Dr. Joshua Rumo Ndiege

Assistant Professor and Program director in Nairobi, Kenya

Dr. Joshua Rumo Ndiege

Assistant Professor and Program director in Nairobi, Kenya

Over 10 years of university teaching experience including 4 years in administration. Currently, Asst. Professor of IS and Program Director, School of Science and Technology at United States International University - Africa

Educational background:

PhD in Information Systems
Master of Information Systems
Master of e-Commerce
Bachelor of Commerce
Certificate in Research Writing
International Computer Driving Licence (ICDL)
Cert. in Computerized Accounts
Cert. in Web Dev. & Mgt.

Professional Associations:

Fellow - The Computer Society of Kenya

Reviewer:

African Journal of Information Systems

Jounal Publications:

Ndiege, J R, Herselman, M E & Flowerday, S V (2014), Absorptive Capacity and ICT Adoption Strategies for SMEs: A Case Study in Kenya, The African Journal of Information Systems Vol. 6:Iss.4,Article 2

Ndiege, J R, Herselman, M E & Flowerday, S V, (2012), Absorptive capacity: Relevancy for large and small enterprises, South African Journal of Information Management 14(1), 1-9.

Ndiege, J R, Herselman, M E & Flowerday, S V (2012). Information and communication technologies within small and medium enterprises in developing economies. African Journal of Business Management, 6(10), 3576-3582

Ndiege, J R, Wayi, N & Herselman, M E (2012). Quality assessment of information systems in SMEs: A study of Eldoret town, Kenya. Electronic Journal of Information Systems in Developing Countries, 51(2), 1-23.

Recent Kenyan based National Newspapers publications :

Ndiege, J (2015, Dec. 21) Building university-industry partnerships. Daily Nation, pp. 13

Ndiege, J (2015, Aug. 7) Make cyber space safe for all internet users. Daily Nation, pp. 13

Ndiege, J (2014, Feb. 24) Free open source software lowers cost of ICT investment. The Standard, pp. 15

Ndiege, J (2014, Feb. 24) Shop for right talent to use free software. Business Daily, pp. 14

Ndiege, J (2013, Sep. 1) Tech-savvy students leave their teachers behind. Sunday Nation, pp. 14

Ndiege, J (2013, Aug. 28) Use technology to turn around small businesses. Business Daily, pp.15

  • Work
    • USIU - A
  • Education
    • University of Fort Hare