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He is a Strategic Management scholar and consultant, and holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Linguistics from Moi University, MBA and PhD degrees in Strategic Management from the University of Nairobi. Prof. Machuki is currently the Director of Kisumu Campus of University of Nairobi and an Associate Professor in the Department of Business Administration, Faculty of Business and Management Sciences. He also served as the Coordinator of Strategy and Business Development in the former School of Business, University of Nairobi. He is not only the academic and administrative head of Kisumu Campus but also takes the lead in teaching and supervision of students’ research work at both under- and post- graduate levels.

Over and above teaching and supervision, Prof. Machuki has distinguished himself as a published scholar and management consultant. He has taught, published and consulted in areas of strategic planning, strategic leadership, strategic change, strategy implementation, performance management, corporate governance and strategic entrepreneurship as well as facilitated various short course trainings among them business growth and corporate governance for SMEs at the Seed Enterprise Management Institute (Semis), University of Nairobi and strategic leadership at the Kenya School of Government. As a result Prof. Machuki has gained wide and impactful teaching, research, consulting and managerial experience that is reminiscent of wide knowledge, leadership skills and competencies in efficient and effective administration and management of university education as well as commensurate formulation and implementation of strategies for prudent management of resources, effective management of academic programmes and overall quality service delivery .
Prof. Machuki continues to demonstrate unwavering and committed leadership in academic, scholarship and administrative realms where he mentors both students and staff as well as contribute towards innovative approaches that enhance impactful and desirable outcomes to stakeholders within the dynamisms of university education.

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