Utiva Academy

Utiva combines online learning experiences with traditional classroom training to deliver value to our students (Utivans).

Utiva learning programme is divided into four phases and all through, our students interact with the Utiva App to improve learning, reinforce knowledge, interact with others and evaluate performance.

Utiva Meetups

Utiva Community Meetups in about 20 Locations in Nigeria

We are building a community of learners for employers globally through continuous learning and social interactions. Our students learn continuously and improve their social networking capacities and networks.
20 Meetups and Training Classes + Exercises

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Utiva Academy Focus

Project Management Corporate Leadership Lean Entrepreneurship
Sales and Marketing Professional Development and Leadership Skills Design Thinking and Iteration
Financial Analysis and Valuation Market and Business Research Workplace Communication Skills
52+ Business Cases
40+ Faculty
10+ Skills
9+ Partnerships

One Year Business Case Review

One of the reasons we use business cases as a good and more productive approach to learning is that many students are more inductive than deductive reasoners, which means that they learn better from examples than from logical development starting with basic principles. The use of case studies can therefore be a very effective classroom technique.
Case studies are long been used in business schools, law schools, medical schools and the social sciences, but they can be used in any discipline when instructors want students to explore how what they have learned applies to real world situations. Utiva cases come in many formats, from a simple “What would you do in this situation?” question to a detailed description of a situation with accompanying data to analyze. Whether to use a simple scenario-type case or a complex detailed one depends on your course objectives.
Most Utiva case assignments require students to answer an open-ended question or develop a solution to an open-ended problem with multiple potential solutions. Requirements can range from a one-paragraph answer to a fully developed group action plan, proposal or decision.

    Why Utiva Cases?
    A major advantage of teaching with case studies is that the utivans are actively engaged in figuring out the principles by abstracting from the examples. This develops their skills in:
  • Problem solving.
  • Analytical tools, quantitative and/or qualitative, depending on the case.
  • Decision making in complex situations.
  • Coping with ambiguities.