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KI Thought Leadership Series - #1 (January 1, 2016): Addressing the Leadership Imperative using KI's 10-P's

Staff Writer
A need exists for better leadership in emerging, developing, and transitioning countries. Emerging, developing, and transitioning countries can be vibrant engines of socio-economic opportunity for their citizens. In this white paper, we explain "leadership gap" and how our "Leadership Imperative" closes this critical gap. Site registration is required to view this content. Click here to register.

Managing Public-Private Partnerships: Selected Considerations for Developing Countries in Africa

Dr. Mukul Asher, National University of Singapore
What is a Public-Private Partnership?
Though the concept refers to using private capital and skills to provide public facilities, the term Public Private Partnership (PPP) is relatively new and does not have a widely accepted single definition. The concept dates back to the 18th and 19th centuries, when such relationships were utilized to build infrastructure in large cities including London and New York. Internationally, there are other terms used to describe a PPP-type relationship. Thus, Private Participation in Infrastructure (PPI) is a term used by the World Bank and adopted by South Korea. Private Finance Initiative (PFI) originated in Britain but is currently used in Japan and Malaysia as well. In both cases, private financing is emphasized. Site registration is required to view this content. Click here to register.

Foreign Direct Investment in East Africa Challenges and Opportunities

Staff Writer
West Africa has attracted foreign direct investment for many years, especially in the extractive industries, its rich oil deposits and mineral wealth drawing European and North American attention to the region. East Africa has lagged behind, but recently nation in Asia have been quietly boosting FDI. China especially has increased its investment significantly, and it's likely to continue increasing exponentially. This interest has moved East Africa to implement policies that will build on the current momentum. Already this year it has launched the East African Community customs union, and the East African common market will take off later in 2010. Site registration is required to view this content. Click here to register.

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At Home And Abroad

Kilimanjaro International conducts training and study tours in Africa and beyond. The advantages to both are numerous.

For in-Africa training, obviously cost and logistics are easier to manage. In most cases, more people can be trained locally, allowing for a wider spread of information across your organization. On-site training and Study Tours here in Africa also offer the advantage of training in real-world operations and situations.

For training outside of Africa, the advantage is twofold. Firstly (and most obviously) we conduct outside training at locales pertinent to the material / sector. Training at an actual working facility similar to one being built in Africa is invaluable.

The secondary benefit is one of personal growth. When an individual experiences another culture firsthand, it's a transformative experience, and forever changes the individual for the better. Success is always helped by an open-minded worldview, and that rings true on both a personal level and an organizational one. Giving your people this gift pays tremendous results – we've seen it happen over and over.

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