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ICAD’s National Investiture Holds in September

Godswill Onyekwere


The Registrar and Chief Learning Officer of the Institute of Corporate Administration (ICAD), Dr. Godswill Onyekwere has disclosed that the third quarter Executive Management Conference and the induction of new members in to the institute will take place on September 9, 2017 at Royal Tropicana Hotel Utako, Abuja.

He stated this in a statement, adding that they third quarter Executive Conference Lecture will focus on the theme: Accountability – The Key to High Performance Culture, and that the lecture will be deliver by an erudite scholar, Prof Samuel Igbatayo.

Prof. Igbatayo is a Dean, Development Economist, who is also a consultant of international repute and a lecturer at the Afe Babalola University Ado Ekiti.

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The statement further revealed that the intellectual dialogue session for the forthcoming induction and award ceremony will be presided over by another internationally renown management scholar from
Kaduna Polytechnic, Dr. Mohammed B. Aliyu.

According to Dr. Onyekwere, who is a management expert, the recent second Executive Forum Conference lecture titled “Redefining Management Practices for the Innovation Age”  was to address some issues arising from the abysmal way managerial practices were being addressed and handled in Nigeria.

The management guru then emphasized that the laudable topic to be discuss on the September 9 event was meant to address other identified issues where many management staffs in organizations, either private or public sector, were unable to give account of their performance in their respective offices.

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He noted that there was need to come up with such a topic that would proffers solution to the issues of accountability and high performance culture, in line with the present administration’s commitment to accountability and transparency in the art of governance.

Speaking with Unity Times on what the Institute represents, Dr. Onyekwere described the Institute of Corporate Administration as a human capital development organization dedicated to proving practical solutions to complex business needs by involving high caliber professionals from all sectors, who are continually committed to the search for improvement strategies and implementation of global best practices.

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Dr. Onyekwere further explained that with over 20 years operational experience and expertise, the institute has expanded its professional intelligence and built up a solid data base, alliances and affiliations aimed at achieving number one ranking as providers of affordable executive training adapted to specific needs as a developing nation operating in a global economy.

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