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JKUAT Nakuru-CBD Campus: Managing Growth in the Kenyan Public Sector Case Solution & Answer

The director of a subsidiary of a national university campus faces many problems: it is overworked, both personally and director of the new school and as a speaker, there are many part-time teachers, compared to full-time teachers on staff, leading to a loss of morale and commitment, the decision must be made on the purchase or lease of a newly renovated building in which the campus is located, and, most important all their decisions are subject to administrative approval Central University, which manages the funds allocated by the government and the high tuition fees. Without self-control of the bank account of the campus, the principal is unable? PART initiatives he believes will enable the school to develop sustainably. The problems that arise as a direct consequence of this arrangement offers an interesting perspective on the difficulties of running a small subsidiary of a public entity.
by
Nicole R. D. Haggerty
Wagoki Juma,
Pamela Odhiambo,
Eric Richmond,
Marc Sovereign
Adam Levine
Source: Ivey Publishing
14 pages.
Date Posted: February 12, 2013. Prod #: W13024-PDF-ENG
JKUAT Nakuru Campus-CBD: Managing growth in the solution for the public sector in Kenya

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