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Mary Manyange Bosire

Mary Manyange Bosire
Lecturer
Faculty of Commerce
Department of Accounting, Finance and Management Science
Egerton University – Nakuru Town Campus College
P. O. Box 13357 – 20100 NAKURU.
Mobile: +254 – 722 981 665
Email: bosiremary@yahoo.com

EDUCATION

2014 - present

Student - PhD in Business Administration

Egerton University, Kenya

2010

Master of Business Administration (Finance Option)

Egerton University, Kenya

2007

Bachelor of Commerce (Finance Option)

Kabarak University, Kenya

FIELD OF SPECIALIZATION

Finance – Investment and Portfolio Management, Real Estate investment and financing, Financial institutions, Financial Markets and International Finance

WORK EXPERIENCE

September 2014 - present

Lecturer, Department of Accounting, Finance and Management Science, Egerton University, Kenya

April 2011 – September 2014

Assistant Lecturer, Department of Accounting, Finance and Management Science, Egerton University, Kenya

January 2010 – April 2011

Part- time Lecturer, School of Business, Kabarak University, Kenya

2001 - 2003

Team Manager - National Customer Service. Department of Service Delivery, Head Office, Barclays Kenya

1998 - 2001

Head of Section and Custodial Service – Retail Services, Barclays Kenya

1986 - 1998

Bank official and chief teller, Barclays Bank of Kenya Ltd

FIELD OF SPECIALIZATION

Micro – Finance performance and cost of capital, Personal Finance and management, Capital Markets operations and efficiency, Real Estate investment and financing, Small Business Enterprise

RECENT PUBLICATIONS

1

J. A. Omuchesi & M. M. Bosire (2014). The Effect of Automation on Stock Market Price Volatility: A Case of Nairobi Securities Exchange. Journal of Economics and Finance (IOSR – JEF) Volume 5, issue 3 pp 71 - 79

2

M. M. Bosire, R. Mugo, G. Owuor, W. Oluoch, & G. Kakiya. (2014). What Factors Influence a Wide Interest Rate Band in Micro – Finance Institutions in Kenya? Research Journal of Finance and Accounting. Journal of Finance and Accounting, International Institute for Science, Technology and Education, New York, USA, Vol. 5, No. 7: pp 18 - 32

3

H. B. Junge, M. M. Bosire, & S . M. Kamau (2014). An Assessment of the Effects of Burgetary Practices on Performance of Public Secondary Schools in Nakuru Municipality. Journal of Finance and Accounting, International Institute for Science, Technology and Education. New York, USA, Vol. 5 No. 8: pp 10 - 18

4

B . Ngaruiya, M . M.Bosire & S . M. Kamau(2014). Effects of Mobile Money Transactions on Financial Performance of Small and Medium Enterprises in Nakuru Central Business District. Journal of Finance and Accounting, International institute for Science, Technology and Education. New York USA, Vol. 5 No. 12: pp 53 - 58

5

G . Kakiya, Mugo R, S . Onyuma, G . Uwuor, & M . M. Bosire (2013). Do Earnings Announcements Have an Effect on the Level of Efficiency of the Nairobi Securities Exchange? Journal of Finance and Accounting; International Institute of Science, Technology and Education, New York, USA, Vol. 4 No. 16: pp 148 - 165

PROFESSIONAL CERTIFICATES TRAINING

Capacity Enhancement in Research Publication workshop for Academic staff (28th March, 2012). Egerton University

Pedagogy Workshop (2012). Egerton University

Performance Management Workshop for Team Leaders on performance development and management for staff (12th – 13th May 2003). Barclays Bank, Kenya

Brand energizer events workshop on people Motivation (19th – 20th 2000).
Barclays Bank, Kenya

Operations Rigor training workshop – using SDMIS management tools to understand and implement organizational rigor aspects for responsibility and accountability (2nd –5thJuly 2003). Barclays Bank, Kenya

E- Learning workshop for service delivery. 12th May – 16th May, 2013. Hewlett – Packard Company in Collaboration with Egerton University

 

Mission

The mission of the Department of Accounting, Finance and Management Science is to advance knowledge by offering high quality research, teaching and learning in order to produce world class business leaders, professionals and academicians.

