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10 traits needed for turning your business dreams into reality - Orlando Business Journal

10 traits needed for turning your business dreams into reality - Orlando Business Journal | Building Leadership Skills | Scoop.it
Harvey Mackay says he is often asked, “What does it take to get ahead?” With the help of Investor’s Business Daily, he identifies ​10 traits for turning your dreams into reality.
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I have never met a successful pessimist. It is absolutely essential that you have a positive mental attitude in every aspect of life. Where your mind goes, you go. If you think you’ll fail, chances are good that you will. If you believe you’ll succeed – you’re halfway home.
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LASSANA GAGNY SAKHO, DIRECTEUR GÉNÉRAL DE L’OFOR, CAURIS D’OR DE L’ENTREPRISE LA PLUS INNOVANTE « OFOR mérite sa consécration »

LASSANA GAGNY SAKHO, DIRECTEUR GÉNÉRAL DE L’OFOR, CAURIS D’OR DE L’ENTREPRISE LA PLUS INNOVANTE  « OFOR mérite sa consécration » | Building Leadership Skills | Scoop.it
Directeur général de l’Office des Forages Ruraux (OFOR), Lassana Gagny Sakho a reçu, samedi 7 ma
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Ce n’est pas toujours facile parce que vous venez du privé vous rentrez dans le public ou para-public et les modes de fonctionnement ne sont pas les mêmes, les standards ne sont pas les mêmes, la façon de faire non plus. La qualité d’un bon dirigeant, c’est la capacité de s’adapter...
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Public sector 'not an empowering workplace'

Public sector 'not an empowering workplace' | Building Leadership Skills | Scoop.it
Only 7% of public sector middle managers and skilled workers view it as an empowering environment to work in
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Taches & ressources dans le succès d'une équipe

Taches & ressources dans le succès d'une équipe | Building Leadership Skills | Scoop.it
Certaines règles de base permettent d’améliorer considérablement la gestion des équipes et/ou projets : la priorité des taches sur les ressources & le choix des membres de l’équipe.Lorsque que l’on reçoit une nouvelle mission, la première question devrait être ‘Que dois-je faire que la mission soit exécutée de façon efficiente ?’. Il faut alors immédiatement commencer à découper la mission en taches précises pour ensuite affecter indiv
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‘Une ambiance cordiale’ peut être un facilitateur important dans la gestion de d’une équipe mais l'énergie créatrice et l'innovation sont souvent alimentées par un certain degré de conflit. 

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Le chemin de croix de l'innovation en Afrique

Le chemin de croix de l'innovation en Afrique | Building Leadership Skills | Scoop.it
Il existe une relation positive et statistiquement significative entre l’entrepreneuriat et l’innovation. Ne pas disposer d’entrepreneurs rime avec inexistence de l’innovation.L’innovation est faible en Afrique, non parce que les personnes capables d’innover n’existent pas, mais plutôt parce que l’on ne permet pas à l’esprit d’entreprise d’éclore. En effet,  les ‘institutions du marché’ favorisent cet esprit d’entrepreneuriat parce qu’elles instituent une certitude sur la
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Leadership Develops When You Escape Your Comfort Zone

Leadership Develops When You Escape Your Comfort Zone | Building Leadership Skills | Scoop.it

Successful leaders know that they must get out of their comfort zone to succeed. These leaders have spent a lot of time outside their comfort zone.


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DigitalOyster's curator insight, August 4, 2015 11:57 AM

Leadership begins at the end of your comfort zone. Leadership starts in the learning zone. History has shown that life rewards the risk-takers, such as Thomas Edison, Bill Gates, Steve Jobs, Nelson Mandela, Henry Ford, Elon Musk, and many, many more. These are leaders who have dared to step out their comfort zone.

 

Leaders who dared to change things.Leaders who dared to make a difference.Leaders who dared to make an impact on the world.

 

Where do you find the line is for your. Is it easier to stay in the comfort zone? Do you try to step out into doing things different but then jump back into comfort? Are you someone who pushes the comfort and see how far you can go?

 

My advice is just try, see if you can get out of your comfort. All I ask is take one more moment and stay with that stretching and growing opportunity and just take 1 more breath. 1 breath, if you an make it through 1 breath then you have gone farther than what you would have without it.

