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    • La Crisis en la profesion contable en los EU 

      Catacutan, Maria Rosario G
      Los escándalos corporativos ocurridos en los últimos años, provocaron reacciones muy divergentes en los miembros de la profesión contable de los Estados Unidos de América. Es interesante notar que, la desaparición de ...
    • La Etica de la profesion docente. Estudio Introductorio a la deontologia de la educacion 

      Gichure, Christine Prof.
      Este libro introduce un campo de gran importancia pero aun poco explorado.La ética de la profesión docente es un tema del máximo interés teórico y practico, muy particularmente en nuestros días. ?Es docencia una vocación, ...
    • La Responsabilidad social de las empresas 

      Unknown author
      La responsabilidad social de las empresas debe configurarse como un compromiso personal para promover el verdadero bien –el bien en sí- de las personas en la sociedad. Con frecuencia, cuando se habla de la responsabilidad ...
    • Moral sensitivity practice in academic deanship: does it really matter? 

      Catacutan, Maria Rosario G.; Guzman, Allan B. de (Springer Singapore, 2016)
      The chapter reports on the findings of a grounded theory study on the moral sensitivity practice of Filipino college deans. It centers on the exposition of a conceptual model which expands the construct of moral sensitivity ...
    • The Necessity of the transcendentals when educating in beauty 

      Kariuki, Esther (Strathmore University, 2018)
      Plato held highly the opinion that there is a need to educate in kalon. Though extreme in his thought on how this education should be carried out. His thoughts still hold water. Educating the youth on appreciation of beauty ...
    • On Time. What is time? 

      Gichure, Christine Prof.
      This has been a central question in philosophy from time immemorial. And even to describe that long period, we have no other term to use but ‘time’. We find it discussed at some length by Aristotle, touched on somewhat by ...
    • Passing on the common human tradition 

      Dean, Catherine
      We are here to share ideas on the “risk” of education as the book by Don L. Giussani is called. As we discuss his work, we are also discussing the nature and meaning of education as well as the process of education based ...
    • Peer review in teaching: the Strathmore experience 

      Dean, Catherine
      Peer reviewing is a process that has become popular around the world over the last 10-15 years. It can be used in different professional environments, as well as by students who make use of the collaboration of their peers ...
    • Philosophy: 'What Is It All About?' 

      Gichure, Christine Prof.
      The number of students enrolling for philosophy courses in our public universities is dwindling. Philosophy, the mother of all intellectual learning, is on the verge of being erased from Kenyan universities' curricula. From ...
    • Shareholder value and the common good 

      Gichure, Christine Prof.
    • Teaching business ethics in Africa : what ethical orientation? the case of East and Central Africa 

      Gichure, Christine Prof.
      This paper starts off from what seems to be a difficulty of ethics in African Business today. For several years now Transparency International has placed some African countries high on its list of most corrupt countries ...
    • The Beginnings of Kibondeni college, Nairobi : a historical and sociological overview 

      Gichure, Christine Prof.
      The theme of this article is Kibondeni College, a corporate work of Opus Dei in Kenya, East Africa. Its focus is the pre-history, the initial stages and the development of the school which started as a service unit ...
    • The role of human freedom in the development of the virtues 

      Dean, Catherine
      The term “character” can be defined in different ways but generally it is understood to refer to the distinctive and individual way of being developed by a person based on the initial temperament they have received at ...
    • The Role of universities in the fight against corruption 

      Catacutan, Maria Rosario G
      The recent increase in the number of reports on anti-graft activities in the various sectors of Kenyan society reveals a greater determination on the part of the government and of international and local bodies to curb ...
    • To what extent does personal virtue of project participants affect project management success? 

      Dindi, Adeline M.; Gichure, Christine Prof.; Alkizim, Ahamad; Munala, Gerryshom; Kivaa, Titus (2019-01)
      This paper explored the influence of personal virtue or project participants on the success of construction projects. Literature was reviewed on virtue from the point of view of practice. A survey assessed the success of ...
    • Towards a new African worldview: quandaries of moral business and leadership in modern Africa 

      Gichure, Christine Prof.
      Africa’s poverty problems are often linked to its post independence poor leadership and corruption. In order to address and solve the problems of corruption in Africa it is important to understand their origins. This paper ...
    • Towards instilling ethics in African business and public service: the case of Kenya 

      Gichure, Christine Prof.
      This article discusses post independence governance and corruption challenges in Africa. In addition, this article explores the development of business ethics and good governance in Africa, with a particular emphasis on ...
    • Transforming primary schools in Kenya through action research: experiences from a post experience Diploma in Educational Management 

      Dean, Catherine; Kariuki, Margaret
      The aim of this paper is to make public the transformative action research projects carried out by primary school teachers who did the Diploma in Educational Management at Strathmore University (Nairobi, Kenya) from 2009 ...
    • Truth and the media 

      Dean, Catherine
      In Kenya recently, tensions, especially between government and the media, have been reflected in events such as the raiding of The Standard Group offices a few months ago - on 1st March 2006, and the resistance of the ...
    • who benefits from African research? 

      Gichure, Christine Prof.
      The case spans over more than 20 years. It begins in the 1980s and is currently being debated. Between 1984 and 1986 a Ph. D. Botany student wanted to establish what kind of enzymes could be found in lakes of the Great ...