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Evolution and Theories of Entrepreneurship : A Critical Review on t he Kenyan Perspective
(Asian Society of Business and Commerce Research, 2012-07)
This paper attempts to give a critical review of various theories of entrepreneurship and also shows how the theories can be applied in the developing countries with emphasis on East Africa but focus ing Kenya’s ...
Entrepreneurship Development, Culture and Practice: A Theoretical Analysis of Literature
This paper gives a theoretical analysis of literature with a view to providing more insight on entrepreneurship theories, Entrepreneurship culture and Entrepreneurship development in the developing countries with ...
Labor Turnover in the Sugar Industry in Kenya
(International Institute of Science and Technology (IISTE), 2012)
This study was an exploratory study that aimed at establishing the reasons why workers leave Kenya’s sugar industry. The study further sought to establish the human resource practices in the sugar industry, assessed the ...
Performance of Women in Small Scale Enterprises (SSEs) : Marital Status and Family Characteristics
(European Journal of Business and Management, 2012)
This study discusses the family characteristics and marital status of women entrepreneurs and suggests policy options to improve performance of women operated SSE S in Kenya. It also examines the family responsibilities ...
An Empirical Analysis of Entrepreneurship Scorecard and Performance of Small Scale Women Entrepreneurs in Urban - Kenya
(Center for Promoting I deas, USA, 2014-03)
This study addresses women enterprise characteristics hypothesized to influence performance of Small Scale Enterprises (SSEs) owned and /or managed by women. The study sought to establish if Entrepreneurship scorecard ...
An Empirical Study of Challenges Affecting Implementation of Talent Management in the Public Sector in Kenya: A Case of Kenya Broadcasting Corporation
(Center for Promoting Ideas,, 2014)
In todays rapidly, dynamic, moving uncertain and highly competitive global market, firms worldwide are facing major decisions and challenges in global talent management. The study sought to explore the challenges affecting ...