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icai dubai chapter

Annual Conference

Topic

Turning Crises into Opportunities

- Some Productive Lessons

ICAI Dubai Chapter

Presentation by

Prof. Dr. Khawaja Amjad Saeed

*Principal, Hailey College of Banking & Finance, University of the Punjab, Lahore Pakistan, Email: kamjadsaeed@yahoo.com – Website: www.kamjadsaeed.edu.pk Mob: 03334363363

Member Governing Council, International Federation of Accountants (IFAC) (1997-2000), President, South Asian Federation of Accountants (SAFA) (1997), President, Institute of Cost and Management Accountants of Pakistan (1997-2000), President, Association of Management Development Institutions of South Asia (AMDISA) (1993-96), Pro Vice-Chancellor University of the Punjab, Lahore (1994-1996), Founder Director, Institute of Business Administration (IBA), University of the Punjab, Lahore (1973-1996).

Event

Venue & Date

Crowne Plaza Hotel, Date June 20, 2008

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WELCOME TO OUR PROGRAM

TURNING CRISES INTO OPPORTUNITIES

- Some Productive Lessons

PRESENTATION FRAME

Concept & Related Aspects

1

2

Regions, Continents & Countries

3

Product Focus

Beyond Crisis Turning into Opportunity

4

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1: CONCEPT & RELATED ASPECTS

  • Concepts
  • SWOT
  • Approaches
  • Strategies of “Turned on Organizations”
  • Turned on Organizations
  • Change
  • Change as a Crisis
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1: CONCEPT & RELATED ASPECTS

  • 1. CONCEPT
  • - Greek
  • - Chinese= Danger + Opportunity
  • - Dictionary
  • - Crisis:
  • “Turning point of a disease when an important change takes place, indicating either recovery or death”.
  • - Opportunity:
  • “A favorable time or set of circumstances for doing something”.
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1: CONCEPT & RELATED ASPECTS

  • 2. SWOT
  • - SW
  • - Internal
  • - Present
  • -OT
  • - External
  • - Futuristic
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1: CONCEPT & RELATED ASPECTS

  • 3. APPROACHES
  • - A: Thrust
    • - Incremental
    • - Continuous improvements
    • - Break through
  • -B: Thinking
    • - Business as usual
    • - Innovation
    • - Out of Box Thinking
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1: CONCEPT & RELATED ASPECTS

  • 4. STRATEGIES OF TURNED ON ORGANIZATIONS
  • Enthusiastic
  • Costumers
  • Financial
  • Perform-
  • ance
  • Inspired
  • People
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1: CONCEPT & RELATED ASPECTS

  • TURNED ON ORGANIZATIONS
  • Build a strong foundation.
  • Make every customer feel special.
  • Have the courage to set bold goals.
  • Simplify, simplify, simplify.
  • Make technology your servant.
  • Measure well and act fast.
  • Unleash the power of people.
  • Lead with care.
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1: CONCEPT & RELATED ASPECTS

  • 6. CHANGE
  • Machiavelli, The Prince
  • “It must be considered that there is nothing more difficult to carry out, nor more doubtful of success, nor more dangerous to handle than to initiate a new order of thing”
  • 7. CHANGE AS A CRISIS
  • “When confronted with a crisis you need to recognize both the danger and the opportunity.
  • - Often the danger is more readily seen and the opportunity can be well hidden.
  • - Be sure to look for the opportunity as well as the danger”

Source: Extracted from: Internet: http:www.lessons4living.com/crisis.html

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2: REGIONS, CONTINENTS & COUNTRIES

  • SAARC
  • Latin America
  • Canada
  • Asia
  • Japan
  • Malaysia
  • Singapore
  • European Union
  • Australia
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2: REGIONS, CONTINENTS & COUNTRIES

  • 1. SAARC
  • As number “one”
    • All civilizations
    • English Speaking the largest region
    • Irrigated area as number one
    • Railways as number two
  • Exports
    • 1.30% of world exports
  • Challenges to be met
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2: REGIONS, CONTINENTS & COUNTRIES

  • INDIA
    • Rising as an economic giant
    • World Cup-Cricket 1983
      • Kapil Dev------Zimbawe
    • South---North
    • BPO
    • KPO
    • EPO
    • Exports
      • 1961 $1b
      • 2008 $ 130b
      • Target $160b
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2: REGIONS, CONTINENTS & COUNTRIES

  • Rural Unemployment
    • Guaranteed
    • Maharastra
  • Kerala
    • 100 % Literacy
    • Through community
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2: REGIONS, CONTINENTS & COUNTRIES

  • BANGLADESH
    • “New York” Café
    • Gameen Bank
      • Dr. Younus
      • Poverty
      • Females Focus
      • Shelter Policy
      • Projects-Self Emanating
    • From “Jute” to Garments”
      • Niche
      • Females
      • Share in the world
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2: REGIONS, CONTINENTS & COUNTRIES

  • PAKISTAN
    • Agha Khan Rural Support
    • Rise of Micro Credit
    • “Well Being”
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2: REGIONS, CONTINENTS & COUNTRIES

