As people remember you as the first and leading indigenous wisdom-based organization development writer, we believe the spirit behind the use of wisdom contained in African proverbs and Folktales to develop the African continent will live on.
Your books will continue to speak and challenge us to rise and create the tomorrow to which we aspire and deserve. Indeed
As the world continues to interconnect, in this modern age, the need for people to understand one another is magnified. Whether for business purposes, entertainment, tourism or any other reason, the more people learn about the world and the cultures that define them, the more they are able to make this world a better place. The languages people speak reflect
Though there have been numerous studies on the United Nations, only a few have dealt comprehensively with Africa’s relations with the world body. Africa in the United Nations (1945-2005) attempts to fill this lacuna by providing a systematic assessment of Africa’s relationship with the World body, from its foundation in 1945 to its sixtieth anniversary
Contemporary scholarship characterizes Somalia as a nation in search of statehood. The approach presupposes a homogenous cohesive nation and society- with considerable traditional democratic pastoralism. This book portrays a complex nation with multiple heterogeneous characteristics. This alternative approach reflects the socio-political and the historical for
Kano: Environment, Society and Development is a collection of research works on Kano and its environs. Though largely a rural economy, the region is known for its huge population, extensive landmass and abundant natural resources. As a richly endowed part of Nigeria, it is not surprising that it has attracted several scholarly studies on its physical and human environ
Metaphors and Climax explores the artistic forays of the late Ogonna Agu (Ph.D.), Nigerian writer, critic, actor, director, painter and Associate Professor of drama and theatre. In 19 exciting essays, this book captures the creative canvas of Agu as expressed in the genres of literary drama, performance and theatre criticism. Besides establishing the versatility o
A maiden publication of the Centre for Sustainability and Enterprise Development at the University of Ghana Business School, this book on Service Marketing written from a customer relationship management perspective; is an absolute must-read. The book is written for junior, mid-level and senior management personnel across all organisations and business associa
Organizational Wisdom in 100 African Proverbs introduces a new field of studyand practice called Organizational Paremiology. Based on many years of practice the author demonstrates how we can use the wisdom in African proverbs in efforts to improve the performance of organizations of all types. Building on the proverb, “Until the lions have their
Globalization has produced opportunities and challenges that countries and firms respond to with a variety of policies and strategies. Approaches that scholars may find intuitively appealing may be considered inappropriate in some contexts. This book highlights the diversity of challenges, opportunities as well as the policy and strategy options that governmen
Thesis without Tears - A Guide for African University Students is written for university and college students in Africa who are looking for guidelines for writing a good thesis. It describes some of the most influential methods in social science and speaks directly to students without any prior knowledge of project work.
Written in a simple, straight-forward a