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Dr.  Samuel Muriithi 

Doctor, in Management

Title

Senior Lecturer, School of Business and Economics

Publications

Books & Book Chapters
  • Samuel M. Muriithi (1995). African Crisis: Is There Hope? Lanham: University Press of America.
  • Samuel M. Muriithi (1996). African Development Dilemma: The Big Debate. Lanham: University Press of America.
  • Samuel Muriithi (1998). The Secret Of Passing Exams. Nairobi: FOCCAM. 1998
  • Samuel Muiruri Muriithi and Lynette Louw (2017). The Kenyan banking industry challenges and its sustainability, a book chapter in Managing Knowledge and Innovation for Business Sustainability in Africa by Allam Ahmed. University of Sussex, UK: Palgrave MacMillan
Journal Articles
  • 2018: Samuel M. Muriithi, Lynette Louw, Sarah E. Radloff (2018). The relationship between strategic thinking and leadership effectiveness in Kenyan indigenous banks. South African Journal of Economic and Management Sciences | 21 (1), a1741 DOI: https://doi.org/10.4102/sajems v21i1.174
  • 2018: Lynette Louw, Samuel M. Muriithi, Sarah Radloff (2018). The relationship between transformational leadership and leadership effectiveness in Kenyan indigenous banks. SA Journal of Human Resource Management, 15 ( a935) DOI: https://doi.org/10.4102/sajhrm.v15i0.935
  • 2018: Muriithi, S. (2018). Small and medium enterprises (SMEs), The heart of Chinese Economic development: What can African governments learn? European Journal of Research and Reflection in Management Science. 6(3), 27-40.
  • 2017: Samuel Muiruri Muriithi (2017). The Chinese-African management and cultural relevancy, challenges and the future of Chinese businesses in Africa. European Journal of Research and Reflection in Management Sciences, 5 (2), 1-14
  • 2017: Samuel Muiruri Muriithi (2017). Start-up family businesses: lesson from large successful family businesses. International Journal of Innovative Research and Advanced Studies (IJIRAS), 4 (3), 134-140
  • 2017: Samuel Muiruri Muriithi (2017). African Small and Medium Enterprises (SMES) Contributions, Challenges And Solutions. European Journal of Research and Reflection in Management Sciences , l. 5, (1), 26-48
  • 2017: Samuel Muriithi (2017, February 18th). The Kingdom business influence on culture and transformation of the society. Key Note Speech. Agora Enterprise Incubation Investor Conference.
  • 2017: Samuel Muriithi (2017). Business management training. Netfund Incubation Training Workshop. March 9th, 2018.
  • 2016: Samuel Muiruri Muriithi, Judith Omollo & Muturi Wachira (2016). Strategies Employed In The Cleaning Industry In An Effort To Attain Sustainable Competitive Advantage. International Journal of Economics, Commerce and Management, 4(10), 1037-1051
  • 2016: Samuel Muiruri Muriithi & Muturi Wachira (2016). Founders’ syndrome, challenges and solutions. Researchjournali’s Journal of Entrepreneurship, 4(4), 1-11
  • 2016: Samuel Muiruri Muriithi, Veronicah Waithira & Muturi Wachira (2016). Family Business Founders’ Influence On Future Survival Of Family Businesses. International Journal of Economics, Commerce and Management. Vol. IV, Issue 1, January 2016.
  • 2015: S. M. & L. Louw, S.E. Radloff. (2015). The relationship between strategic thinking and leadership effectiveness among Kenyan indigenous banks. The 4th International Conference on HRM and the Management of Organizations in Africa 26 – 28 August, 2015. Nottingham University-Daystar University, Nairobi.
  • 2015: S. M. & L. Louw, S.E. Radloff. (2015). The Relationship Between Emotional Intelligence And Leadership Effectiveness Among Kenyan Indigenous Banks. Proceedings 27th Annual SAIMS Conference 2015. August 30th –September 03, 2015, pp. 1753-1784
  • 2014: Joyce W. Nderitu1, David Minja, Samuel Muriithi (2014). An investigation of Challenges facing Christian universities in Kenya: A case study of Pan Africa Christian University, Nairobi, Kenya. International Journal of Management Sciences, 4 (3), 129-143
  • 2009: Michael Bowen, Makarius Morara, Samuel Mureithi (2009). Management of business challenges among small and micro enterprises in Nairobi-Kenya. KCA Journal Of Business Management, 1 (2), 16-31