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iHub Consulting By Mercy Deche / August 22, 2012

Join Us! – Project Management Workshops in September

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  Beginning September 1st, iHub will be running workshops on project management in response to the community ‘s need for deeper knowledge and skill in this business area. The sessions will run every Saturday through September from 9.30am – 12.30pm. Topics such as team management, scoping, scheduling, partnership management and

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iHub By Mercy Deche / August 19, 2012

Think Like An Investor

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By Mel Mbugua If you are going to run a business, you need to have the mindset of an entrepreneur. All the stuff you do from building a product to managing your team requires use of your time, energy and money.  In this age of the startup, many people are

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iHub By Mercy Deche / August 12, 2012

From Startup to Leader

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How do we equip startups in Kenya to become the mega-business leaders of the future? We know that there is plenty of skill in design and development within the tech community – the bread and butter of our local tech scene; but what about building entrepreneurs’ business skills? Skills like

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iHub By Mercy Deche / July 29, 2012

Introducing iHub Consulting

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Early this year, the Board of Advisors had a discussion on improving freelancer skills where  the decision was made to start up iHub Consulting, an initiative to help build soft skills such as communication, delivery and quality in the community. Through this initiative iHub will connect the community to larger

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iHub Consulting By Mercy Deche / July 26, 2012

The Juggler | Demystifying Project Management

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When you hear ‘Project Management’, what comes to mind? You probably think it is a complicated practice which needs sophisticated tools and processes in order to accomplish. You probably wouldn’t think of it simply as a way of thinking or an approach to daily tasks. And you probably wouldn’t think

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