, Kenya, June 1985;
  • Projects Implementation, Eastern and Southern Africa Management Institute, Arusha, Tanzania, 1981.
 

Title/Qualifications: PhD
Department/Unit/Section:
Public Policy & Administration
Contact Address:
P.O. Box 184 – 00200 City Square Nairobi
Specializations/ Areas:
Strategic Leadership,Governance & Ethics,Policy Analysis and OD
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Position: 
Professor of Strategy, Leadership and Public Policy

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Summary

Prof. David Minja is a Full Professor of Strategy, Governance and Public Policy, a researcher, an author, organization development, leadership, governance and public policy consultant and thinker whose writings and seminars have contributed to the philosophical and practical dimensions of strategic leadership, public policy  and governance and have influenced scholars and leaders in Africa and beyond.

RESEARCH AND PUBLICATIONS 

Articles in Refereed Journals

  • Minja, D. Ethical Practices for effective leadership: Fact or Fallacy- A case of Kenya. KCA Journal of Business Management, 2009 Vol 2.p1-14
  • Minja, D. Corporate Leadership Styles and Practices in Kenya: African Leadership Review: Journal of Leadership, Governance and Development, Vol.2, No.1 June 2010, pp.11-39.
  • Minja, D. Leadership Practices: A Case of Selected Corporate Institutions in Kenya. Journal of Entrepreneurship, Language and Technology in Africa Vol 2, No 2 (2010)
  • Minja, D. Comparative Analysis of the Impact of Organization Development interventions on Organizational leadership and management practice. A Case of Green Earth (GEP). Journal of Entrepreneurship, Language and Technology in Africa Vol 3, No 1 June, 2011,pp.199-222.
  • Minja, D. Ethical Practices; The Foundation of Political and Economic Development in Kenya: Journal of leadership, Governance and Development in Africa, Vol. 3, No.2 December 2011, pp. 89-113.
  • Minja D. The Imprints of Leadership. Journal of Leadership, Governance and Development in Africa. Glasgow, Vol. 5 No.8, June, 2013, pp.8-24.
  • Minja, D. The Signature of Effective Leadership. Public Policy and Administration Research, Vol. 3 No. 10, October, 2013
  •  Minja, D. Accountability Practice in Kenya’s Public Sector. International Journal of Business Management Review; Vol.1. No.4, December, 2013,pp.54-63.
  • Minja D. Ethical Leadership for Development of Political Governance in Kenya: An Empirical Review. International Journal of Current Business and Economics. Vol. 1, NO 1 pp. 006012. November, 2012.
  • Minja,D. Management Fibrillation and its Influence on Results-Based Management Practice in Kenya’s Public Sector. Public Policy and Administration Research,Vol. 5, No. 2(2015) , pp.22-27.
  • Minja, D. An Assessment of the Practice of Results- Based Management in the Public Service: The Case of Kenya. Journal of Human Resource and leadership. Vol.1, Issues 2, No. 1 2016
  • Minja, D. Re-Thinking Ethical Leadership in Kenya: Adopting a New Paradigm. Journal of Values-Based Leadership. Vol. 10, Issues 1, Winter/Spring 2017
  • Minja, D., Ndethiu, L. The Impact of Founder’s Syndrome on Leadership Transition from Entrepreneurial Visionary to Shared Vision. African Leadership Review: Journal of leadership, Governance and Development, Vol.3, No.2 June 2011, pp 21-52.
  •  Ngure, P., Minja, D. Nyaoke Lorraine. Malaria Healthcare Policy Change in Kenya: Implications on Sales and Marketing of Anti-Malarial Drugs. Journal of Vector Borne Diseases. 2012 March, 49(1) 27-32.
  •   Kiarie J. Minja D. The Role of Corporate Governance in Mitigating Investors Risks at Nairobi Securities Exchange. European Journal of Business and Management, Vol 6, No 8 (2014),pp.182-187.
  • J.W. Nderitu,D. Minja, S. Muriithi. An Investigation of Challenges Facing Christian Universities in Kenya. International Journal of Management Sciences. Vol.4, No.3, 2014, 129-143.
  • Stephen Laititi Mutunga, David Minja, Paul Gachanja. Innovative Adaptation and Operational Efficiency On Sustainable Competitive Advantage Of Food And Beverage Firms In Kenya. European Journal of Business and Innovation Research, Vol. 2 No 2, pp. 32-50, May 2014.
  • Mutunga,S.L. David Minja, Generic Strategies Employed By Food and Beverage Firms In Kenya and Their Effects On Sustainable Competitive Advantage.  International Journal of Business Management Review. Vol 2, No.6 pp.1-15, November, 2014
  •   Mutunga,S.L., Minja,D. , Gachanja,P.  Resources Configurations On Sustainable Competitive Advantage Of Food And Beverage Firms In Kenya: A Resource Based View Of The Firm. European Journal of Business and Management. Vol. 6, No. 24, 2014(147-157).
  • Mary Mugo David Minja Lily Njanja The corporate growth strategies adopted by local family businesses in the manufacturing sector in Nairobi County, Kenya. European Journal of Business and Innovation Research,Vol.3,No.1,pp. 1-10, March 2015
  •  Mary Mugo David Minja Lily Njanja The effect of succession planning on corporate growth strategy among local family businesses in the manufacturing sector in Nairobi County, Kenya. European Journal of Business and Management, Vol. 7 No.6 (2015)
  •  Mary Mugo David Minja Lily Njanja The mediating effect of culture on management succession and corporate growth strategy among local family businesses in the manufacturing sector in Nairobi County, Kenya. European Journal of Business and Management, Vol. 7 No.5 (2015), 171-179.
  • Minja D. Waweru, L. Strategic partnerships and their effects on building organizational capacity in the oil extractive industry in Kenya. European Journal of Business and Strategic Management Vol. 1. Issue No.2, pp 1-9, 2016.
  • Kinyua Z, Minja D. The influence of Order of Reinstatement and Order of Compensation on Human Resource Practices in Selected State Corporations in Kenya. European Journal of Business and Strategic Management Vol.1, Issue 1 No. 1 pp144-156, 2016.
