Strathmore Business School epitomizes the statement, “The quality of a business School is determined by the quality of its graduates.” This is manifested through the transformation of its graduates at both personal and professional levels.
Bearing statement to this; Turkana Governor and Strathmore Business School’s MBA Alumnus, Josephat Koli Nanok, was recently appointed as the Chairman of the Council of Governors.
In an interview, Governor Nanok acknowledged Strathmore Business School’s emphasis to the nurturing of a holistic leader as one of the features that has hastened his profession’s growth. “The MBA program at Strathmore Business School has been of great value to both my personal and career development, especially in Public Affairs Management. My motivation to join the MBA program was largely driven by the need to inculcate business principles into my leadership, particularly in managing sustainable long term investment programs.”
Governor Nanok also expressed his gratitude to the flexible Modular MBA program delivery, as one that encouraged him and many other professionals working across various regions of the country access quality post graduate studies.
Strathmore Business School’s Modular MBA meets the required flexibility for business practitioners and mangers working in today’s complex and competitive environment. This enables them to “learn as they earn” while at the same time enjoying classroom experience through short teaching blocks well spread over the year. Classes are run on two-week full-time modules every three months.
The Council of Governors is soon set to open doors to a new team in August. His appointment coming in shortly before the transition, Governor Nanok is optimistic that the change shall be seamless and spot-on in carrying out the devolution agenda as expected. “My appointment comes at a time when the Governor’s Council is at a transition. I am confident in my leadership skills in steering the transition to better service delivery in our respective counties.”
Governor Nanok takes over from his Meru counterpart Peter Munya. Click here to read about the MBA Modular Program.