We recently took our twenty budding entrepreneurs on a visit to the Lagos Business School (LBS) and had the opportunity of learning under Dr. Henrietta Onwuegbuzie, the Academic Director for the Owner-Manager Programme of the school. She mentioned valuable points during the course of her teachings that change may change your perspective of what entrepreneurship is about.
She has an MSc in Economics and Business Administration from the University of Navarre in Spain, an MBA from Lagos Business School and a PhD in entrepreneurship, from Lancaster University, UK.
Henrietta is a member of the Governing Council of the African Forum in Brussels and sits on the Board of a number of Nigerian companies. She has extensive consulting experience, spanning projects at the State level to conglomerates and SME's in various industries and is an active member of the Nigerian Economic summit Group. On a voluntary basis, she mentors a number of aspiring and established entrepreneurs. She has been rated top 4% of among Nigerian top Executives in the education management industry, based on company size and international business network strength. She has written several case studies in entrepreneurship and Decision-making and won the first prize for the Emerald/AABS case writing competition in 2012.
After taking a brief look at her person, perhaps you may want to take a notepad and jot down those valuable points we were able to gather from her lecture.
Here are valuable points from Dr. Henrietta Onwuegbuzie’s lecture on sustainable entrepreneurship: