DR ELIJAH O. ACHOCH
Dr Elijah O. Achoch is a seasoned Senior Executive with experiential and practical experience in Organizational Transformation. He has strengths in areas of Public Service Transformation, Business Process Re-engineering, Policy Formulation Analysis and Implementation, Strategic Leadership, Knowledge Management, Organizational Planning, Performance Management, and Improvement. He holds a Doctorate (PhD) degree in Human Resource Management from Jomo Kenyatta University of Agriculture and Technology (JKUAT), a Master of Science (Msc) degree from the University of Manchester, United Kingdom in Human Resource Management and Development and a Bachelor of Arts (B.A.Hons) degree from University of Nairobi (UON). Professionally, Dr.Achoch is a Certified Ethics Officer (CEO 131)- from the Ethics Institute of South Africa, a Certified Public Secretary (CPS(k)) from the Institute of Certified Public Secretaries (ICPS). He is a member of the Institute of Human Resource Management Kenya (MIPM (K), Member, Kenya Institute of Management (MKIM) and aChief Examiner in Human Resource Management – Kenya National Examination Council (KNEC). He was also a Chief Examiner in Proficiency and Administrative Officers Examination, Public Service Commission of Kenya (PSC-K). Email: [email protected]
The Enigma of Effective HR Procurement
Companies may have to spend minimal or large amounts of money on implementing staffing models depending on nature and size of their business.
Making the Future Public Service Bold and Proactive
Successful coping with rapid change will require most Public Service staff to adopt a new stance towards the future.
The Architectural Make-Up of Organisations
Many organizational structures have become faller as a measure of remaining competitive while some structures have grown complex.
Dynamics of People and Their Effect on Organizational Behaviour
People make up the internal social system of an organization. The system consists of individuals and groups.
Secrets of Strategic Decision Making
Decision-making refers to making choices among alternative courses of action — which may also include inaction.
Power and Politics Not Too Dirty Stuff For Managers
Individuals who are highly motivated to secure and use power find a familiar and hospitable environment in business.