Senior Lecturer/Director of Planning
|Dr. Gilliard Loth|
|Senior Lecturer/Director of Planning|
|Faculty of Business Administration in the Department of Accounting and Finance|
PhD (2012) OUT,
MBA (2005) UDSM,
MA Demography(1999) UDSM,
BA Economic (Hons)(1996) UDSM.
Dr. Loth has done a number of researches on management of human resources. He has also been involved in a number of consultancies on human resources, customer satisfaction surveys, poverty alleviation etc.
His research interests are centered on the broad area of the business studies. He is generally interested in the management of corporations including all work organizations; customer management and satisfaction, leadership and economic development; and how these can help wed knowledge with socio-economic development.
Factors Affecting Labour Turnover in the Private and Public Sectors: The Case of Mkuranga District.
- 2015: Chapter titled “The Application of OPRAS in Tanzanian Universities: Prospects and Challenges”, in Enhanced Delivery of Higher Education through a Blended Modes and Strategic Leadership, a book written in honour of Prof. Tolly Mbwette 2015
- 2013: Critical Assessment of the Existing Staff Appraisal Systems Among Universities in Tanzania: Tumaini University Dar es Salaam College, Law and Management Journal
- 2013: Factors affecting the management of staff performance appraisal function in universities: Tumaini University Dar es Salaam College, Law and Management Journal
- 2009: Challenges in managing students’ accommodation in Tanzanian Universities: Tumaini University Dar es Salaam College, Law and Management Journal
- 2008: Factors Inhibiting the Effective Management of the Performance Appraisal Function in Tanzanian Work Organizations: The Case of University of Dar Es Salaam Tumaini University Dar es Salaam College, Law and Management Journal
Dr. Loth has vast experience in this area. He has conducted a number of seminars and workshops on:
- Visionary leadership
- Management of change
- Corporate management/leadership
- Customer Care