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How can predictive models be used to enhance business performance?

How can predictive models be used to enhance business performance?

24 April 2020
This article has been published by Dr George Fasha who is a lecturer  in the Department of Business Management (DBM), School of Agricultural Economics and Business Studies (SAEBS)  of  Sokoine University of Agriculture (SUA). Fasha arg...
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 Upcoming Short Course on Micro Finance Management for Farmers and Agro entreprises

Upcoming Short Course on Micro Finance Management for Farmers and Agro entreprises

10 March 2020
Department of Business Management ,School of Agricultural Economics and Business Studies (SAEBS) would like to announce to the general public that it will offer a short course on Microfinance Management For Farmers and Agro enterprises ,on 20 to 24th...
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SHORT COURSE ON LITERATURE REVIEW IN BUSINESS AND MANAGEMENT RESEARCH

SHORT COURSE ON LITERATURE REVIEW IN BUSINESS AND MANAGEMENT RESEARCH

21 January 2020
Preamble From 15th to 17th January 2020 a short course on Literature Review in Business and Management Research was offered at the School of Agricultural Economics and Business Studies (SAEBS). The course was run under the Building Stronger Universit...
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DEPARTMENT OF BUSINESS MANAGEMENT (DBM) END OF YEAR PARTY

DEPARTMENT OF BUSINESS MANAGEMENT (DBM) END OF YEAR PARTY

26 December 2019
The Head of Department of Business Management together with the staff member and their spouse had a get together for the year ended 2019 .      
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Economic viability of newly introduced chicken strains at village level in Tanzania: FARMSIM model simulation approach.

Economic viability of newly introduced chicken strains at village level in Tanzania: FARMSIM model simulation approach.

08 November 2019
Rogers Andrew, Jeremia Makindara, Said H. Mbaga, Roselyne Alphonce Local chicken farming is an integral part of Tanzania's rural economy. However, despite its cotributions to household economy and food security, local chicken productivity remains low...
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