  • Juma, G.A., Minja, D., Mageto, J. The Impact of Strategic Thinking on Organizational Performance: A Case of Uchumi Supermarket Limited. International Journal of Supply Chain Management Vol. 1, Issue 1 No. 1,pp 75-94,2016.
  • Mary Mugo David Minja Lily Njanja. The Effect of Successor Commitment on Corporate Growth Strategy in Local Family Businesses in the Manufacturing Sector in Nairobi County, Kenya. African Multidisciplinary Journal of Research, Vol.1 No. 1 pp 153-170, 2016.
  • Mutua, J., Mberia, H.K., Minja, D. Effectiveness of Debriefing As A Strategy of Dealing  With Trauma Among Journalists in Kenya. International Journal of Communication and Public Relations. Vol.1,pp.1-10, 2016.
  • Mutua, J., Mberia, H.K., Minja, D. Effectiveness of Talking Cure Therapy in Dealing With Trauma Among Journalists in Kenya. International Journal of Psychology. Vol. 1, pp.1-9,2016.
  • Kinyua Z, Minja D. Kiruthu K. The Effect of Order of Injunction, Gender and Marginalised Groups’ Rules on Human Resource Management practices in Selected State Corporations in Kenya. Journal of Human Resource and Leadership. Vol. 1 Issue 2, NO. 2,2016
  • Wangombe,N.M., Minja,D. Non-Financial Rewards and Their Effects on Employee Retention in the Public Sector in Kenya: The Case of The National Treasury. American Journal of Public Policy and Administration. Vol.3, Issue 1No.1, pp1-16,2018
  • Jemtai, E.O. , Iravo, M., Minja, D. Influence of the Level of Citizen Participation on Governance of Projects in County Governments in Kenya. International Journal of Research and Innovation in Social Sciences. Vol. II,, Issue V, May, 2018
  • N.R.Simiyu, L.Ngugi,D.Minja. The Influence of Project Planning and Implementation on the Performance of Agricultural Projects by Community Based Organizations in Bungoma County, Kenya. European Journal of Business and Management.Vol.10, No.28, 2018
  • Jemtai, E.O., Iravo, M., Minja,D. Citizen Perceptions of the Governance of Projects in Kenya. International Journal of Innovative research and Knowledge. Vol. 3, Issue 5, May, 2018
  • Jemtai, E., M., Minja,D. Inclusivity and Quality of County Government Projects Through Education to meet The Demands of The 21st Century. The International Journal of Humanities and Social Sciences. VOL. VI, Issue 10, October 2018
  • Ndegwa E.,Minja,D. Determinants of Employee Satisfaction Among County Government Enforcement Officers in Kenya. The Case of Nairobi City County. International Journal of Current Aspects, Vol. 1, Issue II, 2018,pp129-148
  • Ndegwa, S.N.,Minja,D. Effect of Access To Information on Public Participation in Governance of Devolved Government Systems. A case of Naivasha Sub-County. International Journal of Education and Research, Vol.6, No. 11, November, 2018
  • Ndegwa, S.N.,Minja,D. The Influence of Civic Education on Public Participation in Governance of Devolved Government Systems. A case of Naivasha Sub-County. The Strategic Journal of Business & Change Management, Vol. 5, Issue 4, pp. 2246- 2258
  • Mutungi, M.M., Minja, D., Njoroge, G. The Role of Change Leadership on The Transformation of Kenya Police Service. International Journal of Scientific and Research Publications, Volume 9, Issue 1, January 2019, ISSN 2250 -3153
  • Githae, N.M. Minja D. Procedural and Institutional Challenges on the Practice of Integrity and Ethical Practices in the Public Sector in Kenya. The International Journal of Humanities & Social Studies. ISSN 2321 – 9203Vol 7 Issue 1 DOI No.: 10.24940/theijhss/2019/v7/i1/HS1901-040 January, 2019.
  • M.M.Mutungi,G.G. Njoroge, D. Minja.Moderating Effects of Organizational Culture on the Factors Affecting Transformation of the Kenya Police Service. International Journal of Innovative Science, Engineering and Technology, 2019
  • W.J. Warutumo, D. Minja. Effects of Devolved County Administration Initiatives on Maintenance of Law and Order in Laikipia County, Kenya. International Academic Journal of Law and Society.1(2) 186-207, 2019
  • T.M.Njeru,D. Minja. Determinants of implementing Cash transferProgram for Orphans and Vulnerable Children. A Case of Isiolo County, Kenya. International Academic Journal of Law and Society.1(2),411-434,2019
  • F.M. Jimale, D. Minja.Detrminants of Effective Civil Registration in Kenya. International Academic Journal of Law and Society.1(2),121-137
  • O.H.Elmi, D.Minja. Effects of Hunger Safety net Program on Livelihood Improvement in Wajir County, Kenya. International Academic Journal of Law and Society.1(2),435-449,2019
  • C.W. Wanyonyi, D. Minja.Effect of devolution on the Implementation of Pre-Primary Education.A Case of Bungoma, County,Kenya. International Academic Journal of Law and Society.1(2),290-311,2019
  • Leshore,L.Minja,D. Factors Affecting Implementation of Vision 2030 Flafship Projects in Kenya: A Case of Galane-Kulalu Irrigation Scheme. International Academic Journal of Law and Society,2019.
  • J.Kipruto, D. Minja. Effects of Corporate Governance Practices on Financial Performance of Parastatals in Kenya. Case of Kenya Pipeline Company (KPC). International Academic Journal of Economics and Finance 3(6) 223-232,2020
  •  Minja,D. Strategic Philosophy and Competitive Advantage: Conceptual Understanding and Application in Public Sector Organizations. East African Journal of Business and Economics 2(1) 10-19, 2020
  • E.J. Moi, D. Minja, F. Makhamara. Administration of Legal Issues in African Development for Global Sustainability. East African Journal of Law and Ethics 2(1),1-9, 2020
  • G.C. Chombo, D. Minja. Assessing the Effects of Community Based Organizations’ Activities on Poverty Alleviation in Mwatate Division, Kenya. Journal of Poverty, Investment and Development.Vol.53,2020,pp.38-45
