With three decades in a wide range of industries from Retail, Hospitality & Professional Services to Media & Banking, she enjoys the wisdom of the sages, having been there and seen it all.
This Chief People Officer of a public-listed company in the energy sector spent from 2011 to 2013 shifting the paradigms of one of Indonesia’s oldest family conglomerates.
Lai Khuan who holds a Bachelor of Economics with Honours from University of Malaya, is an Assessor for Thomas International’s DISC profiling tool and a Certified Professional Coach.
Toronto, Canada (PRWEB) September 02, 2013: Press release about Indonesia Roadmap and its authors, Nidthia Chelvam and Lai Khuan Choo.
One of the fastest growing markets in the world, Indonesia has arrived at the worlds’ stage. This archipelago of more than 17,000 islands presents unique challenges from government bureaucracy and corruption to leadership and talent shortages. Boasting over 200 ethnicities, and among Asia’s most vibrant middle-class, this is a thriving market that organizations cannot afford to not be in. Challenging the most capable CEOs, this frontier does have its share of conquerors.
Learn how the best CEOs of local conglomerates and foreign multi-nationals have triumphed – successfully navigating this thriving market. To them, winning in Indonesia has brought tremendous rewards, but not without their fair share of angst. In these pages you will uncover the 8 realities…
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Indonesia Roadmap is an inspiration – understanding the culture and adapting to the system is just what we need in this thriving market.
Indonesia Roadmap forces you to confront organizational and leadership self-evaluation. It is impossible to read it without simultaneously questioning your own organization’s structure and operation. This book is filled with thought-provoking ideas.
The rules for succeeding in Indonesian business have changed. Indonesia Roadmap defines those changes and explains how CEOs have engineered some of the most successful transformations in Indonesian corporate history. Anyone at any level of business will profit from this book.
For leaders,aspiring leaders and those who work for them – a great how-to manual for doing business in Indonesia and succeeding.