Current management training is offered in several units at the University of Guyana. The Vice Chancellor, Ivelaw Griffith, Ph.D., in late October 2016 commissioned a feasibility study on the possible consolidation of these offerings into a School of Entrepreneurship and Business Innovation (SEBI). The Vice-Chancellor envisions the school as an initial step to enhance academic programming and outreach of the university.
The study team, chaired by Edward Davis, Ph.D., Dean of the School of Business at Clark Atlanta University in the United States, comprises local and international experts from academe and business. The study team’s input, along with feedback from a variety of stakeholders, form the conclusions and recommendations of this report.
Information sources include online research, paper documents review, stakeholder listening sessions, and a limited number of mailed surveys. The listening sessions garnered feedback from local and regional businesspersons, entrepreneurs and academics.
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