Where is the wealth of my nation?

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  • 1. Given this formula… from theMeasuring the21st Century Wealth of Nations
  • 2. sW K FR s R s exp FK d ds t t s FN s N exp FK d ds t t K FR S pN N
  • 3. W= Total Wealth
  • 4. Produced capital consists of physical assetsgenerated by applying human productiveactivities to natural capital and capable ofproviding a flow of goods or services.
  • 5. Extraction = is the act or a instance ofextracting; the process of being extracted, removal.
  • 6. (K,R,N)K = Produced Capital R = ExtractionN= Fixed Population
  • 7. The total number of inhabitants constituting aparticular race, class, or group in a specifiedarea. Fixed Population for Philippines: 95 Million
  • 8. We identified 3 Themes that affects Innovation in a country: 1. Personalisation 2. Collaboration 3. InnovationInnovation: Transforming the way business creates includes global ranking of countriesAn Economist Intelligence Unit white paper sponsored by Cisco Systems
  • 9. -goes beyond customisation, allowing the consumer to stamp the product or service with his or her own applications, preferences, and configurations. Technology is a high degree of personalisation, with the wide range of downloadable applications available.Innovation: Transforming the way business creates includes global ranking of countriesAn Economist Intelligence Unit white paper sponsored by Cisco Systems
  • 10. -means to work together, and our research focuses specifically on formal collaborative arrangements at work that build traditional geographic, institutional and functional boundaries.Innovation: Transforming the way business creates includes global ranking of countriesAn Economist Intelligence Unit white paper sponsored by Cisco Systems
  • 11. The emphasis on core competencies,the need for corporate agility and therise of emerging markets have causedfirms to focus on collaboration bothwithin and among organizations.Innovation: Transforming the way business creates includes global ranking of countriesAn Economist Intelligence Unit white paper sponsored by Cisco Systems
  • 12. Collaboration among functional groups and organizations will help companies become more productive and innovative.Innovation: Transforming the way business creates includes global ranking of countriesAn Economist Intelligence Unit white paper sponsored by Cisco Systems
  • 13. The application of knowledge in a novel way, primary for economic benefit – is becoming increasingly important for companies and government.Innovation: Transforming the way business creates includes global ranking of countriesAn Economist Intelligence Unit white paper sponsored by Cisco Systems
  • 14. see the need for an innovative environment if their economies are to prosper.Innovation: Transforming the way business creates includes global ranking of countriesAn Economist Intelligence Unit white paper sponsored by Cisco Systems
  • 15. need to know the indicators of innovation efficiency: 1. Highlight certain possible inadequacies in certain environment factors2. Number of work permits for foreign scientist and engineersInnovation: Transforming the way business creates includes global ranking of countriesAn Economist Intelligence Unit white paper sponsored by Cisco Systems
  • 16. 1.Technical Skills of the workforce 2. Quality of IT / telecommunications infrastructureInnovation: Transforming the way business creates includes global ranking of countriesAn Economist Intelligence Unit white paper sponsored by Cisco Systems
  • 17. DIRECT DRIVERS OF INDIRECT DRIVERS OFINNOVATION INNOVATION1. R&D as a % GDP 1. Political Stability2. Quality of a local research 2. Macroeconomic stability infrastructure 3. The institutional3. Education of the framework workforce 4. The regulatory environment 5. Tax regime 6. Flexibility of the labour marketInnovation: Transforming the way business createsincludes global ranking of countries An EconomistIntelligence Unit white paper sponsored by Cisco Systems
  • 18. DIRECT DRIVERS OF INDIRECT DRIVERS OFINNOVATION INNOVATION4. Technical Skills of the 7. Openness of national workforce economy to foreign5. Quality of IT and investment communications 8. Ease of hiring foreign infrastructure nationals6. Broadband Penetration 9. Opennes s of national culture to foreign influence 10. Access to investmentInnovation: Transforming the way business createsincludes global ranking of countries An Economist financeIntelligence Unit white paper sponsored by Cisco Systems 11. Protection of intellectual property
  • 19. A comparison on its innovation output (performance) with its ranking on direct innovations can provide an insight into the efficiency of innovation.Innovation: Transforming the way business creates includes global ranking of countriesAn Economist Intelligence Unit white paper sponsored by Cisco Systems
  • 20. The International Innovation Rankings are useful because to some extent the more innovative a country, the greater its growth potential.Innovation: Transforming the way business creates includes global ranking of countriesAn Economist Intelligence Unit white paper sponsored by Cisco Systems
  • 21. In the next five years, nearly 60% of the 82 countries studied are likely to improve their innovation performanceInnovation: Transforming the way business creates includes global ranking of countriesAn Economist Intelligence Unit white paper sponsored by Cisco Systems
  • 22. Our creative geniuses areleaving the country.Making Japanese, Europeanand American companiesbenefit from the scholars ofour nation.
  • 23. We are allowingour geniuses to be brandedby a foreign country.Example is the “Thai Rice”who was invented anddeveloped by aScientist.
