Tayo is an Oxford-educated entrepreneur with business interests in technology and advertising.
Tayo’s first degree was in mechanical engineering. He holds a doctoral degree (Missouri-Columbia ’08) in mass communication and a marketing-focused MBA (Oxford ’11).
Tayo has worked in tech, consulting, and advertising across Africa, Europe, and North America. He was most recently the head of Publicis Media’s Africa business where he was responsible for 756 employees in 34 countries.
Tayo runs a group of companies with operations spanning technology, advertising, and real estate. He works with the business managers to create value for employees and shareholders.
“Strategy without tactics is the slowest route to victory, tactics without strategy is the noise before defeat.”
- Sun Tsu, Ancient Chinese Military strategist
Tayo publishes both academic and mainstream books/journals
Tayo is currently working on a book about building, sustaining, and harnessing the power of tribes in organizations.
"TribeMaking is the art and science of creating, nurturing, and harnessing the power of corporate tribes."
Tayo speaks at conferences, symposia, and workshops on leadership, marketing, and technology.
I approach leadership from a tribal perspective. I use an amalgam of classical management theory and traditional tribal leadership models to help organizations build and harness the power of their corporate tribes.
I approach technology from a utilitarian perspective. I create and help organizations find technology that solves corporate problems.
I approach marketing from an analytical rather than creative perspective. I help organizations create and implement marketing campaigns that produce sales results and measurable equity growth.
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