I am a freelance sustainability management consultant with a combination of research and practical experience in the fields of corporate sustainability and responsibility (CSR); sustainable development; strategy, business management, stakeholder engagement and public sector engagement and co-production.
I am an author and lecturer with broad in-depth experience in developing, teaching and managing online programmes at Degree, Master’s and Doctorate levels. Besides teaching and researching, I also consult for businesses, NGOs and governments, in strategic corporate responsibility and governance, sustainability strategy and sustainable investing, international brand strategy and reputation management, and organizational development. Alongside my doctorate in corporate sustainability and responsibility, I continue to work on a number of consultancy projects for clients such as the UNDP, WBCSD, Rolls-Royce, PayPal, NHS, and Derbyshire County Council. Moreover, my consultancy experience spans to multinational stakeholder groups in countries such as China, Brazil, USA, Spain, Germany, Botswana, Nigeria, and Uganda.
Your Thoughts About Online Learning
Having been a remote staff on multiple consultancy projects, I am passionate about the use of the innovative technology to support stimulating student learning experiences. I love the flexibility of teaching online as it allows multi-cultured students to learn from some of the worlds’ most respected academics coupled with the freedom of working anywhere at any time.
- Doctor of Philosophy of Business Administration (DBA)
- MA (Master of Arts) in Business Administration - MBA
- MA (Master of Arts) in management
- BSC (Hons) in Accounts, Business Management and Computer information systems
- Advanced Diploma in Management Accounting
- Diploma in Programme and Project Management – CMI
- Certificate in Management Consultancy
- Member Chartered Management Institute
- International Association for Business and Society (IABS)
- Reviewer - Expert Centre for Sustainable Business and Development Corporation
Nkiko, C. and Katamba, D. (2015) forthcoming, “sustainable businesses in Developing economies (Uganda)”, in Visser, W. (ed.), The World Guide to Sustainable Enterprise: A country-by-country analysis of responsible business and social entrepreneurship, Wiley International Business Publisher, Chester.
Nkiko, C. (2012), “Globalization and corporate social responsibility”, in D. Katamba, C.Z., Haag, D. and Tushabomwe-Kazooba, C. (eds.), Principles of Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR): a guide for students and practicing managers in developing and emerging countries, 1st ed., Strategic Book Publishing and Rights Co., Houston.
Nkiko, C. and Katamba, D. (2010), “CSR in Uganda”, in Visser, W. (ed.), The World Guide to Corporate Social Responsibility, Wiley International Business Publisher, Chester.
Nkiko, C. and J. Muthuri, (2016) forthcoming In Quest for Responsible Business: The Co-Production of a Stakeholder Engagement Framework by SME Owner-Managers in growing economies. Journal of Business Ethics, 93(2), 181-200 - Forthcoming
Katamba D. Nkiko, C.M. and Ademson., C. (2014), ”Managing stakeholders’ influence on embracing business code of conduct and ethics in a local pharmaceutical company: Case of Kampala Pharmaceutical industries (KPI)" International Journal of Commerce and Management. Vol.26. No.2
Tunner, S and Nkiko, C., 2014 "Strategic Planning for Increasing Profitability: The Case of oil Industry in developing economies", strategic Entrepreneurship Vol. 6, Issue 2. Pg. 114 -163.
Katamba. D, Nkiko, C, Tushabomwe-Kazooba. C, Mpisi. I. Kemeza, (2014) “Integrating corporate social responsibility into efforts to realize the Millennium Development Goals: Lessons from Uganda”. World Journal of Entrepreneurship, Management and Sustainable Development; Vol. 10, Issue 4. Pg. 314 -333
Nkiko, C. (2013), SME owner-managers as key drivers of corporate social responsibility in Uganda, Int. J. Business Governance and Ethics, Vol. 8, No. 4, 376 -400
Nkiko, C. (2013), Stakeholder activism: Rethinking Rights, Participation and Engagement, Journal of Business Ethics, Vol 5, No 1-2, 101-114
Tunner, S and Nkiko, C., 2013 "Strategic co-productive engagement for Increasing Performance: The Case of Marina Industry", Academy of International Business 2013 Annual Meeting Proceedings, Milan, Italy
Katamba. D, Nkiko, C, Tushabomwe-Kazooba. C, Mpisi. I. Kemeza, (2013) “Community Involvement and Development: An inter-marriage of ISO 26000 and Millennium Development Goals”. , International Journal Social Economics, Vol. 41. Issue 9, pg. 837 – 861.
