Kenneth is a Professor of Business and Sustainable Development, and the Director of Scaling Business in Africa Consortium at the University of Edinburgh Business School, United Kingdom.
Following a career in management consultancy, he held positions at the Cranfield School of Management and the University of Warwick (Warwick Business School and Warwick Manufacturing Group, respectively). He was a Chevening Scholar, a Scholar of the International Centre for Corporate Social Responsibility, University of Nottingham, and a Visiting Scholar at Said Business School, University of Oxford (where he is currently an External Examiner).
Kenneth’s research interest currently focuses on sector-level policies for sustainability, sustainability strategy in organisations, financing sustainability, and scaling business. He has an expert level knowledge of developing and emerging economies. He has an extensive network in Africa. He was recently a Scholar in Residence at the National Pension Commission, Nigeria, and is currently a Visiting Professor of Strategy and Governance at the Lagos Business School, Nigeria, and an Extraordinary Professor of Business in Africa at the Graduate School of Business, University of Cape Town, South Africa. Besides teaching and researching, Kenneth works closely with businesses and governments in Africa, Europe, and Asia. He leads executive capacity building engagements and consultancy projects in the broad areas of sustainable finance, sustainability strategy, leadership, ethics, and governance.