In business, politics and even our normal daily life, we need to exhibit the principle of systems thinking. It is not an academic speak or principle. It is the real reason some societies solve their problems in a more sustainable manner than others. Most bad
On this day in 2015, after marathon vigil and vigilance, I rejoiced as GEJ’s era ended. I have absolutely no regrets for supporting the movement that ousted an uninspiring, weak and corrupt government. Human beings have an attribute that can both be positive and negative.
It is no longer news that the Nigerian U-17 soccer team known as the Golden Eaglets won the FIFA U-17 World cup for a record five times on 08-11-2015. The lads retained the cup won by their predecessors in UAE 2013. Chile 2015 is the
“Politicians are all corrupt”. This statement is very popular with most of us and we are quick to expose the rot in the political class. In Africa, one of our first conscious discoveries is that you can never trust a politician and that they have
Formulating a winning strategy is not rhetoric or some form of brainy activity just just to show your company has MBAs. In fact, the best strategy formulation are the ones that come from understanding the market through the eyes of a substantial part of your
The mobile communication industry in Africa can be rightly described as a great enabler of the shift in the African story to the positive. Countries such as Nigeria had no solid Telecommunication service before the introduction of GSM in 2001. The story is similar in
I am a student of Systems Thinking. When a problem or challenge happens, my first instinct is not to look at the problem itself but dig deeper to understand the root cause. Using that route in problem solving ensures that you do not waste your
I am congratulating Nigeria, Africa and the world at large on the successful election that was supposed to turn very violent. It is a proud moment for all Africans and not just Nigerians. We have proved that it is possible for Africans to conduct elections
I am proudly Nigerian! I have been a member of the Nigerian diaspora community since 2008. I left Nigeria in the way and manner that brings glory to a country. My services were required by a South African company and I served as a Consultant
A few years ago, we woke up to a SMS warning us not to pick calls from certain numbers. The result of picking a call from these numbers is certain death! The unfortunate soul would cough blood and die, according to the SMS. Just after
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Ayobami Oladejo has been known to promote the use of ICT as a veritable tool for development right from his University days as the president of the departmental society. He bought his association’s first computer system and became the first departmental society in his University