Dr. Alfred A. Sarbah

Dr. Alfred A. Sarbah
Staff Grade: 
Education: 

PhD. Multinational Enterprise Management, University of Electronic Science & Technology, China, 2015

MA Industrial Management, Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST)

PG Dip. Management (UK),

Barrister at Law, BL (GH), Ghana School of Law

Bachelor of Laws(LL.B.) (Hons);

BA (Hons) Social Sciences,

Professional Membership: 
International Professional Managers Association (IPMA-UK); Ghana Bar Association (GBA); Ashanti Bar Association (ABA);
Teaching Areas: 
  • Strategic Management;
  • Management & Organisations;
  • Principles of Management;
  • Business Law;
  • Corporate & Commercial Law;
  • Industrial Relations.
Conferences Attended: 

September 2013

  • Policy Consistency: Incentives to Innovation and Capital Formation:  Professor Finn E. Kydland, Department of Economics of the University of California in Santa Barbara (“2004 Nobel Prize in Economics) at University of Electronic Science & Technology of China, Chengdu, P. R. China.
  • Policy Consistency and National Economic Growth:  Professor Finn E. Kydland, Department of Economics of the University of California in Santa Barbara (“2004 Nobel Prize in Economics) at University of Electronic Science & Technology of China, Chengdu, P. R. China.

August 2013

  • ALFRED SARBAH & Prof. XIAO WEN, “Leasing, an alternative source of funding for Entrepreneurs in Ghana”, Instituto Universitário de Lisboa (ISCTE-IUL), Entrepreneurship Summer University Conference and Doctoral Programme 2013 (ESU 2013), Lisbon, Portugal, 19th – 23rd August 2013.
  • ALFRED SARBAH & Prof. XIAO WEN, “The Importance of Trust in the Development of Entrepreneurship”, Instituto Universitário de Lisboa (ISCTE-IUL), Entrepreneurship Summer University Conference and Doctoral Programme 2013 (ESU 2013), Lisobon Portugal, 19th – 23rd August 2013.

September 2012

  • Macroeconomic Policy and Labour Market:  Professor Christopher A Pissarides, London School of Economics (“2010 Nobel Prize in Economics) at the University of Electronic Science & Technology of China, School of Management and Economics September 16-17, 2012
  • Understanding Unemployment in Recession and Recovery: Professor Christopher A Pissarides, London School of Economics (“2010 Nobel Prize in Economics) at the University of Electronic Science & Technology of China, School of Management and Economics September 16-17, 2012
  • Rethinking Trust in organisations:  Why do we still trust when our willingness to trust often gets us into trouble.

October 2012

  • Exploration and Exploitation in Organizational Learning by Muhammad Imran Hanif, PhD Candidate, University of Electronic Science & Technology of China.
  • Exploratory Innovation, Exploitative Innovation, and Performance: Effects of Organizational Antecedents and Environmental Moderators Presented by Khan Aana Akbar and Samule Addae Boateng PhD Candidate, University of Electronic Science & Technology of China.
  • Managing Strategic Contradictions: A Top Management Model for Managing Innovation Streams Presented by Gbongli Komlan PhD Candidate, University of Electronic Science & Technology of China.
  • How to Link Strategic Vision to Core Capabilities: Presented by Franco Jesus Serrano, PhD Candidate, University of Electronic Science & Technology of China.
  • Organization Linkages for Surviving Technological Change: Complementary Assets, Middle Management, and Ambidexterity: Presented by Nyamah Yeboah, PhD Candidate, University of Electronic Science & Technology of China.
  • The Product Family and the Dynamics of Core Capability: Presented by Evelyn Enchill, PhD Candidate, University of Electronic Science & Technology of China.

September 2011

  • Drafting Oil & Gas Agreement, Ghana Bar Association (Continuing Legal Education) September 2011

March 2011

  • Workshop on Academic Writing Skills at Kumasi Polytechnic on 28-29 March 2011

February 2011

  • Workshop on Writing of Distance Learning Manuals in February 2011

December 2010

  • The Role of Corporate Social Responsibility and Occupational Health & Safety in improving corporate efficiency and reducing poverty;  Organised by the University of Ghana Business School, University of Tanzania and the World Health Organisation Dec. 1-3, 2010

September 2010

  • Policy Dialogue Conference on The Potential of Employment Generation through Knowledge Transfer Partnership in Ghana, Organised by the British Council of Ghana, Sept. 30 2010

