A New Course: Stakeholder Capitalism: Umunneoma Economics & Igbo Apprenticeship System

A New Course: Stakeholder Capitalism: Umunneoma Economics & Igbo Apprenticeship System

Today, Tekedia Institute is very happy to announce that a new course is coming titled “Stakeholder Capitalism: Umunneoma Economics & Igbo Apprenticeship System”. After my BBC World Service interview and the Harvard Business Review article, both ran this week, many people from the around have asked me questions.

As a school of the future, Tekedia will work with the custodian of this business framework, Ohaneze Ndi Igbo, to develop a course on Umunneoma Economics & Igbo Apprenticeship System within the framework of global stakeholder capitalism.

We expect this course to be completed later in the year. But any member, past, present and future, will have access to it.

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2 thoughts on “A New Course: Stakeholder Capitalism: Umunneoma Economics & Igbo Apprenticeship System

  1. Read the article much earlier today, 1278 precious words- No repetition, great!

    The last sentence are beyond words,” …but for the Igbos and some Africans, it is a working system which has brought equality and peaceful coexistence in communities, making sure that no one leaves his or her brethren behind”.

    It would have been funny if the institute who lead faculty that pushed the idea not teaches the course; I am attending, and am certain it would be awesome.

    Village boy, God blesses your brain.

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