About the Humanistic Management Network Nigeria Chapter
The Nigerian chapter of the Humanistic Management Network promotes the development of an economic system with respect for human dignity and well-being. It defends human dignity in face of its vulnerability.
The chapter was founded to catalyze the transition towards a life-conducive economic system by working with thought leaders across academic disciplines, practice, policy and media. Our theory of change focuses on changing the narrative behind business and management (in research, pedagogy and practice), and to promote a culture of dignity and well-being that leads to ethical and sustainable organizing in practice. We do so by providing a platform to people concerned with the state of “business as usual” and foster community so that we provide not only criticism but constructive solutions. We believe these solutions need to be co-created with practitioners, policy makers and supported by the media.
Nigeria Chapter Team
We are very happy to introduce the members of the Humanistic Management Network Nigeria Chapter team. Below you can find their short bio and how they contribute to the Chapter.
Ruqayyah is a Research Assistant at the Christopher Kolade Centre for Research in Leadership and Ethics at Lagos Business School.
Zainab Dere is a First Class Honors degree graduate in Mathematics from University of Ilorin, Nigeria.
Ogechi Evan Obiorah is a graduate of Law from Nnamdi Azikiwe University, Awka and was called to the Nigerian bar in the year 2006.
Kemi teaches business ethics, managerial anthropology, and sustainability management at the Lagos Business School.
Akunna is a graduate of Law from the University of Ibadan and obtained her Barrister at Law from the Nigerian Law School, Bwari, Abuja.
Please explore the activities of the Humanistic Management Network Nigeria Chapter
The Humanistic Management Network Nigeria Chapter is proud to partner with a range of first tier academic institutions and members of the business community in Nigeria that share our passion for strengthening the positive impact of business.
The Christopher Kolade Centre for Research in Leadership and Ethics (CRLE) at Lagos Business School aims to become one of the world’s foremost research centres, creating and sharing knowledge that improves the way managers lead and live, in line with the overall mission of the Lagos Business School.
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