  • Carolyne A. Imaya, Minja, D. Leadership Dynamics and Public Participation in Kenya: A Case of Constituency Development Fund Projects in Manyatta Constituency, Embu County, Kenya. The International Journal of Business & Management ISSN 2321–8916 Vol 8 Issue 11 DOI No.: 10.24940/theijbm/2020/v8/i11/BM2011-013 November, 2020
  • Carol Nderi, David Minja. Effects of Training Methods on Employee Performance in Devolved Governments: A Case of County Government of Nyeri, Kenya. The International Journal of Humanities & Social Studies. Vol 8 Issue 11 DOI No.: 10.24940/theijhss/2020/v8/i11/HS2011-044 November, 2020
  • Ismail Dubat,David Minja. Effect of Financial Management Practices on Performance of County Governments in Kenya: A Case of Garissa County Government, Kenya. The International Journal of Humanities & Social Studies. Vol 8 Issue 11 DOI No.: 10.24940/theijhss/2020/v8/i11/HS2011-032 November, 2020
  • Ismail Ali Abdullahi, David Minja. Effect of Health Governance Structures on Provision of Health Care in Garissa County, Kenya. The International Journal of Humanities & Social Studies. Vol 8 Issue 11 DOI No.: 10.24940/theijhss/2020/v8/i11/HS2011-028 November, 2020
  • H E Kipchumba, D.M. Minja, Felix Kiruthu(2021). Factors Influencing the Use of Discretion in the Control of Illicit Brew Trade in Kenya. A Case of Kakamega and Uasin Gichu Counties. African journal of Alcohol and Drug Abuse, Vol. 5.pp31-40
  • Omariba, V., M. & Minja, D. 2021. Strategic Planning Implementation Effects on Service Delivery Among County Governments in Kenya: A Case of Kisii County. International Journal of Strategic Management. Vol. 10 (10) pp 18 – 34.
  • Kimolo,B.K, Njoroge, J. Minja,D(2021) Analysis of the Influence of Checks and Balances on Security Service Delivery in National Police Service, Kenya. The International Journal of Business & Management ISSN 2321–8916 theijbm.com
  • Kimolo,B.K, Njoroge, J. Minja,D(2021) Analysis of Influence of Policy Formulation on Security Service Delivery in National Police Service, Kenya. The International Journal Of Business & Management
  • Akoth E.O., Minja, D. (2021) Influence of Police Participation in Housing Policy On Performance Of Police Officers In Machakos County, Kenya. European Journal of Research in Social Sciences Vol. 9 No. 2, 2021 ISSN 2056-5429
  • Minja, D, 2018 Biologics, Ethics and Policy Implications- An Opinion on Ethical Imperatives. Advances in Biotechnology & Microbiology. Opinion Volume 9 Issue 5 - May 2018 DOI: 10.19080/AIBM.2018.09.555771
  • Andrew,R.,Minja.D.,Kosimbei,G.(2022) Intergovernmental Fiscal Transfers and Decentralization Initiatives in Sub-Saharan Africa: A Case Study of SNGs in Kenya.SDMIMD Journal of Management | Print ISSN: 0976-0652 | Online ISSN: 2320-7906 DOI:10.18311/sdmimd/2022/29505.
  • Andrew,R.,Minja.D.,Kosimbei,G.(2022).The Nature of Local Revenue Decisions within the Decentralized Structures in Kenya Published in ‘The IJHSS’ Journal, Volume X, Issue 2, February, 2022 DOI No.: 10.24940/theijhss/2022/v10/i2/HS2111-038
  • Muthamia Haron Mbai, David Minja. Provision of Constituency Development Fund Bursaries and Academic Performance of Girls In Public Secondary Schools In Kenya: A Case Of Tigania East Sub-County In Meru County International Journal of Arts and Education 2(1): 92-104, 2022.
  • H E Kipchumba, D.M. Minja, F. Kiruthu. Production, Sale, and Distribution of Unrecorded Liquor in Kakamega and Uasin Gishu Counties in Kenya. African Journal of Alcohol & Drug Abuse: Volume 7, June 2022.
  • Jason Chewa, David Minja, Jane Njoroge. Service Delivery as an Outcome of Leadership Hierarchy: A Perspective of State-Owned Enterprises in the Energy Sector in Kenya International Journal of Managerial Studies and Research. Vol 10,Issue 10, October 2022,pp.1-12.
  • Jason Chewa, David Minja, Jane Njoroge. Service Delivery as an Outcome of Political Environment: A Perspective of State Corporations in Kenya. Internal Journal of Humanities and Social Studies, 2022.
  • Jason Chewa, David Minja, Jane Njoroge. Effects of Actors’ Interests on Service Delivery in State-Owned Enterprises in the Energy Sector in Kenya. The Strategic Journal of Business & Change Management, Vol.9,Iss.4,pp 1664-1677, November 30, 2022.
  • Cornelius Ombagi,David Minja, Muna Wilson. Effect of Policy Network Individual Actors’ Characteristics on Public Policy Process Outcomes in the Road Transport Sector in Nairobi City County, Kenya. American Journal of Public Policy and Administration,Vol.8,Issue 1,pp.50-61, 2023.
  • Cornelius Ombagi,David Minja, Muna Wilson. Effect of Policy Network Type on Public Policy Process Outcomes in the Road Transport Sector in Nairobi City County, Kenya. American Journal of Public Policy and Administration,Vol.8,Issue 1,pp.62-74, 2023.
  • Cornelius Ombagi,David Minja, Muna Wilson. Effect of Policy Network Collaboration on Public Policy Process Outcomes in the Road Transport Sector in Nairobi City County, Kenya. American Journal of Public Policy and Administration,Vol.8,Issue 1,pp.75-83, 2023.
  • Cornelius Ombagi,David Minja, Muna Wilson. Effect of Policy Network Managers’ Role on Public Policy Process Outcomes in the Road Transport Sector in Nairobi City County, Kenya. American Journal of Public Policy and Administration,Vol.8,Issue 2,pp.1-15, 2023.
  • Cornelius Ombagi,David Minja, Muna Wilson. Effect of Policy Network Legitimacy on Public Policy Process Outcomes in the Road Transport Sector in Nairobi City County, Kenya. American Journal of Public Policy and Administration,Vol.8,Issue 2,pp.16-29, 2023.
  • Jason Chewa, David Minja, Jane Njoroge. Moderating Effect of Working Environment on Government Bureaucracy and Servide Delivery State-Owned Enterprises in the Energy Sector in Kenya. The Strategic Journal of Business & Change Management, Vol.10,Iss.1,pp 1-20, January 1, 2023.

