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How businesses can drive growth with quality personnel, standard system – Obiukwu

Kingsley Obiukwu, executive director of Bolton White Group, has hinged business growth on building quality personnel and standard system.

Delivering a speech at the Albert Conversations event which held recently in Abuja, Obiukwu, who is a young entrepreneur, said that having a strong and dedicated team within any organisation plays a key and essential role in taking the business to greater heights.

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“The foundation of a successful business rests on the quality of its personnel. By nurturing an environment that fosters talent, businesses can empower their teams to drive growth and competitive advantage,” he said.

Obiukwu also highlighted the significance of well-defined organisational structures, adding that having a well-defined structures offer clarity and serve as a blueprint for success.

According to him, a robust organisational framework enables companies to align their efforts effectively, respond to market dynamics, and achieve their objectives.

Obiukwu also stressed the need for efficient systems to manage and optimise these structures.

He also said that effective systems are the backbone of smooth business operations.

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“Implementing efficient systems allows organisations to streamline their processes and enhance overall productivity,” he added.

The Albert Conversations 2023 provided a platform for thoughtful leaders to discuss the future of Nigeria’s business landscape in order to spur the nation’s progress and development.

Other visionary leaders, CEOs, and business experts who spoke at the event include Cosmos Maduka, CEO of Coscharis; Olukayode Pitan, MD/CEO of Bank of Industry (BOI), and Chidoka Osota, former Minister of Aviation representing former President of Nigeria, Olusegun Obasanjo.

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