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]
Strategic Tools Giving Organisations Edge Over Rivals
A performance management system overcomes the drawbacks of the traditional performance appraisal system by maintaining a futuristic approach.
Improving Public Sector Productivity
There are areas where government will want to ensure the quality and strength of outputs, such as education, health, and national defense.
How to Optimize Knowledge Management in Organisations
For organizations to sustain competiveness in the market, they should not only embrace, but also recognize, knowledge as a core asset.
Can Human Capital Export Solve Unemployment Crisis?
Brain-drain is harmful for any country. Its effect on the economy and social area of a country are devastating.
It’s Possible to Turn Our Youth into Effective Leaders
Governments should invest in projects that create jobs or enable youth to start businesses to give them an active role in the economy.
Arrest of a Governor Gives Birth to a New Police Model
Public outcry against the police has been driven by alleged ills in the police force whose nefarious reputation has eroded public trust.