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Writes DR MAHENDRAN MARKANDOO of Petaling Jaya.
GLOBALISATION is set to herald greater coast-to-coast transnational trade and opportunities, bringing with it bountiful opportunities for both the physical and services-related sectors.
B>C/B>OMPANIES sometimes spend huge sums of money on a public relations campaign, which eventually turns out to be unproductive. 'The primary reason communications campaigns fail is because they are not initiated with clearly stated definition or goals. Hence the desired result is not achieved,' said Anne Gabriel, managing director of Weber Shandwick, an international public relations company that claims to produce success with its Outcome Management (OM) programme.
B>T/B>HE Government's initiative of ridding society of corruption, inefficiency and poor service is a laudable effort. Though a daunting task, it would be unfair to suggest that efforts to streamline departmental productiveness are not producing results. Yet complaints and commentaries give the impression that much is left to be desired, writes Dr ISMAIL NOOR.
In order to address the maladies (especially corruption, crime and conflict) afflicting the world today, the following altruistic management model is proposed:
The Government will introduce anti-ageing medicine in hospitals if it is proven to be effective in treating or reversing ageing-related diseases.
Klang Valley residents churn out some 4,000 tonnes of garbage daily. At this rate, the last hole in the ground that can accommodate all this waste may well be filled up by October. What happens then? StarTwo looks at the monumental problem of waste management.