School of Business and Management Studies wishes to congratulate three new PHD graduands from the School of Business and Management Studies. The three are Dr Grace Akinyi (Department of Accounting and Finance), Dr Judith Wasike (Department of Management Science and Technology) and Dr David Kahando (Department of Business Administration and Entreprenuership). The three were awarded the PHD Degrees on the 7th Graduation ceremony held in December 2019.
Ms. Mercy Ong'onge a Staff in School of Business and Management Studies,Department of Accounting and Finance has been appointed under the Accountants Act to serve as a member of Registration and Quality Assurance Committee for a period of 3 years as shown in the Kenya Gazette notice. Congratulations to Ms.Mercy Ong'onge.
School of Business Community Service
School of Business and Management Studies led by its Director Dr Micheni and school representatives visited St. George’s Girls’ Secondary School for community service and a word of encouragement.
Metrics and Models for Evaluating the Quality and Effectiveness of ERP software
By Geoffrey Muchiri Muketha , Elyjoy Muthoni Micheni.
Enterprise resource planning (ERP) is a class of integrated software that uses software technologies to implement real-time management of business processes in an organization. ERPs normally cut across organizations, making them large and complex. Software researchers have for many years established that complexity affects software quality negatively and must therefore be controlled with novel metrics and models of evaluation that can determine when the software is at acceptable levels of quality and when not.
KISM training of School of Business procurement students by KISM'S Marketing official Mr. Sebastian Mwalili. He trained the students on Kenya Institute of Supplies Management Membership, Training and Examinations CPSP-K & APS-K Exams. Other particants of the training include the Director, School of Business-TUK Dr. Micheni, the PROCSA Patron madam Petwa, PROCSA Chairman Mr. Christopher and the Department of Management Science lecturers Dr Wasike, Mr Karungani, Mr Vincent, Mr Sang and Ms Masindet.