HISTORY OF THE FACULTY OF MANAGEMENT

The Faculty of Management was set up in Academic year 1999-2000 and is responsible for the development of Basic Management programmes and courses. It currently has two Departments namely Department of Leadership & Governance and Department of Human Resource Management and it is headed by Dr. Annet.K.Nabatanzi Muyimba.

The Faculty has had four (4) Deans since its inception who include;

1. Dr.  Annet K. Nabatanzi Muyimba -  January, 2013 to date 

2. Dr.  Muhammed Ngoma                   -  December 2011 to December 2012

3. Mr.  Freddie Semukono                    -  August 2004 to November 2011

4. Ms. Lorraine Hazley                            -  2001 to July 2004                                 

 Faculty Vision:

 ‘’To be the benchmark for Business Management Education, Research and Training in the region focusing on Human Resource Management, Leadership & Governance’’

 Faculty Mission:

 To enable the future of our clients through creation and provision of knowledge in Human Resource Management, Leadership & Governance.

 

 

 

FACULTY GOALS:

1.                 To provide knowledge and facilitate learning.

Strategic Objectives

i) To start two new degree programs in every three years.

ii)  To increase number of students in the Faculty by 25% within the next 5 years.

 2.                  To conduct research, promote Scholarship and Publicize knowledge

Strategic Objectives:

i)        To receive at least 10 proposals in the Faculty per year.

ii)       To aim at completing up to 6 researches in the Faculty every year.

 iii)     To hold at least four seminar per year.

 3.              To attract, develop and retain staff

 Strategic Objectives:

 i)                    To recruit six new Academic staff per year.

 ii)                   To increase number of staff on PhD program to 8 persons.

 iii)                 Continually train and develop staff.

 iv)                Improve staff welfare.

 4.          To provide an enabling atmosphere for students to learn.

 Strategic Objectives:

 i)                 To ensure 100% availability of staff for lectures.

 ii)                To ensure availability of adequate and relevant study materials.

 iii)              To ensure customer oriented Administrative staff in the Faculty and its Departments.

 SHORT TERM OBJECTIVES:

 1.      To recruit 4 new qualified academic staff this year.

 2.      To acquire new and relevant study materials.

 3.      To acquire two Faculty Research Seminars this year for presentation of finished works.

   STRATEGIES:

 1.      Develop more staff on PhD programme.

 2.      Encourage research and publications through Research Committee.

 3.      Strengthen and enhance the Visiting- professor program

 4.      Identify and recommend text books/journals and reference materials for the students in the library.

 5.      Attract and develop highly qualified staff.

 6.      Develop market responsive programmes.

 CORE VALUES:

 1.      A time conscious Faculty.

 2.      An information responsive Faculty( both ICT and customer care)

 3.      A professionally responsive and ethical Faculty.

 4.      A Faculty that promotes creativity and innovation.

 5.      A team driven Faculty.

 Linkages with other Institutions.

 1.      Ministry of Local Government of Uganda

 2.      Nelson Mandela School of Public Policy and Urban Affairs Southern University Carolina. (USA).

 3.      Ahamadou Bello University, Zaria Nigeria.

 4.      Federation of Uganda Employers. ( FUE)

 5.      Human Resource Managers Association of Uganda.

 6.      Institute of Organizational Psychology- Makerere University Kampala.

 The Faculty of Management started with five (5) Departments which included;                                                                                               

 1.      Department of Management                                                                    

 2.      Department of Marketing, Logistics and Procurement.

 3.      Department of Leisure & Hospitality

 4.      Department of Business Computing

 5.      Department of Business Administration                                                                           

 In Academic Year 2006/2007 the Faculty was spirit to form two other Faculties; The Faculty of Marketing & Hospitality Management where as the Department of Business computing went to the Faculty of Business Computing and Management science.

 It  was re-organized and new Departments were formed, these included;

 1.      The Department of Human Resource Management.

 2.      Department of Leadership & Governance.

 3.      Department of Entrepreneurship.

 4.      Department of Business Administration.

 In Academic Year 2009/2010, The Faculty of Management was further spilt to give birth to the Faculty of Entrepreneurship and Business Administration. (FEBA).

 Currently the Faculty of Management has two Departments and over nine Hundred (900) students as detailed below.

 

Departments                                                                                

Heads of Departments

 

1.      Department of Human Resource Management                         

 

Ms. Jolly K. Byarugaba.

 

2.      Department of Leadership & Governance.                                  

 

Dr. Isaac Kayongo.