August 2010

  • Kumasi polytechnic representative on the Regional Consultation and Public hearing of Constitutional Review process, August 30 2010.
Publications: 
  • SARBAH , A ., QUAYE , I . and AFFUM - OSEI , E . (2016) Corporate Governance in Family Businesses: The Role of the Non-Executive and Independent Directors. Open Journal of Business and Management, 4, 14-35. http://dx.doi.org/10.4236/ojbm.2016.41003
  • SARBAH, A ., & XIAO, W . (2015). Good Corporate Governance Structures : A Must for Family Businesses. Open Journal of Business and Management,2(January), 40–57.
  • QUAYE, I ., OSEI, A ., & SARBAH, A . (2015). Examining The Application Of The Learning School Model of Strategy Formulation To Organizations (Strategy Formulation as an Emergent Process. Open Journal of Business and Management, 3(2), 231–249.
  • SARBAH, A., & Prof. XIAO WEN, “Good Corporate Governance Structures: A must for Family Businesses”, Open Journal of Business and Management 12/2014; Volume 2(No. 4)
  • SARBAH, A., FOKOUH, S. K., OBENG, E., & QUAYE, I., “Managing City Logistics in Ghana: Trends, Developments and its Implications to City Dwellers”, International Journal of Economics, Commerce and Management. 11/2014; Volume II (Issue 11)
  • QUAYE, I., ABROKWAH, E., SARBAH, A,  OSEI, J. Y., Bridging the SME Financing Gap in Ghana: The Role of Microfinance Institutions”, Open Journal of Business and Management, Volume 2 (issue 4) 10/2014;
  • ABROKWAH , E ., QUAYE , I ., OMONDI , C ., OSEI , J . Y . & SARBAH , A ., The Use of Information Technology (IT) among Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs) In Financial Reporting: Evidence from Ghana, British Journal of Economics, Management & Trade, Vol.: 8, Issue.: 4
  • QUAYE , I ., OSEI , A ., SARBAH , A ., & ABROAKWA , E ., “ The Application Of The Learning School Model Of Strategy Formulation To Organizations (Strategy Formulation as an Emergent Process)”, Open Journal of Business and Management, 4/2015; Volume 3 (No. 2)
  • SARBAH , A ., & Prof. XIAO W ., “ Good Corporate Governance Structures: A must for Family Businesses”, Open Journal of Business and Management 1/2015; Volume 3 (No. 1).
  • SARBAH, A., YEBAH, P., QUAYE, I., OBENG, E., “Improving the Socio-Economic Development of the people of Jasikan in Ghana: The Role of the Catholic Diocese”, International Journal of Economics, Commerce and Management. 09/2014; Volume II (Issue 9):1.
  • SARBAH, A., QUAYE, I., OTU-NYARKO, D., ADDAI-DWOMOH, C., “Assessing the effectiveness of the Online Registration Process of the National Service Scheme in the Ashanti Region of Ghana.” International Journal of Advanced Research in Management and Social Sciences ISSN: 2778-6236. 08/2014; Volume 3(Issue 7):63-38.
  • SARBAH, A., & OTU-NYARKO, D., “An Overview of the Design School of Strategic Management (Strategy Formulation as a Process of Conception)” Open Journal of Business and Management 07/2014; Volume 2(No. 3):231-249.
  • QUAYE, I. & SARBAH, A., “Assessing Alternative Sources of Financing for Small & Medium Scale Enterprises in Ghana: Case Study of Savings & Loans Companies in the Greater Accra Region of Ghana.” International Journal of Advancements in Research & Technology. 07/2014; Volume 3(Issue 7):123.
  • SARBAH, A. & XIAO W. PhD., “Corporate Governance Practices in Ghanaian Family Businesses; A Conceptual Framework”,  International   Journal  of Advancements   in Research  & Technology,  Volume  3, Issue 1, January 20l4; 100
  • SARBAH, A. & XIAO W. PhD., “The Importance  Of Trust In The Development  Of Entrepreneurship”, International   Journal  of Advancements   in Research  & Technology,  Volume  2, Issue 12, December-20l3; 230
  • SARBAH, A. & XIAO W. PhD., “Financing Family Businesses in Ghana: Challenges and the Way Forward”,  International Journal of Advanced Research in Management and Social Sciences, Vol. 2 , No. 12 , December 2013; 177
  • OFORI, D., SARBAH, A. FOKUOH, S. K., “Mobile Number Portability in Ghana: Its Effect on Subscribers”, International   Journal  of Advancements   in Research  & Technology,  Volume  2, Issue 12, December-20l3; 159

Published Books

  • SARBAH , A. & QUAYE , I. (2015), Adopting the Learning School Model in Strategy Formulation, Lambert Academic Publishing, Germany. ISBN : 978-3-659-76132.
  • ALFRED SARBAH (2014), An Overview of the Design School of Strategic Management, Lambert Academic Publishing, Germany. ISBN: 978-3-659-48126-0