It is often said that we cannot question God. Widely held as this idea, I wonder if I entirely agree with it. Yes, as a handiwork of the All-knowing Beginning and the End, the First and the Last, what am I to question Him for any predicament of mine? What am I to question Him … Continue reading What am I?
https://www.linkedin.com/feed/update/urn:li:activity:6523733965369602048 Climate change, a top priority in Europe. What is Africa’s? Poverty? Unemployment? Or What? #climateaction #climatechange #africa #sdgs A friend, Moffat Ekoriko, British journalist and Publisher of NewsAfrica, responds as follows. Africa’s priority is poverty. Unemployment is merely one of the symptoms of poverty. Poverty is not just a state of lack but the … Continue reading Top Sustainability Challenges
Our Lord and Saviour, Jesus Christ, came down to earth that His sheep might have life more abundantly than was the case before He came. As we celebrate His first coming this Christmas season, I pray that, you, in His fold, experience that abundance as we prepare for His second coming. Merry Christmas. Pius O. … Continue reading Christmas Greetings
This book, which is based on my dissertation for Master of Arts in Leading Innovation and Change, focuses on the Niger Delta Regional Development Master Plan (NDRDMP) as a change strategy and the desirability of its successful execution. It examines props and obstacles to execution of the NDRDMP and makes practical proposals, which should be … Continue reading Making the Niger Delta work: Strategy Execution Tips from the Niger Delta Regional Development Master Plan, Now on Sale
One of the high-points of the 70th anniversary of the United Nations, in September 2015, was that world leaders adopted the sustainable development goals (SDGs) as a 15-year plan of action for people, planet and prosperity. In what appeared to be a worldwide consensual call to action on ending poverty, protecting the planet and ensuring … Continue reading SDGs, the GAPFRAME and Emergent Grand Challenges for C-suite Leaders in Nigeria
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‘The fish rots from the head’ is a phrase widely used to depict organisational failure as the failure of top echelon leadership. While its origin has been a subject of dispute, there is no controversy about its essence. Hence, it forms the basis for the title of Bob Garratt’s bestselling book: The Fish Rots from … Continue reading Bob Garratt’s ‘The fish rots from the head’, justly ties organizational performance to the board’s, but the c-suite equally counts for corporate sustainability performance