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The case for public-private partnerships

Privatisation was the buzzword of industry in the 1980s especially in Britain under the leadership of Margaret Thatcher.


Asset-light way to higher profits

AIRLINES that don#146;t own a single plane; hoteliers who don#146;t build hotels; bankers without bank offices: a trend is developing among a growing number of companies which believe that freeing capital from assets like real estate and machinery can yield them higher returns.


Management the Toyota Way

I was extremely delighted when my editor assigned me to review this book, The I>Toyota Way /I>- I>14 Management Principles from the World's Greatest Manufacturer/Iwhich was released this year by McGraw-Hill. It was like a trip down memory lane, writes Khoo Kheng-Hor.


Malaysia’s own hip-hop brand

BE yourself and wear the clothes that best suit you whatever your age, even though they may belong to the hip-hop culture. That is what Ibrahim Ivan Omar, the chief branding officer of be elementz Sdn Bhd said.


AA’s aggressive marketing blitz

SINCE its foray into the Malaysian market three years ago, Thai paper producer Advance Agro Public Co Ltd (AA) has revolutionised how office paper is marketed in this country.


Islamic social order a must for mankind

The predicament of the present civilisation is not a surprise for men who are critical and who believe in the existence of Divine Guidance. Indeed, to the believers there is no alternative but to subscribe to the divine formulation of social order.


Tolerance versus acceptance

With Merdeka around the corner and patriotic ads airing on TV preaching the usual line about tolerance, THE FLY ON THE WALL looks at the need to accept rather than merely tolerate one another.


Shahrir is all for democracy

The outspoken Datuk Shahrir Abdul Samad has been in and out politics and survived. He believes in a democracy it is crucial to allow diverse ideas and opinions to be expressed freely and percolate down to the people.


Proper governance will create wealth

The processes and quality of governance of organisations have become highly relevant concerns of directors. This is especially so following highly publicised corporate failures over the last 10 years, notably in the United Kingdom and the United States, and more recently Parmalat in Italy.