PhD alumnus Tewelde Mezgobo Ghrmay has published two articles in the International Journal of Teaching and Case Studies. The first article is titled “New public management and path dependence in public organizations in Ethiopia: a multiple case study.” The study was designed to document how public organization managers in Ethiopia adopt new public management (NPM) to improve services and social outcomes for low-income populations. See the abstract here. The second article, “Leadership skills, styles, characteristics and behaviours of Mohammed Lalle,” is a qualitative case study of the leadership traits and characteristics of Mohammed Lalle of Afar Water WorksAfar Water Works Construction Enterprise (AFWWCE). Using interviews with AFWWCE managers, the study attempts to uncover the skills and behaviors that have made Lalle effective in transforming the organization. Access the abstract here.