1974 – 1979    :  Faculty of Management Studies, University of Toronto, Ontario, Canada - Awarded the degree of Doctor of Philosophy in Marketing in 1979

1972 – 1974    : Master of Business Administration (MBA), University of Alberta, Canada - Awarded MBA degree

 1967 – 1970    : Bachelor of Commerce (B.Com), University of East Africa (University College, Nairobi)




Joseph, OO, Francis K.  2015.  The Influence of Organizational Culture and Market Orientation on Performance of Microfinance Institutions in Kenya. International Journal of Business and Management. 10(8):204-211. Abstractthe_influence_of_organizational_culture_and_market_orientation_on_performance_of_microfinance_institutions_in_kenya.pdf

The objective of our study is to assess the influence of organizational culture and market orientation on
performance. The population of the study comprise microfinance institutions that are members of the Association of Microfinance Institutions (AMFI) in Kenya. We used descriptive cross-sectional survey design. We collected primary data using structured questionnaire. We test our hypotheses through regression analysis. Our results demonstrate that organizational culture significantly and positively influence variations in performance. The partial mediation effect of market orientation on the relationship between organizational culture and performance was confirmed. The complimentary effect of organizational culture on market orientation implies that organizations need to spend more resources in nurturing market orientation to create sustainable competitive advantage through delivery of superior customer experience. We conclude that the influence of organizational culture and market orientation on performance is more plausible for mature industries regarded as diverse in terms of customer needs.
Keywords: organizational culture, market orientation, performance, microfinance


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Kibera, FN.  1995.  “The Role of the Cooperative Movement in Kenya’s Socioeconomic Development”, . Journal of Business Administration, University of Dhaka,. 21(1&2):101–114..



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Kibera, FN.  1985.   “The Effect of Message Content and Source Credibility of Information Gain by Coffee Smallholders in Central Kenya. , Journal of Management Business and Economics, Institute of Business Administration, University of Dakar, Dhaka, . 11(3)


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