15 Jan 2020
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School of Business
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James Francis Tumwine, MBA, Strategic Management, Accounting - University of Nairobi, Kenya, BBA, Accounting – KIST, Rwanda, and an Enrolled Student of ACCA, PhD registered student, University of Nairobi
I have served in the area of academics and research since 2008 teaching in the School of Business of the College of Business and Economics of the University of Rwanda.
I have rich and valuable experience in teaching ; have taught modules of ; Advanced Auditing and Assurance Service, Intermediate Financial Accounting, Introduction to Accounting, Management Accounting and Business Function among others in accounting department. However, I do sometimes teach some other courses from the departments of finance and management. I have supervised quite a vast number of students in their research projects and internships. I have also attended and participated in academics and research conferences within Rwanda and outside Rwanda.
As a higher qualification, James Tumwine holds Masters Degree in Business Administration (MBA), Strategic Management, and Accounting, and he is an enrolled student of ACCA.
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Assessing the relationship between social media and entrepreneurial firms “ a perspective of firm`s growth and performance” – in progress
Investigating the impact of IFRS on relevant management decisions, “a perspective of organization`s performance” - in progress
Assessing the challenges faced by Districts in implementing the common development fund (CDF) projects, a case study of Gasabo and Kicukiro districts – in progress
Published a paper on : Assessing the Relationship between Employee Motivation and Productivity in Nyagatare District in Rwanda (EARP-BEM NO.2016:02)
I Contribution to book chapter titled “ Management Challenges in Different Types of African Firms…processes, practices and performance” edited by Prof Leona Achtengen and Prof Ethel Brundin published by Springer Frontiers in African Business Research