LAGOS, Nigeria (PRWEB) June 06, 2014
Taiwo Fajolu’s new book, “Cracking the Code of Possibilities in Business: The Evolution of a New Command in Business in an Age of Creative Entrepreneurship” (published by WestBow Press) encourages entrepreneurs to reassess the way they do business in light of the changes in the business landscape that have occurred since 9/11.
“There's no doubt that since 9/11, the world has changed, thus I was inspired as I studied the lives of the giants of Western industries, bringing to bare practical, up-to-date, relevant lessons to a world suffering from the boom, bust, cycle of growth and depression characteristic of Western economy,” Fajolu says.
“Cracking the Code of Possibilities in Business” provides a framework which Fajolu says will guarantee enduring prosperity for budding and established entrepreneurs, especially in emerging economies and particularly in Africa. It also provides decision-makers and opinion-leaders with sustainable development ideas.
Throughout his book, Fajolu analyzes Western corporations – namely those occupying positions in the Fortune 500 list – and suggests readers borrow from the innovative ideas which have allowed such companies to become formidable, influential and high-impact corporations. He also analyzes Nigeria to give readers a practical example of what can be done in a place where he says corruption has rendered the country’s institution ineffective.
“Cracking the Code of Possibilities in Business”
By Taiwo Fajolu
Hardcover | 6 x 9 in | 148 pages | ISBN 9781490832456
Softcover | 6 x 9 in | 148 pages | ISBN 9781490832449
E-Book | 148 pages | ISBN 9781490832432
Available at Amazon and Barnes & Noble
About the Author
Taiwo Fajolu is a World Bank Group–trained consultant on sustainable development in developing countries and has been involved in training for a governmental youth empowerment campaign and family life education. He invented vacuum analysis, a value-driven and execution-oriented competence-development technique. He also facilitated the partnership of Newave Energy (a member of The ABB Group), into Nigeria, their largest and the only market in Sub-Saharan Africa aside South Africa.
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