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U-turn

People who innovate and make change happen are never moved by past experiences of failures or challenges, but are moved by conviction. Otherwise, what business does an engineering company like the US-owned Caterpillar Inc have in clothing, shoes and financial products?
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Dr Olasode's blog - The World Is Not the Same Anymore

The World Is Not the Same Anymore

The World Is Not the Same Anymore Evolution, Revolution, Or Transformation Times of change create opportunities as well as threats. For some companies, the current economic environment will challenge their very survival. While for others the downturn offers the chance to extend their lead over the competition. “High performing” companies will be looking at ways […]
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Changing the Unchangeable

Dr Olu-Segun Olasode’s Blog Changing the Unchangeable Times have always changed, but reality is changing at such a rapid pace that we are unable to keep up. As a result, we have those that are adamant about not changing their habits or conforming to the ebb and flow of times and seasons. Change is an […]
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A New World Order; Coping with Global Uncertainties

A New World Order

A New World Order Coping with Global Uncertainties Since the collapse of Lehman Brothers in 2008, the global economy has experienced one great crisis after another. First, it was the sub-prime debt problem of the United States. Then the collapse of confidence in the global banking system. Today, it is the problem of the Euro […]
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Artificial Intelligence

Artificial Intelligence

Artificial Intelligence Now that Machines are Coming for our Jobs Over the years, the African economy has witnessed the remarkable transformation that has paved the way for the continent’s enormous growth and subsequently improved the standard of living of millions of people. The continent accounts for about 15% of the world’s population and is a […]
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Dr. Olu Olasode's Blog

Sub-Saharan African Economy

As the global community faces fresh pressures such as population growth, land & ecosystem degradation, abuse of natural resources, fragility of states and complex conflicts, there is an urgent need to help Sub-Saharan African countries specifically, withstand and recover from increasing shocks and subsequently build her resilience and sustainability.
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