Nihinlola Adeyemi is a Nigerian, who has a passion for continuous learning. She is a graduate of computer science from the University of Uyo and obtained an EMBA (Executive Master’s in Business Administration) from the no 1 Business School (China Europe International Business School) in Asia.
She continued with the pursuit of knowledge by getting several professional certifications in Technology and Management (SFC, SAMC, CCISO, MCP, TOGAF, CSSYB, PRINCE2, ITIL V3, ABCP, COBIT 5, MNIM, NCS). She is currently studying for a PhD at the Gordon Institute of Business Science (South Africa).
Over twenty years of expert skills in Digital Transformation, Enterprise Architecture, Cybersecurity, IT Governance, ISO Standards, Scrum Agile, and Product Management. I am a Chief Strategist and an Innovator with prodigious problem-solving skills. A Fellow of the Nigeria Computer Society (FNCS), passionate about Tech and an advocate for continuous learning. I call myself “The Tech Octopus”.
Nihinlola Adeyemi was vetted and accepted into the Forbes Technology Council 2023. Nihinlola was vetted and selected by a review committee based on the depth and diversity of her experience
“We are honoured to welcome Nihinlola Adeyemi into the community,” said Scott Gerber, founder of Forbes Council.
Nihinlola co-wrote a couple of books 20 Impactful Lessons All Industries Can Learn From Big Tech Companies, Ensure Effective UAT Processes With These 20 Expert Tips, and The Impact of Corporate Governance on Scrumban which she wrote alone and can be got on Bookboon.
The book (The Impact of Corporate Governance on Scrumban) is for software project managers and scrum masters irrespective of their years of experience in managing projects. It serves as a summary and a reference point for a quick overview of the processes in Scrum and Kanban. For further illustration, pictorial images were introduced into the book to give the readers a clearer understanding of the framework. It is appropriate for acquiring the knowledge of Scrumban as a beginner, as well as refreshing existing knowledge. A scrum team member, product owner, and scrum master would find this book very insightful.