 

Here's to you and your business's brilliance (and one more breath!),

-Mellissa Rempfer

 

Boutara Nour Eddine's curator insight, August 10, 2015 12:04 PM

Leadership begins at the end of your comfort zone. Leadership starts in the learning zone. History has shown that life rewards the risk-takers, such as Thomas Edison, Bill Gates, Steve Jobs, Nelson Mandela, Henry Ford, Elon Musk, and many, many more. These are leaders who have dared to step out their comfort zone.

 

Leaders who dared to change things.Leaders who dared to make a difference.Leaders who dared to make an impact on the world.

 

 

Shannon Terry's curator insight, March 3, 4:52 PM

Leadership begins at the end of your comfort zone. Leadership starts in the learning zone. History has shown that life rewards the risk-takers, such as Thomas Edison, Bill Gates, Steve Jobs, Nelson Mandela, Henry Ford, Elon Musk, and many, many more. These are leaders who have dared to step out their comfort zone.

 

  • Leaders who dared to change things.
  • Leaders who dared to make a difference.
  • Leaders who dared to make an impact on the world.

 

 

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Why Food Companies Should Be More Afraid Of Water Scarcity

Why Food Companies Should Be More Afraid Of Water Scarcity | Building Leadership Skills | Scoop.it
An environmental sustainability group assessed how 37 U.S. food companies are responding to escalating water risks. It found most have a long way to go to improve water efficiency and other practices.

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Producing food, after all, requires more water than almost any other business on Earth.....

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Des inventions prometteuses pour l’accès à l’eau potable | ShareAmerica

Des inventions prometteuses pour l’accès à l’eau potable | ShareAmerica | Building Leadership Skills | Scoop.it
Près de 750 million de personnes n’ont pas accès à l’eau potable. Des scientifiques et des entrepreneurs proposent des solutions innovantes et surprenantes.
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La mauvaise qualité de l’eau est responsable de près de 80 % des maladies dans les pays en développement. 

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Why We Need Learning Engineers

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Almost no one who is involved in creating learning materials relies on the evidence from learning science.

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Sense And Nonsense In Leadership Development

Sense And Nonsense In Leadership Development | Building Leadership Skills | Scoop.it
“Our opportunity in leadership development is to bring more science into what we do by creating ever better ways to measure the current state of leadership behavior, along with the change we produce. This allows us to bring science into the art of leadership development and to drive out the nonsense that will always fill the void where good science doesn’t exist.”
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Jack Zenger on brining research to the heart of leadership development.  Why would't you, unless you love fadding?

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Why Only The Agile Survive

Why Only The Agile Survive | Building Leadership Skills | Scoop.it
“The average lifespan of a company listed in the S&P 500 has shrunk by more than 50 years in the last century, from 67 years in the 1920s to 15 years today, according to Yale professor Richard Foster. Today's rate of change "is at a faster pace than ever," he says. Foster predicts that by 2020, more than three-fourths of the S&P 500 will be companies we don't know about today.One of the greatest challenges that business leaders and, by extension, their enterprises face is the ability to quickly respond to this constantly accelerating market change and to act as the catalyst of organizational adaptation.Agility, by definition, is an enterprise's response to change and challenges driven by macro- and micro-economic conditions.”
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4 ways to demonstrate agility and stay relevant for VUCA times.

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Les défis de l'hydraulique en Afrique

Les défis de l'hydraulique en Afrique | Building Leadership Skills | Scoop.it

Environ 40% de la population d’Afrique subsaharienne n’a pas accès à l’eau potable. L’Afrique reste le continent où l’accès à une eau de qualité est le plus limité, selon le quatrième rapport de l’Onu sur l’eau. Pourtant, le continent compte dix-sept grands fleuves et une centaine de grands lacs, auxquels s’ajoutent de considérables nappes phréatiques.


La fragilisation des écosystèmes, à travers une forte intensification des activités agricoles, une intensification de la déforestation, un développement des activités industrielles et une urbanisation massive, a contribué au risque de manque d’eau dans plusieurs parties du continent. L’exploitation et la maîtrise de l’eau, tant en milieu rural qu’urbain, sont devenues des questions stratégiques au regard de l’accroissement démographique, de la diversification des activités économiques et de la dégradation actuelle de l’environnement. L’eau est donc l’objet de nombreuses convoitises et tensions entres les états mais aussi entre milieux urbains et ruraux.


