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The CEO Apprenticeship Program Alumni Association (CAPAA) is the brain child of the CEO Apprenticeship Program (CAP) which was borne out of the recognition of the dearth of competent Ugandans ready to move into corporate leadership positions across Africa.
MAKING AFRICA WORK FOR AFRICANS by Dr. Modupe Taylor Pearce The leaders of African countries make so many sub-optimal decisions given that they were given so little preparation to lead and govern. This is the tragedy of what happened to Africa over the past five decades and is still happening. It is happening not justJune 17, 2021
CAPAA Online Webinar THEME: Making Africa Work for Africans The CAP Alumni Association invites you all to join our Online Webinar on Making Africa Work for Africans. Date: Thursday 27th May, 2021 Time: 3pm – 4pm. https://zoom.us/j/93506507266… Our guest speaker is Dr. Taylor Modupe Pearce, CEO of Breakfast Club Africa (BCA). BCA is a Pan-AfricanMay 27, 2021
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Lessons for Corporate Leaders – Covid-19, a Test for Corporate Leaders – Is it People, Profit or Planet
Says Morgan Fraud, the author of The Thinking Corporation, “Given that we are all capable of contributing new ideas, the question becomes how do you successfully generate, capture, process and implement ideas?” Becoming an organization capable of answering this question can benefit in a number of waysApril 30, 2020
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Everyone is a scientist now and people are making research from time to time. The doctors have started quoting journalist. The world is also going to develop faster because information moves faster.
Allocation: There is competition in vaccine allocation between the rich countries and Africa. Rumors for the possible side effects of the vaccine has forced a few people from taking the vaccines.
Vaccination is on-going but the uptake is extremely low. There is no reason to be afraid, it is time for facts not fear. The media has a role to encourage people to take the vaccine.
Dr. David Okello
There is online learning, do we therefore have skilled employable workforce since the education in Uganda has been class based? Let’s identify people with innovations and support them to grow.
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