Austin Okere is the Founder of CWG Plc and the Ausso Leadership Academy. He is an Entrepreneur in Residence at CBS, New York. Austin also serves on the World Economic Forum Global Agenda Council on Innovation and Intrapreneurship and on the Advisory Board of the Global Business School Network based in Washington DC.
The Missed Opportunities of the Nigerian Election 2023: A Metaphorical Analysis by Austin Okere
Whoever takes office on May 29th, 2023, will lack popular legitimacy, a burden they will carry throughout their tenure...
2 weeks ago
Nigeria and Oil: Looking beyond price collapse towards post-recovery savings (Part 2)
On April 20, 2020, the screaming headline on CNN was that the price of WTI crude oil had…
October 26, 2021
Nigeria and Oil: Looking beyond price collapse towards post-recovery savings part 1
“Oil prices hit a three-year high as gas crunch starts to affect crude market” was the screaming headline…
October 25, 2021
Spontaneous deregulation tests regulatory gaps on digital platforms, by Austin Okere
There is a perfect storm brewing between Regulators and Technology Platforms. Regulators should ordinarily be one of the…
September 16, 2021
Introducing Austin’s Five Forces Model for Analysing Sustainable Development
The sustainability challenge is becoming clearer. Being a Consultant at the Sustainable Development Goals Center Afrique (SDGCA) in…
June 2, 2021
Introducing the Austin’s Five Forces Model for Transformation By Austin Okere
I have codified below, the relation between Transformation, Vision, Team, Time, Resources and Resolve in a model which I call the Austin’s 5 Forces Model for Transformation.
February 12, 2021
Our Youth and the Protests – Looking Beyond #EndSARS by Austin Okere
The youth are not our enemies; let us remember this before we do anything rash such as using…
October 20, 2020
Cybersecurity and Risk Mitigation: Collaboration is the Only Way Out By Austin Okere
Cyber-attack is the new normal. Organizations and Technology Providers can mitigate these attacks by Perpetual state of vigilance.
September 4, 2020
The NgREN Should Have Been the Bedrock for Online Learning in Nigeria but it is Redundant- By Austin Okere
Broadband reduces barriers to entry, offering opportunities for small and medium enterprises to challenge existing hierarchies, to innovate, compete and grow.
July 14, 2020
It is Time to Rethink the Business School Model – by Austin Okere
I wrote this article four years ago when I was invited as the Keynote Speaker at the GBSN/EFMD joint Conference at Accra, Ghana in November 2016.
July 6, 2020