Articles in Conference Proceedings & Conferences Attended

  • 2008: The Role of Strategic leadership in Peace Building: Association of Lay Training Ministers in Africa Conference
  • 2009: The Impact of Micro Finance as a Strategy for Poverty Alleviation and Business Growth in Kenya: Research Seminar at St. Paul’s University
  • 2009: Entrepreneurial Ethical Practices: Handong Global University, South Korea in collaboration with St Paul’s University
  • 2009: Ethical leadership practices in Kenya: Fact of Fallacy, presented at an academic symposium at St. Paul’s University.
  • 2010: Corporate leadership: the Ethical Dimension in Kenya, presented at the 10th Annual BEN- Africa International Conference, Nairobi Kenya.
  • 2011 : Ethical Leadership for Political and Economic Development in Kenya: Strathmore University 8th Annual Ethics Conference, 2011,Nairobi Kenya.
  • 2014: Management Fibrillation and its Influence on Results-Based Management in Kenya’s Public Sector. First Asia- Pacific Conference on Global Business, Economics, Finance and Social Sciences. AP14 Singapore Conference, August, 2014.
  • 2017: Post- Independence Inter- and Intra- State Conflicts in Africa, With Special Reference to The Eastern Africa Region. National University of Public Service, Budapest, Hungary 5th October, 2017.
  • 2019: Administration of Legal Issues in African Development for Global Sustainability. International Business Research and Industrial Conference, 20th- 21st June, 2019, Kenyatta University North Coast Beach Hotel, Mombasa , Kenya.
  • 2021: Edna Moi, Mike Iravo, David Minja. Gender-Based Leadership Inequality and Economic Development in Kenya.Kenya Institute of Public Policy Research and Analysis Discussion Paper No.266, 2021.

Books

  • Minja D, Aswani D (2009) Industrial Relations in Kenya: Principles and Practices. Integrity Publishers, USA.ISBN13: 0-9821175-6-9
  • Barine K Minja D. (2011) Transformational Corporate Leadership. Integrity Publishers, USA. ISBN 13: 978-0-9828630-1-5
  • Barine, K. Minja, D. Muhoho, J. (2015). Leading Strategic Change. Integrity Publishers, USA ISBN 13: 978-1-937455-24-8
  • Minja,D.(2017). Signature of Effective Leadership: Lessons and Experience in Public Sector. LAP- Lambert Academic Publishing. ISBN-10:3330090839, ISBN-13: 978-3330090835
  • Edna Moi, Mike Iravo and David Minja (2021) Gender-Based Leadership Inequality and Economic Development in Kenya. Book Chapter, Kenya Institute for Public Policy Research and Analysis.

CONFERENCES/SEMINARS/WORKSHOPS

Participation in Workshop/Conferences

  • 2022, 6- 8 July: 1st International Conference on Women’s Economic Empowerment at Kenyatta University. Presented a paper on Participation of Women in Leadership and Governance Processes in Kenya.
  • 2022, July 15th: Speaker at the Science -Policy Dialogue themed: “Kenya’s Elections: Progress and Problems”, hosted by The Conversation Africa
  • 2019: The 6th Africa Think Tank Summit Theme: Tackling Implementation Challenges for Africa’s Sustainable Development (24-26 April), Kenyatta International Convention Centre, Nairobi.
  • 2019: Moi E. J., Iravo M., Minja D. (2019). A Gendered Approach to Unlocking the Potential for Sustainable Development. KIPPRA 2nd Annual Regional Conference, 11th-13th June, 2019, at Sarova Whitesands Beach Resort & Spa Mombasa, Kenya.
  • 2019: Moi E. J., Iravo M., Minja D. (2019). Emerging Business Trends in Business Management for Global Sustainable Development. Held from 20th– 21st June 2019, at the North Coast Beach Hotel, Mombasa, Kenya.
  • 2018: Moi   J., Minja D. (2018). Re-weaving Education to meet the demands of 21st International Conference on Education, 19th-21st September, 2018, at Kenyatta University, Kenya.
  • 2017, October 5th: Presented a paper on Conflict Resolution in Africa with special reference to The Eastern Africa Region at the National University of Public Service.
  • 2017, June 5th -9th: Presentation at African Association of Public Administration and Management (AAPAM) conference held at Simba Lodge - Naivasha. Topic- Productive Work Place Culture in Public Service.
  • 2016: Transformational Leadership- Turning around Organizations for High Performance. ICPS Regional Governance Conference, 6th -8th April, 2016 Serena Hotel, Zanzibar
  • 2014: Management Fibrillation and its Influence on Results-Based Management in Kenya’s Public Sector.  First Asia- Pacific Conference on Global Business, Economics, Finance and Social Sciences. AP14 Singapore Conference, 1-3 August, 2014.
  • 2014: Transformative Leadership – Managing an Expanded Legislature in a Presidential System. Second National Assembly Leadership Conference, Mombasa, Kenya( March, 2014).
  • 2014: Good Governance and Values-Based leadership in Africa. Values and Integrity as Key Drivers of Change. African Association of Public Administration and Management (June, 2014).
  • 2013: Historical Perspective of Sustainability and Participatory Development- Public Policy Dimension. KDSA Annual Conference. May, 2013.
  • 2013: Corporate Governance in Youth Leadership for National Development. National Youth Council Conference organized by The Presidency, Ministry of Devolution and Planning at Multi-Media University, December, 2013.
  • May, 2013: Attended a conference on Historical Perspective of Sustainability and Participatory Development- Public Policy Dimension. DAAD Annual Conference.
  • December, 2013: Corporate Governance and Youth Leadership for National Development. National Youth Council Conference organized by The Presidency, Ministry of Devolution and Planning at Multi-Media University.
  • 2011: Ethical Leadership Practices: The Foundation of Political and Economic Development in Kenya. Presented at the Strathmore University Ethics International Conference, October, 2011
  • 2010: Corporate leadership: the Ethical Dimension in Kenya, presented at the 10th Annual Business Ethics Network(BEN)- Africa International Conference, Nairobi
  • 2009: Ethical leadership practices in Kenya: Fact of Fallacy, presented at an academic workshop at St. Paul’s University.
  • July ,2008: The Role of Strategic leadership in Peace Building: Association of Lay Training Ministers in Africa Conference.

