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Amaobi Henry

Amaobi Henry
The nomadic Eskimos of the American Arctic live in clans of extended families, with no permanent associations to particular territory. Being almost completely own to suit their particular habitat. Security for the Eskimo depends not on territory but on those from it demanded of him. this sense of collective responsibilities, loyalty, and obligation to one's clan is the basis of the social organization. Each individual owns his own personal clothing and tools, but shelter and food are held in common.
Although there are noi chiefs or formal arbiters of disputes, problems are resolved without resorting to bloodshed. public opinion and public ridicule are the the main mean of maintaining order. Men may wrestle to settle a disputes or have a song duel, in which, at a public gathering, the rivals voice their quarrel by insulting each other in extemporaneous song.
Modern man tends to believe that competition is the driving force behind progress, but this belief does not stand up to close secrutiny. Competition has no inherent virtue. There is plenty of competition in organised crime. Competition between nations has resulted in development of horrendous weapons. Competition can be the motivation for to produce the best or the worst.
"I still remember that effect i produced on a small group of Galla tribesmen massed around a man in black clothes. I dropped an aerial torpedo right in the center, and the group opened up like a flowering rose.It was most entertaining.

Areas Amaobi Henry is Knowledgeable in:

Legals,Accounting, Psycology and communication, finance,marketing,

Techniques Amaobi Henry Uses:

Excelling in providing sound solution for Business-to-Commerce, Business-to-Business in an effective and efficient. And creating and integrating strategic alliance for companies, thereby reducing cost,ensuring quality of services

Amaobi Henry's Problem Solving Skills:

  1. Legal

Amaobi Henry's Problem Solving Experience:

  1. Accounting principles, Statistical Techniques in Business and Economics