Dans un rapport publié en 2012, l'ONG Save the children évaluait à 450 millions le nombre d'enfants menacés de malnutrition dans les quinze prochaines années. Quelque 2,6 millions en meurent chaque année, selon l'ONG. L'eau non potable, qui engendre des maladies fatales pour les enfants, est l'un des principaux facteurs causant la malnutrition. Ce déficit chronique limite la pleine valorisation du potentiel humain du continent qui disposera de 25 % de la population mondiale en 2050 soit 2,4 milliards d'habitants.


Au Sénégal, les autorités ont pris une option claire pour la gestion du service de l’eau dans le monde rural avec la création de l’Office des Forages Ruraux. Il s’agit de la confirmation d’une option doublée d’une volonté politique pour instaurer un cadre plus adéquat et performant qui va permettre une meilleure gestion du patrimoine constitué et un service public de l’eau potable efficace et durable.


La réforme de l’hydraulique rurale au Sénégal, va encourager les jeunes à suivre des filières pour investir le secteur de l’eau, ce qui aiderait dans l’avenir à garantir une gestion transparente du secteur. Le nouvel agenda en plus d’être un atout pour assurer l’accès géographique et financière du service de l’eau, va permettre la pérennité du service et donnera l’opportunité aux populations à s’impliquer dans la gestion de l’eau et à connaître les vrais possibilités et limites du secteur. Une implication qui fera des populations non seulement des usagers actifs, mais des acteurs de leur propre devenir.

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‘Fournir l'eau potable et l'assainissement à nos populations (...) c'est impulser le développement du continent’.

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Death : best single invention of life

Death : best single invention of life | Building Leadership Skills | Scoop.it
No one wants to die even people who want to go to Heaven don’t want to die to get there. But Death is destination we all share no one has ever escaped it. And that is as it should be. Remembering you’re going to die the best thing to avoid the trap of thinking you have something to loose. So don’t waste it living someone else’s life. Don’t be trapped by dogma, which is living with the results of others people’s thinking Have the courage to follow you heart and intuition. They somehow already know what you truly want to become. Everything else is secondary. Death is the best single invention of life, It clears out the old to make way for the new, It motivates, It empowers, it’s life change agent
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Death is the best single invention of life, It clears out the old to make way for the new, It motivates, It empowers, it’s life change agent
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Six Things to Keep in Mind Before Goal Setting - Jesse Lyn Stoner

Six Things to Keep in Mind Before Goal Setting - Jesse Lyn Stoner | Building Leadership Skills | Scoop.it
Too often goal setting is a waste of time. The problem is not with goals. It's with the goal setting process itself. Here are 6 tips to set goals that work.
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 If teamwork is one of your goals– are there rewards for team performance or is the focus on individual contributions? Systems that are not aligned with your vision and goals will derail you

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While Poverty in Africa Has Declined, Number of Poor Has Increased

While Poverty in Africa Has Declined, Number of Poor Has Increased | Building Leadership Skills | Scoop.it
A new World Bank report shows that while poverty in Sub-Saharan Africa may be lower than current estimates suggest, however, due to population growth, many more people are poor.
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Seven of the 10 most unequal countries in the world are in Africa, most of them in southern Africa
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Dale Carnegie, Richardson among top leadership training Cos - The Economic Times

Dale Carnegie, Richardson among top leadership training Cos - The Economic Times | Building Leadership Skills | Scoop.it
Dale Carnegie, Harvard Business Publishing and Richardson were named among top 20 leadership training companies globally by TrainingIndustry.com.
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Building Great Team

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Building 'our team' I always keep in mind that teams achieve more than individuals. 'Most of them' want to get on board but  to make it happen we do have to follow some  fundamentals. I do know that its not a definitive list and it will not guarantee success but it can give us the best chance to deliver.Clear Goals and Objectives - No team succeeds without an objective, its the one consistent, teams achieve success when each individual can maximise there own potential in achieving the same goal. A team is the outcome of a collaboration of individuals performing towards a single
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The power of all teams resides in the uniqueness of the team members; in their diversity, experiences.... .  When individuals become “passengers” and don’t put their unique perspectives on the table for the team and leadership to consider, the team will suffer....

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Partenariat public privé SDE/Etat du Sénégal : Est-ce le bon modèle ? | RÉUSSIR Business

Partenariat public privé SDE/Etat du Sénégal : Est-ce le bon modèle ? | RÉUSSIR Business | Building Leadership Skills | Scoop.it
Les problèmes récents d’alimentation d’eau de la ville de Dakar ont soulevé des débats assez intéressants sur les programmes de Partenariat Public Privé (PPP).
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Les exemples de PPP contestés illustrent souvent qu'une de ces étapes n'a pas été prise au sérieux et que la dimension partenariale de ces accords est déficiente.

