Blog 2018-12-19T07:55:13+00:00
1109, 2019

Patriotism and Profit Part V: How to Build Champion Companies in Construction Services

Patriotism and Profit Part V: How to Build Champion Companies in Construction Services by John I. Akhile Sr. Preamble Intense strategic thinking is lacking in the deliberative construct of policymaking. For instance, countries commit to building industrial projects without fully fleshing out the intangibles of sustaining the resulting business. Questions like source of raw inputs, [...]

1907, 2019

Patriotism and Profit Part IV: How to Build Champion Companies in Construction Services

Patriotism and Profit Part IV: How to Build Champion Companies in Construction Services by John I. Akhile Sr. Preamble One of the biggest challenges that African leaders have to overcome is the inescapable megaphone of “false prophets.” False Prophets are always around because they are an integral part of the fabric of human existence. There [...]

307, 2019

Patriotism and Profit Part III: How to Build Champion Companies

Patriotism and Profit Part III: How to Build Champion Companies by John I. Akhile Sr. The key to building champion companies that will carve out markets for their products in the world market is “intentionality”. Intentionality is the act of channeling of thoughts, energies, and actions to affect, redirect, and impact the existing status quo [...]

2806, 2019

Patriotism and Profit Part II: Tanzania a Gem in Need of Polishing

Patriotism and Profit Part II: Tanzania a Gem in Need of Polishing by John I. Akhile Sr Let’s be clear, champion companies run the world. In most cases, with the exception of the Soviet Union, North Korea, and many African countries, political leaders are managed by champion companies. What are “Champion companies?” They are brands [...]

1705, 2019

Patriotism and Profit: Creating Champion Companies in African Countries (Part I)

Patriotism and Profit: Creating Champion Companies in African Countries (Part I) by John I. Akhile Sr Champion companies are companies that develop products or evolve a business model that becomes a ubiquitous brand known throughout the company’s region and, in many cases, the world. A few random examples of champion companies/brands are: Boeing, Toyota, Walmart, [...]

2204, 2019

Turning African Countries into a Dynamic Jobs Engine for Economic Growth (Part I)

Turning African Countries into a Dynamic Jobs Engine for Economic Growth (Part I) by John I. Akhile Sr. It is not sufficient to identify the challenges facing African countries. It is more crucial to proffer ideas that embody solutions to the problems identified. Every informed personality agrees with the widely-held belief that African countries have [...]

2903, 2019

Economic Transformation Starts by Deciding to Prosper

Economic Transformation Starts by Deciding to Prosper by John I. Akhile Sr. The main objective of leadership is to chart a path to the future that is both navigable and fulfilling. Blazing a new path is fraught with risk and in some cases, danger. Paradoxically it is an absolute truism that no success is possible [...]

1103, 2019

African Countries Can Stand Tall by Eschewing the Begging Bowl Part Three

African Countries Can Stand Tall by Eschewing the Begging Bowl Part Three by John I. Akhile Sr. Leaders are supposed to inspire, exhort, teach, and correct but in African countries, most leaders are raping and stealing from their people. As such, they have no voice to exhort and inspire because a rapist and a robber [...]