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COUNSELLING RESEARCH CONSULTING INVESTMENT

Dr Kitsoro KINZOUNZA
Partner and the President for CRCI Africa In charge of CRCI Congo

Permanent Secretary of the Capacity Building Project of Universities (PRCU)
Senior Lecturer in Economics and Management at Marien NGouabi University (Brazzaville) Republic of Congo.
Partner and the President of CRCI Africa in Charge of “UNIVERSITY TECHNOPOLIS” Of the INDUSTRIAL SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT CITY BY THE “JEWEL OF AFRICA”

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE
  1. 2009 till date
    • TEAM OF CRCI TASK FORCE for INDUSTRIAL SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT CITY BY THE “JEWEL OF AFRICA” INCLUDING “UNIVERSITY TECHNOPOLIS”
    • Location: Brazzaville
    • Position: International Consultant (Governance, Business Management, Development Strategies)
    • In charge of BUSINESS INCUBATORS and UNIVERSITY TECHNOPOLIS
  2. April 2007 and April 2008:
    • Employed by: Training Programme on the Public sector Management, Libreville (April)
    • Position: Short Term Trainer (2 weeks) on " Governance and Leadership"
  3. May 2007:
    • Employed by: West African Economic and Monetary Union
    • Position: Short Term Consultant (2 weeks) for AfriqueConseil (Project title: "Study on strengthening the management of human resources"
  4. July 2007:
    • Employed by: MarienNGouabi University
    • Position: Permanent Secretary to the university capacity-building Project
  5. September and November 2007
    • Employed by: BujumburaMayor/French cooperation (Embassy of France)
    • Location: Bujumbura (Burundi)
    • Position: Short Term Consultant onLocal governance as applied to Bujumbura city
  6. February-May 2006
    • Employed by: Office Congolaisd’Informatique
    • Position: Chief Consultant to the project: "Office Congolaisd’Informatique: Vision 2010"
  7. July-August 2005
    • Employed by: Abomey-calavi University and Parakou University (Benin Republic)
    • Position: Short Term Consultant (2 weeks) on "Strategic management of Benin National universities"
  8. From 2004
    • Employed by: MarienNGouabi University
    • Position: Chief Consultant to the University capacity-building Project
  9. 2004
    • Employed by: National Council of Negro Women (NCNW)
    • Location: Cotonou (Benin)
    • Position: Short Term Consultant: Chief facilitator for the following workshops:
      • Human Resources Management and Team-building for NGOs network
      • Strategic Planning for NGOs
      • Transformational Leadership
  10. Nov 2003 to February 2004
    • Employed by: World Bank (Transparency and Governance capacity-building Project)
    • Location: Brazzaville (Congo)
    • Position: Short Term Consultant to Roma Corporation (Terms of reference:«Organizational and Institutional Audit of the Management National Center»)
  11. Dec 2003
    • Employed by: World Bank (Transparency and Governance capacity-building Project)
    • Location: Brazzaville
    • Short-term Consultant (Moderator during the workshop on the launching of the Project)
  12. March and August 2003
    • Employed by: Mother and child Hospital (HOMEL)
    • Location: Cotonou (Benin)
    • Position: Short Term Consultant; chief facilitator for the following workshops
      • March: implementing the Strategic and operational Plans
      • Aug: Human ressources and performance management
  13. 2003
    • Employed by: FINADEV (Micro-finance)
    • Location:Cotonou
    • Position: Chief facilitor for strategic planning (2003-2008 strategic Plan) and Operational planning (2003 Action Plan) sessions
  14. From 2000 till 2003
    • Employed by: CRS (Catholic Relief Services)/Cathwell
    • Chief facilitator for the following workshops
      • Feb 2000: "Management and Leadership tools for CRS Managers"
      • 2002: «Performance management»
      • 2003: «Management and Evaluation of individual performance»
  15. From 1999 to 2002
    • Employed by: MCDI (Medical Care Development International)
    • Location: Cotonou
    • Position: Short Term Consultant (Designing and implementing a Total Quality Management Programme)
  16. 2002
    • Employed by: PISEA (Project for the insertion of the unemployed of the agricultural sector)
    • Location: Cotonou
    • Position: Short-Term Consultant
      • Chief facilitator for the following workshops: "Management, Culture and Organizational performance"
      • Chief Consultant for the design and implementation of the Individual performance improvement and evaluation System.
  17. From 1996-2008
    • Employed by: Office Congolaisd’Informatique
    • Location: Brazzaville (Congo)
    • Position: Management Consultant (Organizational Development; Marketing; Strategic and operational Planning; Human resources strategic management).
  18. 1997-1998
    • Employed by: Ministry of Transport and Civil Aviation
    • Location: Pointe-Noire (Congo)
    • Position: Consultant in charge of organizing the recruitment of Managing directors of All enterprises under the Ministry
  19. 1998 till date
    • Employed by: AfriqueConseil (Benin-based consulting firm specialized in Marketing and Management)
    • Position: Technical Adviser
  20. 1995-1998
    • Employed by: Cabinet CONFORMA (Guinea-based consulting firm specialized in Management and ICT training)
    • Location: Conakry
    • Position: Technical Adviser
  21. 1993 (January-July)
    • Employed by: Ministry of Health and Social Services (Human Resources Development Project co-financed by WHO and UNDP)
    • Position: HRD Consultant
  22. 1993-1997
    • Employed by: Ministry in charge of civil service reforms (Benin Government)
    • Location: Cotonou
    • Position: Short Term Consultant (Public Governance and civil service reforms)
  23. 1993-2006
    • Employed by: Observatory of Civil service reforms in Africa (Observatoire des Fonctions publiquesafricaines)
    • Location: Cotonou
    • Position: Short Term Consultant (Public Governance and Civil service reforms)
  24. 1989-1991
    • Employed by: Atlanta Management Institute
    • Location: Atlanta (USA)
    • Position: Executive Vice President and Training Consultant (Training of trainers; Transformational Leadership; Governance; Strategic and operational Management)
  25. 1989-1995
    • Employed by: Nigeria Distilleries Limited
    • Location: Otta (Nigeria)
    • Position: Internal Management Consultant (Training, Quality Control and Export)
  26. 1989-1996
    • Sabbatical leave from MarienNGouabi University
  27. 1983-1988
    • Employed by: Institut International d’AdministrationPublique; Strengthening Health Delivery Systems (SHDS) Project (USAID), Centre de formation et de Recherche en Administration (CAFRAD)
    • Position: Short Term Consultant (Training of trainers; reorientation of Health systems towards Primary Health Care)
  28. 1982-1988
    • Employed by: MarienNGouabi University
    • Location: Brazzaville
    • Position: Director, National School of Public Administration and Magistrature
  29. 1980-1982
    • Employed by: MarienNGouabi University
    • Location: Brazzaville
    • Position: Head, Department of Business Administration
  30. 1980 till date
    • Employed by: MarienNGouabi University
    • Location: Brazzaville
    • Position: Senior Lecturer Management (Governance, Business management, Development Strategies)
    1. DETAILS OF AREAS OF INTERVENTION

