African Stakeholders Seek Management Solutions

The Third Conference on African Management is underway in Douala.

Stakeholders from the management sector from across Africa are seeking to better analyse the decisions of African leaders. With theme, “Using management to serve Africa,” the Third Conference on African Management, SAM, holding from May 28-30, 2015, will afford participants a clearer picture in proffering managerial solutions to the issues.

These include poverty, armed conflicts, diseases, injustice, corruption, good governance and the state of law, decentralisation and proximity cooperation. Others are relations between Africa and economic institutions and international financiers, capacity strengthening and knowledge management, rehabilitation and reawakening of the administration and public values, public-private partnerships.

International news magazines like The Economist, Time Magazine, Le Point, etc., have of recent predicted that African countries be among seven of the 10 gest world economies in the next five years. This crucial question brought together management researchers, public and private decision-makers, development partners to seek and disseminate solutions to management challenges facing African leaders. While opening the event at the Amphi 200 of the Douala University May 28, 2015, the Technical Aiser to the Rector of the University of Douala, Prof. Joseph Ndinda, called on the participants to do proper diagnosis of the situation and suggest the best scientific solutions.

Source : Cameroon Tribune

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