• The Day After: Lessons, Action Plans And Execution

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    In my management consultant mode I am associated with a global strategy consulting Group, Palladium which grew out of the work of Harvard Business School Professors Kaplan and Norton. There the execution premium is buzz. In a few days the elections will be history but if we do not now think execution premium mindset, no…

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  • The Die Is Cast

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    It seems to be here at last. The 2015 Elections. In spite of all that has been done, and is probably being done to abort it, it is likely Nigerians will vote for President and Senate seats this Saturday. The Die is cast but none has to die to cast a vote. The lead up…

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  • On Soludo, Buhari, Jonathan And The Elections

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    The firestorm generated by Chukwuma Soludo’s well reasoned commentary on the place of issues in the 2015 electioneering campaign has somehow become the core of the campaign. What a way to come from outside and define agenda. Of course I do not agree with all the points marshaled by the erstwhile CBN Governor and Patito’s…

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  • Obasanjo And The Burden Of History

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    As with “My Command”, his civil war memoirs, General Olusegun Obasanjo who served as head of the Nigerian state in uniform, and years later, in mufti (agbada), has managed to get many hopping mad with his new memoirs reflecting on political life. He seems determined that whether you love him or hate him, you could…

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