Building Entrepreneurial Agility with Anwar Jumabhoy
Anwar Jumabhoy, the co-author of 9 ENTREPRENEURisms: Management Practice for a VUCA World published by Black Card Books in February 2017 joins Enterprise Radio. Anwar is a Consultant at BCE Consulting, that allows your company to discover Entrepreneurial Agility.
This episode of Enterprise Radio is working in conjunction with the Author Channel.
- Why do large companies struggle to cope with the changing business environment?
- Why do Management often complain they do not get support from their staff?
- There are lots of books on entrepreneurship. How is your’s different?
- Why do the vast majority of transformation efforts addressing culture, digitization, etc. fail?
- What is new about your recommendations for transforming corporations?
- Why do Middle Managers struggle to perform?
- Why do large companies maintain outdated Human Resource practices?
- How can large companies attract young talent?
- What needs to be changed for my company to have Entrepreneurial Agility?
Anwar Jumabhoy is co-author of 9 ENTREPRENEURisms: Management Practice for a VUCA World published by Black Card Books in February 2017. Anwar speaks, coaches and writes on how large companies can adopt entrepreneurial management. His articles have appeared in the Canadian Institute of Management, Malaysian Institute of Management, Edge Weekly as well as online publications of DigitalNewsAsia.com and Leaderonomics.com. Anwar started his career as a Naval Architect at Sunderland Shipbuilders, United Kingdom and then moved to Singapore to work with Keppel-FELS Limited. Upon completing his MBA at IMD, Switzerland in 1988, he joined the family business in Penang, Malaysia. He continued to work with the family in Singapore until 1994, when he returned to Malaysia.
Until May 2015, Anwar was Director of Operations at Tune Hotel Group. He was responsible for the acquisition and development of the Tune hotel in Edinburgh and Melbourne. From April 2004, to July 2010, he was Senior Vice President of Malaysia Venture Capital Management Berhad, where he led and managed investments in more than 20 companies. Anwar has been a co-founder of a number of technology companies and for 3 years (1994-1997) with his wife established and ran The Little Gym and the Fourth-R franchised business in Kuala Lumpur. At Mavcap, he led the listing of ISS Consulting Berhad on MESDAQ and prior to that managed the listing of Efficient E-Solutions Berhad (KLSE) and NTI International (SGX).