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You are currently reading #3 Malaysia Youth to Business Forum 2014 Delegates Booklet - Dedicated to MyLDS 2014 Junior Track Delegates -

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Introduction Our Approach Theme Agenda Highlights Our Workshop Tracks Our Workshop Partners Networking Dinner Logistic FAQ Contacts 3


Introduction

Youth to Business Forum is an event that takes place in multiple locations around the world; bringing top young leaders together with business leaders, thought leaders, and experts for a conversation around pressing global issues with the aim to generate new, but most importantly, actionable ideas that will impact the world and its future.

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Our Approach

We make this happen by taking our young leaders through a unique and interactive delegate experience consisting of three segments – Inspire – Engage – Act

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Top business and thought leaders in Malaysia are invited to share their knowledge with the delegates on the forum theme. This is delivered through keynotes and forum discussions. Our workshop partners engage with youth leaders to provide new perspective and insight relating to the forum theme and its respective industries through workshops and conversations. Youth delegates consolidate their learnings and gather insights from the day into a space where they are able to generate ideas, ask challenging questions and share their opinions on the actions that could be taken to address 6 the theme of the day.


Theme

Learning Approach

Mode of Delivery

Keynote, Forum

Workshops

The Youth to Business Forum is a full day event and will transition from Keynote, Opening Forum to Topic and Workshop Space before closing off with a Invite Only Networking Dinner between businesses and youth leaders.


Theme

This edition of Malaysia Youth To Business Forum will provide thought-provoking insights on Gen-Y from different perspectives with an aim to understand the world’s emerging workforce and to create actionable ideas toward building the bridge between GenY and businesses today. Experienced business and thought leaders from different industries will explore issues relevant to Gen-Y and its industries, in an effort to build bridges between youth and businesses, generating ideas to be acted upon. 8


Cr: Engaging Gen Y, The Edge, 28th January 2013

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Excerpt taken from Engaging Gen Y, The Edge, 28th January 2013

Generation Y have significantly different values, beliefs and lifestyle from the Baby Boomer generation, differences that organizations are having to adapt to, for the simple reason that Gen Y and Millennials will dominate the workplace in the coming decade. “Your ability to attract, develop, and retain young leaders will make or break your company in the coming years,� Josh Berzin, Talent Management expert – Forbes Magazine

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Why Decode Gen-Y ? Who is Generation Y?

Generation Y (Gen-Y) has become the major demographic group in most of the world. They are largest group of consumers. They make up the biggest chunk of the upcoming global workforce.

Are they transforming the landscape?

The values they hold and the opinions they have should be of great interest to businesses, government and the world. The trends of today are shaped by Generation Y and will be the prevalent reality tomorrow.

Youth to Business Forum creates a platform for youths to engage with business leaders in order to discuss major issues that the world faces today and create ideas to help shape a better future for their generation and beyond. 11


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Agenda

Venue : Dewan Tunku Canselor (DTC)

0700 – 0800 0800 – 0900 0900 – 0920 0920 – 1045

Residential College to DTC Registration & Breakfast Welcome Keynote Addresses & Opening

Keynote Speakers - Joshua Lim, President of AIESEC in Malaysia - Abel Cheah, Ken Ming & Jasmine Ong, Teach For Malaysia team - Johan Merican, CEO of TalentCorp Malaysia - Michael Warren, Vice President of Multimedia Development Corporation

1045 – 1200

Forum

Panelist Formation - Dzameer Dzukifli, Co-Founder and Managing Director, Teach For Malaysia - Johan Merican, CEO of TalentCorp Malaysia - Lee Soo Fern, Partner of Malaysia Talent Leader, Talent Team, Ernst & Young - Muhammad Imran Kunalan Abdullah, General Manager of Multimedia Development Corporation Moderator - Cheah Kar Fei, Co-Founder of Generation Global Coaching

1200 – 1300 1300 – 1400

Networking Lunch DTC to Block U


Agenda

Venue : Block U, Faculty of Engineering

1400 – 1530 1530 – 1600

Partner Workshop (I) Break

1600 – 1730 1730 – 1800

Partner Workshop (II) Workshop Closing/Debrief

Networking Dinner (by invitation only)

Venue : Crystal Crown Hotel, Petaling Jaya

1800 – 1900 1900 – 1930 1930 – 2200 2200 – 2230

UM to Crystal Crown Guest Arrival & Registration Networking Dinner Closing & Photo Session


