Tekedia Institute Introducing A Course on “Igbo Apprenticeship System”

Tekedia Institute Introducing A Course on “Igbo Apprenticeship System”

We put the Igbo Apprenticeship System into the pages of Harvard Business Review as a framework within the global construct of stakeholder capitalism. From BBC to Economist, we have put efforts to inform global leaders that Africa has what they are looking for. In 2022, Tekedia Institute will unveil a new course with focus on learning, developing, mastering and understanding the Igbo Apprenticeship System (IAS). 

Yes, we have developed manuals, cases, and videos to help practitioners and business leaders to understand what drives the Igbos, and how any participant can master the heritage and advance the wealth in communities.

Simply, while you master the Adam Smith-inspired current economic system, you must also pay attention to the Umunneoma (“good brethren”) Economics-anchored IAS. IAS has a promise to usher a livable future of shared prosperity at scale.

The Igbo Apprenticeship System is a business philosophy of shared prosperity where participants co-opetitively participate to attain organic economic equilibrium where accumulated market leverageable factors are constantly weighted and calibrated out, via dilution and surrendering of market share, enabling social resilience and formation of livable clusters, engineered by major participants funding their competitors, with success measured on quantifiable support to stakeholders, and not by absolute market dominance.

This course will advance Tekedia Institute’s mission: to discover and make scholars, noble, bright, and useful“.

The Platform – Why I Said the Igbo Apprenticeship System is the World’s Best Business Framework



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3 thoughts on “Tekedia Institute Introducing A Course on “Igbo Apprenticeship System”

  1. It’s about time, that for decades we do not have African inspired economic models is both indecipherable and puzzling, it’s part of the colonial banditry that refused to go away.

    The only sustainable and enriching economic and political systems are those that are homegrown, because cultures differ, you only copy where necessary and adapt accordingly.

    We are making progress, albeit slowly.

    Keep them coming…


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