Mr. Wycliffe Oluoch

Mr. Wycliffe Oluoch (Accounting), MBA (Finance), CPA (K).
Lecturer
Department of Accounting, Finance and Management Science,
Faculty of Commerce,
Egerton University.
Nakuru Town Campus College.
P. O. Box 13357. Nakuru. KENYA.
Mobile: 0725379191.
Email: wycliffeoluoch@egerton.ac.ke or wycliffeoluoch@yahoo.com

EDUCATION

2000 – 2003

Master of Business and Administration – Finance

University of Nairobi

1994 – 1998

B.Ed Accounting and Mathematics

University of Nairobi

 
PROFESSIONAL QUALIFICATION

Certified Public Accountant of Kenya (CPAK)

 
WORK EXPERIENCE

April 2011 – Present

Lecturer, Accounting and Finance, Egerton University.

March 2012 – August 2015

Chair of Department, Accounting, Finance and Management Science.

April 2007 – April 2011

Chairman, Accounting Finance & Insurance Department, Kabarak University.

RECENT WORK

Wycliffe Oluoch (2002). The timing effect of earnings announcement on stock returns of companies listed at the Nairobi Stock Exchange. Unpublished MBA project. University of Nairobi.

2

Mary Bosire, George Owuor and Wycliffe Oluoch. (2011). Evaluation of factors that influence wide interest rate band in micro finance Institutions in Kenya. Unpublished MBA project. Egerton University

3

Dickson Gichana and Wycliffe Oluoch (2009). Factors affecting the choice of investment at the Nairobi stock exchange. Unpublished MBA project. Egerton University.

 
RESEARCH INTERESTS

Capital Markets, Corporate finance, Investment Finance, Financial accounting and Managerial Accounting.

Dr. Richard Bitange Nyaoga

Dr. Richard Bitange Nyaoga, Ph.D.
Senior Lecturer,
Faculty of Commerce,
Department of Accounting, Finance and Management Science,
Egerton University
P. O. Box 13357, 20100 Nakuru, Kenya

Mobile: +254 - 721 464 673
Email: rnyaoga@egerton.ac.ke OR rnyaoga@yahoo.com

 
EDUCATION

2016

Ph.D., Management Science & Engineering

Dalian University of Technology

2007

MBA- Operations Management

University of Nairobi

2005

B.Ed.- Mathematics & Economics

University of Nairobi

1998

KCSE

Nyambaria Boys’ High School

 
FIELD OF SPECIALIZATION

Management Science- Operations Management, Procurement & Supply Chain Management.

 
PROFESSIONAL AFFILIATIONS

1

Registered Member of the Teachers Service Commission (TSC) Number TSC/483524/Y

2

Association of Kenyan Institute of Management (AKIM) Number: 45264

3

Production and Operations Management Society (POMS)- UK (168638178)

4

Operations Research Society of Eastern Africa (ORSEA)

5

Member of ResearchGATE Scientific Network

 
WORK EXPERIENCE

April 2018 – to date

Senior Lecturer, Department of Accounting, Finance & Management Science, Egerton University

May 2011 – April 2018

Lecturer, Department of Accounting, Finance & Management Science, Egerton University

Sept 2009 – May 2011

Assistant Lecturer, School of Business & Economics, Narok University College

Jan 2009- 2010

Adjunct Lecturer, Kisii University College

Aug 2008 –Dec 2009

Assistant Lecturer, School of Business, Kabarak University.

Jan 2008- Sept 2009

Adjunct Lecturer, St. Paul’s University Limuru.

 
ACADEMIC ADMINISTRATIVE APPOINTMENTS

Dec 2017 to Jan. 2018

Acting COD- Department of Accounting Finance & Management Science, Faculty of Commerce, Egerton University.

October 2017

Chairman SUEU Elections, Nakuru Town Campus College of Egerton University- Conducted student elections successfully

April 2017 to date

Programme Academic Leader-Procurement & Supply Chain Management

July to Nov. 2016

Acting COD- Department of Accounting Finance & Management Science, Faculty of Commerce, Egerton University.

June 2016 to date

Faculty of Commerce representative to Postgraduate School, Egerton University

October 2016

Chairman SUEU Elections, Nakuru Town Campus College of Egerton University- Conducted student elections successfully

June 2016

Team leader Curriculum review Management Science Options, Egerton University.

 
RECENT SELECTED RESEARCH AND PUBLICATIONS (2013 to date)

1

Muraya Brenda Wairimu and Richard B. Nyaoga (2018): The effect of automated information systems on the Kenyan county government’s operations: A case study of Kiambu county government. Accounting. Vol. 4, Iss. 3. pp.101–112.

2

Faith Jerono Kiprop, Richard Bitange Nyaoga, Kirui Kibet Robert (2017). The Relationship between Customer Arrival Practices and Customer Satisfaction in the Huduma Centre in Nakuru County, Kenya. International Journal of Economics, Finance and Management Sciences. Vol. 5, No. 5, pp. 229-234.

