Cameroonian strategist, Dr Mathias Mondo, the man who whispers in the ear of the President of the ACCI

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[ACCI-CAVIE] They met at Paris Dauphine’s Executive Doctorate in Business Administration (EDBA) in 2011. Mathias Mondo was in the second batch and Guy Gweth in the third. Having obtained his doctorate in 2015, the elder Mathias asked his “younger doctoral brother” to preface his two books (Afro-responsabilité and Les 13 clés du bien-être au travail). A bond of unbreakable trust.

Who is Dr Mathias Mondo?

Technical Advisor of the Agency for the Promotion of SMEs in Cameroon, Talent Scout, Biographer, Dr Mathias Mondo is a strategist.

He has published several works, such as Afro responsabilité́ (Afro responsibility): la clé́ perdue de l’émergence (the lost key to emergence); Les 13 clés du bien-être au travail (The 13 keys to well-being at work); Manager de 2ème génération dans la filière agricole en Afrique subsaharienne (2nd generation manager in the agricultural sector in Sub-Saharan Africa); Big data for Africa, etc.

Trained in Automated Engineering, Finance, International Management, he holds a PhD in Management Sciences from the University of Paris Dauphine. He teaches strategy and entrepreneurship in programs at prestigious schools and universities in Europe and Africa.

Dr. Mondo has worked in Europe, Asia, America, and Africa, in French, German, American, and Spanish SMEs and multinational companies. Mathias Mondo is a coach for high potentials and politicians in the dual Europe-Africa space.

A brief overview of the ACCI

As a pan-African institution represented in 38 countries, the ACCI is the leading organization in auditing, training, certification, and the implementation of monitoring systems, due diligence, and enhanced competitive intelligence in African markets. It brings together African and international brilliant minds to contribute even more effectively to the competitiveness of public and private actors who rely on the Centre, in African and European markets.

The Editorial Team.