Nobel International Business School (NIBS), a private leading university under the distinguished leadership of Prof. Kwaku Atuahene-Gima, Executive Dean, has called for a national policy, which clearly spells out the role of institutions and government in creating an innovative environment to help solve the country’s challenges.
Professor Atuahene-Gima, the Founding President, who made the call, said Ghana could solve many of her own problems through the creativity of the citizens.
Speaking at the school’s recent graduation ceremony in Accra, where 21 students graduated with Doctor of Business Administration (DBA) and 20 students with Masters’ Degree in various fields passed out, he noted that even though people had a lot of skills, they lacked the needed creativity to effectively use those skills to address their challenges.
He therefore called for the immediate introduction of a national policy to address the nation’s dire problems for the benefit of the citizenry.
The graduation, according to the University authorities, was historic in the annals of private university education in this country as it offered many courses to a wide range of youths, including Strategic Marketing in Action (SMA), Strategic Finance in Action (SFA), Sustainability Leadership in Action (SLA) and High Performance Boards in Action (HPBA) among others.