Tekedia institutes Mini-MBA programme for African professionals
US-based business school, Tekedia Institute, has announced the commencement of a new admission cycle for its virtual Mini-MBA programme targeted at young professionals and business leaders within Africa.
The programme, with the theme: “Innovation, Growth & Digital Execution: Techniques for Building Category-King Companies,” is designed to equip participants with the 21st-century skill sets to capture emerging opportunities across the global market to drive profitability through innovative business approaches.
The Tekedia Mini-MBA, which is scheduled to hold from the 5th of June, 2023, to the 2nd of September, 2023, is a 12-week-long innovation-led management programme which seeks to introduce emerging business experts to contemporary business execution and growth strategies.
It is on this premise that faculty members from reputable global organisations like MTN Nigeria, Nigerian Breweries, Jobberman, Coca-Cola, Deloitte, Schlumberger, Mastercard, KPMG, Access Bank, Shell, Microsoft, and Flutterwave have been selected to assist the participants in developing problem-solving competencies to champion analytical-driven solutions. 
The Lead Faculty of Tekedia Institute, Prof. Ndubuisi Ekekwe, said that the executive programme is positioned to build thorough-bred business experts that would create bespoke solutions to cater for the diverse needs of the African people.
Ekekwe said: “The Tekedia Mini-MBA is a specially-curated executive business programme that educates industry experts across diverse sectors on the core mechanics of introducing innovative techniques to enhance the execution of business strategies in a bid to drive organisational transformation, performance, and growth. 
“The programme, which is structured in a flexible manner, is created to upscale the overall capabilities of business leaders, including budding professionals, to leverage the competitive advantages inherent in digital disruptions across the globe. 
“It is on this premise that the aim of this programme is to produce a new generation of business leaders that would positively impact the global business landscape in the nearest future,” he said.