Yinka Olatunbosun Pius O. Ughakpoteni’s literary effort titled, “Making the Niger Delta Work’’ serves a unique purpose of deconstructing the hazy picture of the Niger Delta. The subject is almost an over flogged one in national discourse and every opinion maker seems to have a valid point. However, deciding whether this author has a superior … Continue reading In Case You Missed It… Panacea for Niger Delta
Tuesday, 27 October 2020 is unquestionably a remarkable day for me on several notes. One, it is the birthday of one of my daughters. One of my earliest assignments of the day was to convey best wishes to and pray for her. Plus, of course, sending her plenty of cakes and loads of drinks on … Continue reading Advancing, step by step, on the Corporate Sustainability Academic Turf
No matter how disruptive COVID-19 has been, it has a few far-reaching lessons for humanity. One of the most poignant lessons, for me, is the vulnerability of existing systems and the fragility of all amidst continual disconnectedness. The best systems amount to nothing, without regard for the good of all. Similarly, the strongest of us … Continue reading Town and Gown for Good of All: Searching for C-suite Executives to Cocreate Practical Insights on Leadership for Corporate Sustainability Performance Advancement
I’m a Doctorate of Business Administration candidate at Business School Lausanne, conducting research on how C-suite executives’ leadership fosters the advancement of Corporate Sustainability Performance (CSP) in Nigeria-based organisations. Since the exigencies of the current Covid-19 pandemic limit face-to-face contacts, I would like to conduct online focus group discussion with C-suite executives to obtain a richer … Continue reading Request for C-suite Executives’ Participation in a Doctoral Research Online Focus Group Discussion on C-Suite Leadership for Advancing Corporate Sustainability Performance in Nigeria
via Home Home As she cuts her teeth gradually in the Public Relations and Journalisn field, my daughter unveils her blog… Please visit the blog and leave your comments.
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