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    Know Your Enemy: The Forces Driving Disruption

    Business, Arinya Talerngsri, Published on 30/08/2017

    » In a world where everything is constantly disrupting and being disrupted, the biggest and most terrifying risk is to stand still. To choose not to change is almost equal to accepting being swept away with the tide. Mark Zuckerberg once said: "The biggest risk is not taking any risk. In a world that's changing really quickly, the only strategy that is guaranteed to fail is not taking any risks."

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    Leading in a disruptive world

    Business, Arinya Talerngsri, Published on 15/08/2017

    » Disruption has enjoyed tremendous popularity as a buzzword for quite some time now. It seems everyone is using the word and that it can be applied to every aspect of our lives, our businesses and even our world, even if we don't truly understand the true meaning behind this term.

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    Using Systemic Solutions to Prepare for the Future

    Business, Arinya Talerngsri, Published on 04/03/2015

    » 'The future is unknown, so how do we prepare for it?" 

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    Systemic Solutions to Build Future Thai Leaders

    Business, Arinya Talerngsri, Published on 05/01/2015

    » This is the fourth of a five-part series about the Future Thai Leader 2020 study. The coming Asean Economic Community (AEC) will only be one change of many our institutions and leaders will need to face in the near future. For Thailand to succeed and thrive in the future, we must be able to handle change effectively in every aspect of our environment.

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    Systems for developing future Thai leaders

    Business, Arinya Talerngsri, Published on 20/11/2014

    » This is the third of a five-part series about the Future Thai Leader 2020 study. We all know the Asean Economic Community (AEC) is rapidly approaching and will bring a lot of change. But change will not stop there — we will see more of it over time, and if we want Thailand to succeed and thrive in the future, we must be able to handle change effectively.

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    Action plan needed for resilient Thai leaders

    Business, Arinya Talerngsri, Published on 17/10/2014

    » This is the second of a five-part series about the Future Thai Leader 2020 study done by APMGroup and Bruce McKenzie, an internationally recognised pioneer in systemic studies. In the first article on Sept 3, I reviewed findings of phase 2 of our Future Thai Leader 2020 project, and this article will discuss some of the work we have done based on those findings.

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    Pathways to Developing Future Thai Leaders

    Business, Arinya Talerngsri, Published on 03/09/2014

    » Last year I wrote a seven-part series reviewing the initial findings of our unique and groundbreaking research into the Thai leader of the future, "The Emerging Future of Thai Leadership". We worked with Bruce McKenzie, a world-renowned expert in systemic thinking, to use cutting-edge systemic methods investigating which skills and capabilities Thai leaders would need locally, in the Asean Economic Community and globally. At that time — Phase 1 — we found six key capabilities that Thai leaders would need to develop to be effective leaders amid the emerging realities of the future Asean workplace.

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    Winning strategy: Intuitive service for customer loyalty

    Business, Arinya Talerngsri, Published on 11/08/2014

    » It seems that everybody is talking about customer focus these days. That's not surprising as customer focus is no longer a buzzword or just a feel-good concept; it's a strategic necessity with a direct impact on the bottom line. Transforming your customer service into something even more extraordinary will yield higher rates of repeat business that will differentiate you from your competitors.

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    Working on the next generation leaders

    Business, Arinya Talerngsri, Published on 21/03/2014

    » Thai business is at a crossroads. Research and the conversations I have had with executives indicate most Thai organisations currently do not have enough next generation leaders identified to meet future demands. Compounding this are current leadership development approaches — training and workshops cannot produce great leaders fast enough. Outmoded approaches simply cannot help to change behaviour, nor are they producing results practical for implementation at work. Since there are not enough leaders and no way to build them, this means there will not be enough leaders to be brought into the market.

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    New thai leadership practices key to meeting global challenge

    Business, Arinya Talerngsri, Published on 31/01/2014

    » Many Thai organisations are emerging globally, some already competing successfully in the international arena, others still struggling to find the right direction and "spread their wings". In each success story, effective leadership has been a key factor in supporting growth and international expansion.

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