 The Faculty has three Masters Programmes, two undergraduate programmes and three Diploma programmes which included Masters of Science in Leadership & Governance, Masters of Business Psychology and Masters of Human Resource Management, Bachelor of Human Resource Management and Bachelor of Leadership & Governance, Ordinary Diploma in Human Resource Management, Diploma in Local Governance Administration and Diploma in Local Governance Financing.

 The Faculty is comprised of the following staffs;

 No.

 

Name

Designation

1

Dr. Annet K. Nabatanzi Muyimba

Dean

2

Mr. Barnabas Igumba

Administrator

3

Ms. Catherine Asiimwe

Assistant Director

4

Mr. David Basalidde

Administrator

5

Ms. Elizabeth Kisira Musekwa

Supervisor

6

Ms. Sarah Mboneko Kyokuhaire

Supervisor

 1.      DEPARTMENT OF HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT                            

 Department Mission Statement:

 To enable the future of our clients through creation and provision of quality Human Resource Management.

 The Department of Human Resource Management has now two Master programmes; Masters in Human Resource Management and Masters in Business Psychology and also a Post Graduate Diploma in Human Resource Management which are offered together with Graduate and Research Centre.

 Undergraduate Programme: Bachelor’s Degree programme (Bachelors of Human Resource Management)

 Ordinary Diploma in Human Resource Management is offered together with the Faculty of Vocational and Distance Education.

 Brief Description of the Bachelor’s Degree in Human Resource Management:

 Human Resource Management is a strategic and coherent approach to the management of an organization’s most valued assets, the people working in organizations, individually and collectively to contribute to the achievement of organizational goals.  Application of competencies in Human Resource Management is essential for survival of any organizations. 

The Bachelor of Human Resources Management enables learners to acquire competencies in attracting and selecting the best employees at the right time in the right place, motivating, and monitoring their performance for effective competitiveness to the organization.

 Programme Objectives:

The major objective of the program is to produce high quality professionals in Human Resource Management, with analytical competencies in using HR interventions to solve organizational problems.

The programme offers graduates a wide range of career employment opportunities as Managers and Human Resource Specialists in central Government, Local Government, Non-Government Organization, Public and Private Institutions.

 Course Units that originate from the Department:

 *      Principles of Human Resource Management.

 *      Human Resource Planning.

 *      Industrial Psychology.

 *      Salary & Employee Compensation.

 *      Human Resource Training & Development.

 *      Human Behavior at Work.

 *      Industrial Relations.

 *      Career Planning and Management.

 *      Performance Management.

 *      Human Resource management Policies.

 *      Office and Records Management.

 *      Business Psychology.

 *      Leadership and Interpersonal Skills.

STAFF IN THE DEPARMENT:

 

NAMES

DESIGNATION

QUALIFICATIONS

AREA OF EXPERIENCE

 

 

 

 

 

1.

Prof. Munene John

Professor

Professor

Organizational Behavior, Organizational Development

2.

Ms. Jolly Kabagabe Byarugaba          

Head/Senior Lecturer

MHRM,MPAM,

Principles of Human Resource Management, Business Communication Skills, Human Resource Training & Development, Leadership & Interpersonal Skills.

3.

Dr. Jannati Kyogabiirwe Bagorogoza

Senior Lecturer

PhD

Organizational Development, Psychology. Performance Management, Human Resource Planning and Business Communication Skills

4.

Dr. Mafabi Sam

Senior Lecturer

PhD

Organizational Development, Psychology, Performance Management, Human Resource Planning and forecasting management

5.

Mr. Akisoferi Wesonga

Lecturer

BBA, PgDHRD, MBA

Principles of Human Resource Management, Human Resource Management, Human Resource Planning.

6.

Ms. Mulira Fiona

 Lecturer

BBA, M.Pil, MBA(hr)

Principles of Human Resource Management, Industrial Relations, Salary & Employee Compensation.

7.

Dr. Kasekende Francis

 Senior Lecturer

PhD

Principles of Human Resource Management, Organizational Behavior, Organizational Development, Human Resource Training & Development

8.

Ms. Ndyanabo Rose

 Lecturer

MHRM

Industrial Relations, Human Resource Planning

9.

Ms. Nakasule Kalule Aidah

Lecturer

M Org. Psychology

Business Psychology, Career Planning, Industrial Relations

10.

Mr. Mugumya Duncan

Lecturer

MHRM( Awaiting VIVA)

Human Resource Training & Development, Human Behavior at Work, Industrial Relations

11.

