Fintech in Nigeria
…and the women who lead
This report in line with the 2019 International Women’s Day Celebration and Theme “#BalanceforBetter will highlight some leading women in Fintechs in Nigeria. The report showcases the women, challenges they face and the impact they are making within the industry.
Global Trends in Technology, Media & Telecommunications
What issues are top-of-mind for executives in Technology, Media & Entertainment, and Telecommunications (TMT)? Our essay series offers succinct insights from global TMT leaders about opportunities for success across the rapidly changing TMT ecosystem.
PPP as an anchor for diversifying the Nigerian economy
Lagos Container Terminals Concession as a Case Study
Public Private Partnership (PPP) as an anchor for diversifying the Nigerian economy, looks at the impact on the concession of the Lagos Container Terminal on the Nigerian economy. Similar PPP models can be adopted in other sectors of the economy to improve infrastructure and accelerate growth.
Meet your future workforce
As business leaders grapple with the unfolding contours of the future of work, many companies are confined by a planning paradox. The desire to understand how new technologies and workforce changes will affect their products is keeping executives from the most important part of workplace adaptation.
Global perspectives for family businesses
Family businesses around the world share optimism about future business prospects
Surveying almost 400 executives of family-owned businesses in 24 countries around the world, the majority of respondents expect revenue, profits, and capital investments to increase in the year ahead. Additionally, 48 percent expect to hire more full-time employees.
The future of enterprise demands a new future of HR
Reimagining human resources
HR is facing an unprecedented opportunity to play a new and vital role in shaping the way enterprises compete, access talent, and show up in the communities where they operate. The future of HR is dependent on several areas where the pace of change has not yet caught up with new realities.