Work Life Balance Among Women and Huaman Capacity Building for SMEs

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This book reveals how women struggle to cope with career and domestic responsibilities (including the role as a wife, mother, daughter, managing home activities, serving the society, taking a risk by starting and running a business). Women are also expected to take care of their parents, other dependent relatives in the African setting and how to improve work-life balance among career women. The importance of Small Business to an economy and the impacts of the Human Capacity Building on Small and Medium Enterprises. SMEs growth, constraint, Strategies to improve capacity building and the role of Government in building Human capacity among SMEs in developing countries.


Olufemi Aladejebi


Dr. Olufemi Aladejebi is the Managing Consultant of The Great Business Clinic Ltd (TGBCL). He has published some articles in International Journals on SMEs and Entrepreneurship. Dr. Aladejebi has consulted for over 150 Small and Medium Enterprises in Nigeria. Olufemi and his wife, Abiola along with their two boys currently live in Lagos, Nigeria.

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LAP LAMBERT Academic Publishing


work-life balance, Entrepreneurship, women entrepreneurship, Capacity Building and SMEs

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BUSINESS & ECONOMICS / Production & Operations Management