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15 APRIL 2013

CHARACTERIZED 2013: live character design tournament

CHARACTERIZED Kuala Lumpur 2013, Tuesday 30 April 2013, 7:00pm, MAPKL, Black Box–Publika, Dutamas, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.

"Over the past few decades, Malaysia has been bearing a rapidly fast changing landscape within the creative industries. As Malaysia establishes its national creative policy to be at sync with the heartbeat of the emerging global creative economy – there has been nationwide expansion of creative establishments, particularly in graphic design, motion, product and web design. From here numerous surfacing of young budding talents and self initiated art collectives – all adhere with a single aspiration – and that is to create a vibrant and energetic design scene that is not only modern but also infused with a rich cultural heritage."

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Simon Perkins
30 APRIL 2010

The 2009 Shift Index: Measuring the forces of long-term change

"Corporate returns are under pressure from far more than the recession. The patterns we've uncovered span decades and deeply affect even the highest performing companies, with the single greatest driver of these challenges, and indeed future opportunities, being our underlying digital infrastructure. Regardless of when the economy shifts back to an upturn, the long–term implications for continued erosion of return–on–assets will continue.

We developed the 'Shift Index,' a new economic indicator that suggests the current recession is masking long–term competitive challenges for U.S. businesses."

(John Hagel III and John Seely Brown)

J. H. III, Brown, J. S., et al. (2009). Measuring the forces of long–term change The 2009 Shift Index, Deloitte Center for the Edge.

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2009businesschallengeschangecompetitive challengesconvergence • corporate returns • digital infrastructureeconomic changeeconomic recessioneconomyenterprise • John Hagel III • John Seely Brown • Lang Davison • organisationspattern • return-on-assets • Shift Index • technologytraditiontransformation

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Simon Perkins
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