AMI is looking to hire an ambitious and talented Programme Manager to join our team in Nairobi as we expand our portfolio of business and organisational clients in East Africa.
You will be a key player in a dynamic, international team focused obsessively on results. We work hard, innovate constantly and have fun in the process. This is a chance for someone with a passion for learning, technology, development and business growth to be part of Africa’s transformation. We are particularly interested in hearing from people with experience in business consulting, training, management education or learning and development.
Are you a Kenyan entrepreneur seeking funding for your business? The African Management Initiative (AMI) in partnership with Bidx, have designed a 3 month online programme to help you start or grow your business by acquiring the key skills that you need to create a roadmap for success as well as know how to attract … Continue reading Preparing Kenyan entrepreneurs for investor funding
Employers in Kenya have voiced growing concerns about the quality and preparedness of applicants for entry-level positions. Many new employees, particularly in customer service and call centres, lack meaningful work experience, an understanding of how businesses work, and the drive to make entry-level opportunities a success. To address this challenge, AMI, in partnership with the … Continue reading AMI Youth Employment Programme in partnership with MasterCard Foundation
“The programme was a fabulous success – we’re hoping we can do this again.” Prof Susan Steinman, Founder of People Bottomline Consultancy. It is the 2nd of February 2016 in sunny South Africa and 200 young would-be entrepreneurs embark on a 2-month programme to learn how to launch their business ideas. The programme, a collaboration … Continue reading Building the Next Generation of SA Entrepreneurs’
The YES programme has produced some extraordinary numbers: in a six-week period, over 350,000 resources downloaded by 3500 young participants, who contributed 4,000 course and academy posts and 10,000 likes or acknowledgements of the contributions of others. AMI provided the online component of this very ambitious programme with our partner the Enterprise Development Centre in Lagos, … Continue reading AMI and EDC-Lagos launch online training component of BOI’s Youth Entrepreneurship Programme
Middle management is not a topic that typically grabs headlines. Yet effective middle managers hold the key to Africa’s prosperity. African organisations across sectors and of different sizes cite a talent gap at the middle manager level. Traditional training models are failing to close this gap. Africa needs a fresh approach to help millions of … Continue reading Middle managers – Africa’s unlikely heroes?
Kenya is one of the fastest growing economies in Africa due to the accelerated infrastructure investment and the emergence of a large middle class. However, there are concerns about the current lack of talent development in management training, employability and entrepreneurial skill to sustain the growth. While most Kenyan companies consider training and development to … Continue reading Blended Learning Outlook in Kenya