Friday, 23 Jun 2017

Progress in strategic plan development as workshop ends

Multimedia University of Kenya has registered tremendous progress in the development of a new strategic plan that will guide its operations in the next five years.

This comes on the backdrop of a successful three days retreat workshop on the development of 2017-2021 university strategic plan held in Nakuru County.

The workshop, attended by all heads of departments and under the guidance of the Kenya School of Government (KSG), looked at the performance evaluation of the ending strategic plan and strategy formulation of the new plan.

Speaking during the closing ceremony, the KSG lead consultant Dr. Robert Ng’anga and Associate Consultant Mr. Mathew Malinda expressed confidence that the university will have a strategic plan saying that the document is 70% complete by the closure of the workshop.

The consultants thanked the workshop participants for their corporation and expressed their satisfaction towards the participation in the strategic plan development process.

“We want to thank you for your corporation in this exercise. You have worked with zeal and determination throughout the workshop,” said Mr. Malinda

They also thanked the MMU management lead by the Vice Chancellor Amb. Prof. Festus Kaberia for their leadership and input into the process saying that it was a gesture of commitment and confidence in the process.

On his part, the VC commended the consultants and the MMU team for their hard work saying that the management and the Council is committed to ensuring that the university gets a new strategic plan by the end of the year.

His sentiments were echoed by the Deputy Vice Chancellor Administration, Finance and Planning Prof. Rosebella Maranga who also thanked the MMU team and the Strategic Plan Steering Committee lead by Dr. Sitawa Wattanga for their dedication and hard work.

She expressed her happiness towards the spirit of hard work exhibited by the participants during the workshop and urge all staff to embrace the culture and continue with the spirit of hard work.

The workshop retreat on the development of 2017-2021 university strategic plan was held at Hotel Cathay in Nakuru from 16th to 18th November, 2016.


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