Nature of the consultancy firm’s work is changing, with 15% of what they do now only coming into being within the last three years.
McKinsey has decided to make Malaysia and KL one of their lighthouse studios in the region.
Will boost its digital capabilities in Asia where demand is fast growing.
Karamjit Singh reflects on the key takeaways for him from DNA’s anchor event and ends his article with an interesting observation.
The saying goes ‘if it ain’t broke, why fix it?’, but this no longer holds true for traditional businesses, according to a speaker at What’s Next 2016.
After introducing Vintent Tan founder of Berjaya Corporation group of companies yesterday, Karamjit Singh today introduces Nick Nash, group president of South-East Asia’s most valuable startup, Yasmin Mahmod of MDEC and a top management consultant from McKinsey & Co to What’s Next. And yes, you can say that he is a little bit excited!
It may be a traditional old business, but Malaysia Airlines understands the value of digital, with 35% of its overall A&P budget typically going online, says its A&P head Khairul Syahar Khalid.
Providing solutions to companies rather than people is hardly a glamorous undertaking, but there is a white space there worth exploring, writes Gabey Goh.
The nice mix of seasoned entrepreneurs, eager start-ups and corporate types at Disrupt pleases DNA founder Karamjit Singh, as does the enterprise-centric discussion that ensued.
The much-touted ‘app economy’ has a lot of 'white spaces' which canny start-ups and developers can explore while established companies and telecommunications companies (telcos) struggle, participants at the DNA-TeAM Disrupt session on Jan 22 were told.