Daniel Frimpong
Office Location: 
Graduate Block, Room GB S1

Prof. Dan Ofori is a Project and Applied Management Specialist with considerable teaching, research and consulting experience in Strategy & Corporate Social Responsibility, Project Management, Human Resource Management, and General Management. He is currently an Associate Professor at the University of Ghana Business School, Legon where he teaches courses in: Project Management, Project Evaluation, Human Resource Management, Strategic Management, Business Policy and General Management at both the postgraduate (Executive MBA, MBA, MPhil and MA) and undergraduate levels. His research and consulting interests include firm strategy and policy, project management policies and methods, success and failure, corporate social responsibility and corporate governance. He has consulted for a wide range of clients including: the Ministry of Trade & Industry; Ministry of Lands, Forestry & Mines; the Ministry of Communications, the World Bank; German Development Organisation (GTZ-GIZ); Netherlands Development Association (SNV); Royal Netherlands Embassy; UNICEF; Reach for Change; and CDD-Ghana. He has also worked as a Project Manager with Dyslexia International; Senior Analyst with Lernout & Hauspie; and Market Analyst with Frost & Sullivan, all in Brussels, Belgium and with the Ministry of Work and Pensions in the UK. He has managed and led research, consultancy and governance assignments in the academic, public, NGO, SME and private sectors. He has numerous conference and workshop presentations both nationally and internationally and has published in Thunderbird International Business Review, Library Review, Corporate Governance, African Journal of Business and Economic Research and Acta Commercii, among others. He serves on boards and committees and as an external examiner nationally and internationally. He is a consultant with the National Accreditation Board (NAB), Ghana, and serves as an advisory Board Member of (USB-ED) the University of Stellenbosch Business School Centre for Business in Society.