La capacité des acteurs à se poser les bonnes questions quant à l'utilité du projet, la manière de le mener, les écueils à éviter et leur volonté d'investir dans le partenariat, ... 

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Quel sens donner à la vision d’une organisation ?

Quel sens donner à la vision d’une organisation ? | Building Leadership Skills | Scoop.it
La vision est capitale, elle motive et donne de l’énergie. Elle est l’axe autour duquel se structure le business model de l’entreprise et l’organisation des ressources et relations avec les parties prenantes. Elle constitue l’enjeu supérieur derrière les actions de toute organisation.La vision donne un cap, une direction et encore une perspective sur le très long terme. Elle permet d’avoir une image de la situation future et des avantages dont tout le monde va bénéficier. Il ne s’agit pas de rêve. Le r&e
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La vision sans action n'est qu'un rêve, l'action sans la vision ne fait que passer le temps, la vision combinée à l'action peut changer le monde

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When Coaching is not the Answer!

When Coaching is not the Answer! | Building Leadership Skills | Scoop.it
My firm belief is that coaching should be used to help somebody grow - to improve in capability and self-confidence. Unfortunately, in too many organisations, coaching is seen as a panacea for all ills and/or a last resort to try to "fix" somebody who is "broken". Too many times have I been asked to coach somebody whom management has given up on. Coaching is ignorantly suggested as the snake oil that can cure the person who is regarded as having become a burden, no matter for what reason, and somehow magically restore them to the state of productive asset. Or worse, it's the last intervention box that gets ticked before they are kicked out the door, after which the organisation can say, "Well, we tried everything."

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David Hain's curator insight, May 12, 2015 4:55 AM

Coaching is at its best as a development activity, not a last chance saloon.

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...and if applied and/or called for in inappropriate situations it might even backfire... money, time, energy are spent, results are not shown, disappointment, disillusionment occur... and one thinks that coaching is BS as it is... although it was either wrongly applied and or wrongly administered... 

 

...if the client itself does not think that he/she needs it and doesn't want to improve, the condition sine qua non of the successful coaching is simply non-existent... 

 

...and/or if the situation (in which he/she is involved) is not also changing (perhaps due to the changes achieved in the coaching process), the old patterns/games might quickly absorb back the person into his/her old patterns...

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Personal opinion: Coaching is only successful when it is proactive, intentional and engaging on both sides. The value comes from the relationship and accountability not the program or models. Food for thought.

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Policies & Personality

Policies & Personality | Building Leadership Skills | Scoop.it
There’s a reason we have leaders and managers in business and we cannot deny the distinctions between each role. Not all leaders are great managers and not all managers can be good leaders; that’s a fact. A business can’t survive with someone leading at the front if there’s nobody managing from below. A business needs infrastructure but there’s no point in having all the right strategies without the vision and drive to mould them into something special. Good policies are better followed when there’s a personality to front them and we cannot ignore this significant partnership.
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Why You Should Brand Yourself As Well As Your Business

Why You Should Brand Yourself As Well As Your Business | Building Leadership Skills | Scoop.it

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Daniel Watson's curator insight, April 18, 2015 3:11 AM


Have you overcome the hurdles associated with branding your business?


Is the importance of establishing your personal brand in this digital age, something that you are aware of, and can see the value of developing?


Are you ready to move on to taking action to develop your personal brand?


After reading this excellent article, that outlines the importance of personal branding as an adjunct to branding your business, will you be motivated to get moving?

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Stand Out & Be Included ...

SNMinc WebGems's comment, May 7, 2015 3:27 AM
Nice article on how to brand yourself beside branding your business. This will be useful for everyone and applies even for small business owners.
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Global Top Employers survey on leadership development

Global Top Employers survey on leadership development | Building Leadership Skills | Scoop.it
“Key trends identified by the Top Employers Institute include self-select involvement, measuring methods and the use of digital technology, all of which are geared to give future leaders the opportunity to gain broader life and commercial skills and to step outside their comfort zones with challenging projects within and without the organisation.”
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The rapidly changing face of leadership has seen the growth of a collective - rather than individual - approach to leadership - Top Employers

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Labeled leadership - what does it add?

