Organizational dynamics: a journey of discovery
This thesis, informed by my learning in the Organizational Dynamics program, outlines a proposal for starting a management consulting firm focused on helping African entrepreneurs. I describe four courses that were instrumental in helping me realize where my academic and entrepreneurial strengths and interests lay and which also contributed to my vision to start a management consulting firm focused on African entrepreneurship. I provide a brief historical perspective of Sub-Saharan African economies which indicates that they are indeed growing and attracting foreign direct investment as well as generating local entrepreneurial activity. I argue that it makes economic and business sense to start a consulting firm that focuses on helping Africa entrepreneurs become better business managers especially in the field of human capital management. I conclude by presenting data that support this view as well as a proposal of the management consulting initiative.
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Master of Science in Organizational Dynamics Theses
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