3

Hussein Mohamed Abdullai, Richard Bitange Nyaoga. Effect of Automated Teller Machines Usage on Operational Performance of Commercial Banks in Nakuru County, Kenya. International Journal of Economics, Finance and Management Sciences. Vol. 5, No. 3, 2017, pp. 162-167.

4

Richard Bitange Nyaoga, Peterson O. Magutu (2016): Constraints management and value chain performance for sustainable development, Management Science Letters, Vol. 6, Iss 6, 427–442, doi: 10.5267/j.msl.2016.4.002.

5

Peterson Obara Magutu, Isaac Meroka Mbeche, James Muranga Njihia, Richard Bitange Nyaoga (2016): The relationship between supply chain strategies and supply chain performance among Large-scale manufacturing firms: the moderating effect of supply chain technology, EuroMed Journal of Management, EuroMed Journal of Management, Vol.1, No. 2, 123–148.

6

Richard Bitange Nyaoga, Peterson O. Magutu, Mingzheng Wang (2016): Application of Grey-TOPSIS approach to evaluate value chain performance of tea processing chains, Decision Science Letters, Vol. 5, Iss 3, 431–446, doi: 10.5267/j.dsl.2016.1.002.

7

Emily Adhiambo Okonjo, Peterson Obara Magutu, Richard Bitange Nyaoga (2016): Procurement risk management practices and supply chain performance among mobile phone service providers in Kenya, Management Science Letters, Vol. 6, Iss. 2, pp. 141–156, doi: 10.5267/j.msl.2015.12.007.

8

Richard Bitange Nyaoga, Mingzheng Wang, Peterson O. Magutu (2015): Does Capacity Utilization Mediate the Relationship between Operations Constraint Management and Value Chain Performance of Tea Processing Firms? Evidence from Kenya, International Strategic Management Review, Vol. 3, Iss 1-2, 81–95, doi: 10.1016/j.ism.2015.06.001.

9

Peterson O. Magutu, Josiah Aduda, and Richard Bitange Nyaoga, (2015): Does Supply Chain Technology Moderate the Relationship between Supply Chain Strategies and Firm Performance? Evidence from Large-Scale Manufacturing Firms in Kenya, International Strategic Management Review, Vol. 3 Iss 1-2, pp. 43–65, doi: 10.1016/j.ism.2015.07.002.

10

Richard Bitange Nyaoga, Mingzheng Wang, Peterson O. Magutu (2015): The relationship between capacity utilization and value chain performance: Evidence from Kenyan tea processing firms, African Journal of Business Management (AJBM), Vol. 9, Iss 9, 402-411 doi: 10.5897/AJBM2015.7740.

11

Richard Bitange Nyaoga, Peterson O. Magutu, Josiah Aduda (2015): Is there a Link between Supply Chain Strategies and Firm Performance? Evidence from Large-Scale Manufacturing Firms in Kenya. Journal of Operations and Supply Chain Management, Vol. 8 No. 2 pp 01 – 22, doi:10.12660/joscmv8n2p1-22.

12

Richard Bitange Nyaoga, Mingzheng Wang, Peterson O. Magutu (2015): Testing the relationship between constraints management and capacity utilization of tea processing firms: Evidence from Kenya, Future Business Journal, Vol. 1 Iss. 1-2, 35–50, http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.fbj.2015.10.001.

13

Modestus Namodi Atandi, Richard Bitange Nyaoga, Jerotich Sirma, Felix Obegi, Jackline Moriasi, (2015): The Relationship between Teacher Characteristics and Information and Communication Technology (ICT) Integration in Public Secondary Schools in Nakuru Town Sub-County, Kenya, European Journal of Business and Management, Vol. 7 Iss 29, pp 164-181.

14

Benard Onyango Muma, Richard Bitange Nyaoga, Robert Bosire Matwere, Onyango J. Owuor (2014): Green Supply Chain Management and Economic Performance: A Review of Tea Processing Firms in Kericho and Bomet Counties, Kenya, International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR), Vol.3 Iss 11, pp 2462-2466, Paper ID: OCT141487.

15

Benard Onyango Muma, Richard Bitange Nyaoga, Robert Bosire Matwere, Ednah Nyambega, (2014): Green Supply Chain Management and Environmental Performance among Tea Processing Firms in Kericho County- Kenya, International Journal of Economics, Finance and Management Sciences, Vol. 2 Iss 5, pp 270-276 doi: 10.11648/j.ijefm.20140205.11.