  • BHUTAN
    • Rise of democracy
    • Population: Less than one million
    • Happy life index number: one
  • NEPAL
    • End of Monarchy
    • World Peaks-8
    • Water: Hydel Power
  • MALDIVES
    • 1200 islands
    • 199 inhibited
    • Tourism-Niche
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2: REGIONS, CONTINENTS & COUNTRIES

  • SRI LANKA
    • Literacy
    • Shelter Policy
    • EPZs
    • Rural
    • Focus
    • “Pearl”
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2: REGIONS, CONTINENTS & COUNTRIES

  • 2. LATIN AMERICA
  • - MEXICO
    • Food
    • NAFTA
    • Crisis --- USA role
      • $ 42b
  • - CHILLE
    • Geography
    • “Fish” as niche
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2: REGIONS, CONTINENTS & COUNTRIES

  • 3. CANADA
    • Economy rise
    • Canadian Dollar
    • Oil-Sand
      • Female engineer
      • Separated it
      • Alberta
        • Migration
        • Wage increase
        • Economic boom
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2: REGIONS, CONTINENTS & COUNTRIES

  • 4. CHINA
    • Long March: Cultural Revolution
    • Indigenous Technology
        • “Health” Stomach
        • Hot Water
  • - Mao’s death
    • 3 minutes silence
    • Turn “Grief” into “Power”
    • Third Rank in Global Exports
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2: REGIONS, CONTINENTS & COUNTRIES

  • 5. JAPAN
    • From “Zero” to “Hero”
    • Exports
        • 3rd rank for over 2 decades
        • Now 4th rank
    • Three stage slogan
        • Country first
        • Company no: 2
        • Myself no: 3
  • - Thai bank
    • Employed non-banker
    • Only knew “checking account”
    • Retail banking
    • Strategy: “win Customers”
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2: REGIONS, CONTINENTS & COUNTRIES

  • 6. MALAYSIA
    • Foreign Currency crisis of 1997-98
    • Challenge met
        • Good-bye floating exchange regime
        • Review of development projects
    • Baitual mal
    • FDI
    • Manufacturing share in exports
    • Focus “Rice” in one island
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2: REGIONS, CONTINENTS & COUNTRIES

  • 7. SINGAPORE
    • From boat county to economic tiger
    • Lee Kwon Yaee
    • Population: 4 million
    • Exports
    • Niche: Higher Education
        • NUS-No. 1
        • NTU-No. 2
        • New Initiative
        • - Management Sciences University
        • - Open for 40 years & above
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2: REGIONS, CONTINENTS & COUNTRIES

  • 8. EUROPEAN UNION
    • Konrad Adenauer
      • German Chancellor
      • Invited by W. Churchill December 1951
      • First Chancellor German invited
    • Annual Adenauer lecture at European Studies Centre at St. Antony’s College, Oxford
    • New beginning in relations between UK & Europe
    • Niche: Higher Education
    • Binding force “A community of Western Christian Culture and Tradition”
    • Political Forces: Europe-More advanced economically and socially: Personal Prosperity - Freedom
    • Rise of “Euro”
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2: REGIONS, CONTINENTS & COUNTRIES

  • 9. AUSTRALIA: March 02, 2006
    • Unknown
    • Known through
      • Cricket
      • Hokey
      • Other Games
    • Water Reform to secure future supplies
    • Harvesting the rain water
      • Store it
    • Conservation
    • Agriculture Drip Concept
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2: REGIONS, CONTINENTS & COUNTRIES

  • The largest natural resource base and a highly educated and skilled work force
  • 9/11 openings in education
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2: REGIONS, CONTINENTS & COUNTRIES

  • 10. EGYPT
  • - 1967 war
  • - 1973
  • - Retuned the shot
  • - Water gun
  • - Anwarus Saadat Biography
  • - 1973 attack preparation
  • - Penetration into Sanyai
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3: PRODUCT FOCUS

  • Cricket
  • Oil
  • Scandinavian Airlines
  • Banking
  • Insurance
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3: PRODUCT FOCUS

  • CRICKET
  • - Rise of India
  • - Young Team
  • - Leadership
    • SAARC one day Cricket up June 15, 2008
        • Younis Khan
        • - First match: zero
        • - Second match: zero
        • - Third match: 108 in 99 balls
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3: PRODUCT FOCUS

  • 2. OIL
    • 1973, 1979 and current
    • Solar Energy
    • Alternates
        • Wind
        • - Germany 12,000mw
        • - Coastal areas of Balochistan
        • Others
    • Conservation
        • Phillps
        • - Energy savers
        • - Longer life
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3: PRODUCT FOCUS

  • 3. SCANDINAVIAN AIRLINES
  • - In Trouble
  • - Crisis Turned into opportunity
  • - CEO Changed
  • - Strategy developed
  • - Punctuality as No. 1
  • - European Airline as No. 1
  • - Income doubled
  • - Earlier Loss
  • - Latest big profit
  • - Image developed
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3: PRODUCT FOCUS

  • 4. MCB BANK
  • - CBA role redefined
  • - Focus on NPLs
  • - Leadership-a plus factor
  • 5. INSURANCE
  • - Conventional
  • - Takaful
  • - Density
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4: BEYOND CRISIS TURNING INTO OPPORTUNITY

  • Risk
  • RMMM
    • Mitigation
    • Monitoring
    • Management

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