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Emmanuel Dugbenoo

Educational Qualification:

  • MBA in Human Resource Management (1997) University of Ghana, Legon, Ghana
  • MA in Population Studies (1986) University of Ghana, Legon, Ghana.
  • BA (Hons) in Pol. Science with Sociology (1982) University of Ghana, Legon, Ghana

Further qualification:

  • MIT Sloan School of Management, Cambridge, USA International Faculty Fellows Programme, June 2005
  • Management Development Programmes:

  • Industrial Relations Conference, (Nov. 2005) – Mauritius
  • Case Teaching, Harvard Business School, (May 2005) – USA
  • Senior Executive Development Seminar (May 2000) – GIMPA Leadership Training (August 1994) – Singapore
  • Strategic Management (August 1993) – GIMPA
  • Personnel Management (December 1991) – GIMPA

Teaching activity:

Mr. Dugbenoo teaches the following courses in the Institution’s MBA program:

  • Leadership Development and Competency Management.
  • Global Diversity and Cross Cultural Management.

Research and publication

Mr. Dugbenoo’s focus of research and publication are:

Organizational Development, Organizational Change, and Training Design where he has the following publications:

  • Implications of Organization Change for Human Resource Planning. A Case Study of the CSIR (1997)
  • The Case for Strategic Human Resource Management in Ghanaian Companies.
  • Evaluating Induction & Orientation programmes in Selected Organizations.
  • Approaches to Analyzing Training Needs in Ghanaian Organizations
  • The Role of the Commission on Human Rights & Administrative Justice (CHRAJ) in the Resolution of Industrial Disputes in Ghana.
  • Population Growth, Food Production & Policy Implications in Ghana (1986)
  • Task Force: Students Served the Nation (1982).