Through my experience as CEO of the United Bank for Africa, I worked hard to expand UBA from a Nigerian bank to one that now has subsidiaries in 18 additional African countries,” said Mr. Elumelu, now Chairman of the bank. “This experience showed me the commercial benefit of investing across Africa as well as the broader economic and even social impact the private sector can make, which was the origins of the philosophy I call ‘Africapitalism. The book has sixteen different contributors hailing from respected universities and research institutions in Africa.

Power of vision

Tony Elumelu

The true essence of leadership is in the impact a man has on his environment and the people around him. Against this benchmark, Tony O. Elumelu stands tall as one of the most inspirational leaders of his generation. The Power of Vision: Insights on Tony Elumelu is an anthology, written by associates, friends, colleagues and family.

The T.O.E way

Tony Elumelu

The TOE Way comprises a triad of values known as the 3 Es: Entrepreneurship, Execution and Excellence. Derived from Tony O. Elumelu’s business practices and philosophy, over the years, the 3 Es have come to form the working culture to which he attributes much of his professional success.

The Discipline Of Getting Things Done

Larry Bossidy and Ram Charan

The book that shows how to get the job done and deliver results . . . whether you’re running an entire company or in your first management job. 


John P. Kotter

What will it take to bring your organization successfully into the twenty-first century? The world`s foremost expert on business leadership distills twenty-five years of experience and wisdom based on lessons he has learned from scores of organizations and businesses to write this visionary guide.


Jim C. Collins

Built to Last, the defining management study of the nineties, showed how great companies triumph over time and how long-term sustained performance can be engineered into the DNA of an enterprise from the very beginning.

How can good companies, mediocre companies, even bad companies achieve enduring greatness?


Jack Welch

Jack Welch knows how to win. During his forty-year career at General Electric, he led the company to year-after-year success around the globe, in multiple markets, against brutal competition. His honest, be-the-best style of management became the gold standard in business, with his relentless focus on people, teamwork, and profits.


R.M. Lala

The Creation of Wealth is R.M. Lala’s best-selling account of how the Tatas have been at the forefront in the making of the Indian nation not just by their phenomenal achievements as industrialists and entrepreneurs but also by their signal contributions in areas like factory reforms, labour and social welfare, medical research, higher education, culture and arts, and rural development.


Leo Tolstoy

“How Much Land Does a Man Need?” is an 1886 short story by Leo Tolstoy about a man who, in his lust for land, forfeits everything.


Jeffrey Archer

After years of great sacrifice and deep personal tragedy, Florentyna Kane’s has finally become the first woman president in America. But on the very day that she is sworn into office, powerful forces are already in motion to take her life. 


Malcolm Gladwell

In this stunning book, Malcolm Gladwell takes us on an intellectual journey through the world of “outliers”–the best and the brightest, the most famous and the most successful. He asks the question: what makes high-achievers different?