Dr. Vincent Bagire is a senior lecturer in the department of Business Administration at Makerere University Business School, Kampala – Uganda. He obtained his PhD from the University of Nairobi. His teaching and research areas are management, strategy, business administration and corporate strategy. He has written books on management practices and published in journals in the same discipline. He is currently engaged in identifying management research interests regarding the nonprofit sector, particularly NGOs operating in the less developed economies. His current concerns also include management practices among different forms of organization: public, industrial, business and small enterprises – basically to redefine the work of managers; asking the question: what do managers do? This will help redefine management in the African context from the Ugandan perspective. Vincent is a member of the Africa Academy of Management, and a Global representative for Africa region on the committee of the Business Policy and Strategy division of the Academy of Management. He is the contact person for the Association of African Business Schools at Makerere University Business School. He is a Guest editor for Africa for the Transnational Journal of Business, run by the Accreditation Council for Business Schools Programs (ACBSP).