Maintenance Culture Management for Global Impact

Miebi Ugwuzor, Tarela Oboro Okpu, Margaret Diete-Spiff


Noble and concerted efforts have been made in many respects in the development of Africa. Although a lot seems to have been achieved, a lot more is still left to be desired in order to attain the optimum level of development and  boost the  contributions of African States, particularly those in the Sub-Saharan region, in key areas of positive global best practices . The need for the consciousness of maintenance culture cannot be over stressed if the continent is to attain her full potentials. Maintenance culture Management could act as a key driver in sustaining competitive advantage in as well as ensuring sustainability of processes in social and organizational settings. Thus, this is one critical area of immense potential developmental benefit to the continent and a veritable avenue to impact the global space. Through participative observation and desk research, this exploratory paper took an introspective look at the macro, micro and mini level perspectives of Maintenance culture Management. This was done to trigger behavioral alterations in the different dimensional perspectives and within the African continental environment with a view to changing the current unfavorable narrative and increasing her potentials for better global impact.

Keywords: Africa, culture, development, global, maintenance, management.

DOI: 10.7176/JRDM/64-04

Publication date: April 30th 2020

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