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1 © DAR2013 AIF International Symposium 2013 Sasana Kijang, Bank Negara Malaysia, 28 August 2013

2 © DAR2013 Talent Ecosystem ● the building blocks of effective talent ecosystem  depends on what you understand by “talent” ● the good & the bad of Malaysian talent ecosystem  is there a talent ‘ecosystem’ in Malaysia? ● Malaysian education system: are we on the right track?  qualified “no”!

3 © DAR2013 Talent Ecosystem ● the building blocks of effective talent ecosystem  depends on what we understand by “talent” ● the good & the bad of Malaysian talent ecosystem  is there a talent ‘ecosystem’ in Malaysia? ● Malaysian education system: are we on the right track?  qualified “no”!

4 © DAR2013 W HO? W HAT? W HEN? W IN UP TO RM89,000 WORTH OF PRIZES 1. A marked innate ability, as for artistic accomplishment. 2. a. Natural endowment or ability of a superior quality. b. A person or group of people having such ability. 3. A variable unit of weight and money used in ancient Greece, Rome, and the Middle East.

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6 (modified) Name Changes/Ecosystem in 20 th Century Pre-1900 Small Business & Guilds Did not yet even exist Owners owned the HR issues Industrial Revolution Labour Relations People as interchangeable parts Civil Service & WWI Industrial Relations Workers’ rights and more formalised processes Scientific Management Personnel Efficiency experts and & WWII Administration more highly evolved HR processes Civil Rights & Personnel Legal compliance and Compliance reporting; “policy police” Human Relations, Human Resources, People Relevance in a fast-changing Knowledge/Service world, the motivation and Economy, Mergers & Acquisitions “human relations” theories abound

7 © DAR2013 Modern Organisations Human Capital? No new official names, Organisational but lots of “morphing” Effectiveness? as the transactional Organisational parts get outsourced Capacity? and the transformational parts get defined 2010 Global Economy and tbd (?) Still evolving, focus on e-Enabled Technologies Talent; Capability; Culture; Consulting - Challenged to be an effective Internal Consulting Organisation 2000 Name Changes/Ecosystem in 21 st Century (modified)

8 © DAR2013 Pre Labour Relations Industrial Relations Personnel Admin Personnel Human Resources People Human Capital(?) (?) …more holistic; more humane… (modified) The Changing Face…?

9 © DAR2013 Ultimate Aim: Up the Value Chain …the “me-first” materialist ethos… We are Human Capital

10 © DAR2013 Yes, I am Human Capital (modified) Down the Values Chain

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12 Pre Labour Relations Industrial Relations Personnel Admin Personnel Human Resources People Human Capital(?) “Talent”(?) (?) …more holistic; more humane… (modified) “Human being”(?) The Changing Face…?

13 © DAR2013 Talent Ecosystem ● the building blocks of effective talent ecosystem  depends on what we understand by “talent” ● the good & the bad of Malaysian talent ecosystem  is there a “talent” ecosystem in Malaysia? ● Malaysian education system: are we on the right track?  qualified “no”!

14 © DAR2013 ‘Assembly-line’ education Modified from Microsoft ® Encarta ® Encyclopedia 2004 Customer Content providers Tests/Quality Control Graduation Product Value-add Classes ‘Assembly-line ecosystem’ Marketplace A (human) factory-market ecosystem

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16 © DAR2013 Humanity is rapidly becoming less the outcome of natural process of development, and more and more the product of an organised educational plan. He (“the educated man”) is simply a manufactured article bearing the stamp of the maker. Harold E Gorst (1901) The Curse of Education, Chap I: Flourishing Mediocrity

17 17 © DAR2012/13 RSA Animate – Ken Robinson (modified) What now? …in the 21 st Century and beyond…

18 © DAR2013 Talent Ecosystem ● the building blocks of effective talent ecosystem  depends on what you understand by “talent” ● the good & the bad of Malaysian talent ecosystem  is there a talent ‘ecosystem’ in Malaysia? ● Malaysian education system: are we on the right track?  qualified “no”!

19 © DAR2013 EDUCATION An aim of achieving individual (personalised) well-being

20 © DAR2013 “…children are initiated into a worldview based on technocratic and mechanistic frameworks.” - Williams, D, (2008), J Ed SD, p. 42

21 © DAR2013 $ $$

22 news.nationalpost.com

23 © DAR2013 Izquotes.com The Changing Face…?

24 © DAR2013 The 8 UN Millennium Development Goals ( )

25 © DAR2013 EDUCATION An act of learning for the well-being of humanity “The heart of education is the education of the Heart.”

26 © DAR2013 Up the value chain (as human capital) Down the values chain (as human being) …the disconnect of education today and the “talent” ecosystem (?)

27 © DAR2013 ~ 95 % The champagne-glass ecosystem

28 © DAR2013 Steve Job ( ) “Don’t let the noise of others’ opinions drown out own inner voice. And most important, have the courage to follow your heart and intuition. They somehow already know what you truly want to become. Everything else is secondary.”

29 © DAR2013 Thanks!

30 30 © DAR2012/13 This presentation and the opinions expressed are those of the author as of the date of writing and are subject to change. It has been prepared solely for purposes of education, information and discussion by the recipients. Any reference to past data/indicators are not necessarily a guide to the present and future. The information and analysis contained in this publication have been compiled or arrived at from sources believed to be reliable, and are duly acknowledged. The author does not make any representation as to their accuracy or completeness and does not accept liability for any loss arising from the use hereof. Neither this document nor any copy thereof may be sent to or taken into territories/places where the use and the distribution may be restricted by local law and/or regulation. This document may not be reproduced either in whole, or in part, without the written permission of the author © DAR Acknowledgement & Disclaimer


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