Chamber of Bulk Oil Distributors (CBOD) donated a cheque to the University of Ghana Business School (UGBS) to support a Case Teaching and Writing Workshop at the University of Ghana Business School. The training was provided by Prof. Mark Jenkins from the Cranfield School of Management. Prof. Jenkins is a renowned case writer who also happens to be UGBS’s AACSB’s Global Improvement Networks assigned mentor. The training was for faculty members at UGBS and mentee institutions, namely Islamic University College, Methodist University College, Wisconsin International University College, Knutsford University College and Christian Service University College. A total of 55 faculty members from UGBS and mentee institutions attended the programme. The training took place from the 24th to 25th of April 2017 at the UGBS Graduate Campus.
The donation by the CBOD was made when Dr. Elikplimi Komla Agbloyor paid a courtesy call on the Chief Executive Officer of CBOD on behalf of the UGBS. Petrosol Ghana also contributed to sponsoring the programme in an earlier donation.
Presenting the cheque, the CEO of CBOD, Mr. Senyo Hosi noted that the donation is for a worthy cause meant to support the school in producing more practice oriented graduates. He disclosed the intent of CBOD is to foster a healthy relationship with the school as the two institutions strive for excellence.
The CBOD is the representative body of Bulk Oil Distribution Companies. It has been operational since 2012 but was formally incorporated in January 2014 and serves as the advocacy, lobby and representative body of the industry.
Dr. Elikplimi Komla Agbloyor on behalf of the UGBS expressed gratitude to CBOD, noting the school’s willingness to collaborate with the organisation to develop cases on its members for teaching and learning.
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