MITIGATING BUSINESS UNCERTAINTIES
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You may register for Day 1 (a BT event supported by Canon) or Day 2 (a Canon open event); or both days. See respective synopses below:
Day 1, MAY 17
Getting the better of the unknown
The SME of the Times
by Inderjit Singh, enterprise champion, Co-President of World Entrepreneurship Forum, ex-Member of Parliament
Why there is much to gain by rising above structures, regulations and conditions and make things happen yourselves
Responding to an Uncertain Market
by Prof Boh Wai Fong, ACI Fellow and Head, Division of Information Technology and Operations Management, Nanyang Business School, NTU
What strategies businesses can adopt to continuously innovate and spot business opportunities in an uncertain environment
The Cost of Being Competitive
by Prof Tan Khee Giap, Co-Director, Asia Competitiveness Institute, Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy, NUS
How cost dynamics, including the GST hike, will impact business competitiveness
Competing against Corporations
by Eric Lam, CEO Amdon Consulting
When the going gets tough, the small gets going: How to compete and grow in a market dominated by the big boys
Panel discussion: Separating fake news from the real deal in Business Intelligence moderated by Jacky Tai, brand strategist and author
Day 2, MAY 18
Welcome by Canon
Business Model Innovation: Navigating The Business Cyclone Of Uncertainties
by Dr. Michael Teng, CEO, Singapore Innovation and Productivity Centre
Aligning With Innovation And Disruption
by Mr Au Yang Sian, Supply Chain Director, Ferrero Asia Pacific Private Limited
Ferrero’s Brands have always focus on having the highest standard quality and innovation that has created some of the most well-known and appreciated products among consumers around the world. Times have changed but the Job-to- be-done remains the same despite the evolution of technology. Organizations should embrace technology to help them innovate to remain competitive in the market place particularly in areas of sustaining innovation, low-end disruptive innovation and new-market disruptive innovation like what we have seen in areas for mobile phone, music and the banking sectors.
Companies need to understand that customers do not really buy a product but they are hiring a product/ service to help them get a job done. Once a company is able to identify that, it would enable the company to design product and solution for the right market and customers.
In The Face Of Uncertainty : Rely On Your Brand. Using Sensory Omni-Channel Digital Marketing To Optimise Your Business In Today’s Web 3.0
by Mr Nick Goh, Chief Executive Officer, YP Digital, Yellow Pages Pte Ltd
Many companies are grappling how to use digital. The root cause of this problem is not about the “how to” but rather the “why”. Why do you want to use digital? Why would digital benefit your bottom line? Why would a sensory omni-channel digital marketing approach help your business in today’s web 3.0 driven economy? If you can only attend one talk every month on digital marketing and you have an open mind then this talk is for you.
Grit And Passion To Reach Your Goals
by Ms Yip Pin Xiu, 3-times Paralympian and Singapore’s first Paralympic Gold medallist
Growing up with a disability, Pin Xiu did not let anything stop her from reaching her goals and going beyond expectations. Currently a world record holder and a 3 time gold medal Paralympian, Pin Xiu is one of Singapore"s most bemedalled athletes. Pin Xiu will be sharing her story.; specifically her journey to get to where she is, challenges faced along the way, how she overcame these challenges and strategies used to get to the top. Goal setting and a few other mental skills were key to her success.
by Dr. Low Lee Yong, CEO & Founder, MHC Asia Group Pte Ltd
A look at the healthcare system reveals how fragmented and disconnected it is. There are multiple organisations and individuals interacting with one another; each having their own goals, agendas, platforms and internal requirements for gatekeeping and accountability. Amidst all that, stakeholder' ultimate aim is to be able to offer quality healthcare while managing costs. In this talk, Dr Low will touch on the following:
- How MHC has helped simplify healthcare for 24 years since 1994
- Using Big Data analytics to detect medical anomalies and fraudulent claims
- The future of healthcare and its implications
12:30 PM End