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iHub By James Ndiga / February 28, 2014

ICT opportunities in the health sector by I-TECH Kenya @ Nairobi Research Buzz

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I-Tech Kenya in collaboration with *iHub_Research would like to invite you to this Month’s Nairobi Research Buzz to be held on Thursday 6th March 2013 at the *iHub from 5:30PM. Kenya’s Ministry of  Health, with support from local and global partners, are working to strengthen the national health system and

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iHub Consulting By Mercy Deche / February 21, 2014

Why You Should Attend The Next AMI Learning Lab

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The African Management Initiative(AMI) in collaboration with iHub Consulting held a training on self-management at the iHub on February 11th. If there is anything that can be learned from success, undoubtedly it is technology alone is not enough. The great leaders of our time are not only innovators with their

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iHub Consulting By Kennedy Kirui / January 24, 2014

Reintroducing iHub Consulting

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What does iHub Consulting do? Well, as the name suggests, consulting, but what does that mean? Specifically what does that mean for you as part of the iHub Community? There has always been some mystery surrounding iHub Consulting. Somehow, the “what we do” has been lost in the long and

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iHub By James Ndiga / January 23, 2014

*iHub Outreach @ Masinde Muliro University of Science and Technology

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*iHub in collaboration with Intel was in Masinde Muliro University of Science and Technology for a 2 day outreach. 263 students and 6 lecturers turned up for the outreach with the Dean Faculty of Science Prof. Thomas Sakwa gracing the event.This outreach comprised of training on Intel® XDK to build

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iHub Consulting By Mercy Deche / January 15, 2014

Affordable business management training at the iHub – February 11th

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The journalist Jonah Lehrer wrote a book on how innovation happens titled Imagine: How Creativity Works. In the book, which was mildly controversial, he says, “The only way to maximize group creativity—to make the whole more than the sum of its parts—is to encourage a candid discussion of mistakes. In

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