Greetings. The Tekedia Institute has worked with thousands of innovators, companies and public institutions in 2020. Through co-creation and co-learning, we deepened capabilities, and advanced the knowledge of our members, on the mechanisms to efficiently utilize factors of production, to fix market frictions. Our overriding theme has been innovation, growth and digital execution.
As 2020 passes, we are now looking forward to 2021. In Nigeria and across Africa, we see 2021 as the Year of Accelerated Growth, especially for tech-anchored businesses. Massive opportunities would be unlocked as technology continues to transform markets and economies. In an upcoming Harvard Business Review article, I asked: how can companies capture value? Yes, what do firms need to do to advance their missions despite the structural redesigns in today’s market systems, after Covid-19?
During 2020 Tekedia Mini-MBA, we held 162 exclusive webinars, anchored by executives from Coca Cola, Shell, Schlumberger, Deloitte, Access Bank, Infoprive, TAFFDs USA, Jobberman, etc. The last of the year will be open, and for everyone. It is scheduled as follows to prepare for 2021:
Topic: The 2021 Outlook in Nigeria, Africa & Global: Growth After A Redesign
Date: Saturday, Dec 12, 2020
Time: 4pm – 5.30pm WAT
Webcast Link: https://www.tekedia.com/live/
Speaker: Prof Ndubuisi Ekekwe, Lead Faculty, Tekedia Institute
Prof Ndubuisi Ekekwe invented and patented a robotic system which the United States Government acquired assignee rights. Dr Ekekwe holds two doctoral and four master’s degrees including a PhD in engineering from Johns Hopkins University, USA. He earned an undergraduate degree from FUT Owerri where he graduated as his class best student. While in Analog Devices Corp, he co-designed an accelerometer for the iPhone. A recipient of IGI Global “Book of the Year” award, a TED Fellow, IBM Global Entrepreneur and World Economic Forum Young Global Leader, Prof. Ekekwe has held professorships in Carnegie Mellon University and Babcock University, and served in the United States National Science Foundation Committee. Since 2009, the Chairman of Fasmicro Group which holds stakes in at least 30 startups and entities has been writing in the Harvard Business Review. He was recognized by The Guardian as one of 60 Nigerians Making “Nigerian Live Matter” on Nigeria’s 60th Independence Day.
About Tekedia Institute
Tekedia Institute is a US/Nigeria-based institution with focus on business management and leadership. We offer training and advisory services for individuals, corporations, organizations and governments around the world. Our programs include Tekedia Mini-MBA, Advanced Diploma programs, etc. You can learn more and register for upcoming programs here: https://school.tekedia.com/
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