16

Ednah Kemunto Nyambega, Richard Bitange Nyaoga, Daniel Ongeri Kerandi (2014): An Evaluation of the Effect of ICT on Job Characteristics in Kenyan Banks: Case of Banks in Nakuru Town, Science Journal of Business and Management, Vol. 2, No. 2, pp. 77-90. doi: 10.11648/j.sjbm.20140202.14

17

Isaac Koimur, Lawrence K. Kangogo, Richard Bitange Nyaoga (2014): Assessment of Commuter Preferences of 14-Seater Public Service Vehicles Versus Alternative Modes of Public Service Transport in Nairobi City, Journal of Business, Economics & Finance, Vol. 3, Iss 1, pp 115-132

18

Duke Nyabate Nyamongo, Anthony Sang, Richard Bitange Nyaoga, Yuniah Kemunto Matoke (2014): Relationship between School Based Factors and Students’ performance in Kenya Certificate of Secondary Examination, in Masaba North District, Kenya, International Journal of Education and Research, Vol. 2 No. 10 pp 129-144.

19

Daniel Ongeri Kerandi, Richard Bitange Nyaoga, Robert Matwere Bosire, Edinah Nyambega (2014): A Survey of Performance Improvement through Benchmarking in Commercial Banks in Kenya: The Managers’ Perception and Experience, International Journal of Business and Economics Research, Vol. 3, No. 1, pp. 6-14. doi: 10.11648/j.ijber.20140301.12.

20

Tarus Kipkorir Erick, Basweti Aboko Kefah, Richard Bitange Nyaoga (2014): The Relationship between Executive Compensation and Financial Performance of Insurance Companies in Kenya, European Journal of Business and Management, Vol.5, No.1, pp 113-122

21

Ndungu Mark Nderitu, Richard Bitange Nyaoga (2013): “An investigation on the effect of quality management Practices on the performance of public primary schools in Nakuru municipality, Kenya” International Journal of Education and Research, Vol. 1 No. 12.

22

Tirimba O. Manani, Richard B. Nyaoga, Robert M. Bosire, Thomas O. Ombati, Tom O. Kongere (2013): “Service Quality and Customer Satisfaction at Kenya Airways Ltd” European Journal of Business and Management, Vol 5, No 22, pp 170- 179

23

Robert B. Matwere, Nyaoga B. Richard, Ombati O. T., Kongere Tom, (2013): “The Impact of Outsourcing on Lead-Time and Customer Service in Supermarkets in Nairobi-Kenya” European Journal of Business and Management, Vol.5, No.8, pp 149- 156

24

Lillian Kemunto Osero, Bichanga Walter Okibo, Richard Bitange Nyaoga (2013): “Effectiveness of Loan Default Management Strategies among Commercial Banks in Kenya: A Survey of Selected Commercial Banks in Nairobi City” International Journal of Management, IT and Engineering (I J M I E), VoI. 3 Iss 11, pp. 326-339.

25

Cheruiyot Rose Chepng'etich, Salome Richu, Josphat Kwasira, Richard B. Nyaoga (2013): “An assessment on the Factors Hindering Effective Implementation of 'Operation Rudi Nyumbani' Initiative” International Journal of Management, IT and Engineering, VoI. 3 Iss 11 pp. 391-404.

26

Nyaoga B. Richard, Mundia M. Caroline, Riungu Irene, (2013): The effect of Benchmarking on Performance in Secondary Schools in Nakuru Municipality, International Journal of Management, IT and Engineering (I J M I E), VoI. 3 Iss 2, pp. 283-295.

 
RESEARCH SUPERVISION TO COMPLETION (MASTERS)

1

Muraya Brenda Wairimu, “The Effect of Automated Information Systems on the Kenya County Government’s Operations: A Case Study of Kiambu County Government.” An MBA Research Project, Egerton University

2

Faith Jerono Kiprop, “Establishing the Relationship between Queue Management Practices and Customer satisfaction at Huduma Centre in Nakuru County.” An MBA Research Project, Egerton University

3

Hussein Mohamed Abdullai, “The Relationship between Selected Self-Service Technology and Operational Performance of Commercial Banks in Nakuru County.” An MBA Research Project, Egerton University

4

Modestus Namodi Atandi, “The relationship between teacher characteristics and Information and Communication Technology (ICT) Integration in public secondary schools in Nakuru Town sub-county” An MBA Research Project, Egerton University

5

Benard Onyango Muma, “Effect of Green Supply Chain Management on Organizational Performance among Tea Processing Firms in Kericho County in Kenya” An MBA Research Project, Egerton University

6

Kerandi Daniel Ongeri “A survey of Performance Improvement through Benchmarking in Financial Institutions in Kenya: the case of commercial banks”. An MBA Research Project, Egerton University

