Persidangan Antarabangsa: Strategi Lautan Biru (ICBOS)

  • Tuesday, 16th August 2016 (all day)
  • Wednesday, 17th August 2016 (all day)
  • Thursday, 18th August 2016 (all day)

Location: Putrajaya International Convention Centre

This event is in the past.

ICBOS3-3Around the world, people’s demands and expectations of government continue to rise. Meeting those demands is made all the more difficult in a challenging global economic environment. This is why governments need to transform and find new ways to deliver strong economic growth and enhance the services they provide. How can governments transform and become more creative and innovative?

In order to achieve its national goal of becoming an advanced country by 2020, Malaysia has put creativity at the heart of its national development efforts. It applied the National Blue Ocean Strategy (NBOS) approach of rapidly delivering high value (impact) to the people of Malaysia, while keeping the costs of providing government services low. Since its adoption in 2009, over 90 NBOS initiatives have been implemented by over 80 ministries and agencies, which closely collaborate to share resources, eliminate duplication and deliver high value to the general public.

In light of this, Malaysia will be hosting the International Conference on Blue Ocean Strategy at the Putrajaya International Convention Centre (PICC) in Putrajaya, Malaysia from 16 to 18 August 2016 with the theme, Transforming Nations through Creativity and Innovation.

This three-day conference will give an opportunity for participants to share knowledge and ideas of how to inject creativity and innovation in the formulation and implementation of national policies and initiatives. The conference will consist of keynote speeches and panel discussions by national leaders, eminent speakers, and global experts from all around the world. In conjunction with the conference, an NBOS Open Day and Exhibition will be held at the same venue. Through these events and activities, participants will have an opportunity to explore the various creative and innovative initiatives implemented by Malaysia and observe how these initiatives have successfully adopted the NBOS approach of rapidly delivering high impact to the people while keeping costs low.

Approximately 3,000 participants from around the world are expected to attend the conference, including national leaders from Commonwealth member countries, ASEAN nations, and members of the Organisation of Islamic Cooperation (OIC).

DAY ONE PROGRAMME

7:15am

Arrival and Registration of Participants/ Welcome Coffee & Tea

8:30am

Arrival of Invited Guests & VIPs

8:50am

Arrival of the Chief Secretary to the Government of Malaysia

9:00am

Arrival of the Prime Minister of Malaysia

9:05am

Arrival of the Heads of State

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9:15am
WELCOME REMARKS
Tan Sri Dr. Ali Hamsa
Chief Secretary to the Government of Malaysia

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9:30am
OFFICIAL OPENING AND KEYNOTE ADDRESS
“Transforming Nations through Creativity & Innovation”

The Hon. Dato’ Sri Mohd Najib Tun Abdul Razak
Prime Minister of Malaysia

10:00am

Tour to NBOS Exhibition / Break & Morning Refreshments / Networking

LEADERS' SUMMIT : TRANSFORMING NATIONS THROUGH CREATIVITY AND INNOVATION

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10:30am
SPECIAL LECTURE
“Transforming Your Nation for High Performance”

Professors W.  Chan Kim and Renée Mauborgne
Co-Director of the INSEAD Blue Ocean Strategy Institute & Co-Author of Blue Ocean Strategy

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11:15am
LEADERS’ DISCUSSION

Moderator

Professor Renée Mauborgne
Co-Director of the INSEAD Blue Ocean Strategy Institute & Co-Author of Blue Ocean Strategy

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Speakers
His Majesty King Mswati III 
Kingdom of Swaziland

The Hon. President Abdulla Yameen Abdul Gayoom

The Hon. President Abdulla Yameen Abdul Gayoom 
President of the Republic of Maldives

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The Hon. Dato’ Sri Mohd Najib Tun Abdul Razak 
Prime Minister of Malaysia

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The Hon. Hun Sen 
Prime Minister of the Kingdom of Cambodia

Rui Maria de Araújo

The Hon. Dr. Rui Maria De Araújo 
Prime Minister of the Democratic Republic of Timor-Leste

