Initiating a Project, the right way
Projects are temporary structures set up with the specific aim of delivering an identifiable end-product. Regardless of the type of project planned, and although each project will require its own unique processes and tasks, they all follow a similar framework. There’s always a beginning, a middle, and an end, and this is called the project lifecycle. The initiation phase is the first phase of the project management life cycle. This phase aims to outline the project, prepare a business case for it, and get it accepted. Project initiation ensures that we lay a strong foundation for a new project.
Implementation of electronic government procurement (e-GP) systems
Electronic government procurement (e-GP), which is the procurement of goods, works, and services through internet-based information technologies, is emerging worldwide with the potential to drive procurement reform, increase competition and promote integrity in public procurement. If appropriately designed, it can drastically reduce costs, make information easier to access and reduce opportunities for corruption.
Student of LIGS University, Nnenna Uboma publishes her first book
When someone succeeds in the #LIGScommunity, it always makes us extremely happy. One such success story is one of our students in the Interactive Doctoral program of Finance, Nnenna Uboma. She has just published her first book. Congratulations!
Newly elected member of the Board of Trustees at LIGS University | Prof. Rick Jones
We are happy to announce the newest member of the Board of Trustees at LIGS University, Prof. Rick Jones. Please, give him a warm welcome in our #LIGScommunity. And if you want to learn more about his accomplishments and get acquainted. Happy to have you on board, Mr. Jones!
Application of Management Functions to improve the quality of Laboratory Diagnostic Healthcare Services in Kenya
The study targeting management-level employees working in county referral hospitals tries to establish the methods laboratory managers use to gain leadership and managerial skills. It also investigates the challenges laboratory managers face in gaining management skills.
Blockchain based tokenization of illiquid assets | Prospects and issues
The present research article deals with the possible tokenization of illiquid assets, focusing mainly on real estate. The basics in theory and the pros and cons of tokenization are the subject of discussion. The so-called token economy is already influencing the linking of digital sales with the real world.
Impact of Financial Inclusion on Graduation of Least Developed Countries
Many countries have struggled to improve their economic welfare for decades without noticeable results. Meanwhile, many studies and development-focused international agencies such as the World Bank and the United Nations recommend financial inclusion as a veritable tool for economic development.
A Meta-Analysis of the Relationship Between Financial Inclusion and Economic Development
In the last two decades, there has been much discussion about the impact of financial inclusion on the economic development of nations. This paper provides a meta-analysis of some existing literature on the relationship between financial inclusion and economic development to present researchers in the field of study with an insightful summary of approaches adopted by researchers and the findings of their work.
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