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I have always been a proponent of winning the ‘game of the impossible’, a challenge that seems so back-breaking, when you think about it, you are discouraged from pursuing it.
THE entire transformation programme is anchored on one over-riding aim – to become a high-income, developed nation by 2020. That is our true north. Everything that is being done and will be done in future is to enable us to get there.
WHAT gives me a major attack of the blues is the oft-repeated charge that transformation occurs only in the already developed areas, citing for instance the urban transport plan for Kuala Lumpur.
I MAKE no bones I particularly dislike one word loosely bandied about in corporate speak, and that word is “strategy”. As much as talk is cheap, to some extent, so is strategy.
SOMETIMES it helps to stop and think about our purpose - the reason for our being. That helps us to focus on what we should be achieving – our doing.
In his latest Transformation Unplugged column (StarBiz, June 10), Performance Management and Delivery Unit (Pemandu) CEO Datuk Seri Idris Jala says unless the unit evolves into something else, he expects it to be wrapping things up by September 2015. That will be the decision of the Prime Minister. Is it a good idea for Pemandu to be a government fixture? Our columnists take sides.