Articles in Conference Proceedings & Conferences Attended

  • 2008: The Role of Strategic leadership in Peace Building: Association of Lay Training Ministers in Africa Conference
  • 2009: The Impact of Micro Finance as a Strategy for Poverty Alleviation and Business Growth in Kenya: Research Seminar at St. Paul’s University
  • 2009: Entrepreneurial Ethical Practices: Handong Global University, South Korea in collaboration with St Paul’s University
  • 2009: Ethical leadership practices in Kenya: Fact of Fallacy, presented at an academic symposium at St. Paul’s University.
  • 2010: Corporate leadership: the Ethical Dimension in Kenya, presented at the 10th Annual BEN- Africa International Conference, Nairobi Kenya.
  • 2011 : Ethical Leadership for Political and Economic Development in Kenya: Strathmore University 8th Annual Ethics Conference, 2011,Nairobi Kenya.
  • 2014: Management Fibrillation and its Influence on Results-Based Management in Kenya’s Public Sector. First Asia- Pacific Conference on Global Business, Economics, Finance and Social Sciences. AP14 Singapore Conference, August, 2014.
  • 2017: Post- Independence Inter- and Intra- State Conflicts in Africa, With Special Reference to The Eastern Africa Region. National University of Public Service, Budapest, Hungary 5th October, 2017.
  • 2019: Administration of Legal Issues in African Development for Global Sustainability. International Business Research and Industrial Conference, 20th- 21st June, 2019, Kenyatta University North Coast Beach Hotel, Mombasa , Kenya.
  • 2021: Edna Moi, Mike Iravo, David Minja. Gender-Based Leadership Inequality and Economic Development in Kenya.Kenya Institute of Public Policy Research and Analysis Discussion Paper No.266, 2021.

Books

  • Minja D, Aswani D (2009) Industrial Relations in Kenya: Principles and Practices. Integrity Publishers, USA.ISBN13: 0-9821175-6-9
  • Barine K Minja D. (2011) Transformational Corporate Leadership. Integrity Publishers, USA. ISBN 13: 978-0-9828630-1-5
  • Barine, K. Minja, D. Muhoho, J. (2015). Leading Strategic Change. Integrity Publishers, USA ISBN 13: 978-1-937455-24-8
  • Minja,D.(2017). Signature of Effective Leadership: Lessons and Experience in Public Sector. LAP- Lambert Academic Publishing. ISBN-10:3330090839, ISBN-13: 978-3330090835
  • Edna Moi, Mike Iravo and David Minja (2021) Gender-Based Leadership Inequality and Economic Development in Kenya. Book Chapter, Kenya Institute for Public Policy Research and Analysis.

Convening and Coordinating Conferences or Workshops

  • 2018, June: Organized a workshop on ‘Leadership and Good Governance in Public Administration’ for the Government of the People’s Republic of Bangladesh at Kenyatta University.
  • 2018, November: Organized a workshop in collaboration with Ministry of Labour and Social Protection on ‘Employability and Employment Opportuniies for Public Policy graduates’ at Kenyatta University.
  • 2015: Coordinated a one day stakeholders’ workshop to discuss PhD in Public Policy and Management developed by our department at Kenyatta University.

 


NETWORKING AND COLLABORATION WITH EXTERNAL ORGANIZATIONS

  • 2021: Initiated Collaboration between Department of Public Policy and Administration and Office of The Controller of Budget.
  • 2020: Initiated Collaboration between Department of Public Policy and Administration and Kenya Institute of Public Policy Research and Analysis (KIPPRA)
  • 2019: Initiated Collaboration between Department of Public Policy and Administration and African Association of Public Administration and Management (AAPAM)
  • 2017: Entered into a collaboration between Department of Public Policy and Administration and National University of Public Service, Budapest, Hungary
  • 2017: Facilitated the development of Strategic Plan for Kenya Agricultural Livestock Research Organization (KALRO) under KU- KALRO collaboration agreement.
  • May – July 2015: Led a team from KU, Strathmore University and Kenya School of Monetary Studies in developing a Financial Sector Policy Analysts Capacity Building Programme.

EXTERNAL AND INTERNAL GRANTS

  • April 2020 to date: Principal Investigator- Participation of Women in Corporate Governance. A 5-year research project funded by Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation.
  • September, 2020 to date: Researcher, Women Empowerment: Micro-Level Estimation for Women Empowerment Index. A 5- year research project funded by Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation.
  • May-June 2018: Won a contract worth Ksh. 900,000 to train 1Cabinet Secretary and 10 Deputy Secretaries from the Government of the People’s Republic of Bangladesh. The programme focused on ‘Leadership and Good Governance in Public Administration’.
  • January 2018: Won a consultancy contract worth Ksh 1,040,000 to develop Public Relations Society of Kenya Strategic Plan. Funds to be channeled through KU Consultancy Unit
  • September, 2017: Awarded European Union’s Erasmus Grant+ amounting to 2976 Euros as a visiting professor at National University of Public Service(NUPS) and Pazmany Catholic University both in Budapest, Hungary.
  • 2015: Won funding worth US$ 22,250/= to develop a curriculum for Financial Sector Policy Analysts in Kenya. The funding was provided by Financial Sector Deepening Trust.
  • 2014: Won a grant from The Research Foundation of The State University of New York worth Ksh. 169,200.
  • 2013: Awarded Kshs.126,250/= Research Grant by Vice-Chancellor, Kenyatta University.
  • 2007: Won funding proposal Ksh.1,150,000/= for capacity building of Saccos in four provinces ( Nairobi, Central, Eastern and Coast). The funding was given by Swedish Cooperative Centre and Cooperative Bank.
  • 2005: Won funding worth US$ 100,000/= for conducting institutional assessment on management and leadership needs of cooperative societies in Nyandarua County. The proposal was funded by Slovak Aid & UNDP Slovakia

