I'm a PhD student at Nottingham Trent University. My research topic examines the influence of social media on the fusion of strategies within organisation. I am also engaged with research on social media as an alternative civic space. This allows me to bring my Information System (IS) perspective on political science and development studies.
Previously, I worked as a management consultant at Bumaco Limited. I hold a Bachelor of Economics from Nottingham Trent University and Masters of Finance and Management from Loughborough University. I am business oriented. I've worked on finance and retail service. Earlier, I engaged myself with startup business which gave me a lot of experience in building capital and maintaining growth. I run an Etsy Shop named after my mums brand Kwayu Fashion. On my shop I sell different handmade product from different parts of the world including Ghana and Tanzania
My passion is politics for development. I deeply believe education is a wheel for development in any society.
Kwayu, S., Lal, B. and Abubakre, M., 2018. Enhancing organisational competitiveness via social media-a strategy as practice perspective. Information Systems Frontiers, 20(3), pp.439-456.
Kwayu, S., Lal, B. and Abubakre, M., 2018, June. The Influence of Social Media on Engendering Strategic Organisational Practices–The Case of Two Tanzanian Telecommunications Companies. In International Working Conference on Transfer and Diffusion of IT (pp. 47-59). Springer, Cham.
Kwayu, S., Lal, B. and Abubakre, M., 2018. The Impact of Social Media on Internal Communications in the Tanzanian Telecom Industry. In Emerging Markets from a Multidisciplinary Perspective (pp. 119-131). Springer, Cham.
Kwayu, S., Lal, B. and Abubakre, M., 2016, September. Strategy Reformation? Materialization of Social Media in Telecom Industry. In Conference on e-Business, e-Services and e-Society (pp. 31-41). Springer, Cham.