Felix Adamu Nandonde

Felix Adamu Nandonde is a Lecturer in Marketing, at Sokoine University of Agriculture,Morogoro, Tanzania. Felix has graduated with PhD in Business Economics from Aalborg University in Denmark, an MSc from Newcastle University-upon Tyne, UK and Bachelor of Business Administration from Mzumbe University, Tanzania. He teaches undergraduate courses: Business Communication and Business Strategy and Management Strategy for MBA Evening. He also teaches International Marketing of Agribusiness Products for MBA- Agribusiness. Mr Nandonde was the Executive Coordinator of AB Consult a consultancy firm based at the School of Agricultural Economics and Business Studies at Sokoine University of Agriculture in Tanzania. He is currently the co-founder and the Managing Director of the GMF Business Research Academy a private consultancy firm based in Tanzania. Mr Nandonde is also a General Secretary of Agricultural Economic Society of Tanzania (AGREST).

His research works appeared in Journal of African Business, DBA African Management Review, Ethiopian Journal of Business and Economics, British Food Journal, Journal of Language, Technology & Entrepreneurship in Africa, FIIB Business Review, Journal of Global Business and Organizational Excellence, Journal of Transnational and Corporation Review and International Journal of Retail & Distribution Management. Felix has published seven book chapters with IGI Global, Springer International, Routledge, Elsevier and Degruyter publishers. Mr. Nandonde has authored a handbook of Business Communication Skills with Mzumbe Book Project, Morogoro, Tanzania. Before joining academia he worked with National Bank of Commerce (NBC) 1997, Tanzania Limited as Sales Consultant Business Banking. Mr Nandonde has presented paper in various international conferences: Makerere Business School (Uganda), AIB-SSA at RIARA Business School (Kenya), York School of Management (UK), Aarhus Business School and Aalborg University (Denmark). He is a member of various international organisations that include Academy of International Business, Association for Business Communication, Africa Academy of Management Science and Research Network Africa (RAN).