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Stakeholder involvement in the management of public technical training institutions in Kenya

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dc.contributor.advisor Booyse, J.J. (Prof.) Onduru, James Otieno 2012-08-21T05:57:52Z 2012-08-21T05:57:52Z 2012-06
dc.description.abstract The phenomena of stakeholder identification and involvement in the affairs of public entities has become of great importance in the recent years. Literature review reveals the extent of knowledge and discloses gaps that exist in the management of technical training institutions in Kenya. Therefore, key research questions aimed at achieving the objectives of this study were formulated. For empirical responses, a sample comprising three institutions was chosen, where respondents were selected purposively. Focus group and individual interviews were conducted for qualitative data collection from purposively selected respondents. The data analysis led to the conclusion that stakeholders are varied and their involvement in specific issues minimal. This implies lack of clarity of knowledge of the stakeholders and variation regarding the extent to which they need involvement and the effects. One recommendation is to carry out an analysis to establish legitimate stakeholders and their specific potential influences. en
dc.language.iso en en
dc.subject Administration en
dc.subject Leadership en
dc.subject Stakeholder involvement en
dc.subject Training institution en
dc.subject Education and training en
dc.subject Higher educational institutions en
dc.title Stakeholder involvement in the management of public technical training institutions in Kenya en
dc.type Thesis en
dc.description.department Educational Studies en

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