Katamba. D, Nkiko, C, Tushabomwe-Kazooba. C, Mpisi. S.B, Muyimba, A. K, Kekaramu.J.H. (2012). “Corporate Social Responsibility Management in Uganda: Lessons, challenges, and policy implications”. International Journal of Social Economics journal Vol. 39, No.6.
Nkiko, C. M., (2011); Co-productive Stakeholder Engagement: Rethinking the Traditional Engagement model. International Centre for Corporate Social Responsibility Research Paper Series. Nottingham University Business School.
Nkiko, C. M., (2010); Can businesses be citizens? CSR as a metaphor for business participation in communities, Business Ethics Quarterly, Vol 10, No 2, 420-442
Nkiko, C. M and D. Williams, (2009). Towards a critical framework on SME social and environmental responsibility in Africa: The case of Davali region in Botswana. Development, 47(3), 106-113.
ACADEMIC CONFERENCE PAPERS
Nkiko, C.M. (2014), Comparative perspectives on CSR among SMEs, ESRC-funded seminar series on Corporate Social Responsibility among SMEs from emerging/developing economies; Middlesex University, Hendon campus, The Barn; (- 30 April 2014)
Nkiko, C.M. (2013), CSR AND THE FINANCIAL CRISIS, NETWORK Conference, Bangkok, Thailand, 7 November 2013.
Nkiko, C.M. (2013), IS CSRMEETING SOCIAL NEEDS? Goodenough College Meeting Social Needs Conference, London, UK, 25 October 2013.
Nkiko, C.M. (2013), CRITICAL ISSUES IN CSR: An International Perspective, The G8 & G5 Heiligendamm Dialogue Process, Mexico City, Mexico, 23 October 2013.
Nkiko, C.M. (2013), CSR RESEARCH CHALLENGES & CAREER GUIDANCE, European Academy for Business in Society (EABIS) PhD Conference, Ashfield, UK, 13 September 2013.
Nkiko, C.M. (2013), RESPONSIBLE BUSINESS IN DEVELOPING COUNTRIES, Chevening Fellow Programme in Responsible Business, Nottingham University, UK, 12-13 March 2013
Nkiko, C.M. (2012), IS CSR MEETING SOCIAL NEEDS? Good enough College Meeting Social Needs Conference, London, UK, 25 October 2012.
Nkiko, C.M. (2012), The SME Evolution and Corporate Sustainability & Responsibility, Net Impact Europe Conference on Sustainable Prosperity, 12-14 June 2012
Nkiko, C.M. (2011), “Inclusive SMEs making sustainable livelihoods, paper presented at the international Conference On CSR in Sub-Saharan Africa; CSR for Sustainable Economic Development, Lagos Nigeria, 12th -14th December.
Nkiko, C.M. (2011), CRITICAL ISSUES IN CSR: An International Perspective, The G8 & G5 Heiligendamm Dialogue Process, Mexico City, Mexico, 23 October 2011.
Nkiko, C.M. (2010), CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY AND PERSONAL MEANING IN LIFE, European Business Ethics Network (EBEN) Conference, Budapest, Hungary, August 2010.
Nkiko, C.M. (2010), The changing role of sustainable development professionals, The Prince of Wales’s Business and the Environment Programme, Cambridge Programme for Industry, University of Cambridge, UK, 23 September 2010.
Nkiko, C.M. (2009), “The case for strategic philanthropy amongst Sub-Sahara African SMEs”, paper presented at the 5th CSR and Its Impacts CSR Research Symposium, Middlesex University, Middlesex, 22th June.
Nkiko, C.M. (2009), IS CSRMEETING STAKEHOLDERS’ NEEDS? Goodenough College Meeting Social Needs Conference, London, UK, 25 October 2009.
Nkiko, C.M. (2008), “Sustainability through corporate social responsibility activism in Africa: the case of SMEs”, paper presented at the 7th international Conference On Corporate Social Responsibility, Durham Business School, SRRNET, 3rd – 5th September.
Nkiko, C.M. (2008), “Stakeholder driving towards social responsibility SMEs”, paper presented at the European Academy of Business in Society (EABIS) Conference, Cranfield University, Cranfield, 10th – 12th September 2008.
Nkiko, C.M. (2007) Capturing the corporation-society interface: toward a pluralistic view of CSR, Academy of Management Conference, August 2007, Philadelphia
- Traveling – Exploring exotic countries
- Occasional use of the Gym
- Playing piano
Sustainability Management, Corporate Social Responsibility. Sustainable Development, International Development, Strategic Operations Management; Entrepreneurship; Strategic Alliances, Social Enterprises, Globalization, Corporate Governance, General Business Management.