Ms. Muwanga Nicola

 Lecturer

BHRM, MBA

Human Resource Planning, Performance Management, Human Resource Management, Reward and Compensation systems.

12.

Mr. Okatege Paul

Lecturer

BHRM, MHRM

Career Planning Management, Salary & Employee Compensation. Human Behavior at Work.

13.

Mr. Onyoin Moses

Lecturer

BHRM, PGD(Fin) MBA(hr)

Human Behavior at Work, Human Resource Policy Management.

14.

Mr. Galimaka Denish

Lecturer

BHRM, MHRM

HR Policy Management, Human Behavior at Work

15.

Mr. Nakate Mariam

Lecturer

 

Office & Records Management, Industrial Relations, Human Resource Training & Development

16.

Mr. Lwanga Fred

Lecturer

BHRM, MHRM

Human Resource Planning, Principles of Human Resource Management, Field Attachment Coordinator, performance Management

17.

Mr. Nasiima Sentrine

Lecturer

Dip Educ, BHRM, MHRM

Performance Management, Industrial Relation, Strategic Management

18

Mr. Muhimbise Edgar Mutakirwa

Lecturer

BA(Soc.Sci), MHRM

Office & Records Management, Industrial Relations, Human Resource Training & Development

19.

 Mr. Kawalya Charles

Lecturer

DHRM, BHRM , MS.Psy.

Business Psychology, Industrial Relations, Principles of Human Resource Management. Social Psychology

20.

Ms. Babirye Rita Naggayi

Lecturer

BHRM MBA(HR Data Collection)

Principles of Human Resource Management, Salary & Employee Compensation.

21.

Mr. Aijuka Collins

Lecturer

MBA, BHRM

Principles of Human Resource Management, Human Behavior at Work.

22.

Mr. Asuman Matongolo

Lecturer

MBA, BHRM

Career Planning Management, Salary & Employee Compensation

23.

Mr. Kabagambe Francis Comet                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          

Lecturer

Ms. Business Psychology, BHRM

Career Planning Management, Salary & Employee Compensation

 

ADMINISTRATORS

 

 

 

1

Ms. Florence Nakyanja

Administrator

Ms. Entreprenuership, BHRM

 

2

Ms. Mector Awino

Supervisor

BIOM

 

 

PART TIME

 

 

 

1

Mr. Kagaari James Lecturer

 

PhD

Leadership & Interpersonal Skills, Human Resource Managent.

 

 EXTERNAL EXAMINER FOR THE DEPARTMENT OF HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT:

 VISITING PROFESSOR FOR THE DEPARTMENT OF HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT:

 Dr. Patricia Joubert Nomzamo from University of Swaziland.

 2.      DEPARTMENT OF LEADERSHIP & GOVERNANCE.                                      

 

Mission Statement:

To provide ethical leadership and Governance through research, training and publication to our clients and make them visionary and competent leaders.

The Department of Leadership & Governance has a Master’s Programme in Leadership and Governance, a Bachelor’s Degree in Leadership & Governance (BLG) and a Diploma in Local Government Management (DLGM).

 

         Graduates of the Bachelor of Leadership and Governance degree can seek employment in:

         Central Government

 

*      District Local Governments

 *      Non- Government Organizations

 *      Private and Public Limited companies

 *      Private and Public Institutions.

 The Department of Leadership & Governance is responsible for the following course units:

 *      Business Ethics

 *      Ethics in Hospitality

 *      Corporate Governance

 *      Public Policy & Administrative Governance

 *      Non Profit and Voluntary Sector Management.

 *      Human Rights & Peace Building

 *      Leadership and Private Sector

 *      Business Transport Ethics.

 *      Decentralization & Local Government Administration

 *      Budget & Resource Mobilization

 *      Environmental  Management

 *      Public sector structure

   Leadership & Interpersonal Relationship

  STAFF IN THE DEPARTMENT OF LEADERSHIP& GOVERNACE:

 

 

Name

Designation

 

Qualification

 

AREA OF EXPERIENCE

1

Dr. Isaac Newton Kayongo

Lecturer/ Head

 

MBA PhD

Budget & Resource Mobilization

 

2

Mr. Richard Lubogo

Lecturer

 

BA(Muk)

MBA(Muk)

Leadership & Interpersonal Skill, Corporate Governance, Introduction to Leadership & Governance.