7

Eric Kipkorir Tarus “The relationship between executive compensation and financial performance of insurance companies in Kenya”. An MBA Research Project, Egerton University

8

Ndungu Nderitu Mark “An Investigation of the Effect of Quality Management Practices on Performance in Public Primary Schools in Kenya: A Case Study of Primary Schools in Nakuru Municipality”. An MBA Research Project, Egerton University

9

Nyambega Edinah “An Evaluation of the Effect of ICT on Job Characteristics in Kenyan Banks: Case of Banks in Nakuru Town”. An MBA Research Project, Egerton University

10

Koimur Cheptumo Isaac “A Comparative Analysis of Efficiency of 14-Seater Public Service Vehicles and Alternative Modes of Public Service Transport in Nairobi City”. An MBA Research Project, Egerton University

11

Mundia Caroline Muthoni “The Effect of Benchmarking Practices on Performance of Public Secondary Schools in Nakuru Municipality”. An MBA Research Project, Egerton University

 
SEMINARS & WORKSHOPS PARTICIPATED

Jan 2018

Authors’ workshop on Publishing with Science Direct (Elsevier)- CESAAM, Egerton University

Sept 2017

Multidisciplinary Proposal Development and Project Management (Egerton University)

May 2013

Departmental Curriculum Review Workshop Program (Egerton University)

July 2012

Research funding Proposal writing, Egerton University

May, 2012

Pedagogy and Academic advising workshop, Egerton University.

March 2010

Workshop on enhancement of Pedagogical skills, Narok University College

 
RESEARCH INTERESTS

Quality Management practices, Bench-marking, Procurement & Supply Chain Management, Constraint Management, Knowledge Management and Transport/ Logistics Management.

Accounting , Finance and Management Programmes

Ph.D. in Business and Management (Course Work Option)

    Ph.D. in Business and Management (Research Option)

      Doctor of  Business Management with the following options:•    Accounting•    Finance•    Management Information System•    Operations ManagementMaster of Business Administration with the following options:•    Accounting•    Finance•    Management Information System•    Operations ManagementBachelor of Commerce with the following options:•    Accounting•    Finance •    Management Science•    Procurement ManagementBachelor of Purchasing and Supplies ManagementDiploma in Procurement and Supplies Management

      Dr. Richard Bitange Nyaoga, Ph.D.

       

      Dr. Richard Bitange Nyaoga, Ph.D.
      Senior Lecturer,
      Faculty of Commerce,
      Department of Accounting, Finance and Management Science,
      Egerton University
      P. O. Box 13357, 20100 Nakuru, Kenya
      Mobile: +254 - 721 464 673
      Email: rnyaoga@egerton.ac.ke OR rnyaoga@yahoo.com

       
      EDUCATION
       

      2016

      Ph.D., Management Science & Engineering

      Dalian University of Technology

      2007

      MBA- Operations Management

      University of Nairobi

      2005

      B.Ed.- Mathematics & Economics

      University of Nairobi

      1998

      KCSE

      Nyambaria Boys’ High School

       
      FIELD OF SPECIALIZATION
       

      Management Science- Operations Management, Procurement & Supply Chain Management.

       
      PROFESSIONAL AFFILIATIONS
       

      1

      Registered Member of the Teachers Service Commission (TSC) Number TSC/483524/Y

      2

      Association of Kenyan Institute of Management (AKIM) Number: 45264

      3

      Production and Operations Management Society (POMS)- UK (168638178)

      4

      Operations Research Society of Eastern Africa (ORSEA)

      5

      Member of ResearchGATE Scientific Network

       
      WORK EXPERIENCE
       

      April 2018 – to date

      Senior Lecturer, Department of Accounting, Finance & Management Science, Egerton University

      May 2011 – April 2018

      Lecturer, Department of Accounting, Finance & Management Science, Egerton University

      Sept 2009 – May 2011

      Assistant Lecturer, School of Business & Economics, Narok University College

      Jan 2009- 2010

      Adjunct Lecturer, Kisii University College

      Aug 2008 –Dec 2009

      Assistant Lecturer, School of Business, Kabarak University.

      Jan 2008- Sept 2009

      Adjunct Lecturer, St. Paul’s University Limuru.

       
      ACADEMIC ADMINISTRATIVE APPOINTMENTS
       

      Dec 2017 to Jan. 2018

      Acting COD- Department of Accounting Finance & Management Science, Faculty of Commerce, Egerton University.

