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Media coverage of programmes at Manchester Business School

Tuesday, 12 August 2014 00:00

Clifford: How Alliance Manchester Business School, TEXEM are Boosting Nigeria’s Strategic Leadership in Turbulent Times

In this interview, Dr Nick Clifford, Senior Fellow, Public Policy and Management, Alliance Manchester Business School, speaks on how the institution, in partnership with These Executive Minds (TEXEM), is boosting Nigeria’s Strategic Leadership in Turbulent times for Superior Performance. Excerpts

Tell us about the program at the Alliance Manchester Business School

Alliance Manchester Business School and These Executive Minds (TEXEM) pride themselves on their ability to customise programmes for their clients. Through extensive collaboration we have a deep understanding of Africa. Alliance Manchester Business School is listed in the top 50 Schools in the world for Executive Education. It was the top institution for research according to the Economist in 2014. Alliance Manchester Business School is the UK’s largest Business School and is still growing. A recent £15 million endowment gifted by Lord David Alliance has led to its new name Alliance Manchester Business School.

This programme at Alliance Manchester Business School seeks to provide participants with a knowledge platform for senior leaders who are finding it difficult to overcome the challenges of turbulence in today’s markets. While providing important material for discussion and new ideas for tackling challenging situations, TEXEM and Alliance Manchester Business School also seek to provide an all-round experience of the City of Manchester with its history, culture and entertainment. This programme on Strategic Leadership for Superior Performance in Turbulent Times takes place between 31st of May to 3rd of June. For more information, please visit www.texem.co.uk

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TEXEM Award to Osun State Governor Mr. Aregbesola's

The Osun State Governor, Rauf Aregbesola, has said he would have failed if he had failed to demonstrate that good governance, even in the face of meagre resources, was possible.

Mr. Aregbesola said he went into governance in Osun fully conscious of the challenges of poor leadership the state had faced and fully determined to change of the course of affairs and bring about unprecedented changes in the lives of the people.

The governor spoke at the Manchester Business School, University of Manchester at the weekend, after being presented with an award of recognition for his administration's commitment to job creations and infrastructure provision.

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Nigeria: Media Trust Chairman, Others Bag 'Distinguished Service' Awards

The Chairman of Media Trust Limited, Malam Kabir Yusuf, and sixteen others have emerged winners of 'These Executive Minds' (TEXEM) 2014 Distinguished Service to Society awards.

TEXEM released the names of the esteemed winners of the award in an announcement that was made on September 4, 2014 at the Manchester Business School in Manchester, United Kingdom.

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Media Trust CEO for Manchester Business School media award

The Chairman of Media Trust Limited, Malam Kabir Yusuf, and sixteen others have emerged winners of 'These Executive Minds' (TEXEM) 2014 Distinguished Service to Society awards.

TEXEM released the names of the esteemed winners of the award in an announcement that was made on September 4, 2014 at the Manchester Business School in Manchester, United Kingdom.
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Media Trust chairman, others bag 'Distinguished Service' awards

The Chairman of Media Trust Limited, Malam Kabir Yusuf, and sixteen others have emerged winners of 'These Executive Minds' (TEXEM) 2014 Distinguished Service to Society awards.

TEXEM released the names of the esteemed winners of the award in an announcement that was made on September 4, 2014 at the Manchester Business School in Manchester, United Kingdom.
The founder and Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of TEXEM, Mr. Alim Abubakre, stated, "I am personally very pleased that we can acknowledge the vital and important changes that these award winners have made possible in Nigeria and their influence throughout all of Africa by their selfless dedication to the betterment of society."
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TEXEM Award to Osun State Governor Mr. Aregbesola's

Mr. Clive Carpenter, who presented the award to Aregbesola's representative on behalf of TEXEM, a UK-based consulting agency with partnership with the University of Manchester Business School (MBS), said the award was to encourage other African leaders to make good governance their main goal.

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TEXEM, Manchester Business School organise training for African executives

In order to improve the capacity of senior executives to manage change, TEXEM and Manchester Business School have developed a bespoke executive education programme focused on change management for African executives.

The three-day programme which will take place at Manchester Business School, UK, between 3rd-5th, September 2014 costs £2,900, which includes all tuition and certification, visa support, accommodation and all meals. Delegates will also join Manchester Business School's extensive alumni network.
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Strategies For Results-Driven Change Management - Manchester Business School

Rapid social and economical changes across sub-Saharan Africa countries generate significant commercial opportunities. Reflecting the scale of change in many key economies on the continent, the rebasing of Nigeria's GDP in April 2014. The revision of GDP statistics not only resulted in an 89% increase in GDP, but also acknowledged the rapid emergence of new sectors, most notably telecommunications.

Indeed, the growth of telecommunications and mobile money has driven major changes in some of the continent's most important economies, including Nigeria, South Africa and Kenya. Approximately 43% of Kenya's GDP now flows through the M-Pesa mobile money system annually. Continued innovations in mobile micro-credit, micro-insurance and mobile tax payment schemes highlight immense technological potential and emerging opportunities for both the public and the private sector.

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Highly Interactive and very practical. High profile speakers with excellent pedigree and track record of professional achievements. Provided networking among participants.
Dayo Babatunde (Senior Partner, Ernst and Young, Nigeria)
I regard the These Executive Minds Executive Education programme as the best I have attended in recent times. Not one of them, but the very best as it was humanly perfect
Peter Atolo Irene, (Executive Director Finance & Admin, Union Assurance)
"The event brought together an interesting and diverse set of views on Green Entrepreneurs. It highlighted the enormous opportunities that exist both for those interested in creating their own ...
Trewin Restorick (CEO Global Action Plan)
"I truly enjoyed the evening, great speakers and good questions from the audience. So thank you for the invite!"
Stine Jensen (The Bigger Picture’ Manager, Sky)
"It was a genuine pleasure working with ‘These Young Minds’ on their recent event at Cambridge University . The topics presented and panel questions on the transition to the low carbon economy ...
Sak Nayagam (Managing Director, Climate Change Services Europe, Accenture)
Executive Development programme at Oxford was perfectly conducted-The Faculty were very high profile with excellent communication skills. The tours were educative, informative and enlightening.
Hon Tijanni Ibrahim Kiyawa (Member House of Assembly, Federal Republic of Nigeria)
"I am very fascinated by the speakers and the different approaches to such a complex issue and we need to continue this."
Dr Beatrix Schlarb-Ridley (Business Innovation Manager, InCrops)
Fantastic, purposeful and educative-Well delivered and highly relevant.
Salami Liadi Olagoke (Accountant General, Oyo State)
I like everything about the programme. I am moved by the passion for imparting knowledge, so much that even at dinner time, we had intellectually stimulating experiences. It has been knowledge ...
Al Hassan Yusuf, (Senior Human Resources Manager, Media Trusts)
The partnership with a reputable institution and the timing of the topic very apt.
Wuraola Oduntan, (Head of Sales, Virgin Atlantic)

Highly interactive and very practical. High profile speakers with excellent pedigree and track record of professional achievements. Provided networking among participants.

Dayo Babatunde (Senior Partner, Ernst and Young, Nigeria)