The Hon. Peter O’Neill

The Hon. Peter O’Neill
Prime Minister of Papua New Guinea

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The Hon. Frank Bainimarama 
Prime Minister of the Republic of Fiji

12:45pm

End of session / Business Networking

1:00pm

Leaders lunch hosted by the Prime Minister of Malaysia

LUNCHEON TALK BEYOND EXPECTATION, PUSHING THE BOUNDARIES

Since starting AirAsia, in 2001, Tony Fernandes has become one of Asia’s better-known business figures and entrepreneurs. He has built AirAsia into the leading low-cost carrier in ASEAN, serving 65 destinations in 18 countries. Indeed, AirAsia is one of ASEAN’s biggest business success stories. The AirAsia brand has become an umbrella for foreign airlines in which Fernandes has a stake. He bought 49% of the then AWAIR, an Indonesian low-cost carrier, in 2004, rebranding it as IndonesiaAirAsia the following year. Similar joint ventures have brought AirAsia into the Philippines, Thailand, Japan and most recently into India. Today, the airline carries nearly 15 million passengers a year. What can we gain from Fernandes’s life experiences? What are his key factor in success? What are his fear and short come in life? What motivates him? What makes Tony Fernandes different from others?

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1.00 PM
Moderator
Sophie Kamaruddin
Anchor, Bloomberg Malaysia

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Tan Sri Tony Fernandes
Group Chief Executive Officer, AirAsia

2:00pm

Networking

PLENARY SESSION ONE
CREATING BLUE OCEANS IN NATIONAL DEVELOPMENT

2:30 pm – 3:30 pm

Creating blue oceans in national development requires looking beyond conventional boundaries within and across public and private sectors, adopting creative and innovative approaches to achieving strong economic growth and enhancing public well-being, and motivating all stakeholders to actively participate. This session will explore how a blue ocean approach of creativity and collaboration can be applied at the national level.

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Moderator
Professor Tan Sri Zakri Abdul Hamid 
Science Adviser to Prime Minister of Malaysia

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Speakers
Her Excellency Rt. Hon. Patricia Janet Scotland
The Baroness Scotland of Asthal, PC QC / Secretary-General of the Commonwealth of Nations

The Hon. Mr Visanu Krue-ngam 
Deputy Prime Minister of Thailand

The Hon. Dato’ Seri Hishammuddin Tun Hussein
Minister of Defence, Malaysia

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Dr. Shamshad Akhtar 
United Nations Under-Secretary-General and ESCAP Executive Secretary

3:30pm- 4.30pm

Afternoon Break / Networking

CONCURRENT SESSIONS : PEOPLE FIRST PERFORMANCE NOW

SESSION 1
TOTAL SECURITY SYSTEM THROUGH CREATIVE COLLABORATION

4.00 – 5.30 pm

The first and most basic duty of government is to provide safety and security. National resources are not limitless; therefore creative solutions are needed to address the safety and security concerns of citizens in both rural and urban areas. This session will examine how different agencies can work together in new ways to enhance national security and public safety.

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Moderator:
Lt. Gen. Datuk Dr. William Stevenson 
Senior Deputy Director (NBOS),National Strategy Unit

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Speaker:
Lt. Gen. P K Singh 
Director, United Service Institution of India

SESSION 2
COMMUNITY TRANSFORMATION

4.00 – 5.30 pm

Community transformation has greater impact when it is based on the real needs of local people. This session will discuss community transformation at the grassroots level and how resources across federal, state & local agencies and the private sector can be leveraged to improve communities and create new economic opportunities.

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Moderator:
Tan Sri Dr. Ong Hong Peng 
Secretary General, Ministry of Tourism and Culture Malaysia

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Speakers:
Tan Sri Arpah binti Abdul Razak 
Chairman, Public Service Commission

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Dato’ Seri Ir. Dr. Zaini Ujang 
Secretary General, Ministry of Higher Education Malaysia

SESSION 3
INNOVATIVE PUBLIC SERVICE DELIVERY

4.00 – 5.30 pm

Many recent innovations in public service delivery have been focused on bringing government services and facilities closer to the people. This session will point the way to successful models of government service delivery that emphasise convenient access to a wide range of government services.

