Kemi Ogunyemi, Associate Professor, holds a degree in Law from the University of Ibadan, an LLM from the University of Strathclyde and MBA and PhD degrees from Pan-Atlantic University. She currently teaches business ethics, managerial anthropology, self-leadership and sustainability management at the Lagos Business School. She is also the director of the Christopher Kolade Centre for Research in Leadership and Ethics as well as the academic director for the School’s Senior Management Programme. Her consulting and research interests include personal ethos, work–life ethic, social responsibility, sustainability, governance and anti-corruption risk assessment. She has authored numerous publications and is the editor of the 3-volume resource for faculty in tertiary institutions – Teaching Ethics Across the Management Curriculum as well as of African Virtue Ethics Traditions for Business and Management; Humanistic Perspectives in Hospitality and Tourism; Responsible Management in Africa; Responsible Management of Shifts in Work Modes; and Management and Leadership for a Sustainable Africa. She also wrote the book ‘Responsible Management: Understanding Human Nature, Ethics, and Sustainability.