Nigeria 2.0 is a collection of essays and case studies identifying and measuring the total value created by programs and initiatives across Nigeria and comparing them with programs and initiatives from around the world.
Identifying total value is important because it helps us identify what is important to people. Identifying what is important to people helps us focus resources on creating what is important to people, that is creating total and real value. Measuring total value is critical to understanding the real value created by a program and how important that program is. The more value a program creates, the more valuable the program is. While the less value a program creates, or the more negative value a program creates, the less valuable that program is.
Nigeria 2.0 is written by Oye Atilade, a Total Value Consultant and Avid Cryptocurrency Enthusiast. Ms. Atilade has 20 years experience in the Technology, Health, Finance and Retail industries. She has worked as a Software Developer, Business Analyst, Senior Consultant and Project Manager in Nigeria, the United Kingdom, and the United States. She has worked at Tara Systems, Nigeria; British-American Tobacco, UK; and HSBC, Citi, and Morgan Stanley, US. She holds a BSc from Obafemi Awolowo University, Nigeria; an MSc from the London School of Economics, UK; and an MBA from Kellogg School of Management, Northwestern University, US. To learn more about Oye Atilade, visit her LinkedIn profile here.
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