      October 2017

      Chairman SUEU Elections, Nakuru Town Campus College of Egerton University- Conducted student elections successfully

      April 2017 to date

      Programme Academic Leader-Procurement & Supply Chain Management

      July to Nov. 2016

      Acting COD- Department of Accounting Finance & Management Science, Faculty of Commerce, Egerton University.

      June 2016 to date

      Faculty of Commerce representative to Postgraduate School, Egerton University

      October 2016

      Chairman SUEU Elections, Nakuru Town Campus College of Egerton University- Conducted student elections successfully

      June 2016

      Team leader Curriculum review Management Science Options, Egerton University.

       
      RECENT SELECTED RESEARCH AND PUBLICATIONS (2013 to date)
       

      1

      Muraya Brenda Wairimu and Richard B. Nyaoga (2018): The effect of automated information systems on the Kenyan county government’s operations: A case study of Kiambu county government. Accounting. Vol. 4, Iss. 3. pp.101–112.

      2

      Faith Jerono Kiprop, Richard Bitange Nyaoga, Kirui Kibet Robert (2017). The Relationship between Customer Arrival Practices and Customer Satisfaction in the Huduma Centre in Nakuru County, Kenya. International Journal of Economics, Finance and Management Sciences. Vol. 5, No. 5, pp. 229-234.

      3

      Hussein Mohamed Abdullai, Richard Bitange Nyaoga. Effect of Automated Teller Machines Usage on Operational Performance of Commercial Banks in Nakuru County, Kenya. International Journal of Economics, Finance and Management Sciences. Vol. 5, No. 3, 2017, pp. 162-167.

      4

      Richard Bitange Nyaoga, Peterson O. Magutu (2016): Constraints management and value chain performance for sustainable development, Management Science Letters, Vol. 6, Iss 6, 427–442, doi: 10.5267/j.msl.2016.4.002.

      5

      Peterson Obara Magutu, Isaac Meroka Mbeche, James Muranga Njihia, Richard Bitange Nyaoga (2016): The relationship between supply chain strategies and supply chain performance among Large-scale manufacturing firms: the moderating effect of supply chain technology, EuroMed Journal of Management, EuroMed Journal of Management, Vol.1, No. 2, 123–148.

      6

      Richard Bitange Nyaoga, Peterson O. Magutu, Mingzheng Wang (2016): Application of Grey-TOPSIS approach to evaluate value chain performance of tea processing chains, Decision Science Letters, Vol. 5, Iss 3, 431–446, doi: 10.5267/j.dsl.2016.1.002.

      7

      Emily Adhiambo Okonjo, Peterson Obara Magutu, Richard Bitange Nyaoga (2016): Procurement risk management practices and supply chain performance among mobile phone service providers in Kenya, Management Science Letters, Vol. 6, Iss. 2, pp. 141–156, doi: 10.5267/j.msl.2015.12.007.

      8

      Richard Bitange Nyaoga, Mingzheng Wang, Peterson O. Magutu (2015): Does Capacity Utilization Mediate the Relationship between Operations Constraint Management and Value Chain Performance of Tea Processing Firms? Evidence from Kenya, International Strategic Management Review, Vol. 3, Iss 1-2, 81–95, doi: 10.1016/j.ism.2015.06.001.

      9

      Peterson O. Magutu, Josiah Aduda, and Richard Bitange Nyaoga, (2015): Does Supply Chain Technology Moderate the Relationship between Supply Chain Strategies and Firm Performance? Evidence from Large-Scale Manufacturing Firms in Kenya, International Strategic Management Review, Vol. 3 Iss 1-2, pp. 43–65, doi: 10.1016/j.ism.2015.07.002.

      10

      Richard Bitange Nyaoga, Mingzheng Wang, Peterson O. Magutu (2015): The relationship between capacity utilization and value chain performance: Evidence from Kenyan tea processing firms, African Journal of Business Management (AJBM), Vol. 9, Iss 9, 402-411 doi: 10.5897/AJBM2015.7740.

      11

      Richard Bitange Nyaoga, Peterson O. Magutu, Josiah Aduda (2015): Is there a Link between Supply Chain Strategies and Firm Performance? Evidence from Large-Scale Manufacturing Firms in Kenya. Journal of Operations and Supply Chain Management, Vol. 8 No. 2 pp 01 – 22, doi:10.12660/joscmv8n2p1-22.

      12

      Richard Bitange Nyaoga, Mingzheng Wang, Peterson O. Magutu (2015): Testing the relationship between constraints management and capacity utilization of tea processing firms: Evidence from Kenya, Future Business Journal, Vol. 1 Iss. 1-2, 35–50,
      http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.fbj.2015.10.001.