Highlights

In the Inspire Section, forum speakers from different background will share their unique perspective towards the forum theme by addressing to the following questions: “Are Gen-Y Different?“ “Are Gen-Y Ready?” “Are Employers Ready?” **Full description of keynote and forum will be in printed delegate booklet (distributed on 25 Jan)**

In the Engage Section, here goes the workshop (Part 1) conducted by our partners (see next page)! Delegates will be arranged to different workshop that focuses on specific and distinct topics Partner Workshop 1 focuses on providing insights to the forum theme and workshop topic through conversations with forum speakers. In the Act Section (Partner Workshop 2), delegates will participate in discussion and hands-on activities arranged by the partners. Delegates will consolidate their learning outcomes of the day and generate ideas based on the instructions by the partners.15


Our Workshop Tracks

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Our Workshop Partners

The Multimedia Development Corporation (MDeC) was incorporated in 1996 to strategically advise the Malaysian Government on legislation, policies and standards for ICT and multimedia operations as well as to oversee the development of the Malaysian Multimedia Super Corridor (now MSC Malaysia). MSC Malaysia became the platform to nurture the growth of Malaysian Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs) in the IT industry whilst attracting participation from global ICT companies to invest and develop cutting-edge digital and creative solutions in Malaysia.

Ernst & Young is a multinational professional services firm headquatered in London, United Kingdom. It was the third largest professional services firm in the world by aggregated revenue in 2012, and is one of the 'Big Four' accounting firm. Ernst & Young are committed to building a better working world - with increased trust and confidence in business, sustainable 17 growth, development of talent in all its forms, and greater collaboration.


Our Workshop Partners

Accenture is a global management consulting, technology services and outsourcing company, with approximately 281,000 people serving clients in more than 120 countries. Combining unparalleled experience, comprehensive capabilities across all industries and business functions, and extensive research on the world’s most successful companies, Accenture collaborates with clients to help them become high-performance businesses and governments. The company generated net revenues of US$28.6 billion for the fiscal year ended Aug. 31, 2013. Its home page is www.accenture.com. Accenture in Malaysia began operations in 1979. Since then, it has grown from a five-person division into an acknowledged management and technology industry leader with over 1,500 Malaysian professionals today. Over the years, Accenture has contributed significantly towards improving the success of local enterprises, which include top industry players in the fields of communications, media and technology, banking, airlines, energy and natural resources. **Delegates who join Accenture workshop are advisable to bring laptop**

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Our Workshop Partners

Our relationship in Malaysia began in 1975 with a sales and service centre. Today, GE is present in two major locations as well as several key customers sites throughout the country. The KL office serves as our ASEAN corporate headquarters and GE Oil & Gas headquarters for turbomachinery and global services. GE Malaysia provides employment for over 650 Malaysians and is also home to all of GE’s significant infrastructure businesses - oil and gas, aviation, healthcare, lighting and transportation and is delivering products and solutions to support Malaysia’s local infrastructure.

Shell is a global group of energy and petrochemical companies with its headquarters in The Hague, the Netherlands. The parent company of the Shell group is Royal Dutch Shell plc, which is incorporated in England and Wales. Shell’s strategy to generate profitable growth remains to drive forward with its investment programme, to deliver sustainable growth and provide competitive returns to shareholders, while helping to meet global energy demand in a responsible way. 19


Our Workshop Partners

Genovasi is the only Design Thinking school in Malaysia and the leading regional partner for the Hasso Plattner Institute (HPI) School of Design Thinking at Potsdam University, Germany. The HPI School of Design Thinking is a sister institute of the d.school at Stanford University, USA. Genovasi offers the Design Thinking Programme through the Innovation Ambassador Development Programme and the Executive Education workshop. For the first time in Asia, Genovasi also runs the RSA Genovasi Malaysia Awards, a student design competition open to university students in collaboration with the RSA. The Innovation Ambassador Development Programme is free for Malaysians.

Microsoft has burgeoned since its start in 1975. From the beginning to the present, Microsoft's mission and values are to help people and businesses throughout the world realize their full potential.

