Ex-managing director of Frost & Sullivan and founder of Twimbit delivers nuggets of leadership advice relevant for today’s pace of change.
Go-Jek was supposed to go on the offensive with its impending SEA expansion but the Grab-Uber merger changes that.
After 4 years of fierce battle with Uber, Grab takes over its assets and now gears up for its next battle in Southeast Asia.
While Malaysia’s developments in physical and digital infrastructure are a national priority, improvements in “soft” infrastructure remain an elusive concept that could undermine the country’s aspirations to achieve developed nation status.
Traditional companies need to urgently reinvent their business models by adopting the ‘Innovate to Zero’ concept or risk becoming irrelevant in the market, Frost & Sullivan senior partner Manoj Menon told the What’s Next conference in Cyberjaya.
In this, the last instalment of the Tech Vision series, Frost & Sullivan’s Manoj Menon looks at how emerging and innovative technologies can help Malaysia and Singapore solve their causeway traffic and border-crossing problems.
What’s an old-school business guy doing at a tech conference? Probably because his most famous venture harnessed technology and innovative business models to disrupt the entire global airline industry, and he is aiming to do the same to other industries, writes DNA founder Karamjit Singh.
Frost & Sullivan, through its Tech Vision analysis, has identified 50 disruptive technologies. In this instalment, Manoj Menon looks at how M2M communications, self-healing polymers, drones and low-cost sensors can help solve Malaysia’s water issues.
Frost & Sullivan, through its Tech Vision analysis, has identified 50 disruptive technologies. In this instalment, Manoj Menon looks at how Augmented Reality, Smart Haptics and Touch, OLED Displays, and Predictive Data are driving the transformation of the retail industry.
Frost & Sullivan through its Tech Vision analysis identifies 50 disruptive technologies to help companies make sense of these technologies for their business. This column looks at how these emerging technologies can be used to combat that silent killer, diabetes.