Staff Profiles

Mrs. Jane Sentshogeng Matshosi Gaamangwe Matshosi Monyake

Management Development Program: USB Executive Development, RSA

Msc. in Business Administration: University of Illinois, USA

Professional Skills Development Program: Arthur D Little, USA

Diploma in Applied International Management Development Program: IFL, SWEDEN

BCom: University of Botswana 

Currently a Business Management and Entrepreneurship Lecturer in Management Department since 2014, Ms. Jane Monyake has also worked for the University of Botswana since 1996 as a Part-Time Lecturer/Tutor for Cost and Financial Accounting, Small Business Management and Entrepreneurship & New Business Formation. Prior to joining UB, she worked for several years (more than two decades) in the public and private sectors holding various positions (including the position of a Chief Executive Officer), and has served in various boards in these sectors (e.g. BOMAID, Women Finance House Botswana, Junior Achievement Botswana, UB School of Public Health, Goodnews Ministries, Kwena Rocla, Bolux Milling, Makoro Brick & Tile, etc.  She has contributed to the various faculty and departmental projects and research efforts by co-authoring conference papers and journal articles in in the areas of entrepreneurship, strategic management, industrial relations, and tourism. She has also served in symposiums, conferences and workshops committees where she served as a reviewer, committee member, adjudicator, and facilitator/resource person (e.g. HRDC, BIH, SEZA).  Presently she serves as an External Moderator for College of Education Joint Examination Board (Business Management), the Chairperson of the Botswana Senior Secondary Business Management & Entrepreneurship Standing Committee, Advisory Board Member Tourism Licensing Board, and Adjudicator JAB National Best Business Exposé.

Undergraduates Courses:

Business Management:

  • Small Business Management
  • Strategic Management
  • Organizational Design and Development
  • Foundation of Leadership
  • Leadership & Teamwork
  • Principles of Management
  • Managing in a Global Business Environment


  • Fundamentals of Entrepreneurship
  • New Venture Creation
  • Franchising
  • Managing Growing enterprises

Postgraduates Courses: EMENT

  • Managing Growth
  • Introduction to Entrepreneurship & Innovation
  • Enterprise Finance

  • Assessing the Impact of Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) on Economic Growth in Botswana 1998-2013”: A Comparative Analysis Using Porters’ Framework:Botswana and Rwanda.
  • Border Control Governance Issues: Botswana Customs Administration Management Dilemma.
  • Challenges of Managing Growing SMEs In Botswana.
  • Does Rural Entrepreneurship Solve Societal or Community Problems: Botswana SMMEs.
  • Rehabilitation of a Social Enterprise: Development of a Turnaround Strategy for Oodi Weavers (Action Researc

  • Implementation of the Strategy - Department of Crop Production
  • Factors Affecting the Performance of SMEs: Gaborone Women Owned SMEs
  • Factors Influencing Batswana Women in Decision Making Processes
  • PPP: Investigation of the Cause of Low Uptake in Botswana from a Private Sector Perspective
  • Impact of the Implementation of the Micro Lending Regulations on Operations of Micro Lenders and Consumers
  • Declining Students’ Academic Performance in Government Secondary Schools in Gaborone, Botswana

Journals/Articles (co-authored)

  • An Overview of Outsourcing and Strategic Alliances as an Effective Contemporary Business Strategic Tools for Start-ups and Small Businesses in Botswana
  • Tourism Product Diversification: The Future Economic Stimulant for Botswana
  • How Unions Get Rich While Workers Get Poor
  • GEM Botswana National Study on Entrepreneurship Report in 2015

Conference Proceedings (co-authored)

  • Entrepreneurship Development as a Strategic Tool for Poverty Alleviation: Lessons for Botswana
  • Cooperative Strategies: The Ultimate Business Solution for Start-ups and Small & Medium Businesses (SMEs) In Botswana
  • Economic Diversification Versus Product Diversification: Botswana’s Lost Opportunity to Diversify Tourism with ‘Lesedi La Rona’: Lessons from The Mona Lisa” - Extract


In pursuit of academic excellence