“I look back on the journey with a keen sense of pride at this lofty accomplishment, an eagerness to bring to bear the knowledge derived towards achieving a multiplier effect in value input in my undertakings and very bright expectations about what the future holds.”

BSN Alumnus (Nigeria) Tade Owodunni MBA1. Tell us in one sentence who you are and what’s your biggest challenge in life?
“My biggest challenge in life has been the challenge to rise beyond the limitations of my background, become an instrument for attaining a paradigm shift for positive enlightenment and thereby not only liberate myself intellectually but also in terms of personal accomplishments and value input wherever I might find myself.”

2. What was your main drive to start with the BSN MBA. Did you also have cons besides the pros why you decided to enrol this study?
“I was driven to enroll for BSN’s Executive MBA programme (in Nigeria) because of the Action Learning variety it introduces to the pursuit of knowledge for business performance improvement. The fact of it being a globally-recognised institution was an additional source of attraction. The fluctuations experienced in our economy that heralded a considerable increase in the fees for those who enrolled subsequently, due to exchange rate differentials, was a major constraint.”

3. Why did you choose Business School Netherlands, and did we deliver what we promised?
“I chose Business School Netherlands because of its matured, flexible and practical approach to Action Learning and because of its structured approach to collective advancement of all participants in learning and growth.”

4. How do you look back on your MBA journey?
“I look back on the journey with a keen sense of pride at this lofty accomplishment, an eagerness to bring to bear the knowledge derived towards achieving a multiplier effect in value input in my undertakings and very bright expectations about what the future holds.”

5. In what way did your organisation help you, and how much profit did you make for them during and after this MBA study tangible and intangible, and can you tell us in money terms?
“My organisation was quite helpful in terms of the support provided towards my successful execution of the programme. The organisation was magnanimous enough to permit for my training allowance to be deployed towards offsetting a considerable part of the study expenses.”

“In practicalising the learnings derived from this great institution into my daily undertakings, I would say my performance has been positively impactful to the organisation. Whilst acknowledging that in most instances, the results have not been achieved on individual basis but based on team effort, I am able to look back with a sense of accomplishment about my pivotal contributions to the new positive trajectory that my organisation is headed towards in stimulating both operational and strategic process improvement and an overall improved performance of the Company from being a ₦ 280 million PBT yield upon my commencement of the Programme to well over ₦500 million performance at Q2/2018.”

LinkedIn profile Tade Owodunni MBA

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