PhD Student at the University of Cape Town
The role of organisational factors on knowledge retention in a public organisation
Knowledge management, Knowledge retention, strategic management, ICTs
Joshua Azaki is a PhD student with the iCOMMS research team at the Department of Information Systems, University of Cape Town (UCT), South Africa. His current PhD research is investigating the organisational factors that affect knowledge retention in a public organisation. He has over a decade of IT experience in both private and public organisations. He has consulted for the World Wildlife Fund, South Africa in a co-design project as one of the lead facilitators. He has also served as a Senior Teaching and Research Assistant and tutor at the Department of Information Systems. Joshua has a Master’s degree in Information Systems from UCT and Bachelor’s degree in Computer Science from Nasarawa State University Keffi, Nigeria. He is currently the GeJuSTA Project Manager (GeJuSTA | Gender Justice in STEM). He enjoys networking, teaching, research, and mentoring activities.