Development jargon slowing down growth
Sitting through a recent class on leadership, which remains at the core of effective strategy development and organisational change, I experienced a light bulb moment, which I have since named “linking global knowledge with local experience.”
By Justina Wamae 7 years ago
Development jargon slowing down growth
Encourage on-the-job training
During graduations, graduates outline dreams and an appetite to up eat the world, believing they can have everything.
By Justina Wamae 8 years ago
Encourage on-the-job training
The perils of copy-and-paste programmes
Most Kenyans born after 1980 have gone through the 8-4-4 education system. In effect, most of us will attest to the power of highlight, control C and control V: copy and paste.
By Justina Wamae 8 years ago
The perils of copy-and-paste programmes
Of knowledge, public money and corruption in Kenya
The Eurobond, fiscal and monetary policies, revenue, expenditure, budget balance, financing items, Gross Domestic Product (GDP) and the Public Finance and Management Act 2012 are commonplace in Kenyan parlance today.
By Justina Wamae 8 years ago
Of knowledge, public money and corruption in Kenya
Scandal of fully-equipped Nairobi hospitals without adequate staff
Nairobi
By Kennedy Mureithi
10 hrs ago
Ruto leads country in mourning Kiptum as marathoner buried
National
By Titus Too and Stephen Rutto
10 hrs ago