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Reading the article ‘What Super Productive People Do Differently’ by Amantha Imber in the Harvard Business Review, had me thinking of my own productivity, as well as that of my peers and colleagues.  I consider myself to be a relatively productive person, able to manage my time and tasks well, with avenues to perform other...
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As an engineer, ongoing efforts at professional development is a necessity in order to effectively serve the needs of clients. As professionals who invent, design, build and test machinery as well as analyse complex systems and structures to fulfil functional objectives, upskilling ensures engineers are up to date on current industry practices and technological advances. ...
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I believe the Chief Marketing Officer’s (CMO’s) role can also be referred to as Chief Inspiration Officer, as they need to inspire new thoughts and ideas. In my professional experience, having once been appointed Sales and Marketing Manager in a global start-up company, having two roles in one can be effective. Given budget constraints, merging...
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Communicating Effectively While Wearing a Mask
I recently read an interesting article published by the Harvard Business Review titled ‘Managing Yourself: How to Build Rapport … While Wearing A Mask’ by Dustin York. There were some good pointers, as I was struggling with wearing a mask, particularly with voice control and listening while conversing with people.  For the safety of one’s...
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I was intrigued by the idea of rethinking the playbook for the next normal for marketers. Inspired by McKinsey & Company’s article – Reimagining marketing in the next normal – I began to ponder on the idea of whether we needed a new playbook in the COVID era. The answer – absolutely. I believe, the...
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SynergenOG co-founder, Puvan Balasubramaniam recently returned to Kuala Lumpur from a business trip in Brunei, where he was conducting essential critical services to support the safe start up of a new Ammonia and Urea Plant operated by Brunei Fertiliser Industries, designed and built by German company – Thyssenkrupp. Among the highlights of his trip, was...
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As a follow up to my previous article on strategies for better group decision making, (read more here), I’ve decided to discuss an interesting piece published by McKinsey that I came across recently, which focuses on using 6 mutually reinforcing mindsets in problem solving, and discovered some exciting similarities and new ideas in the source...
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In reading the Harvard Business Review article published recently discussing 7 Strategies for Better Group Decision-Making by Torben Emmerling and Duncan Rooders, I was reminded of a Problem Solving and Decision-Making module in the course of my MBA (Master of Business Administration) studies. It was a popular module that I believe has given way to...
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Harvard Business Review’s (HBR) article on ‘7 Strategies for Leading a Crisis Driven Re-org’ published recently made me reflect on the Why, What and How questions of our approach to this topic at SynergenOG. I am sure every one of us – from the C-suite executive to the front-line support staff, is experiencing some form...
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The McKinsey article on the Eight Essentials of Innovation, brought to mind a couple of areas for improvement for SynergenOG, serving as a useful checklist. Noting the importance of all elements, I do think there are limitations in the implementation and execution, based on our organisation size and structure.  I believe a family-based or small...
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