3

Mr. Joshua Mugambwa

Lecturer

Pgd(Magt),

Pgd( Educ),

MA(Gov& Dev)

Gender & Diversity in Leadership & Governance, Non Profit & Voluntary Sector Governance, Decentralization & Local Governance

4

Dr. Mesarch Walto Katusiimeh

Lecturer

Master of Public administration(Muk)

PhD(Wageningen University, Natherlands)

Public Sector Structure, Political Theory Governance & Development, Political Economy, Human Rights & Peace Building.

5

Ms. Bridget Namubiru

Lecturer

BIB, MLG

Managing Conflicts in Organizations, Ethics in Leadership & Governance.

6

Mr. Yusuf Waiswa

Lecturer

BA(Muk)

Business Ethics

7

Mr. Wilson Mutumba

Lecturer

 

BBA(Muk)

Decentralization & Local Governance Adm., Budget & Resource Mobilization,

8

Mr. George William Mugerwa

Lecturer

 

BLG, MLG(Muk)

Business Ethics, Policy & Administrative Governance

9

Mr. Clare Muganzi

Lecturer

 

BCOM(Muk), MBA(MUBS)

Leadership & Interpersonal Relations, Managing Conflicts in Uganda, Business Ethics in Hospitality. Project Planning & Management.

10

Mr. Zaid Mpaata

Lecturer

BA(Public Admin)Muk), MLG(MUBS)

Decentralization & Local Governance Administration, Environmental Management, Corporate Governance

11

Ms. Regis Namuddu

Lecturer

 

 

12

Ms. Monica Tushabe

Assistant Lecturer

MLG (Enrolled), BLG

 

13.

Mr. Tonny Kiggundu

Lecturer

MLG (waiting viva), BLG

 

14.

Mr. Luke Sewante

Assistant Lecturer

MLG (Enrolled), BLG

 

 

 

 

ADMINISTRATORS

 

 

 

1.

Ms. Byonanebye Komugisha

Administrator

 

MEPM

 

2.

Mr. Moses Kolya

Supervisor

 

BBA, DLGM

 

 

 VISITING PROFESSORS:

 

1

   Dr. Mary D. Bruce

 

 

Governor University(USA)

Visiting Professor

 

2

 

  Dr. Damien Denis Ejigiri

 

 

Southern University(USA)

Visiting Professor

 

  External Examiner

 Admission Requirements:

Admission is through three different schemes, that is:

a) Direct entry

 A candidate must have:

  i) Sat the U.C.E. examination (or equivalent) and obtained with at least 5 passes; and

 ii) Obtained at least 2 principal level passes at Uganda Advanced Certificate of Education (U.C.A.E.) obtained at the same sitting or its equivalent.

 b) Diploma Holders scheme.

i)    A candidate must possess at least any second class (lower/credit) diploma from a recognized institution.

c) Mature Age entry:

25 years of age and above and must have passed mature age entry examinations with 50% mark and above.

Admission to Second year of study:

Candidates who possess a diploma from a recognized institution with at least a second class lower division/credit shall be admitted to second year of any of the MUBS Bachelors programmes .

FACULTY OF MANAGEMENT RESEARCH STATUS AS ON 1st SEPTEMBER 2015

 A: Completed Research Projects

 

SN

TITLE

AUTHOR

1

Leadership Capacity in local Government & its impact on service delivery in Uganda: Case Study of education sector

Dr. Isaac Kayongo & Ms. Christine Namaganda.

2

An Analysis of fiscal decentralization as a strategy for improving revenue performance & service delivery in local governments

Mr George William Mugerwa, Mr. Sudi Nangoli & Mr. Kituyi Mayoka

3

Knowledge management & entrepreneurial performance. Case of telecom companies in Uganda

Mr. Wesonga Akisoferi,  Mr. Ernest Abaho & Mr. Galimaka Denish

4

The Indispensable Capital of Manufacturing firms in Uganda

Mr. Sentrine Nasiima & Mr. Sulait Tumwine

5

Institutional theory approach as a framework for analyzing moral identity of sales people in the cosmetic industry in Uganda

Dr. Isaac Kayongo

 

 B. ON- GOING RESEARCHES

 

 S/N           

Title

Authors

Status

1

Research Culture, Leadership style & productivity of Academic staff in Uganda’s Public Universities

Mr. Moses Onyoin

Phase II

2

Human Resource Development, Employee Attitude & Behavior in Public & Private Universities in Uganda

Ms. Elizabeth Lamunu

Ms. Byarugaba K. Jolly

Mr. Gad Mutaremwa,

 

