This is an update on the new Tekedia Institute’s course – “Stakeholder Capitalism: Umunneoma Economics & Igbo Apprenticeship System”. I also confirm that we have received interests from universities from around the world to syndicate it. Ohaneze Ndi Igbo is providing support on this course. We expect the course to be completed later in the year. But any Tekedia Mini-MBA member, past, present and future, will have access to it.
The Igbo Apprenticeship System (IAS) component of the course has three core parts:
- Igbo worldwide view
- Commerce and development
- Community and responsibility
After the course, the next phase would be working with those who write secondary school economics textbooks to add “Umunneoma Economics & Igbo Apprenticeship System ”. I have already put a note that WAEC needs to consider adding that in its curriculum, as it promises to become a framework in the modern stakeholder capitalist future. My BBC interview and Harvard Business Review piece were well-received.
We’re making a case that African business frameworks, not just IAS, should be part of our school curriculum.
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