      13

      Modestus Namodi Atandi, Richard Bitange Nyaoga, Jerotich Sirma, Felix Obegi, Jackline Moriasi, (2015): The Relationship between Teacher Characteristics and Information and Communication Technology (ICT) Integration in Public Secondary Schools in Nakuru Town Sub-County, Kenya, European Journal of Business and Management, Vol. 7 Iss 29, pp 164-181.

      14

      Benard Onyango Muma, Richard Bitange Nyaoga, Robert Bosire Matwere, Onyango J. Owuor (2014): Green Supply Chain Management and Economic Performance: A Review of Tea Processing Firms in Kericho and Bomet Counties, Kenya, International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR), Vol.3 Iss 11, pp 2462-2466, Paper ID: OCT141487.

      15

      Benard Onyango Muma, Richard Bitange Nyaoga, Robert Bosire Matwere, Ednah Nyambega, (2014): Green Supply Chain Management and Environmental Performance among Tea Processing Firms in Kericho County- Kenya, International Journal of Economics, Finance and Management Sciences, Vol. 2 Iss 5, pp 270-276 doi: 10.11648/j.ijefm.20140205.11.

      16

      Ednah Kemunto Nyambega, Richard Bitange Nyaoga, Daniel Ongeri Kerandi (2014): An Evaluation of the Effect of ICT on Job Characteristics in Kenyan Banks: Case of Banks in Nakuru Town, Science Journal of Business and Management, Vol. 2, No. 2, pp. 77-90. doi: 10.11648/j.sjbm.20140202.14

      17

      Isaac Koimur, Lawrence K. Kangogo, Richard Bitange Nyaoga (2014): Assessment of Commuter Preferences of 14-Seater Public Service Vehicles Versus Alternative Modes of Public Service Transport in Nairobi City, Journal of Business, Economics & Finance, Vol. 3, Iss 1, pp 115-132

      18

      Duke Nyabate Nyamongo, Anthony Sang, Richard Bitange Nyaoga, Yuniah Kemunto Matoke (2014): Relationship between School Based Factors and Students’ performance in Kenya Certificate of Secondary Examination, in Masaba North District, Kenya, International Journal of Education and Research, Vol. 2 No. 10 pp 129-144.

      19

      Daniel Ongeri Kerandi, Richard Bitange Nyaoga, Robert Matwere Bosire, Edinah Nyambega (2014): A Survey of Performance Improvement through Benchmarking in Commercial Banks in Kenya: The Managers’ Perception and Experience, International Journal of Business and Economics Research, Vol. 3, No. 1, pp. 6-14. doi: 10.11648/j.ijber.20140301.12.

      20

      Tarus Kipkorir Erick, Basweti Aboko Kefah, Richard Bitange Nyaoga (2014): The Relationship between Executive Compensation and Financial Performance of Insurance Companies in Kenya, European Journal of Business and Management, Vol.5, No.1, pp 113-122

      21

      Ndungu Mark Nderitu, Richard Bitange Nyaoga (2013): “An investigation on the effect of quality management Practices on the performance of public primary schools in Nakuru municipality, Kenya” International Journal of Education and Research, Vol. 1 No. 12.

      22

      Tirimba O. Manani, Richard B. Nyaoga, Robert M. Bosire, Thomas O. Ombati, Tom O. Kongere (2013): “Service Quality and Customer Satisfaction at Kenya Airways Ltd” European Journal of Business and Management, Vol 5, No 22, pp 170- 179

      23

      Robert B. Matwere, Nyaoga B. Richard, Ombati O. T., Kongere Tom, (2013): “The Impact of Outsourcing on Lead-Time and Customer Service in Supermarkets in Nairobi-Kenya” European Journal of Business and Management, Vol.5, No.8, pp 149- 156

      24

      Lillian Kemunto Osero, Bichanga Walter Okibo, Richard Bitange Nyaoga (2013): “Effectiveness of Loan Default Management Strategies among Commercial Banks in Kenya: A Survey of Selected Commercial Banks in Nairobi City” International Journal of Management, IT and Engineering (I J M I E), VoI. 3 Iss 11, pp. 326-339.

      25

      Cheruiyot Rose Chepng'etich, Salome Richu, Josphat Kwasira, Richard B. Nyaoga (2013): “An assessment on the Factors Hindering Effective Implementation of 'Operation Rudi Nyumbani' Initiative” International Journal of Management, IT and Engineering, VoI. 3 Iss 11 pp. 391-404.

