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Manage change (22)

Thursday, 31 October 2019 16:01

The Edge Malaysia, October 7, 2019 - Pick your battles

there were many questions from the floor during the panel discussion at The Edge -Digi Forum on Digital Transformation : Myths, Reality and Relevance. Below is a selection of some of the questions, which were presented on sli.do, and the replies provided by four of the speakers (picture, from left) - Photobook Worldwide CEO Leow Wee Jonn, Digi Telecommunications Sdn Bhd chief business officer Eugene Teh, Crowe Growth Consulting Sdn Bhd managing director Michael Lim and Ficus Venture Capital Sdn Bhd co-founder Baiza Bain.

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Thursday, 31 October 2019 15:49

The Edge Malaysia, October 7, 2019 - Digital Transformation Myths, Reality & Relevance

Companies have to learn to start dealing with digital distruption because it will affect them regardless of their size, Digi Telecommunications Sdn Bhd chief business officer Eugene Teh told the audience at the recent The Edge-Digi forum on Digital Transformation : Myths, Reality and Relevance.

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  • Industry Services
  • Company Name Digi Telecommunications Sdn Bhd
  • Geographical Selangor
Friday, 25 October 2019 11:14

A Breath of Fresh Air: Pioneering Clean Air Solutions

“I am delighted and humbled to be given this opportunity to continue building on the Camfil tradition of Quality First, Best in Class Products, dedication to our customers and of course our fantastic Camfil employees. Since some time now, the strategic direction has been set to focus on developing our Molecular Contamination Control (MCC) business, Air Pollution Control (APC), Power Systems aftermarket, Industrial CamCleaners and our key filter segment such as Comfort, Health Care, Life Science and Food & Beverage. In parallel we will be focusing on our drive for internal efficiencies and digitalisation also known as project Harmony. Sustainability will continue to be part of our DNA and goes hand in hand with our vision of making clean air a human right.” Mark Simmons, CEO and President, Camfil Malaysia Sdn. Bhd.

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  • Best Practices Type Case Studies
  • Industry Manufacturing
  • Company Name Camfil Malaysia Sdn. Bhd.
  • Geographical Selangor
Wednesday, 09 October 2019 11:15

Aug 26, 2019, The Edge Malaysia - How corporations can help their people

With rapid technological changes affecting the way people live and work, it is inevitable that employers have to work on strenghtening their workforce so that the business ecosystem catches up with the general trends.

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Wednesday, 09 October 2019 09:56

Aug 26, 2019, The Edge Malaysia - Bringing the youth workforce up to speed

In the force of rapid global change, the way we live and work is becoming increasingly affected by forces that are out of our control. These changes are happening faster than many of us can adapt to, as seen in the disruption ofdiverse industries. Those who are unable to unlearn old programming and adopt new ways of doing things are simply left behind.

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Wednesday, 09 October 2019 09:43

Aug 26, 2019, The Edge Malaysia - Beyond wealth: Well-being is the route to riches

What does wealth mean in a modern Malaysia? You might think it is down to the car you drive or that condo you own. But on a national scale, it has always been a question of GDP. It is time we recognised that this needs to change or we risk sleepwalking our way to social disquiet.

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Thursday, 03 October 2019 08:45

The Edge Malaysia - How Does Kuala Lumpur Stack Up in Terms of Quality of Life ? (10 June 2019)

Here's a peek at where Malaysia stands in terms of living standards and global prices compared with various countries and cities around the world. This is based on the 2019 edition of Deutsche Bank's Mapping the World's Prices. Compared with other cities around the world, how does Kuala Lumpur stack up in terms of consumer purchasing power, safety, housing affordability and commuting time? Check out the results here..

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Wednesday, 04 September 2019 08:39

Seeding the Green Initiatives

TAFS also practices several environmental sustainability approaches in its operation. One of them is to recommend incoming guests to only bring their toothbrushes and toothpastes, as the resort had already prepared the essential organic toiletries such as soap, shampoo, and hair conditioner in each of its lodge. The usage of organic products could reduce the carbon footprint and amount of diluted sludge mixed with inorganic wastes that would affect the forest ecosystem. Additionally, this eco-friendly resort also bans the use of non-biodegradable plastic within its premise to maintain the forest cleanliness.

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  • Industry Services
  • Company Name Tanah Aina Resort
  • Geographical Pahang
Tuesday, 03 September 2019 16:06

Revitalising Malaysia Eco-Tourism at Tanah Aina Resort

“TAFS was first born out of my passionate love towards mother nature. But I also want others, especially nature lovers, to acknowledge TAFS as one of the most unique eco-resorts in the world. In order to achieve this, we have implemented many green practices to minimise the pollution including the usage of organic toiletries and natural air purifier in lodge and toilets, planting of new trees/plants around the resort, as well as the banning of single-use plastic.”

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  • Industry Services
  • Company Name Tanah Aina Resort
  • Geographical Pahang
Thursday, 25 July 2019 11:15

June 3, 2019, The Edge Malaysia - Turning Fishing Villages into Tourism Destinations

Fishing villages along the east and west coasts of Peninsular Malaysia with predominantly Malay or Chinese communities can attract tourists for several reasons. One is their location and another is the unique lifestyle and the products they offer. When such villages were thriving, the fisherman were able to offer an abundance of fresh fish and dried seafood. On the west coast, these include Kuala Sangga, Kuala Sepetang, Pulau Pangkor, Lumut, Sekinchan, Pulau Ketam and Sungai Lima.

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