02 – 03 November 2016 | Rp. 3.950.000/peserta di Jakarta
07 – 08 December 2016 | Rp. 3.950.000/peserta di Jakarta




What is happening now is that for the first time in human history, the world is forging an awareness of our existence as a single entity. Nations are incorporating the planetary dimensions of life into the fabric of our economics, politics, culture and international relations.

Due to our electronic global information system, peoples of totally different psychological and cultural expressions – whether Silicon Valley computer programmer, Bolivian tin miner, Russian worker on the Siberian oil rigs or Indonesia’s Omron employee – are being forced into a single, globalized technological context.
Globalization is the shorthand for this.

In terms of size, speed, and directional flow, the global shift in relative wealth and economic power now under way- roughly from West to East – is without precedent in modern history. This shift derives from two key sources. First, sustained increases in oil and commodity prices have generated windfall profits for the Gulf States and Russia.
Second, relatively low labor costs combined with certain government policies have shifted the locus of manufacturing and some service industries to Asia. Strong global demand for these products has made for wide economies of scale margins across Asia, particularly in China and India. These shifts in demand and supply are deep and structural, which suggests that the resulting transfer of economic power we are witnessing is likely to endure. These shifts are the driving force behind globalization


Flat World? Globalization? It’s Far More than That!
Everyone’s talking about “Globalization.” It’s a “flat world,” we”re told, a level playing field. “Outsourcing” of jobs is the big worry. Why pay an American $150 an hour for work that can be done in India for $25 an hour? So we end up phoning customer service about a computer problem and the techies we’re talking with are in Indonesia, Malaysia, the Philippines or India.

Here’s we look at what is happening now on earth, and what does it mean?
? Major Trends Reshaping the Global Context
We all know something immense is taking place worldwide today.
For some time now, it’s been obvious the tectonic plates of life are shifting.
How do we put these mega-changes in some understandable framework for us? Here’s a look at more or less 10 major trends which are shaping our world.
? Global Trends 2025: A Transformed World to stimulate strategic thinking about the future by identifying key trends, the factors that drive them, where they seem to be headed, and how they might interact.
?21st Century Organizational Trends.
There are five key organizational trends that you should be aware of.
Management Skills for the 21st Century & What it takes to become a 21st Century
How do you manage your staff? What Most Important Management Skills for the 21st Century?
? Last but not least … What is “eternal” then? What makes a highly productive company? Efficiency and productivity have always fascinated discussions. But each time, we tried tackling a book on the subject, it was either bored to death by all the charts, tables, half-page-long, small- type footnotes or cowed by the esoteric, high brow academic nature of the subject and all the explanations of macroeconomics, percentage shares of this and that, proposed pro forma operational cost measures & references to cross-company processing. All the math & Jargon made our hair hurt.

So “How basically the most efficient and productive companies got that way, with lessons that we could follow? Let’s study together “.


Ir. Desmon Ginting, M.Tech.

Ir. Desmon Ginting, M.Tech.

Beliau telah berada di Dunia Kerja lebih dari 21 tahun. Di era tahun 90-an hingga akhir tahun 2000 berkecimpung di Dunia Perbankan dan Pasar Modal. Sejak awal tahun 2001, terjun di arena Perubahan Perilaku dan Peningkatan Produktivitas dengan fungsi utama sebagai Business Developer, Account Executive dan Liaison Officer. Peranan ini membawanya berinteraksi dengan beragam kalangan dari berbagai organisasi dan industri, mulai dari manajemen puncak hingga manajemen lini pertama! Beliau menyelesaikan pendidikan S1 (Ir.) Industrial Engineering di ITB pada tahun 1989 dan atas dasar beasiswa penuh yang diterima, S2 (M.Tech.) Manufacturing and Industrial Technology di Massey University, N.Z. pada tahun 1996. Sejak tahun 2011, beliau aktif sebagai Trainer & Coach.


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