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“A Part of Me”2003-02-01

What’s it like being head of one of the leading advertising agencies in Asia? Kamthorn Kamol-varinthip talked to Academic Editor Dr. Stephanie Jones about his job as chairman of Lintas Asia-Pacific and member of Lintas’ worldwide board.

Caring ma.kes a difference2003-02-01

How dose Jannie Tay, Singapore’s top woman entrepreneur, manage her staffs?

“I Can’t Afford to Go Easy”2003-02-01

Lal Jhunjhnuwala discussed his philosophy of business—and life—with Associate Editor Cecille Austria.

Execution Beats Strategy2002-12-10

Change is a persistent refrain echoing throughout the telecommunications industry. It is also a concept to which Jean Monty, president and CEO of Canada’s Northern Telecom Limited (Nortel), is constantly attuned.

Built Like a Tank2002-12-01

Bae Soonhoon talks about how “tankism” turned Daewoo Electronics around

“We have to recognize our limitations”2002-12-01

Tanri Abeng as one of the most respected professional managers in Indonesia in the 1980s talked about his experience in rejuvenating the Multi Bintang beer and soft drinks company.

A.voiding the Wrong Formula2002-11-05

Succeeding by overturning tradition is the height of business leadership. It’s also a good prescription for tough times.

Three Kinds of Partners2002-11-01

Each fulfills a unique need.

The Challenge of Competition2002-11-01

To meet the challenges ahead, Cable Wireless appointed Peter Howell-Da.vies as Hongkong Telecom’s deputy chief executive.

“Every little detail must be right.”2002-11-01

Thai Airways International’s image has been tarnished as service quality has fallen amid sagging staff morale. The airline has lost competitiveness and run into financial difficulties.

The Limits of Management Education2002-11-01

As the economic crisis brings job and salary cuts across the region, more managers are looking to upgrade their skills at business schools. That demand carries a big responsibility, especially for those who design MBA programs. As Victor Ordo?ez, Ph.D., director of Bangkok-based UNESCO Principal Regional Office for Asia and the Pacific observes, they ha.ve a fundamentally changed role: from gatherers of information, they must now be strategic sorters of the a.vailable information.

The CEO As Family Man(ager)2002-10-11

Along the way, it discovered what every family business in Asia desperately searches for: a way to keep the business flourishing, and the family intact, at the same time.

The Constancy of Business Principles2002-10-08

Running an insurance business in conformity with Islamic law, or Shariah, might appear limiting to some. Two principles of this law govern the business: people reciprocally guaranteeing each other, and the providers of business funds and the entrepreneur sharing profits. One effect is restriction on the appointment of agents as customer intermediaries.

“Creating Memories Is Part of Business”2002-10-01

Robert V. Chandran is founder and CEO of Chemoil Corporation, a privately held company in the United States with annual revenues of $500 million. In 1981, the Indian-born Chandran filled a gap in the market for marine fuel by establishing a supply and distribution business. He later expanded Chemoil into a diversified global company.

“You Can’t Buy Trust”2002-10-01

Junichi Itoh talked with Chief Executive Asia correspondent Christine Cunanan about managing in Vietnam.

Stop Learning, Stop Breathing.2002-10-01

Richard Helfer, 45, has been CEO of Raffles International Ltd., the hotel and touris.m management arm of Singaporean property group DBS Land, since March 198_9. He considers his firm’s first project, the $109-million refurbishment of the 107-year-old Raffles Hotel, to be one of the highlights of a 23-year career as a hotelier.

The One-Minute Entrepreneur2002-09-06

If you’re handed the biggest project of your life, the last thing you need is a shortage of both human and financial resources. But this was exactly the situation Djoko Ramiadji found himself in when he was appointed to head PT Citra Marga Nushaphala Persada, the consortium involved in the construction of the Ja.karta Harbor Road—Indonesia’s longest toll road—10 years ago. The $165-million project was also the first to be awarded to private business by the Indonesian government.

“Employees Are Not a Cost”2002-09-01

Contributing Editor Christine Cunanan talked to Tadao Suzuki, a vice-president of the Nikkeiren (Japan Employers’ Federation) about managing in today’s Japan.

Building a Regional Family Company2002-09-01

After reaching the top of a U.S. multinational company’s local operations, Koh Boon Hwee took on a bigger challenge—professionalizing a regional family business.

The Future Can’t Wait2002-08-12

Most executives reeling from the current financial crisis in the region would probably balk at the idea of ma.king huge investments, but not Yaya Winarno Junardy.

 
 
 
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