Prof. Okonofua, Femi Adesina, Igbokwe, Mofoluwaso join Governing Council of Institute of Change Management International

Posted by News Express | 13 June 2017 | 1,303 times

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•Prof Friday Okonofua.

Prof. Friday Okonofua has joined the Board of Council of the Institute of Change Management International. Okonofua, who is an academician, medical doctor and renowned gynaecologist, is the current Vice Chancellor of the University of Medical Sciences Ondo, Ondo State. He is coming with a wealth of experience that will significantly rub off on the fortunes of the Institute.

Other council members are Femi Adesina, a prominent journalist and Senior Special Assistant to President Muhammadu Buhari on Media and Publicity; as well as Chief Edwin Igbokwe, Media Consultant and Executive Chairman Chuduak Limited and Eagle Graphic Limited.

Also on the Board is Engr. Mofoluwaso Adesina, Executive Director at Cakasa Engineering Services Limited. Mofoluwaso’s experience cuts across manufacturing and the oil and gas services sector. He is a change management champion and advocate.

According to Joseph Anetor, the Registrar of the Institute, “The mandate of the council members is to guide the Institute in its quest to fulfill its cardinal purpose to build skilled and competent change managers across all sectors of the Nigerian economy and fulfill her vision to reach even the smallest organisation with the change management philosophy.”

The Registrar urged all aspiring career focused professionals, supervisors, managers and leaders of businesses, organisations, institutions, agencies etc to take advantage of the open window for direct membership to register with the institute while it remains open. Anetor also emphasised that, “Change management is multi-disciplinary in nature and therefore not limited to any specific discipline, Professionals from all disciplines are thus free to join the network and leverage the opportunity of membership to deepen their change management capabilities.”  

 


Source: News Express

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