My book is ready but team has noted that it will finish Tekedia migration to Amazon Web Services (AWS) tomorrow. Backup had already been taken. This particular post will possibly be lost after the restoration (we will re-post via a new permalink post-restore); same goes for this and this. I am doing minor post updates until the site is fully migrated.
The decision to migrate to AWS is to ensure the best possible service on a subscription product. The book will go live on Tuesday before 7am New York time. I am very confident that all potential issues on AWS migration will be fixed by then.
The Table of Contents
This is our working Table of Contents. All will be made live on Monday.
Africa’s Sankofa Innovation
- About the Author – Ndubuisi Ekekwe, PhD
- 1.0 Innovation for Development
- 1.1 Africa’s Need for Knowledge Creation
- 1.2 Triple Helix Partnership for Innovation
- 2.0 Rekindling the Innovation Spirit, Charting a Way Forward
- 2.1 Evidence in rekindling the innovation spirit
- 2.2 Charting a Way Forward
- 2.3 Learning from Other Global Regions
- 3.0 Why is innovation important for a new African economy?
- 3.1 Africa’s Need for Innovation
- 3.1.1 New Innovation Process Africa Can Participate
- 3.2 Innovation Economy for Africa
- 3.3 What Can Africa Do To Build Innovation Economy?
- 4.0 The geography of S&T innovation in Africa
- 4.1 The Rise of Startups in Africa
- 4.2 Innovation Spaces in Africa
- 5.0 Regional innovation competitiveness, Shaping Tomorrow
- 6.0 The rise of Africa’s Makers
- 7.0 Case Studies – The African innovation spirit
- 8.0 Assessing Africa’s opportunities as an innovation-oriented economy
- 8.1 Africa’s Opportunities as an Innovation-Oriented Economy
- 8.2 Sustaining an Innovation-Oriented Economy
- 9.0 Strategies for building innovation ecosystem in Africa
- 9.1 Building Africa’s Innovation Ecosystems
- 10.0 Africa’s next innovation frontiers
- 10.1 Key Elements of Frontier Cities
- 10.2 Some Upcoming Technology Villages in Africa
- 10.3 Innovation Frontier Sectors
- 11.0 Emerging technologies for Africa
- 12.0 Startup Innovation Case Studies
- 13.0 – Possible Steps
- 13.1 General
- 13.2 Continental-Level Institutions
- 13.3 Regional Economic Communities
- 13.4 Private Sector and Investors
- 13.5 Incubators, Accelerators and Hubs
- 13.6 African Innovators
- 13.7 Special Institutions
- Archives of Regular Exclusive Articles
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