the contributors

the contributors

The people who have created our portfolio

The people profiled below are responsible for the design, content and presentation of the various learning products offered by Dwyka Projects: AnalogueSim; Finance for Non-financial Managers and Effective Team-building.

IMG_8348_resizeBruce MacDonald, E.C.B

Bruce has had twenty years’ experience in presenting the Analogue simulation in a broad range of contexts – face-to-face and on-line; to executive education groups as well as on academic programmes; in-company as well as incorporated in business school programmes. He has worked extensively with the Graduate School of Business (GSB) of the University of Cape Town, the Gordon Institute of Business Science (GIBS) of the University of Pretoria, and the IESE Business School of the University of Navarra (Barcelona, Spain).

He has been responsible for the design, marketing and delivery of a wide range of general management programmes for the Graduate School of Business – in particular the GSB’s flagship Programme for Management Development, without doubt the most popular and diverse mid- to senior-level general management programme in the region (more detail at http://www.gsb.uct.ac.za/e.asp?c=701).

Over the past ten years he has developed a broad range of business contacts in the sub-Saharan region, and has an acute understanding of business dynamics and cultures in the region.

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Harriet Chebet Ng’Ok

 Harriet Chebet Ng’ok is a Finance and Entrepreneur Consultant currently based in Nairobi, Kenya. Prior to this she worked in the Investment Banking and Financial Services Firms of  JPMorgan Chase, Goldman Sachs International and the Financial Services Authority in London. She holds an LLB and an LLM Laws in International Banking and Finance Law from the London School of Economics. Her product and process knowledge spans the financial sphere.

 

 HarberMichael Harber

Michael is a Chartered Accountant (CA SA) with a broad understanding of the entire range of corporate and managerial finance, as well as of the very large topic of corporate governance.

He is a talented lecturer in the School of Accounting at the University of Cape Town, and has major involvement in presenting the finance and corporate governance courses on the MBA and Executive MBA programmes at the GSB.

He has worked extensively with Bruce on a series of Finance for Non-financial Managers programmes at various venues in Mali and the DRC. It was whilst running these programmes together that the idea for a standardised hybrid-model programme was born.

Michael has written all the learning material for the finance programme, and is responsible for ensuring the quality of delivery by local presenters in the various countries in which Dwyka’s programmes are offered. 

 Megan HMegan Hooper

Megan Hooper is a registered clinical psychologist who enjoys the intricacy and complexity of both clinical and organisational work.  Organisationally she is a facilitator and consultant who delivers team and conflict resolution processes in addition to various learning solutions in client organisations. Clinically she sees a small number of private clients.

Megan’s ’s breadth of understanding of human behaviour makes her the ideal person to put together the study material for the Effective Teambuilding programme, as well as to mentor local presenters of the topic.

 

 

 

 

 

 

  • Timing and numbers

    Each topic is offered in three-day and five-day format, to cater to a range of requirements and time availability. To optimise learning groups are limited to 30 members, and ideally should be of between 20 and 30 in size.

    Additional topics may be added from time to time.

    Analogue is available in two versions: Production and Service.

  •  Analogue - Simulating management decision making
  •  Analogue - Simulating management decision making

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