John Githongo (47), Kenya’s former anti-corruption Tsar sneaked out of the country in 2005 and went into exile in the UK. To a handful others it was good riddance and they hoped he would never come back. Many Kenyans were disillusioned and thought the anti-corruption war was over and lost.
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Vimal Shah is the 2012 Forbes Entrepreneur of the year, If he were to live his life again, he says he would do things alot faster.
“Worlds apart” is the best short phrase that differentiates Vimal Shah the employee, from Vimal the entrepreneur.
Maggie Ireri is the newest face of opinion polls in Kenya. Being an election year, she knows that every time she releases the quarterly poll, she will make headlines in nine of 10 times. She started releasing polls after American consultant Dr Tom Wolf took a sabbatical.
Richard Etemesi, Chief Executive Officer Standard Chartered and the Current Chairman of the Kenya Bankers Association
There is an enigma about banks in Kenya. Various perceptions about banks have to do with high interest rates, high account charges, huge profits they make, and stringent lending rules. Recently, banks have been on the spotlight for the alleged role they played in causing inflation in the country in 2011, CAROLE KIMUTAI sought answers from Richard Etemesi, Chief Executive Officer Standard Chartered and the current Chairman of the Kenya Bankers Association.
Talent management features prominently on the agenda of most CEOs around the world. Once only of concern to HR, it is now among CEOs’ most pressing responsibilities. Strong talent management leads to greater workforce productivity and other benefits and companies are increasingly realising that they cannot be successful unless they have a good strategy for developing talent.