Daniel M.
Senior Lecturer
Office Location: 
Room S10

Dr. Daniel M. Quaye is a senior lecturer at the University of Ghana Business School. He lectures in Entrepreneurship, Business Plans & Innovation Management. He has experience in both industry and academia, particularly in enterprise development strategies, business innovation approaches and business planning. He has offered input towards shaping Ghana’s trade policy and the Rural Enterprise Scheme. He has promoted Ghanaian investment overseas, and was the co-organiser and principal speaker at the “Ghana Gold Seminar”, held in Melbourne, Australia. He led an Australian investment tour to Ghana. He contributed to the “Restructuring Report on National Board for Small Scale-Industries’. He has been on several international trade assignments. He has advised several CEOs in industry and trained hundreds of SME owners. He is an expert in designing microfinance schemes, including credit delivery; savings mobilisation and capacity building.
He was a member of the participating team of the Global Entrepreneurship Congress, held in Moscow and was the resource person at the First African Enterprise Educators Conference, held at the Lagos Business School. He is the developer of the “Write Your Own Business Plan” software. He managed the Centre for Management Research & Professional Development and the Enterprise Development Service (University of Ghana Business School). He was the Regional Coordinator of English-speaking Africa for the Executive Master’s in Development Policies and Practices program. He served on the Academic Board and Ethical Board of the University of Ghana. He has served on the board of various Ghanaian companies.
Dr. Quaye holds a PhD from Deakin University (Australia), a Master’s degree from the University of Queensland (Australia), and a Bachelor’s degree from the University of Canberra(Australia). He holds the certificate in Executive Management from Cranfield |University and the Certificate in Implementing Enterprise-wide Transformation Program from MIT Sloan School of Management. He has presented referred papers at several conferences.