Isa Inuwa COO, Corporate Services, NNPC

     

    Mr. Isa Mohammed Inuwa joined NNPC as an Experienced Hire under the Pace Programme in 2005. Before then, he had spent all his working life in the Banking and Financial Services Industry where he rose to occupy Executive, Board level positions at several Banks.

    His academic background is in Accounting and Finance at both Bachelor’s and advance Degree levels. In addition, he is an alumnus of such Business schools as IMD, Insead, Wharton, Witswatersrand, Sa’id and Templeton Colleges of Oxford University, Sendero Institute, Cranfield School of Management and State University of New York. His areas of academic interest cover Business strategy, Leadership and Accounting policy.

    At NNPC, he has had stints as General Manager, Budget & Projects, General Manager Finance, NAPIMS and as Group General Manager, Corporate Audit. He was also on Secondment to the NLNG as Deputy Managing Director, from where he was appointed Chief Operating Officer, Corporate Services, in April 2016.

    In addition to his primary job responsibilities, he has and remains involved in actively providing internal consulting services through leadership of or participation in policy and strategy initiatives across the NNPC organization.

    Join Isa Inuwa at the session titled: 

    “A People-Centered Labour Law for Organizational Productivity” (Plenary 1 Panel Discussion)

    Objectives:

    The world of work is changing at a fast pace and the workforce is becoming highly dynamic and diverse. However, our legal framework with respect to regulation of people at work leaves much to be desired. There is an increasing need to review our legal framework to reflect today’s diverse workforce, complexities of how work is done and the changing workplace practices by making it more people-centered such that productivity can be enhanced. This brings to the fore the urgent need for Employers, Employees, Labour Organizations, Government Ministries, Departments & Agencies, Professional Associations, Judiciary and the Legislature to take a critical look at our Labour and Employment laws with a view to making it relevant and aligned to present day realities.

    Discussants will attempt a review of our labour law and employment practices in view of recent developments in the labour and employment space, and offer insights into how we can make our labour law more people-centered while taking into cognizance the need to improve organizational productivity.

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