Examining the Factors Influencing the Adoption of Monitoring and Evaluation System among Non-Governmental Organisations in Murang’a County, Kenya

Journal of Management and Business Administration, Vol. 2, 2017 Authors: Adwin Ndonga Mugera and Paul Sang Department of Management Science, Kenyatta University, Nairobi – Kenya. Corresponding Author Email: adwinmugera@gmail.com  Abstract: The main purpose of this study was to examine the factors that influence the adoption of monitoring and evaluation system among NGOs in Murang’a County, […]

Effect of Personal Attributes on Employee Performance in the Public Service in Kenya

Journal of Management and Business Administration, Vol. 2, 2017 Authors: Joy Kelemba, Ronald Chepkilot and Charles Zakayo Kabarak University, P.O. Private Bag 20157, Kabarak – Kenya Corresponding author email:kasandi2013@gmail.com Abstract: The legitimacy of any public service draws its breath from the capacity of responding to the needs of citizens in a way that is economically […]

Effect of Strategic Management Practices Use on Tax Positioning among Small and Medium Enterprises in Nairobi County

Journal of Management and Business Administration, 2 (1), August 2017.  < Author:  Nicholas Ngatia Njoroge, Department of Marketing and Management, The Catholic University of Eastern Africa. P O Box 62157. 00200, Nairobi – Kenya > Abstract Despite that Small and Medium Enterprises sub-sector is increasingly being recognized as the prime vehicle for economic development in […]

Road Users’ Perception on National Transport and Safety Authority Road Accident Reduction Strategies in Kenya

Journal of Management and Business Administration, 2 (1), June 2017.  < Author: Richard Meraba Mogire, Kisii University – Kenya > < Email: mogirerichardm@gmail.com > Abstract: Most fatalities and disabilities across the world have been attributed to road traffic accidents .The total number of road traffic deaths in 2015 was 1.3 million ranked tenth cause of […]

Impact of Enhancing Human Resource Capabilities on Employee Performance in Civil Service in Kenya

Journal of Management and Business Administration, Vol. 1, No. 1, 2016 Authors: Joyce K. Nyabuti1, Ronald Chepkilot2 and Charles Zakayo3 Affiliation1,2,3: Kabarak University, P.O. Private Bag 20157, Kabarak – Kenya Email of the Corresponding Author: joynyabuti@yahoo.com Abstract: Most organizations recognize that enhancing the capabilities of people in the organization is the most inevitable change expected in […]

Effect of Motivational Strategies on Employee Productivity in the Banking Industry: Evidence from one Selected Commercial Bank in Kenya

Journal of Management and Business Administration, Vol. 1, No. 1, 2016 Author: Innocent Magori  Ong’ang’a Department of Business and Social Sciences, Jomo Kenyatta University of Agriculture and Technology Email: finiombati@gmail.com Abstract Optimal employee performance is at the heart of every organization. However, there are myriad challenges which hinder employee productivity, key among them, employee motivation. Despite […]

Perceptions and Exploitation of Entrepreneurial Opportunities in Agency Banking in Kenya: A Study of Equity Agents in Kiambu County

Journal of Management and Business Administration, Vol. 1, No. 1, 2016 Author: Peter R. Mutungu Mwangi Department of Entrepreneurship and Technology, Leadership and Management, College of Human Resource Development, Jomo Kenyatta University of Agriculture and Technology E-mail: rpmutungu@gmail.com/rpmutungu@yahoo.com Abstract Agency banking involves contracting of independent business entities by financial institutions to offer selected financial services to […]