Phase II

3

Staffing fit, complimentary resources & mutual franchise success in Uganda’s telecom franchise business

Mr. Masese Akisoferi Wesonga, Mr. Abbey Mutumba & Mr. Odera Simon Sabana

Phase III

4

Job characteristics & Organization Citizenship behavior. Does Job satisfaction mediate this relationship: A study of Universities Academic employees in Uganda

Ms. Nicola Muwanga & Mr. Odera Simon Sabana

Phase II

5

Career development, Career path, Career turnover tendencies among the teaching staff, a case of Public Universities in Uganda

Mr. Duncan Mugumya, Ms. Mariam Nakate & Mr. Edgar Muhimbise 

Phase I

6

Perceived value, Group Identity and Collusion in public entities in Uganda

Mr. George William Mugerwa

Mr. Donatus Mugisha

Phase I

7

Within work discretion: Antecedents of citizenship Behavior among temporary workers in non- profit human services organizations in Uganda

Mr. Moses Onyoin

Mr. Charles Kawalya

Phase I

8

'Leadership capacity and quality of service delivery in local governments in uganda" A case study of Health sector.

Dr. Isaac Kayongo

Phase I

 C. Proposals not yet funded

1.      Civil society in national reconciliation and peace building in northern Uganda by Dr. Mesharch .W. Katusiimeh & Mr. Joshua Mugambwa

2.      Antecedents of commercial bank choice among student’s communities: A case of undergraduate students in Uganda by Mr. Moses Onyoin & Mr. Charles Kawalya

3.      Assessment of Corporate Governance and Financial Performance of Entities: Focus on service and manufacturing entities in Uganda by Mr. George Mugerwa & Mr. Donatus Mugisha


D. ONGOING PUBLICATIONS PROJECTS (Manuscripts under review)

  1.   Kasekende, S. O. Otengei, F.; Munene, J.C., and Ntayi J. M. (2014). Linking teacher operant competences to Organizational Citizenship Behaviour among Primary School Teachers; The International Journal Of Management

2.   Kasekende, F., Munene, J. C., Ntayi, J. M., and Ahiauzu, A. (2014). Generational work values: A Precursor to Psychologivcal Contract Management. Public Personnel Management

3.   Kasekende, F., Munene, J. C., Ntayi, J. M., and Ahiauzu, A. (2014). Psychological Contract Management: Do Age Cohorts Matter? Career Development International

4.   Otengei, S., Kasekende, F., Sekakubo, J. and Ntayi, J. M. (2014). Vicarious Experience: A neglected Source of Career Identity among Indigenous Hospitality Graduates in Uganda. International Journal of Contemporary Hospitality Management

5.   Nkurunziza, G., Otengei, O. S., Kasekende, F., Mujabi, S. &  Ntayi, J. M. (2014). An Investigation of Key Predictors of Performance of Agricultural Projects in Sub- Saharan Africa: A Case of Uganda. International Journal of Project Management

  6.   Lubogoyi, B., Muwaga, M. & Kasekende, F. (2014). Achievement Motivation and Teacher Performance. The Journal of Educational Research

  7.   Kasekende & Munene (2014) Competence profiling for loans officers in the banking sector in Uganda (Not yet sent to any journal)

  8.   Lubogoyi, B., Muwaga, M. & Kasekende, F. (2014). Leader Qualities and Teacher Performance: The Influence of Organizational Climate (Not yet sent to any journal)

E. PUBLICATIONS

 

1.      “Employee Satisfaction; Mediator of Organizational service Orientation & Retention” By Kasekende Francis, Jolly Byarugaba, & Mariam Nakate was recently published in the “Journal of Business & Management” Vol.19 No 3.

2.      “An analysis of Fiscal Decentralization as a strategy for …Revenue performance” By Mr. Mugerwa George with others including  Prof. Wasswa Balunywa & Sudi Nangoli published in the Journal of Research in International Business/ Management in April 2014.

3.      Kasekende.F, Munene.J.C, Ntayi .J.M & Ahianzu .A.(2014). The Interaction Effect of social Exchange on the relationship between Organizational climate and psychological contract.

  4.      Kasekende, F., Munene,J.C,  Ntayi, J. M., and Ahiauzu, A. (2014). The interaction effect of social exchanges on the relationship between organizational climate and psychological contract. Leadership and organization development journal

5.      Mujabi, S., Otengei, O. S., Kasekende, F. and Ntayi J.M. (2014). Determinants of Successful Implementation of Donor Funded Projects in Uganda. International journal of social economics

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