Wanyama Kadian Wanyonyi

Dr. Wanyama Kadian Wanyonyi

Name: Dr. Wanyama Kadian Wanyonyi

Contact details:

E-mail: kwanyonyi@kibu.ac.ke

Website: kibu.ac.ke

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Academic Qualification

Institution [ Date from – to ]Degree(s) or Diploma(s) obtained:
Kabarak University, Kenya, 2010-2013PhD in Business Administration (Human Resource Management Option)
Masinde Muliro University of Science and Technology,Kenya, 2007- 2010The Master of Science in Human Resource Management
Egerton University, Njoro-Kenya, 1997- 2002Degree in Education Science

Field of Specialization

  • Human Resource Management
  • Research methodology and general management

Membership of Professional Bodies

  • Institute of Human Resource Management (IHRM)

Work Experience

Date from toInstitution, Location (City, Country)Person Responsible ToPositionResponsibilities/Duties
2014-2019Kibabii University,Bungoma County, KenyaDeputy Vice Chancellor (Academic & Student Affairs)Dean, School of Business and Economics
  • Academic and Administrative head of the School
  • Manage academic programmes
  • Promote and Maintain conducive environment
  • Convene and chair School board meetings
  • Implement mission and objectives of the school

Professional Research Interest

  • Answer to calls with intention of attracting funds
  • Develop linkages and corroborations with institutions of common interests

Research Experience and Funds Attracted

YearPosition in ProjectResponsibilities/DutiesResearch/Project TitleAmount (₤, €, $, KES)
2019Research Member
    1. Determine the effects of capacities of Health Service Providers on health service delivery in public health facilities in Kanduyi
    2. Examine the effect of product characteristics segmentation on health service delivery in public health
      facilities in Kanduyi, Kenya
    3. Evaluate the effect of customer characteristics segmentation on health service delivery in public health facilities in Kanduyi, Kenya
    4. Determine the effect of health service policies, operational frameworks and tools on health service delivery in public health facilities in Kanduyi
Improving Health Service Delivery Through Sustainable Health Supply Chain Management Among Public Health Facilities In Kanduyi Sub-County, KenyaKES. 300,000.00 Awaiting feedback
2018Research Member
    1. The project aims to contribute to a better understanding of the blockchain technology (BCT) and its implications for agri-food, especially how it can impact specific aspects of supply chains and what is needed to apply BCT in Bamboo agri-food chains;
    2. To conceptualize and develop a proof of concept in an application based on a use case concerning bamboo in Kenya where BCT could be applied;
    3. To explore issues regarding the relevance, applicability and implications of BCT for the agri-food sector;
    4. To facilitate and encourage the growth of the ecosystem of block chain-minded parties in agri-food
      chains(bamboo)
    5. To support and stimulate blockchain as part of the digitalization strategy to improve transparency, efficiency, competitiveness and sustainability of the agri-food sector;
    6. Country or countries where activities will take place:- Kenya
    7. Sustainable Development Goal(s) that the partnership addresses:- SDG 2 (agriculture and food), SGD 17 (partnerships for the Goals) and SGD
    8. Industry, Innovation and Infrastructure
Partnering for Green Growth and Global Goals 2030 (P4G)$157,200.00 Awaiting feedback
2018Research Member
    1. Determine situation of youth employment/unemployment in the East African Community
    2. Establish the challenges to youth employment and participation in business and trade in the East African Community
    3. Determine the efforts undertaken to address youth unemployment in the East African Community
Fostering Inclusive Growth and youth employability in East Africa Communi ty Economies$300,000.00 Awaiting feedback
2017Research Member
    1. Determine the impact of governance structures on voluntary disclosure and public accountability among public universities in Kenya
    2. Examine the changes in public accountability arising from the voluntary disclosure and the changes in
      governance structures among public universities in Kenya
Governance Structures, Voluntary Disclosures and Public Accountability: The Case of Kenyan Public Universities$30,000.00 Awaiting feedback

Consultancy

YearPosition in Consultancy TeamResponsibilities/DutiesConsultancy/Project TitleAmount (₤, €, $, KES)
2016Lead ConsultantDevelopment of Health Policy and Health Service BillBungoma County Health Policy and County Health Service BillKES. 650,000

Selected Publications 2015-2018: Books and Book Chapters

  • Impact of Human Resource Management on Academic Performance: Schools in Bungoma County. (2015). ISBN: 978 -3-659-62191-8. Author: Wanyama, K. W., Nassiuma, Dankit., & Zakayo, C.
  • Determinants of Implementation of Financial Management Systems in Kenyan Public Universities. (2015). Author: Makokha, A. N., Wanyama, K. W., and Okumu, M. U.

Selected Publications 2015-2018: Scientific Articles Published in Refereed Journals

  1. Jeremiah Wanyama Muchembi and Kadian Wanyonyi Wanyama. (2018). An Assessment of Procurement Planni ng on the Efficiency of Procurement Function in Bungoma County. The International Journal of Business & Management Volume 6 Issue 3: March, 2018. ISSN 2321–8916
  2. Kadian Wanyonyi Wanyama, Isaac Mabale Indiatsi, Nabiswa Patrick Koyi, Sarah Awinja Osundwa & Jo sephine N. Ojiambo. (2018). Effect of Family Learning Environment on the Management of Students’ Discipline in Public Secondary Schools in Kenya. The International Journal of Business & Management Volume 6 Issue 3: March, 2018. ISSN 2321 –8916
  3. Muchembi, J. W., Wanyama, K. W., Kibet, Y., & Musiega, D. (2017). An Assessment of Factors Affecting Efficiency of Procurement Function in County Government of Bungoma, Kenya. Journal of Economics, Management and Trade. Asian Research Journal of Business Management. International Journal of Innovative Science and Research Technology Volume 2, Issue 12; December, 2017 ISSN No:-2456 –2165
  4. Momos, L. J., & Wanyama, K. W. (2017). Strategic Alignment and Quality Service of Commercial Banks in Kakamega Central Sub-County, Kenya. International Journal of Research in Management & Social Science Volume 5, Issue 4 (III): December, 2017. ISSN 2322 – 0899
  5. Wanyama, K. W., & Kiplagat, E. C. (2017). Strategic Positioning and Profitability of Savings and Credit Co -Operative Societies in Western Kenya. IOSR Journal of Business and Management (IOSR-JBM). e-ISSN: 2278-487X, p-ISSN: 2319-7668. Volume 19, Issue 9. Ver. I (September 2017)
  6. Wanyama, K. W., Kibera, F. K., & Otiso, K. N. (2017). Effect of Corporate Social Responsibility on Performanc e of Commercial Banks in Busia County, Kenya. International Journal for Management Science and Technology (IJMST). Volume 5; Issue 4. ISSN: 2320-8848(O.)/2321-0362(P.)
  7. Wanyama, E. W., Chembukha, S. N., Otiso, K. N. & Wanyama, K.W. (2016). Effect of Strategi c Management Posture on the Performance of Commercial Banks in Nairobi, Kenya. International Journal for Management Science and Technology (IJMST). Vol. 4; Issue 9; Manuscript 1. ISSN: 2320-8848 (Online), ISSN: 2321-0362 (Print)
  8. Maloba, E.M., Yatundu, F. A., Wanyama, K. W., Mutsotso, S. N. (2016). Analysis of Performance Appraisal Systems on Employee Job Productivity in Public Universities. International Journal of Business and Management Invention ISSN (Online): 2319 – 8028, ISSN (Print): 2319 – 801X. www.ijbmi.org || Volume 5 Issue 9 || September. 2016 || PP—01-06

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