Organizational Innovation: Can we systemically develop entrepreneurs and innovators?

Organizational Innovation: Can we systemically develop entrepreneurs and innovators?

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The HEAD Foundation hosted a rousing event on Monday evening, the 23rd June 2014, with our esteemed colleague and guest lecturer Professor Simon Tam. Professor Tam received an outstanding response from the near 100 Friends of the Foundation in attendance for his daring to move outside the box of conventional thinking with respect to entrepreneurism and innovation. Through years of case study and fieldwork with top corporations and government enterprises throughout the Pacific Asia region, Professor Tam made a compelling case for how one can systematically develop entrepreneurs and innovators. In the process, he outlined eight routes for innovation:

  •  Product Innovation;
    •    Process Innovation;
    •    Sourcing Innovation;
    •    Transactional Innovation;
    •    State Market Symbiosis;
    •    State Market Divergence;
    •    Leveraging Market Forces;
    •    Resources Development and Reconfiguration

Professor Tam promises a return in the near future to delve further into the routes and his latest theory on entrepreneurship and innovation.

 

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Mr Ho Swee Huat

Mr Ho Swee Huat is the Founder and Managing Director of Abacus Assets Advisors Pte Ltd. Before starting the company, he had an established career in the banking industry, with 20 years of experience in Singapore, Hong Kong and New York.

He was an Independent Director and Chairman of the Audit Committee of CapitaCommercial Trust Management LTD from 2004 to 2013.

He is the current Chairman of Autism Association (Singapore) which he co-founded with a group of parents in 1992. He is also Vice-Chairman of Eden School, a special school for children with autism.

Mr Ho holds a Master’s degree from the London School of Economics and Political Science, and a Liberal Arts degree in Economics from Hamilton College, USA.

He has been a member of the Board of the Foundation since its incorporation.