Henry Kofi Mensah

  • Lecturer

  • PhD Organisational Development, MSc Development Management and B.A. (Economics and Sociology)
  • +233(0)202525004
  • hkmensah@knust.edu.gh / henbil25@yahoo.com
  • KSB Building Room TF 23
  • Full-Time

Dr. Henry Kofi Mensah is a lecturer with the Department of Human Resources and Organisational Development at the KNUST School of Business (KSB). He teaches various courses in management and organisational development. His research interest spans from Social Responsibility, Employee Development, Business and Community interactions and Sustainability. He is also involved in supervision of both undergraduate and postgraduate research supervision. He holds a PhD in Organisational Development from KNUST - Kumasi, MSc. in Development Management from University of Agder, Norway and a B. A. in Social Science (Economics and Sociology). Has research experience on developing nations including those of Sub-Saharan Africa. A good communicator, who has demonstrated high degree of self-initiative and enjoy the challenge of tight schedules and ever-prepared to learn new things from every opportunity and criticism.

List of Publications

  • Mensah, H. K., Azinga, S. A. and Sodji, J. A (2015): Challenges Faced By Small And Medium-Size Enterprises In Accessing Credit Facilities From Financial Institutions: An Empirical Assessment Incorporating The Perceptions Of Both Borrowers And Financiers. International Journal of Economics, Commerce and Management, United Kingdom Vol. III, Issue 11, 250-275, ISSN 2348 0386. 
  • Mensah, H. K., Akouko, K. O. and Ellis, F (2016): An Empirical Assessment of Health Workers’ Organisational Commitment in Ghana: A Comparative Analysis. International Journal of Business and Management, Vol. 11, No. 3, 183-192, ISSN 1833-3850 E-ISSN 1833-8119. doi:10.5539/ijbm.v11n3p183  
  • Azinga, S. A., Mensah, H. K., (2016): A Trend Analysis of the Patronage of the E-Zwich Cashless System in Ghana for the Period 2008-2014. International Journal of Economics and Finance. Vol. 8, No. 5, 86-94, ISSN 1916-971X   E-ISSN 1916-9728. Doi:10.5539/ijef.v8n5p86
  • Mensah, H. K., Asiamah. N. & Mireku, K. (2016): Empirical Assessment of the Effect of Organizational Justice Delivery on Organizational Commitment: Controlling for Key Confounding Variables. Journal of Global Responsibility, 7(2). doi.org/10.1108/JGR-06-2016-0015 
  • Mensah, H. K., Adoma Fosu F. and Oteng-Abayie, E. F. (2016):  Occupational Stresssors among University Non-Academic Staff: Results from a Representative Public University in Ghana. International Journal of Business Excellence, Vol. x, No. x, xxxx [FORTHCOMING]
  • Asiamah, N., Mensah, H. K. and Oteng-Abayie, E. F. (2016): Health Workers’ Emotional Intelligence Development: An Examination of the Potential Roles of Tenure, Education and Training. International Journal of Research in Nursing. *(*):*** *** DOI: 10.3844/ijrnsp.2016.***.*** [FORTHCOMING]


Description of Research Interest

My research interest span from Social Responsibility of business, Business and Community interactions and Sustainability, Organizational Justice systems, Employee Innovations and Development to Occupational Health and Safety.


Courses Taught:

  • MAS 262: Business Ethics & Corporate Social Responsibility
  • MGT 371: Principles of Management
  • MAS 361: Theories in Management
  • MAS 455: Human Resource Information Systems
  • MAS 366: Creativity & Innovations Management
  • MAS 368: Leadership & Management
  • ECON 513: Industrial Ethics
  • UMS 557: Financial & Human Resource Management


Selected Projects Supervised

  • Assessing the effect of Organizational Citizenship Behavior on Organizational Performance: a case of selected banks in Kumasi
  • An Assessment Of Occupational Health And Safety Uptake Among Artisanal Miners In Ghana
  • The Effect Of Transformational And Transactional Leadership Styles On Employee Commitment At Valley View University
  • Deficiency In Managerial Skills And Its Impact On Decentralization In Ghana: A Case Of The Asante Akim Central Municipality
  • Understanding The Disaster–Development Continuum: A Gender Analysis Of Selected Flood Prone Communities In The Accra Metropolis
  • Etc


Print page