General Manager, Business Support Group
Ademola Ogunbanjo is the GM, Business Support Group for Oando Energy Resources with overall responsibility for key support functions in the organisation. He oversees the Human Capital Management, Corporate Communications, Supply Chain, IT and Legal teams.
With over 20 years diverse work experience in organisational design and development, change management, business and operations management, Ademola’s role as a seasoned strategy consultant has exposed him to a myriad of organizational challenges and projects. He has experience with clients in both the public and private sectors, locally and internationally and has enjoyed a successful career across various industries including Banking, Telecommunications and Oil & Gas.
Ademola joined Ocean and Oil Holdings in March 2007 as Manager, Energy Investments. He later co-pioneered the start-up of a new OOH subsidiary, Avaizon Consulting Limited, a Strategy, Execution Management and Business Performance Coaching firm he headed as Chief Executive Officer from 2010 to 2013, having previously served as Vice President, Strategy and Execution Management for 2 years. Prior to joining Oando, Ademola worked at the National Bank of Nigeria Limited, MTN’s Sales and Distribution division and Vmobile Nigeria’s (now Airtel Nigeria Limited) Corporate & SME Segments divisions.
Ademola is a scholar of the Said Business School, University of Oxford and HEC Business School, Paris where he studied Consulting and Coaching for Change. He is a fellow of the Institute of Management Consultants, a member of the Institute of Directors, a SEC-certified Market Analyst, with an Executive Masters Certificate in Project Management from the PM College, London and has a certificate from the London School of Economics in Business, International Relations and Political Economy.
Ademola is passionate about charity work and has provided free knowledge resources to NGOs like The Fate Foundation, Incubator Africa, Designing Futures, The Oando Foundation, The Aggregator Platform and Fela Durotoye’s AddVantage Series.