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Housing the Poor: Adopting the BOHMG for Nigeria’s Hot Markets

Voices continue to reflect that governments and businesses have not getting the right strategies that would ensure decent, adequate and affordable houses for the poor. One of such voices emphasised that house deficit in Nigeria does not affect the upper and middle class as it impacts Nigerians at the bottom of the pyramid.  Here are details of BOHMG, a strategic [...]

By | September 11th, 2017|Categories: Weekly Strategy|0 Comments

How Naij.com is Disrupting Itself, Online News Market

Naij.com entered Nigeria’s online news market in 2012 with a deliberate intent of aggregating news content from other news media.  Since its emergence, Naij.com is providing ways Nigerian government and businesses can learn about, and act on citizens and consumers’ opinions in a digital mediated-environment, and news-aggregation outlets are capable of generating different shapes of reported events or national issues in [...]

By | September 6th, 2017|Categories: Weekly Strategy|0 Comments

Customer Discovery: Does an Established Auto Parts e-Store drive Online Purchase Intention?

From consumer goods to services, e-Stores have become a universal language among the businesses in Nigeria. Easier accessibility to the Internet by the consumers or users of various products or services and falling cost of data have been adduced as part of factors contributing to the adoption. These factors have also created easier ways of collecting customers’ money other than [...]

By | August 28th, 2017|Categories: Weekly Strategy|0 Comments

How Culture Shapes Product Development

National culture differs from country to country, region to region, but how does that influence new product development in an emerging economy where Senior and Middle Managers are expected to work with those from another region. Our research reveals the forces that shape the development through evaluation of Nigerian employees’ perception of the Asian employees in a selected Food and [...]

By | August 21st, 2017|Categories: Weekly Strategy|Comments Off on How Culture Shapes Product Development

Managing Cult Risk in an Emerging Economy

Rapid growth in terms of changes in GDP per capita, growing and youthful population and constant changes in various markets are some of the positive features that motivated Jim O’Neill, the renowned Economist to identify Nigeria along with Mexico, Indonesia and Turkey as emerging economic giants. With the recent activities of cult groups, Nigeria's economy is being threaten. Read More

By | August 14th, 2017|Categories: Weekly Strategy|Comments Off on Managing Cult Risk in an Emerging Economy

The Seeker and Star of Innovation in Nigeria

What makes one industry more innovative in terms of quotient  in Nigeria is on the extent to which they differ on various steps and actions needed to make innovation happens and performing.  The best approach to resolve the identified issues both in the process and performance is collaboration with competitors, consulting firms, universities among others. Companies in the  services and manufacturing [...]

By | August 9th, 2017|Categories: Weekly Strategy|Comments Off on The Seeker and Star of Innovation in Nigeria

The Good and the Bad of Nigeria’s Economic Recovery, Growth Plan

Nigeria’s Gross Domestic Product contracted twice in 2016 which resulted to economic recession that affected and still affecting macro and micro economic indicators of the country. Since its development, Federal Government has been working out modalities to take the economy out of it through various policies, being implemented casually before launching Economic Recovery and Growth Plan (ERGP) in April, 2017. [...]

By | May 22nd, 2017|Categories: Weekly Strategy|Comments Off on The Good and the Bad of Nigeria’s Economic Recovery, Growth Plan

Corporate Real Estate: Promising Opportunities for FM Companies in Nigeria

Apart from the United Kingdom, United States of America and other developed countries where Facility Management industry has been in existence over the last three decades, CRE has been recognised as commercial real estate or corporate real estate. While developing countries that joined the train of FM industry recently are finding it difficult to disentangle corporate real estate from property [...]

By | May 12th, 2017|Categories: Weekly Strategy|Comments Off on Corporate Real Estate: Promising Opportunities for FM Companies in Nigeria

Four Dimensions That Kill Foreign Businesses in Nigeria

Company expands to another market based on different reasons. Such reasons require making a strategic choice among the available indices premised on social, economic, technological and political footings of the markets. Within social indicator, cultural difference is vital in navigating the competitive environment and consumerism towards sustainable profitability or otherwise. READ ALSO: Why companies are not ready for innovation Download

By | May 5th, 2017|Categories: Weekly Strategy|Comments Off on Four Dimensions That Kill Foreign Businesses in Nigeria

Why companies are not ready for innovation

Whether small or large, companies need to answer two strategic questions capable of determining its success or otherwise. Specifically, what do they want to become? and what do they need to do to become what they wanted to become? Answers to these questions guide every chief executive, manager or employee in achieving corporate goals and objectives. READ ALSO: How to [...]

By | April 21st, 2017|Categories: Weekly Strategy|Comments Off on Why companies are not ready for innovation
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Self-identity determines business success

The type of person you are is usually reflected in your business. To improve your business, first improve yourself. Idowu Koyenikan, Wealth for All: Living a Life of Success at the Edge of Your Ability READ ALSO: Take, embrace, analyse it

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