This author used a 14-day trip as a yardstick, to subject Nigeria, Africa's most populous country, to a logical scrutiny on psychological constituents of her history, politics, leadership, organizational development and structure, and how these concepts correlate her prevailing governance complexities. 336 Hours in Nigeria analyses the deceitfulness in the composition of Nigeria's sovereignty, and how leaders ignorantly, and destructively govern a complex culture, politics, and economy with incompatible paradigms. From the falseness of her union, to an untutored religious zealotry that balkanizes political progress and economic prosperity, the author, at some point uses humor to thoroughly unravel the psychological relevance of specific policy issues. Knowing Nigeria is one thing, understanding the structure may require other aptitudes unraveled in this book.
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About the Author
Dr Ogbo's research interests focus on the fields of management and leadership as they apply to all academic disciplines, including human capital, business administration, organizational leadership, health, applied econometrics, and development economics. His interests are borne out of necessity, to convey the meaning and values of leadership, and facilitate an environment to breed transformational leaders of today for tomorrow's success. His book, "The Influence of Leadership" for instance, is a replication of one of his research studies - a phenomenological study of Nigerians living through leadership imperfections. The study results uncovered fundamental leadership gaps in management, discussed the implications, and offered constructive mitigation strategies.
One of his latest studies focuses mainly on knowledge-sharing processes in Houston community media organizations and the effects of diversity in teams and groups on performance effectiveness. This study sponsored by the American Journal of Transformational Leadership not only aimed at developing relevant approaches to assess knowledge sharing in the team process, but also in exploring intervention strategies to expand and improve them.
Dr. Ogbo is a former president of Houston Association of Black Journalists. With several merit awards to his credit, Ogbo started his media career in 1981 and has worked in various print media companies until 1998 when inaugurated the International Guardian in Houston, Texas. In 2004 he established the Black Senior News, the first African-American senior newspaper in the state of Texas. Dr. Ogbo holds a Degree in Fine & Applied Arts, Certificate in Commercial Arts, Master's degree in Human Resources and Human Resources Management (MHRM); Master's in Business Administration (MBA), and a Doctorate in Management in Organizational Leadership.