Mary Mugo

Dr. Mary Mugo is an innovative academic scholar per excellence who has published many scholarly journal articles and books. She has impressive achievements which have been enriched by her diverse experiences in academia, consultancies, private & public institutions and communities. Her extensive experience encompasses Strategic Management, Leadership, Marketing and Human Resource Management. Dr. Mugo has contributed to the growth and success of various organizations both in the private and public sectors where she has worked in top management. She has proven leadership abilities, management skills, strong commitment to integrity, high ethical & professional standards. Her ability to lead and manage teams with integrity to yield the desired outcome has proven to be one of her greatest assets. She has in the past won the employee of the year, teaching staff award in Multimedia University of Kenya where she serves as Senior Lecturer. She was also the Best Final Year Student in Business Administration during her time at the University of Nairobi where she pursued her undergraduate degree.

How President Ruto Can Navigate Demonstrations from a Leaderless, Faceless, and Tribeless Gen Z

Protests led by youthful, politically diverse, and digitally connected populace are a growing challenge for leaders in today’s political environments. The demonstrations of Generation Z, a faceless, leaderless, and tribally dispersed group, present both opportunities and special challenges for President Ruto of Kenya. The aforementioned protests have surfaced in reaction to various grievances and the […]

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Global Tides and Local Shores: Understanding the Village in a Globalized World

A contentious statement by a Kenyan politician recently provoked a national conversation about rural communities’ true importance and promise. Some saw the politician’s use of the term “village” as disparaging. His remarks, which imply that villages are outdated and unimportant in the face of modernity, highlight a crucial point: the often disregarded but essential interdependency

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Strategies for Highly Indebted Nations: Avoiding Over-taxation and Over borrowing

Developing nations that are heavily indebted need to find ways to reduce their debt levels without going overboard in taxing their population or taking on excessive debt. Over-borrowing can result in a debt-dependency cycle when nations take on new debt to pay off their old obligations, leading to unsustainable financial practices and possible economic instability.

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Muguka Farming: Challenges and Strategic Farming to Overcome Bans and Hefty Fees.

Muguka, a kind of khat plant (Catha edulis), is a significant cash crop in Embu, Kenya, especially in Mbeere and nearby areas. The Kenyan Crop Act, which lists muguka among the recognized cash crops, supports this identification.  Muguka, which has become an important source of revenue for many small-scale farmers in the area, is well-known

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The Modern Teacher’s Dilemma: Passion vs. Compensation

The changing face of education has highlighted the intricate relationship that exists between autonomy, compensation, and passion. Finding a careful balance that honors and rewards educators while maintaining the intrinsic drive that has served as the cornerstone of education for generations is crucial as we navigate this shifting environment. The role of teachers has changed

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Navigating Toxic Personalities in Meetings and Other Work and Social Setting.

We have all come across them in our professional interactions: coworkers who are able to disrupt and poison meetings with their toxic presence, undermining otherwise fruitful discussions. However, if you have a thorough understanding of these personalities and know how to deal with them, you can make sure that your meetings stay concentrated, collaborative, and

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Dissecting the New Student Funding Model for Kenyan Universities: Understanding Your Options

The university placement process is over, and you now know your course and institution of placement.Some parents have called me in fear after seeing the figures and some are just about to give up. As a student, you’ve probably seen a glimpse of your university’s fee schedule as you prepare to enter the world of

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In the Little Things Lies the True Character: Small Things You Say and Do And Which Tell Us The Kind Of Person You Are.

It is often said that actions speak louder than words, and our everyday behaviors can reveal a lot about who we are and how we behave. The seemingly insignificant things we say and do on a daily basis can reveal important truths about who we are. These insignificant behaviors can reflect our attitudes, values, and

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The Unwavering Pillars of Democracy: Media’s Critical Role in Upholding Truth and Accountability

Every democratic society is built on the foundation of media institutions. Ensuring openness, responsibility, and the protection of the public interest are all important tasks they perform. Citizens’ knowledge, empowerment, and capacity to actively engage in the democratic process are all products of their tireless efforts. The media acts as a watchdog, demanding accountability from

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The Kenyan Housing 3% Levy: A Case of Poor Timing and Communication or A Burden on Workers’ Shoulders

The Kenyan government recently proposed a housing levy, requiring workers to contribute 3% of their salaries to the building of affordable houses. This proposal has sparked a wave of peaceful protests among Kenyan workers. I must say from the onset that the goal of addressing the housing crisis is admirable and the 3% is not

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