      26

      Nyaoga B. Richard, Mundia M. Caroline, Riungu Irene, (2013): The effect of Benchmarking on Performance in Secondary Schools in Nakuru Municipality, International Journal of Management, IT and Engineering (I J M I E), VoI. 3 Iss 2, pp. 283-295.

       
      RESEARCH SUPERVISION TO COMPLETION (MASTERS)
       

      1

      Muraya Brenda Wairimu, “The Effect of Automated Information Systems on the Kenya County Government’s Operations: A Case Study of Kiambu County Government.” An MBA Research Project, Egerton University

      2

      Faith Jerono Kiprop, “Establishing the Relationship between Queue Management Practices and Customer satisfaction at Huduma Centre in Nakuru County.” An MBA Research Project, Egerton University

      3

      Hussein Mohamed Abdullai, “The Relationship between Selected Self-Service Technology and Operational Performance of Commercial Banks in Nakuru County.” An MBA Research Project, Egerton University

      4

      Modestus Namodi Atandi, “The relationship between teacher characteristics and Information and Communication Technology (ICT) Integration in public secondary schools in Nakuru Town sub-county” An MBA Research Project, Egerton University

      5

      Benard Onyango Muma, “Effect of Green Supply Chain Management on Organizational Performance among Tea Processing Firms in Kericho County in Kenya” An MBA Research Project, Egerton University

      6

      Kerandi Daniel Ongeri “A survey of Performance Improvement through Benchmarking in Financial Institutions in Kenya: the case of commercial banks”. An MBA Research Project, Egerton University

      7

      Eric Kipkorir Tarus “The relationship between executive compensation and financial performance of insurance companies in Kenya”. An MBA Research Project, Egerton University

      8

      Ndungu Nderitu Mark “An Investigation of the Effect of Quality Management Practices on Performance in Public Primary Schools in Kenya: A Case Study of Primary Schools in Nakuru Municipality”. An MBA Research Project, Egerton University

      9

      Nyambega Edinah “An Evaluation of the Effect of ICT on Job Characteristics in Kenyan Banks: Case of Banks in Nakuru Town”. An MBA Research Project, Egerton University

      10

      Koimur Cheptumo Isaac “A Comparative Analysis of Efficiency of 14-Seater Public Service Vehicles and Alternative Modes of Public Service Transport in Nairobi City”. An MBA Research Project, Egerton University

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      Mundia Caroline Muthoni “The Effect of Benchmarking Practices on Performance of Public Secondary Schools in Nakuru Municipality”. An MBA Research Project, Egerton University

       
      SEMINARS & WORKSHOPS PARTICIPATED
       

      Jan 2018

      Authors’ workshop on Publishing with Science Direct (Elsevier)- CESAAM, Egerton University

      Sept 2017

      Multidisciplinary Proposal Development and Project Management (Egerton University)

      May 2013

      Departmental Curriculum Review Workshop Program (Egerton University)

      July 2012

      Research funding Proposal writing, Egerton University

      May, 2012

      Pedagogy and Academic advising workshop, Egerton University.

      March 2010

      Workshop on enhancement of Pedagogical skills, Narok University College

       
      RESEARCH INTERESTS
       

      Quality Management practices, Bench-marking, Procurement & Supply Chain Management, Constraint Management, Knowledge Management and Transport/ Logistics Management.

      ACCOUNTING , FINANCE AND MANAGEMENT

      Welcome to the Department of Accounting, Finance and Management Science of Egerton University. The department, together with the department of Business Administration, forms the faculty of commerce. The Department is charged with the responsibility of teaching, examination and conducting research in Accounting, Finance and Management Science within the Faculty. The aim of the department is to provide students with a quality education that will prepare them for leadership positions within the Accounting, Finance and Management Science professions.  Our curriculum challenges students to seek the highest levels of excellence. Our experienced and dedicated faculty is focused on delivering the best educational experience to our students. Our students leave our programs schooled in the rigors of their area of specialization. They are technologically savvy, excellent communicators, and aware of the current challenges in the world of business today.

      Accounting , Finance and Management

      Welcome to the Department of Accounting, Finance and Management Science of Egerton University. The department, together with the department of Business Administration, forms the faculty of commerce. The Department is charged with the responsibility of teaching, examination and conducting research in Accounting, Finance and Management Science within the Faculty. The aim of the department is to provide students with a quality education that will prepare them for leadership positions within the Accounting, Finance and Management Science professions.  Our curriculum challenges students to seek the highest levels of excellence. Our experienced and dedicated faculty is focused on delivering the best educational experience to our students. Our students leave our programs schooled in the rigors of their area of specialization. They are technologically savvy, excellent communicators, and aware of the current challenges in the world of business today.

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