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“Petronas has always been a company burdened with heavy expectations,” said Lawrence Chong, CEO of Consulus.
(Photo Credit: EoC Secretariat) 1100 representatives of the Economy of Communion (EoC) from 51 countries had a grand opportunity to meet Pope Francis at the Paul VI Hall, at the Vatican, on February 4, 2017. He called on the global entrepreneurs to “be the seed, salt...
Consulus and Sophia University Institute partner to introduce Global Alchemy Leadership and Innovation Program in Italy
The MOU was officially signed today at Sophia University Institute in Loppiano, Italy. Mr Lawrence Chong, Chief Executive Officer of Consulus and Prof. Piero Coda, President of Sophia University Institute represented the two organizations.
2016 has proven to be a year of seismic changes: Donald Trump’s historic win and Brexit were the most unimaginable events. What this mean is, we need to prepare ourselves to be ready for change and learn how to lead it in 2017. In this issue, read about the 4 principles for effective change in business and learn how to see things in unity with others so as to see the future with new eyes.
EoC Incubating International Network: Inspiring the next generation of entrepreneurs in the spirit of communion
The Columnist talked to Ms Florencia Locascio, Communication & Training Manager at EoC Incubating International Network (EoC-IIN) to find out more about their project and how it plays the role in building an economy for all.
“My view is the government can assist but the business owners will need to adopt an open mindset to change and take relevant risks to reinvent themselves,” said Lawrence Chong, CEO of Consulus.
What’s at stake for F1 in Southeast Asia, if Singapore says no to new deal? – Consulus comments on Marketing Interactive
With Malaysia’s recent decision not to renew its hosting rights with Formula One (F1) after 2018, the big question is, if Singapore follows Malaysia’s lead, what will happen to the brand’s foothold in Southeast Asia altogether?
Lawrence Chong, CEO of Consulus, have delivered the guest lecture today at Sophia University Institute in Florence, Italy, on the Consulus experience in transforming organizations towards effective collaboration and enablers for innovation.
As hard as it is, we need to take a moment to step outside ourselves, view the world through the eyes of our opponents, see what they see, understand their fears, concerns and motivation.
The Challenges of the New World Order: The disruption of Industry 4.0 and why a unified approach is needed
In this epoch-changing era, the 4th Industrial Revolution is reminding us why unified models and integrated approaches are the most effective methods to reshape the purpose of nations and organisations.
Le sfide del nuovo ordine mondiale. La 4° rivoluzione industriale e la necessità di modelli unificati
In quest’epoca di cambiamento, la 4° rivoluzione industriale ci ricorda perché i modelli unificati e gli approcci integrati sono i più efficaci per ripensare il senso tanto delle nazioni quanto delle organizzazioni.
Many of us know that the 4th Industrial Revolution is upon us and it will fundamentally change the way we live, work and play. So how well you work with each other, especially with someone of another discipline will matter in terms of creating the type of solutions that are suitable for this new era.
In comments to NewsBase, Lawrence Chong, CEO and co-founder of Consulus, said that Widodo-led reforms to raise interest in upstream investment are essential if he is to succeed in transforming the economy.
As we celebrate another World Company Day with more than 200 signatories today, we invite some of our Signatories from Japan, Vietnam and Indonesia to share about how they build a successful business and make a difference to shape a better world.
The idea that corporate social responsibility is considered exceptional and not the norm is the scandal of our times. We should not have to give an award to a company that is seeking to do good, it is in their DNA and should be the standard.
WCD gets in touch with RMIT Vietnam, RMIT Vietnam, the Asian hub of Melbourne-based University to find out about what they are doing to shape the world.
World Company Day gets in touch with Naked Press, a health and wellness brand from Indonesia to find out about what they are doing to shape the world.
Why is Verizon paying US$4.8 bln for the struggling Yahoo? – Consulus comments on Marketing Magazine
In comments to Marketing Magazine on the acquisition of Yahoo by Verizon, Lawrence Chong, CEO of Consulus, said the acquisition marks the end of an era and Yahoo’s decline should be served as a warning to brands who claim to be disruptive today without actually being so.
In this issue, learn how you can achieve innovation and growth through unity at the corporate level, and how we, through building unity, can make the places where we live and work more livable and sustainable.
The Columnist talks to Mr. Larry Ng, currently serving as Managing Director of World Cities Summit, and Group Director (Architecture & Urban Design Excellence) at Urban Redevelopment Authority (URA) Singapore to find out more about the current pressing urban issues and what should be done to make cities more liveable and sustainable.
CEO of Consulus, Mr Lawrence Chong, was invited to speak at Visual Asia Expo 2016 on 3 – 4 November 2016 at Suntec Singapore.