 CONSULTANCIES

  • August, 15-17, 2022: Facilitated a workshop for Senior Managers of Petroleum & Natural Gas Senior Staff Association of Nigeria (PENGASSAN).Theme: Leading Organizational Change Through Labour and Industrial Relations.
  • July,28-August 3,2022: Facilitated development of Policy Implementation Plans for Livestock Policy and Veterinary Policy for State Department of Livestock, Ministry of Agriculture, Livestock, Fisheries and Cooperatives.
  • July,20-21, 2022: Facilitated a workshop for the Trustees of Masinde Muliro University of Science and Technology Pension Fund. Theme: Transformational Leadership for Effective Management of Pension Funds.
  • May,10-11,2022: Facilitated a workshop on Public Policy Formulation and Implementation and Good Governance in the Public Sector for senior civil servants from the Ministry of Gender, Children and Social Welfare in the Gambia.
  • September, 2021: Facilitated a Strategy and Scenario Planning workshop for CEOs and Board Members at Radisson Blu in Dubai.
  • March, 23-26,2021: Facilitated Performance Management training for senior officers of county governments at White Sands, Hotel, Mombasa.
  • March, 16-20, 2021: Facilitated a Leadership and Governance training for Members of Nakuru County Executive Committee at Diani Reef Hotel, Diani.
  • December,2020: Facilitated a training on Governance and Results-Based Management for Members of County Assembly of the County Government of Nakuru.
  • April- July, 2020: Facilitated the finalization of two (2) Strategic Plans for the State Department of Livestock and Directorate of Livestock Policy Research and Regulations, Ministry of Agriculture, Livestock and Fisheries, Kenya.
  • December, 16-20, 2019: Facilitated Public Policy and Public Communication Workshop for Media and Public Relations Professionals in Dubai.
  • August, 12- 16, 2019: Transformative Leadership and Decision Making workshop for Women Vice Presidents of Public Universities in Ethiopia; funded by UN Women
  • July 11-13, 2019: Facilitated Transformative Leadership and Corporate Governance Training for the Board of Public Relations Society of Kenya.
  • June- July 3rd , 2019: Facilitator- Productivity and Business Process Reengineering, National Defense College- Kenya.
  • April-June, 2019: UNDP Consultant to develop Strategic Plan for Political Parties Disputes Tribunal
  • April-June, 2019: Commonwealth Consultant to develop Youth Mainstreaming Strategy for Commonwealth and Kenya.
  • January-May, 2019: Team Lead in the Formulation of Hides, Skins and Leather Development Sector Strategy for Ministry of Agriculture, Livestock, Fisheries and Irrigation.
  • July,2018: Conducted Board Performance Evaluation for National Crime Research Centre
  • June 20-25, 2018: Lead Trainer- Senior Officials from Cabinet Office of the Government of the People’s Republic of Bangladesh
  • April 2018- June 2018: Lead Consultant- Formulation of Youth Mainstreaming (YM) Strategy Framework. Funding agency was the Commonwealth Secretariat, London.
  • January- March, 2018: Facilitated the development of strategic plan for Public Relation’s Society of Kenya
  • February 2018: Facilitated an Entrepreneurship Development Program for CPF Financial Services
  • December, 2017- January, 2018: Facilitated the development of Strategic Plan for Insurance Regulatory Authority
  • March, 2017: Reviewed 2012-2017 Strategic Plan and Facilitated the development of 2017-2022 Strategic Plan of Kenya Roads Board.
  •  March, 2017: Inducted the Council and conducted governance training for National Crime Research Centre. Also reviewed the organization’s Strategic Plan
  • March, 2017: Inducted the Board of Kenya Water Towers Authority
  • December,2016: Facilitated the development of Strategic Plan of Machakos University
  • December,2016: Facilitated the development of Strategic Plan of Kenya Agricultural and Livestock Research Organization(KALRO)
  • November, 2016: Facilitated Performance Management training for Human Resources professionals for various county governments
  • November, 2016: Facilitated a workshop for The National Assembly on Transformative and Servant Leadership in public service.
  • October, 2016: Facilitated review of strategic plan of Murang’a University of Technology. I also trained the University Council on corporate governance and strategy.
  • August, 2016: Facilitated corporate governance workshop for TANATHI Water Services Board
  • April, 2016: Facilitated Transformational leadership workshop for CEOs and senior executives in Zanzibar.
  • March 2016: Facilitated Public-Private Partnership workshop for Nakuru County Government
  • November, 2015: Facilitated Strategic Planning and Performance Management workshop for the commissioners and management of Teachers Service Commission.
  • September 2015: Inducted the Board of National Construction Authority
  • August 2015: Inducted the Board of Directors of Kenya Roads Board
  • June, 2015: Inducted the Board and Management of National Water and Pipeline Conservation
  • May, 2015: Corporate Governance training and Induction of the Board and Management of Export Processing Zones Authority.
  • April to June 2015: Developed a curriculum for Financial Sector Policy Analysts in Kenya. The funding was provided by Financial Sector Deepening Trust.
  • April, 2015: Facilitated the development of a corporate strategic plan for National Water Conservation and Pipeline Corporation
  • March, 2015: Facilitated Corporate Governance training and Board Induction of Insurance Regulatory Authority
  • December,2014: Facilitated Corporate Governance training for Board of Trustees for National Council for Persons With Disabilities
  • November, 2014: Facilitated Corporate Governance training for TANATHI Water Services Board
  • August,2014: Training Director Generals of Republic of South Sudan on Corporate Governance and Strategic Leadership
  • July, 2014: Corporate Governance Training and Induction for the Board of National Council for Persons With Disabilities
  • June, 2014: Effective Governance and Strategic Thinking. Board and Management workshop for National Council for Population and Development (NCPD).
  • April, 2014: Integrity, Ethics and Fight Against Corruption in Public Service- Workshop for Kenya Roads Board
  • February, 2014: Transformative Leadership – Managing an Expanded Legislature in a Presidential System. Second National Assembly Leadership Retreat. Funding Agency: research Foundation of State University of New York ( SUNY).
  • December,2013: Conducted Board induction for National Youth Council, Ministry of Devolution and Planning
  • October, 2013- February, 2014: Facilitated Strategic planning Development for Kenyatta University- City Campus
  • September, 2013: Conducted Board Evaluation for Constituencies Development Fund Board
  • August, 2013:Conducted Board Evaluation for Media Council of Kenya
  • June, 2013: Facilitated a workshop ‘Leading Organizational Change’ for Nairobi Water & Sewerage Company
  • June- January 2014: Development of NCCK( SMEP- LBG) Strategic Plan and Business Plan
  • March 2013: Facilitated board induction and board evaluation of Kenya Roads Board
  • March 2013: Facilitated Leadership workshop for the senior management of Tea Board of Kenya
  • February 2013: Strategic Planning retreat for NASCOP

                  Task: Took the organization through strategic planning process.

