Daily work has kept many of us busy all the time including me. Last week, I had a chance to sit down in the relaxing #ArtyzenClub and talked with Jacky about my 30 years of career journey in the #Innovation and #Technology industry from #SiliconValley to #HongKong as well as #Macau #GreaterBay and #Asia. You may watch my chat with Jacky from this facebook link:
Hope you got a few inspirations from what I have learnt so far. Ups and downs are normal. One thing is unchanged. #LifeTime #Learning is the key to success especially in the #DigitalAge. Things that we learnt today are not enough for tomorrow. Let’s keep our journey going by learning a bit more every day.
Last but not the least, I would like to thank my family especially my parents, friends, professors, current and former colleagues and business partners who have been fully supporting my career and life. I am so grateful to have you all in my journey.
Let’s have a nice drink together in the beautiful Artyzen Club soon. Cheers.
Jade Tin Hei Lee Desmond Lam AC A.
How do we bounce back from the #Covid19? #Digital leaders and experts from different domains will share their experience on how #DigitalTransformation can build #Resiliency for companies especially #SMB #SME to bounce back from this unprecedented #crisis. It will further strengthen SME’s knowledge on how to make use the #DBiz D-Biz Scheme from #ITB to seize business opportunities in #DigitalEconomy.
I will share a topic on #AI Resiliency. Will explore how AI #innovation and #technology empower companies and individuals to overcome chaos arisen and seize opportunities evolved. More importantly, how we better equip and prepare ourselves for current and future unforseeable challenges.
The webinar will be on Jul 7, 2020 from 2:30pm to 5pm. Please find out more from this link.
Thanks for Hong Kong Retail Technology Industry Association #RTIA Vincent So Henry Yeung and #ETNET #經濟通 See Salome Ada Chow of #HongKongEconomicTimes #HKET #經濟日報 Group and #香港中小型企業總商會 #HKGCSMB to organize this knowledge sharing webinar. See you there.
Macau gets into the next decade with great opportunities. It was not said for no reason.
The new government will start on 20 December 2019. It will be led by a great leader Ho Iat-seng who has extensive experience in various industries and a strong relationship with the mainland and Asia. In addition, all casinos are required to renew their licenses by 2022. The policies of the Greater Bay Area from the Central Government will be provided more support to Macau. Portuguese-speaking countries, such as Portugal and Brazil, provide good access to their home markets plus countries in Europe and Latin America. More are being explored like RMB Clearing, Stock Exchange, Green Financing, Smart City, MICE, etc. Certainly, there are challenges to be resolved by the new administration together with the business and academic leaders in Macau.
In the past few years, I have been contributing to the government, business and academic communities in Macau especially on innovation and Technology (FinTech, AI, Big Data, Smart City ), Entrepreneurship, Talent Development, and Training areas.
If you are interested in sharing your knowledge and contributing your expertise with Macau or if you have ideas or plans to leverage these opportunities in Macau, please feel free to contact me for potential collaboration. Let’s nurture Macau to be another great and smart city in the Greater Bay Area and contribute to improving the quality of lives and economy in the region.
Here are some of the snapshot photos taken in my engagement with Macau societies.
“We are not creating a breakthrough technology. We are creating an unforgettable customer experience”. This is what I learned from Jess Mak from HTC. In most of our innovation and technology discussions, we focus pretty much on technological advancement, business models, investments, markets, etc. We seldom talk about the Human Side of technology. It is not just important to our customers and but also to our colleagues. Though we talk a lot on pain points of our customers, engagement with our colleagues, how many of us are doing it well? Jess Mak from HTC brought us her experience on how human centricity 以人為本 can make a difference in Leadership, Marketing, Customer Services, Product Design, Research, Staff Management, etc. To many of us, HTC is a mobile phone maker. In fact, their mission is “We are not creating a breakthrough technology. We are creating an unforgettable customer experience”. Listen to the episode of CUHK EMBA 管理新思維 on RTHK1 FM926 broadcasted on Jul 28, 2019. Professor Andrew Chan, RTHK Fiona and I had a fruitful, interesting and joyful discussion with Jess. I also learned a lot from her. Big thank you to Jess. https://lnkd.in/e9k3nwF