MDeC CEO Dato’ Yasmin Mahmood is determined that Malaysia’s transformation into a high income digital economy shall be a highly successful one.
Lord Sebastian Newbold Coe expressed his delight at being one of the speakers at the inaugural Global Transformation Forum 2015 (GTF2015) and shares some insights.
For anybody who was alive during the 1980s, Carl Lewis is an instantly-recognisable name. He shares his road to success at the recent Global Transformation Forum.
The ‘world’s greatest referee’, Pierluigi Collina, shares insights to being on the ball.
Over 120 years and ever since New Zealand became the first major country in the world to allow women the vote, there remains significant debate over how empowered women are in modern society.
From his humble beginnings as a policeman’s son in Austria, to great political heights in America, Arnold Schwarzenegger has transformed himself many times during his life.
Dato’ Sri Idris Jala, our very own master of turnarounds, shares what’s required for obtaining significant results in a short period of time.
With 2015 set as the year for the establishment of the ASEAN Economic Community, member countries including Malaysia must put aside differences in order to drive mutual growth.
The Group’s transformation is rooted within the firm foundation of its regional vision.
eGovt services ensure that citizens can get done what they need in the simplest, shortest, and most efficient manner.
IT and businesses that depend heavily on technology and the Internet play a disproportionate role in the economies of regions such as North America and Western Europe, contributing (on average) 3.4% of GDP (www.mckinsey.com/insights/mgi/research/technology_and_innovation/internet_matters) and 21% of GDP growth during the past five years in mature countries.
Malaysian consumers are very cautious in their retail spending. Yet, they will always find the best ways to stretch their money to get retail goods and services that will enrich their lives.
Malaysia’s end-November palm oil stocks rose 2.3% month-on-month and 22% year-on-year to a record high of 2.56 million tonnes. Exports were weaker than expected and production from Sabah surprised on the upside.
When thinking about the advantages and drawbacks of diversity in senior management and board positions, we can learn a great deal from Mother Nature.
Southeast Asia is now the centre of the oleochemicals industry and soon an Oleon plant will be set up in Malaysia rather than Indonesia. What are the reasons for Oleon to set up a plant in Malaysia rather than Indonesia?
I can still remember as a child, the English bank manager was the pillar of the community.
What impact will imposing minimum wages from January 2013 have on our world beating natural rubber industry and glove makers in particular? Chris Eng, Etiqa Insurance & Takaful Bhd’s Head of Research, ponders on this.
Dr Mohamed Ali Abu Bakar, CEO of Clinical Research Malaysia has started to put the pieces into place to position Malaysia as a Clinical Research destination. Can he get the attention of the global pharmaceutical players though?
What standards do you need to adhere to in order to sell your products overseas?
Beating the ‘big boys’ isn’t easy. Cue the Competition Act.