  • February 2013- September, 2013: Developed Corporate Strategic Plan for Media Council of Kenya

                  Tasks: Took the Board and management through strategic planning process.

                  Conducted review of just ended strategic plan

                  Developed Corporate Strategic Plan

  • January, 2013: Facilitated training in Change Management and Reforms for National Police Service under the funding of Kenya Government and Swedish Police Board
  • October 2012: National Housing Corporation Board Retreat. Facilitated a retreat for the Board of Directors and senior management. Issues covered included: leading corporate transformation, developing a new culture, organization restructuring, public financial management practice, devolution of services in line with the Constitution of Kenya 2010.
  • September 2012: Director Generals Workshop .Training Director Generals of the Republic of South Sudan on strategic thinking and developing a new culture in post conflict era. Leading transformation was also dealt with.
  • August 2012: Corporate Governance Workshop. Training Media Council Board and Senior Management on various aspects of good corporate governance
  • July 2012: Sierra Leone Public Servants. Training public servants in-charge of performance management and performance contracting in Sierra Leone.
  • June 2012: Training of County Commissioners. Area of focus: Leadership Practice in Devolved Government
  • April- May 2012: Training top leadership of Ministry of Housing. Area of focus: Managing Change in the New Constitutional Order
  • May 2012: Local Government Board of Government of South Sudan- Juba

             Funding Agency- GIZ

             Area of focus: Leadership and Management for Improved Performance in Local Governments

  • 2012 April- May; Kenya Police Service Reform Programme.

                                Areas of focus: Application of Leadership and Project Management Principles and Practices in Police Reforms

                               Funding Agency: Swedish Government through Swedish National Police Board

  • 2011-December: Transformative Leadership for Post Bank senior management.
  • 2008- date: Reviewer of degree programs submitted to Commission for Higher Education for accreditation.

                       Assignment: Human Resources Development- providing technical advise to HR Director, review HR policies and HR Planning.

                     Contract period: June 2010 to September, 2010

                    Contracting organization: SIL International

                      Assignment: Formulation of a Strategic plan

                         Contract Period:    May 2008- April, 2009

                       Contracting Organization:  ACK St. Philips Parish, Gachie

                 Assignment: Leadership Development Training.

                    Target Group:  Christian leaders drawn from Kenya, Nigeria, Egypt, Uganda and Tanzania.

                    Period:    November, 2008

                    Contracting Organization:  Association of Christian Lay Centers in Africa ( ACLCA).

              Assignment: Leadership Development Training for Africa women Christian leaders held at Co-operative College, Kenya

                         Period:  July, 2008

                   Contracting Organizations:  Pan Africa Christian Women Association & Association of Evangelicals for Africa.

            Assignment: Micro   Finance training

                  Period:              May, 2008

                Organization:   Ndetika Rural SACCO- Kikuyu

  • Assignment :    Capacity building of 8 dairy cooperatives in Nyandarua district

                    Contract period:  16 months [May 2005-June 2006]

                   Funding agencies:          UNDP-Slovakia & government of Slovakia

  • Assignment: Capacity building of Rural Saccos and Micro Finance groups.

                      Contract period:     August 2005-December 2006

                     Client:                    Cooperative Bank of Kenya

                   Funding agency:    Swedish Cooperative Centre

                                      TASKS 

  • Evaluation of Micro Finance Programs.
  • Development of Micro Finance Lending Tool kit.
  • Development of Micro Finance Training Manual
  • Development of strategic plans
  • Development of business plans
  • Conducting PRAs to establish client’s perception on products/services offered by SACCOs and their competitiveness in the financial services sector.
  • Conducting trainings in the following areas:
    • Groups’ formation and management
    • Leadership and Governance
    • Business start-up and management
    • Marketing and customer care
    • Financial management
    • Business Planning
  • Assignment: Building management capacity of SOMWO and its clients

                Client:            Songa Mbele Women Organization [SOMWO]

                Funding agency:      CIDA/GESP

                Contract period:       December 2002- August 2005

                                      TASKS

  • Conducting a needs assessment of the organization
  • Developing financial, personnel and credit operations polices and procedures.
  • Training of staff and management of the organization on Micro Finance Management.
  • Preparation of a five – years strategic plan.
  • Training of clients and groups in business management skills.
  • Assignment : HIV/AIDS and business management training

                Client: SongaMbele Women Organization

              Funding agency:       National Aids Control Council

                  Contract period:        2003

  • Assignment : Establishment of Micro Finance Company

               Client:   SULMAC credit limited

              Contract period:       2005

            Funding agency:      Client

 

Title/Position: Senior Lecturer & Director City Campus
Department :
Public Policy and Administration
Email: kiruthu.felix@ku.ac.ke / This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
Cell Phone: 254- 0722-406651
Address:  P. O. Box 43844-00100, NAIROBI

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Summary Qualifications

Ability to: conduct scholarly research in social sciences; consultancy on socio- economic and political issues; teach undergraduate and graduate courses, including: Studies in African Political Economy; African Economic History and Research Methods in History, Foundations of Conflict Analysis, Economics and Conflict, Post-Conflict Reconstruction Strategies: Supervision of graduate students in humanities. Great potential in publishing scholarly articles and books

