In this series of Raise Your Game and The Science of Building Leaders, Michael Ogheneme who heads special projects in the SME division in Leaderonomics shares his insights on the constraints faced by SME CEOs.
By R VENKATESWARAN
When organisations look at sustainability, the most frequently highlighted fact is the numbers that help to hold up the organisation. In the long-term war for continued profitable existence, the ability of the people to drive the business forward and hold it together for the future, rarely, makes headline news.
Howard Yu, professor of strategic management and innovation at IMD Business School, shares his key insights in strategy and innovation for small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) in the age of disruption, on The Leaderonomics Show.
Professor Olaf Plötner, dean of Executive Education at European School of Management and Technology, shares his expertise on competitive advantage strategy and the current state of B2C business models, on The Leaderonomics Show.
By JACK CHUA
Zev Siegl was one of the co-founders of Starbucks. Although he left Starbucks in 1980 after a decade of service, he continues to be a relevant force that champions the vital role SMEs play in the economy.
By CHANDRAN NAIR
The current system of global capital flow in and out of developing countries on a whim is one of the primary obstacles to their development. It has repeatedly brought promising economies to the brink of disaster.
By STEPHANIE HO,
Malaysian Industrial Development Finance Bhd (MIDF) turned 54 last March, MIDF’s core business is clearly defined and strategised in the areas of investment banking, development finance and asset management.