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Moderator:
Dr. Aminuddin Hassim
Director, National Strategy Unit, Ministry of Finance

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Speakers:

Tan Sri Dr. Madinah Mohamad 
Secretary General, Ministry of Education Malaysia (MOE)

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Dr. Anwar Shah
Director, Centre for Public Economics, Chengdu/Wenjing, China and Advisor/Consultant to The World Bank

John-Kijazi

HE Amb. John William Kijazi
Chief Secretary, United Republic of Tanzania

Dato’ Sri Zainal Rahim bin Seman.

Dato’ Sri Zainal Rahim bin Seman 
Director General, MAMPU

SESSION 4
TAPPING INTO THE CREATIVITY OF PEOPLE TO ACCELERATE DEVELOPMENT

4.00 – 5.30 pm

Unleashing peoples’ creative potential can accelerate development by enhancing the productivity of the workforce and generating high income opportunities. This session will focus on how to promote creative and innovative thinking and ways of working among all segments of society.

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Moderator:
Dr. Hamidin Abd Hamid 
Chief Executive Officer, Razak School of Government

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Speakers :

Nilam Sari Setiono
Marketing Director / Owner, Kebab Turki Baba Rafi, Indonesia

Dato Sri Adenan bin Abdul Rahman

Dato’ Sri Adenan Ab. Rahman
Secretary General of Ministry of Human Resources

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Michael Teoh Su Lim 
Founder, Thriving Talents, Global Advisor, YouthSpark Initiative and iM4U National Ambassador

5:30pm

End of Day One / Refreshments

8:30pm

Welcome Dinner hosted by Prime Minister of Malaysia for Moderators, Speakers & Heads of States at Mandarin Oriental Kuala Lumpur

DAY TWO PROGRAMME

YOUNG LEADERS FORUM
CREATING FUTURE BLUE OCEAN LEADERS

9:00am – 10:00am

This forum will bring together young, emerging leaders from government, business, academic and research institutions, think tanks and NGOs to discuss what the future of the global community and regional cooperation means to the younger generation. It will provide a platform for young leaders to share their thoughts, experiences, hopes and aspirations for creating new blue oceans.

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Moderator:
Kartini Ariffin 
Producer, Radio Announcer, TV Host, Script Writer, Voice Talent

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Speakers:
Dr. Gamal Albinsaid
Founder Garbage Clinical Insurance, Indonesia Medika

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Alvin Teh
Learning R&D Partner, Thriving Talents

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Vishen Lakhiani
Founder and CEO, Mindvalley

10:00am

Break & Morning Refreshments / Networking

CONCURRENT SESSIONS
PEOPLE FIRST PERFORMANCE NOW

SESSION 5
VOLUNTEERISM AS A KEY PILLAR IN NATION BUILDING

10:30am – 12.00pm

Volunteering programmes can make a vital contribution to involving people in nation building as well as promoting social inclusion, tolerance, community ownership and patriotism. At the same time, volunteers gain invaluable skills such as team work, leadership and project planning. This session will examine the impact of volunteering for nation building.

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Moderator:
Raj Ridvan Singh
Founder & CEO, Education, Revolutionist, SOLS 24/7 Malaysia

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Speakers:
Tan Sri Dr. Jemilah Mahmood
Under Secretary-General, Partnerships, International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies (IFRC)

Dato’ Sri Abdul Rahim Mohamad Radzi

Dato’ Sri Abdul Rahim Mohamad Radzi
Secretary General, Ministry of Defence Malaysia

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Dato’ Zuraidah Atan
Chairman, Student Volunteers Foundation

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Rudy Malik
Chief  Executive  Officer, iM4U  (1Malaysia for Youth)

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Dr.Shamshad Akhtar
United Nations Under-Secretary-General and ESCAP Executive Secretary

CONCURRENT SESSIONS
PEOPLE FIRST PERFORMANCE NOW

SESSION 6
STRATEGIC LINKAGES BETWEEN RURAL & URBAN SECTORS

Rural development is often viewed separately from development in urban areas. However, strong linkages between rural and urban areas enable the two-way flow of goods and services and result in higher incomes and lower prices for all. This session will highlight ways to strategically link rural and urban sectors to ensure integrated development.

