Dr Judith Mwenje

dr judith mwenjeQUALIFICATIONS

  • PhD (Business Administration) focusing on Leadership – National University of Science & Technology (NUST)
  • MBA – Birmingham University
  • BSc Hons (Admin) – University of Zimbabwe
  • CIM (Diploma) – Chartered Institute of Marketing
  • Economics & Management Science (Postgrad.) – University of Pretoria
  • Diploma in Market Oriented Small Business Development Services, (MOSBDS) – ILO
  • Advanced Diploma in Computer Applications – City & Guilds

SPECIFIC ACADEMIC UNIVERSITY TEACHING EXPERIENCE IN YEARS:
16 years of teaching experience at both undergraduate and Master’s level

AREAS OF EXPERTISE/RESEARCH INTERESTS:

  • Leadership
  • Succession Planning
  • Management Information Systems & E-Commerce
  • SMEs
  • Management
  • Marketing

RECORD OF POSTGRADUATE SUPERVISION IN THE LAST 5 YEARS:

  • Supervised 150 undergraduate students
  • Supervised 25 Postgraduate students
  • Currently supervising 2 PhD students

PUBLICATIONS:

  1. Mwenje, J. (2016). An Investigation of Leadership Styles among Pentecostal Churches in Zimbabwe. African Journal of Business Management, 10(3), pp. 55-74.
  2. Mwenje, J. (2016). Identification of Growth Strategies among Pentecostal Churches in Zimbabwe. International Journal of Current Research, 8(4), pp. 30084-30094.
  3. Mwenje, J. (2016). Succession Plan among Pentecostal Churches in Zimbabwe. International Journal of Development Research, 6(4), pp. 7588-7597.
  4. Mwenje, J. (2016). Financial Sustainability of Pentecostal Churches in Zimbabwe. Journal of Sustainable Development, 18(1), pp. 73-82.
  5. Dube, K. & Mwenje, J. (2016). An Investigation into the Relevance of a Mobile Medical Expert System as a Provider of Medical Advice and Diagnosis to Patients in Zimbabwe.

RESEARCH PAPERS IN PROGRESS

  1. Mwenje, J. (2016). Application of the Grounded Theory in Building Leadership Models by Utilising the Leadership Styles. A Focus on Pentecostal Churches in Zimbabwe (accepted).
  2. Mwenje, J. & Mwenje, E. (2016). Leadership Styles in Organizations during Harsh Economic Environments. ( Proof Reading)
  3. Mwenje, J. & Mukanga, F. (2016). A Study of the Value Addition by Information Systems to a Service Providing Business at the Meteorological Services Department in Zimbabwe . ( Under Review)
  4. Mwenje, J. (2016). The Influence that Leadership Styles have on the Growth of Pentecostal Churches in Zimbabwe. (Under Review).
  5. Gundiza, C. & Mwenje, J. (2016). Impact of Print Advertising on the Sales Volume of Products in Zimbabwe’s Telecommunication Companies. (Work-in progress).