      1. Higher Education reforms
        (i) Linking secondary education training programmes with those of higher education
        (ii) Moving from training Universities to development Universities
        (iii) Methodology for designing competency-based University training programmes and university tecnopolis
      2. Training of trainers courses
        (i) Assessing training needs
        (ii) Task analysis
        (iii) Formulating specific learning objectives
        (iv) Designing training contents
        (v) Selecting learning methods and techniques
        (vi) Selecting training aids
        (vii) Selecting evaluation techniques and instruments
        (viii) Micro-training
      3. Governance (Public management)
        (i) Civil service reforms Package
        (ii) Patrimonial state reforms
        (iii) Result-based management
      4. Civil service reforms
        (i) Key basic questions: how many civil servants are there? How much are they paid?
        (ii) Writing procedures manuals
        (iii) Result-based management system (Management by objectives)
        (iv) Promotion through merit
      5. Marketing
        (i) Designing Marketing Plans
        (ii) Managing marketing Plans
        (iii) Creating a Marketing Information System
        (iv) Benchmarking
      6. Communication
        (i) Designing communication Plans
        (ii) Managing communication Plans
      7. Organizational Development
        (i) Designing strategic development
        (ii) Change planning and management
      8. Strategic and operational Planning
        (i) Designing and managing Action Plans and programmes
        (ii) Designing business Plans
        (iii) Putting in place result-based systems

      PUBLICATIONS

      Author of many articles and learning materials in the following areas:
      (i) Training of trainers
      (ii) Capacity building
      (iii) Transformational Leadership
      (iv) Civil service reforms
      (v) Strategic and operational Planning
      (vi) Governance (Public Management)
      (vii) Human Ressources Development
      (viii) Marketing (commercial, social et institutional)
      (ix) EconomicdevelopmentStrategies
      (x) Institutional and organizational Audit
      (xi) Organizational Development
      (xii) Designing training Policies, Plans and Programmes
      (xiii) Total Quality management Programmes
      (xiv) Health systems management
      (xv) Higher Education Reforms
      (xvi) Organization and methods

      COUNTRIES WHERE I WORKED

      1. Nigeria (1989-1995)
      2. USA (1989, 1990 and 1991)
      3. Guinea-Conakry (1995-1998)
      4. Benin (1993- till date)
      5. Namibia (January-July 1993)
      6. Gabon (1983, 1987, 2007, 2008)
      7. Burkina (1985, 2007 et 2008)
      8. South Africa (1996)
      9. Mozambique (1996)
      10. Mali (1987 and 1996)
      11. Côte-d’Ivoire (1985, 1986, 1989 and 1992)
      12. Marocco (1985)
      13. Burundi (2007)
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