Project management is to projects what blood is to the body, or what water is to life. From initiation to planning, implementation, monitoring and evaluation, and even close-out; project management skills and prudent application of these skills to projects is what determines project success. The sad story of numerous stalled projects around the continent of Africa and beyond largely resonates with that of lack of skilled manpower to manage projects. This book analyses some of the critical factors that lead to project stalling. An understanding of the factors that impede projects from achieving their objectives is just the beginning of journey to find appropriate solutions. This book represents a step on this journey.
Dr Muronga Kadurenge Benard was born in Hamisi in Vihiga County, Kenya. He is a Senior Lecturer at the University of Kigali, Rwanda. He holds PhD and Master's Degrees in Project Management from the University of Nairobi. He also holds an MA Degree in Swahili Linguistics from Moi University (Kenya) and a B/Ed Degree from Egerton University (Kenya).
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Stakeholder-Participation, Rural Market Stalls Projects, Vihiga County, Kenya
BUSINESS & ECONOMICS / Management