Labeled leadership - what does it add? | Building Leadership Skills | Scoop.it

There are more than 20 different styles for just naming ‘different’ leadership approaches.


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David Hain's curator insight, March 27, 2015 2:04 PM

A nice debunking of the 'leadership style' myth.  we love titles, and they help to sell books, don't they?

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Private equity in Africa : unblocking the pipes

Private equity in Africa : unblocking the pipes | Building Leadership Skills | Scoop.it
The Economist offers authoritative insight and opinion on international news, politics, business, finance, science, technology and the connections between them.
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Africa is desperately short of investment, both from locals and international investors: an extra $90 billion a year is needed for infrastructure, never mind other businesses. But many of the normal routes by which capital gets into economies are blocked in Africa.

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Quelle croissance pour l'Afrique ?

Quelle croissance pour l'Afrique ? | Building Leadership Skills | Scoop.it

Avec un taux de croissance annuel compris entre 4,8 et 5,1 % selon les institutions financières internationales, le continent fait mieux que partout ailleurs en 2014, à l'exception de la Chine, et renforce l'image de terres d'opportunité qu'il véhicule ces dernières années auprès des investisseurs du monde entier.


Pour afficher ces bons résultats, la croissance africaine a bénéficié des cours relativement élevés des produits de base sur une bonne partie de l'année, de l'intensification des liens commerciaux avec les économies émergentes, de l'augmentation de la demande intérieure soutenue par l'arrivée confirmée d'une consommation locale et de l'affectation des dépenses publiques vers les infrastructures indispensables au développement du continent.


En ‘rêvant’ d’une corrélation directe entre la croissance économique et la réduction de la pauvreté, ceux qui ont préparé les objectifs de développement du Millenium (ODM) pour les Nations unies estimaient que réduire de moitié la pauvreté en Afrique pour 2015 requérait que les pays parviennent à une croissance annuelle minimum moyenne de 7 %. Pourtant le continent possède toujours le plus haut niveau de pauvreté au monde et est l’une des deux régions où la pauvreté n’a pas décliné au cours des vingt dernières années. Près de la moitié des Africains, soit 48 %, vivent dans une extrême pauvreté, et 72 % de la population de jeunes vivent avec moins de deux dollars par jour.


Ainsi, la grande question reste de savoir pourquoi la croissance ne s’est pas traduite par une réduction de la pauvreté. Une des raisons tient au fait que les taux de croissance récents de l’Afrique bien qu’élevés selon les normes internationales restent trop bas pour avoir un impact décisif sur la pauvreté. Les conditions initiales sont si faibles (1000% de 0 = 0) que seuls des niveaux de croissance très élevés et soutenus pourraient avoir un impact visible sur la réduction de la pauvreté.


En fait, la récente croissance de l’Afrique a été essentiellement alimentée par une augmentation des exportations pétrolières et la montée des prix du pétrole. En 2013/2014, 7 des 10 meilleurs taux de croissance africains sont des pays exportateurs de pétrole ou des économies qui se relèvent de conflits armés, les taux élevés de croissance annuelle de ces dernières s’expliquant principalement par le rebond traditionnel faisant suite aux conditions médiocres de la période durant laquelle la croissance est mesurée.


Pour aider à la réduction de la pauvreté, l’Afrique doit chercher à augmenter encore plus ses taux de croissance et les soutenir sur une longue période. De plus, il faut un plus grand équilibre entre les secteurs industriels grands consommateurs de capitaux et gros consommateurs de main d’œuvre. On ne peut cependant pas encourager les industries grandes consommatrices de main d’œuvre qui créent des emplois pour les pauvres aux dépends des industries grandes consommatrices de capitaux.


Enfin, la redistribution des revenus en Afrique doit être plus équitable. Ce qui est difficile étant donné qu’une redistribution faussée des revenus fait traditionnellement partie de l’héritage du pays. Pourtant, ce n’est pas impossible, particulièrement pour les pays africains qui ont su moderniser leurs institutions politiques.

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l’Afrique doit chercher à augmenter encore plus ses taux de croissance et les soutenir sur une longue période.

De plus, il faut un grand équilibre entre les secteurs industriels grands consommateurs de capitaux et gros consommateurs de main d’œuvre. On ne peut pas encourager les industries grandes consommatrices de main d’œuvre qui créent des emplois pour les pauvres aux dépends des industries grandes consommatrices de capitaux

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