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Our Workshop Partners

MyTeksi is a for-profit social startup with a mission to revolutionise the taxi industry. Runner-up in the 2011 Harvard Business School Business Plan Contest, its core product is a taxidispatch service with GPS-enhancements, allowing passengers to hail the nearest taxi with extreme ease. Since year 2011, thousands of taxi drivers have been using the MyTeksi smartphone-based technologies to receive bookings. MyTeksi currently serves Klang Valley and Selangor, Kuala Lumpur, Putrajaya, Cyberjaya, Negeri Sembilan, and now in Johor. As a humble startup, MyTeksi believes that business and social value can be achieved in parallel. It hopes to make a difference in Malaysian public transportation, first by making it easier and safer to book taxis. Download the app for FREE, available in iOS, Android and Windows mobile platform.

SAYS is a people-powered news site. We're a social news network where social media users from each country curate and share trending local news, videos, social causes, and get paid when they broadcast relevant advertiser-sponsored content. 21


Networking Dinner Upon closing of the Partner Workshops, forum speaker will select high performing individuals to join the Malaysia Youth to Business Forum 2014 Networking Dinner by the end of the day.

The Networking Dinner serves as an incentive and motivation to the delegates to provide further networking opportunities for increased connections between youths and businesses in a more enjoyable and relaxed setting. Demonstrate active participation during the event, grab this all-free golden opportunity that gives you an exclusive night in interacting with the industry leaders!

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Logistic

Venue 1: Dewan Tunku Canselor (DTC)

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Parking Area

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Venue 2: Block U, Faculty of Engineering

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Logistic Venue 1: Dewan Tunku Canselor (DTC) Time

Session(s)

7a.m. – 1p.m.

Opening until Lunch

From Parking Area Registration Partners’ Booths

Dewan Tunku Canselor

VIP Room

KPS Auditorium

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Logistic Venue 2: Block U, Faculty of Engineering Time

Session(s)

1p.m. – 6p.m.

Workshop and Closing

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Question 1: “How much do I need to pay?”

FAQ

Answer 1: It is free-of-charge for all MyLDS delegates. Question 2: “Will there be a Y2B Round 2 Registration?” Answer 2: Due to overwhelming registration, we regret to inform you that there will be no Round 2 Registration. Question 3: “Is Malaysia Youth to Business (Y2B) Forum a separate and optional event from Malaysia Leadership Development Seminar (MyLDS)? ”

Answer 3: No, Malaysia Y2B Forum is part of the whole agenda under MyLDS. By default, if you have registered for MyLDS, you have secured your seat for Y2B too! However, at the same time, we welcome non-MyLDS (public) delegates who are coming to join solely Malaysia Y2B Forum. Question 4: “Okay! I have selected my preferred workshop, what should I do next?” Answer 4: The OC team will do workshop assignment upon workshop selection deadline. You will be informed about the arrangement by 24 January 2014 via email and Chief Delegate of respective LCs.

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Question 5: “How do we mobilize from DTC to Block U?”

FAQ

Answer 5: Delegates move to Block U by walking under the guidance of OC. You are reminded to bring umbrella. After lunch (1 pm), do gather at the lunch area beside DTC. OCs will guide the delegation to Block U. Workshop will start at 2pm. Question 6: “I see there are 2 parts of Workshop - “Engage” and “Act”, do they mean that I’ve to go for 2 different workshops (i.e., 2 companies) ?” Answer 6: They don’t imply that you are going to workshops of 2 companies. “Engage” and “Act” are two different Y2B experiences, you will undergo different learning and activities in these section sand they will be conducted the same company. Question 7: “Is bringing laptop a must?” Answer 7: No, it is not a must. However, for certain workshops, they encourage delegates to bring their laptop as it is part of the logistic items in their workshop activities. If laptop is required for any particular workshop, it will be mentioned in the registration form.

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Question 8: “Can anyone go to Networking Dinner?”

FAQ

Answer 8: Networking dinner is an invite-only closed event. Delegates will be picked by the workshop partners based on their active participation and performance during the workshops. Other delegates will be guided by the OCs back to DTC for subsequent MyLDS agenda. Question 9: “May I know what is the attire code for Y2B?” Answer 9: Strictly only business formal attire is accepted throughout the event. OC holds utmost authority in rejecting any entrance due to non-compliance to the attire code. Question 10: “What should I do if I’ve to cancel my registration due to unforeseen circumstances?” Answer 10: Please drop an email to chinlin.pang@aiesec.net (Chin Lin, OCVP Delegates Servicing) to issue your decision soonest possible.

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[MyLDS Junior Track Delegate] #3 Malaysia Youth to Business Forum 2014 Delegate E-Booklet