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Moderator:
Datuk Seri Dr. Ismail Haji Bakar 
Secretary General, Ministry of Agriculture & Agro-Based Industry

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Speakers:
Datuk Hj. Mohammad Mentek
Secretary General, Ministry Urban Housing and Local Government

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Dr. Mohd Azlan Abdul Jalil
General Manager, Johor Rural Transformation Centre, Chairman, Strategic Linkages Mini RTC – RTC – UTC Johor Chairman, Koperasi RTC Johor Berhad (KOPUTRA) & Chairman, GSAT, The Scouts Association of Malaysia

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Prof Datuk Ismail Ibrahim
Chief Executive, Iskandar Regional Development Authority

CONCURRENT SESSIONS
PEOPLE FIRST PERFORMANCE NOW

SESSION 7
ENTREPRENEURSHIP

Entrepreneurs are on the forefront of creativity and innovation-led growth and development. This session will explore how to create vibrant ecosystems that support entrepreneurs to successfully launch and grow their businesses.

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Moderator:
Mark Rozario
Chief Executive Officer, National Innovation Agency of Malaysia (AIM)

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Speakers:
Ashran Dato’ Ghazi
Chief Executive Officer, MaGIC

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Bryan Loo
Founder, Chatime

CONCURRENT SESSIONS
PEOPLE FIRST PERFORMANCE NOW

SESSION 8
EMPOWERING WOMEN TO PLAY KEY ROLE IN THE ECONOMY & SOCIETY

Women play a key role in nations achieving strong economic growth and cohesive social development. This session will explore how women can actively participate in high income opportunities and lead transformation efforts in their communities.

Moderator:
Tan Sri Rebecca Fatima Sta Maria 
Former Secretary General, Ministry of International Trade and Industry, Malaysia

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Speakers:
Tan Sri Dr. Noorul Ainur Mohd Nur 
Secretary General of Ministry of Science, Technology & Innovation

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Ms Mallory Loone
Co-Founder and Director, Thriving Talents

LUNCHEON TALK

12:30pm

“Future Government: Meeting Tomorrow’s Needs and Expectations”

1:00pm

Networking Lunch

PLENARY SESSION TWO
DELIVERING HIGH VALUE AT LOW COST

2:30pm –3:00pm

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KEYNOTE ADDRESS
“Formulating and Implementing National Blue Ocean Strategy”

Tan Sri Dr. Ali Hamsa
Chief Secretary to the Government of Malaysia

3:00pm – 4.00pm

PANEL DISCUSSION

The mandate of governments all over the world is to deliver high value to people, but doing this is often expensive and can take a long time. By applying blue ocean strategy, governments can rapidly deliver high value at low cost. Malaysia has pioneered this approach with National Blue Ocean Strategy which follows the principles of high impact, low cost and rapid execution when addressing a broad range of economic and social issues. This plenary session is an opportunity to explore how blue ocean strategy has been applied to quickly produce transformative change at the national level and how creativity and collaboration can bring down the cost to the government

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Moderator
Tan Sri Dato’ Seri Mohamed Jawhar Hassan 
Former Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, Institute of Strategic and International Studies (ISIS)

Tan Sri Dr. Mohd Irwan Serigar bin Abdullah

Speakers:

Tan Sri Dr. Mohd Irwan Serigar bin Abdullah 
Secretary General to the Treasury, Ministry of Finance, Malaysia

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Datuk Wan Zulkiflee Wan Ariffin
Chief Executive Officer, Petronas

Datuk Muhammad bin Ibrahim
Governor, Central Bank of Malaysia

CLOSING ADDRESS

4.00pm

End of Day Conference / Refreshments

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4.30pm
CLOSING ADDRESS BY:
The Hon. Dato’ Seri Dr. Ahmad Zahid Hamidi
Deputy Prime Minister of Malaysia

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