Strategic planning practices adopted by the University of Nairobi

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Strategic planning is the cornerstone of every organization without which the organization will never know where it is going or whether it will ever get there. While strategic planning is important, what is of more importance is how it is practiced in the different institutions or organizations. Different scholars and author have advanced that strategic planning can be formed implicit as well as formulated explicitly (Mintzerberg 1991 and Johnson and Scoles, 1993). While several studies have been done in Kenya on the strategic planning practices, most of them have been to general to elicit a comprehensive view on strategic planning practices adopted by institutions. The purpose of the study was to add on to the existing knowledge on strategic planning practices by investigating strategic planning practices adopted by the University of Nairobi. This was a case study on Strategic Planning practice adopted by the University of Nairobi. College Registrars from each of the six colleges in the university were involved. The study used primarily primary data sources collected through interviews conducted on the college registrars. The data obtained from the interviews were analyzed using content analysis

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