Research & Publications

Research and Publications in Book Chapters

  • Kiruthu, F. (2015): Book Chapter: “Political Party organization & the 2013 Elections: What Lessons for Democracy and Inclusion?’ in (Kimani Njogu and Peter Wafula Eds.), Kenya’s 2013 General Election: Stakes, Practices and Outcomes, Nairobi. Twaweza Communications.
  • Kiruthu, F., (2014): “Masculinities, Feminities and Citizen Identities in a Global Era: Case Study of Kiambu District in Kenya, 1980-2007,” in Laroussi Amri and Ramola Ramhotul (Eds.) Gender and Citizenship in the Global Age. Dakar, Codesria
  • Kiruthu, F. Kinyanjui, M. and Muchoki, F., (2013):”The New Scramble for Africa? Indo-Kenyan Economic Relations, 1980-2010”, in Toyin Falola and Jessica Archberger (EDS), African Political Economy: the way Forward in the 21st Century Development, Routledge, USA.
  • Kiruthu, F., Wekesa, P., and Kakai, P., (2013): “Politics in Post Colonial Zimbabwe: From Optimism to Disillusionment”, in Maurice Amutabi (Ed.), Studies in Culture, Gender and Education in Africa, Nairobi, CUEA.
  • Kiruthu, F., Musalia, W., and Ndeda, M.A., (2012): “The Struggle with Sexual Rights Among Kikuyu Women of Central Kenya, 1918-2002”, in Toyin Falola (Eds.), Women, Gender and Sexualities in Africa, Carolina Academic Press, USA.
  • Kiruthu, F., (2011):  Dictionary of African History Articles on biographies: Joseph Kamaru; Kenneth Kaunda; Anne Mungai; Lord Delamere; Speziola Kazibwe; Margaret Kenyatta and Kenneth Koma, Oxford University Press New York (2011).
Conference Presentations
  • April 8th 2016: Attendance of Prof Francis Nyamjoh’s Presentation: “Cecil Rhodes: The Makwerekwere with Missionary Zeal” at IFRA/ BIEA, Kileleshwa-Nairobi.
  • March 24-29th  2014: Presenter: “Music as a Strategy of Youth Resilience in Dadaab Refugee Camp, Kenya” at the RSC Conference on “Refugee Voices” at St. Anne’s College, Woodstock Road, Oxford, UK.
  • 21st February, 2014: Discussant & moderator: Panel 5: Social Protection and the Marginalized, at the IFRA International Conference on :  “Fifty Years after Political Independence: The Politics of Social Protection in Kenya” , Nairobi, 21st February, 2014
  • 27th January, 2014:  Presenter –“The Forgotten Heritage: The Place of Mau Mau Memory, Material and Immaterial Culture in Kenya” at -IFRA International Conference : Promoting  heritage Conservation and Human Rights, Nairobi-27th January,
  • 27th January, 2014:  Presenter –“The Forgotten Heritage: The Place of Mau Mau Memory, Material and Immaterial Culture in Kenya” at -IFRA International Conference : Promoting  heritage Conservation and Human Rights, Nairobi-27th January, 2014.
  • June 30 th to 19th july 2013: International Summer School on Forced Migrations at the Refugee Studies Centre (RSC) -University of Oxford-UK.
  • 29th to 31st May 2013: Presentation at the DAAD Conference on Public policy and Administration programmes in KU and Urban governance in Kenya, Safari Park Hotel-Nairobi.
  • July 2012: Presenter- Paper entitled: "The Development of the Jua Kali Sector in Kenya, 1963 to 2010". A paper presented at the Catholic University of East Africa, July 2012.
  • May 2012: Presenter- Paper entitled: "West African Churches in East Africa: New Religious Ideals and Forms of Evangelization: The Case Study of the Winners Chapel" Nairobi, 24th June 2012.
  • May 2011: Facilitator –History and Government Educational resources, Oxford University Press, Dar es Salaam, Tanzania.
  • March 26-29th 2011: Presenter-Africa Conference 2011. Paper entitled: "Indo-Kenyan Economic Relations, 1963-2010", at the University of Texas at Austin, Texas, USA.
  • April 16-22nd 2010: Association of American Geographers Conference. Washington, USA.
  • March 26-28th 2010: Presenter- Africa Conference 2010. Paper entitled: "The Struggle for Sexual Rights among Kikuyu Women of Central Kenya, 1918-2002". University of Texas at Austin. Texas, USA.

Title/qualifications: Phd.
Department/unit/section:
Kiswahili 
Contact address:
Kenyatta University P. O. Box 43844 - 00100 Nairobi or Kenyatta University Kitui Campus P.O. Box 410-90200 Kitui
Position: Senior Lecturer & Director, Kenyatta University – Kitui Campus
Area of specialization:
Linguistics; Sociolinguistics; Communication Skills; Discourse Analysis; Translation
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Conference Presentations

  • Peter Karanja & Ireri Mbaabu, Presenting Paper Urithi wa Kamati ya Kis. ya Afrika Mashariki CHAKITA: International Kiswahili Conference, Kenyatta University – Kenatta University Conference Center, 2012 (Aug23-24)
  • Peter Karanja, Participant as Representing KU – Kitui Campus, HELB/Universities Consultative Workshop/Forum., Kenya School of Monetary Studies. Nairobi, Kenya., 2010,, (Apr 21-24)
  • Peter Karanja, Participant Representing KU – Kitui Campus, Intellectual Property Rights Unit Training of Trainers workshop., Kenyatta University, Nairobi, Kenya., 2010, (April, 28)
  • Peter Karanja, Participant/Host at University of Western Cape, AFRICAN LANGUAGES COLLOQUIUM., Baxton Hall, Middle Campus, University of Cape Town, Cape Town, South Africa.    2007 (May 30)   
  • Peter Karanja, Participant/Session Chair and Panelist), Conference: The multilingual citizen: Towards a politics of language for agency and change., Two Oceans Aquarium, Waterfront Cape Town, South Africa, 2007 (Feb.23-24)
  • Peter Karanja    Member of Organising team/Participant, 2nd Conference of the International Association for Translation and Intercultural Studies (IATIS) Intervention in Translation, Interpreting and Intercultural Encounters, University of the Western Cape, South Africa, 2006 (Jul 12 -14)   

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Dr. Richard M. Wafula 
Executive Dean School of Law, Arts and Social Sciences
 

Dr. Tom Ratemo

Dr. Tom Ratemo

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