  • 24. “If we do not doanything now we will be left in the dust” -3rd Inahgen Farmers Congress 2010, February 3-5,2010 SMX Convention
  • 25. needs an “Task Force ” funded by government to create1. Accurate Survey2. Local Ordinances3. Preparedness and Response Plan4. Checklist / Resource List5. Upgrading Capabilities6. Contingency Planning Workshop
  • 26. The limiting factor right now is the COLD STORAGE. Mindanao Fish, Tuna: 60% delivered directly 55% consumed locally
  • 27. 15 out of the top 25 performers on theinnovation index are with countries withfewer than 10 million inhabitants.-Switzerland, Sweden and Finland.
  • 28. with cluster of world-class companies inresearch intensive sectors and theiruniversally high standards of education,especially in science and mathematics,guarantee their continued success at creatingwealth through their innovation prowess.
  • 29. The Japanese education fosters conformity, not creativity.Several factors propel Japan to the position oftop innovator. For one thing, this resource-poor economy has long taken an “innovate ordie” approach
  • 30. How?- There is a symbiotic relationship between large companies and associated smaller firms that were closely integrated into so-called “keiretsu” and were under strong pressure to innovate.
  • 31. How did their government do this? Japan invests proportionally more in R&D – Research and Development than the US.Japan US3.35% of GDP 2.79% of GDP
  • 32. Is a leading innovator. With it’s high techclusters in the horological, electrical andpharmaceutical companies.
  • 33. 300 Milion Population – at the top of the list .Its high ranking says much about the creativity of its companies as well as the efficiency of its patenting process.
  • 34. are breaking out of their position as, members of the underdeveloped world.
  • 35. Has already taken Japan to become the world’s second largest investor in R&D.
  • 36. JAPAN AMERICA130 bn 330 bn
  • 37. can expect to benefit more that India fromforeign direct investment because of its morefavorable regulatory and economic climate.Much of China’s inbound investment willcontinue to target innovation-rich sectorssuch as:
  • 38. Mobile and fixed communicationsAviationVehicle ManufacturingPharmaceuticals and foodstuffs
  • 39. openingResearch Centers in China, lured by the factthat local scientists are paid only about 20%as much as Western Scientists.
  • 40. Exploit this situation, more than300 foreign companies, including major life science firms, have established R&D Centres in China.
  • 41. is not aninnovation utopia.
  • 42. Problems include the rampant theft ofintellectual property, academic fraud, weakfinancial markets, and political meddling inscience and research. Chinese innovationremains weak.
  • 43. YEAR 2002- Patents per m Direct Inputs Innovation Aggregate2006 Index Environment Innov. EnablerJapan 1 11 23 14Taiwan 8 16 16 16South Korea 15 13 35 18Hongkong 23 21 11 20Malaysia 34 32 34 31Thailand 53 61 45 59India 58 50 54 50China 59 42 57 45Philippines 60 60 48 58Indonesia 74 71 70 73Vietnam 79 75 66 75
  • 44. are breaking out of their position as ,membersof the underdeveloped world.
  • 45. According to study… This world average is the arithmetic of theinnovation index for each of the 82 countries. The Economist Intelligence Unit 2007
  • 46. YEAR 2002- Patents per m Direct Inputs Innovation Aggregate2006 Index Environment Innov. EnablerJapan 1 11 23 14Taiwan 8 16 16 16South Korea 15 13 35 18Hong Kong 23 21 11 20Malaysia 34 32 34 31Thailand 53 61 45 59India 58 50 54 50China 59 42 57 45Philippines 60 60 48 58Indonesia 74 71 70 73Vietnam 79 75 66 75
  • 47. YEAR 2002- Patents per m Expected Expected Aggregate Direct Inputs Innovation2006 Environment Index Innov. Enabler IndexJapan 1 12 9.56 9.01Taiwan 6 13 21 16South Korea 17 17 35 17Hong Kong 23 21 6 21Malaysia 34 32 34 31Thailand 59 65 57 64India 56 49 52 50China 54 37 53 37Philippines 62 58 50 58Indonesia 73 77 64 74Vietnam 79 73 54 70
  • 48. India 56 49 52 50China 54 37 53 37Philippines 62 58 50 58
  • 49. 2011China 5 ranks higherIndia 2 ranks higherPhilippines -2 ranks
  • 50. Where is the wealth of my nation? Powerpoint Templates
  • 51. It is in your hands.It is by how we manage our resources, ourcollective effort and how we as a nation can work together in a shared responsibility in uplifting our nation. “Choose a good reputation over great riches;being held in high esteem is better than silver or gold.” -Proverbs 22:1, New Living Translation
  • 52. We are sitting onuntapped pot of gold.Our country is rich inminerals and natural resources.
  • 53. Growing from 35 to now 50 countries, TheAnholt-GfK Roper Nation BrandsIndex measures the power and quality ofeach countrys brand image by combiningthe following six dimensions:
  • 54. Determines the publics image of productsand services from each country and theextent to which consumers proactively seekor avoid products from each country-of-origin.
  • 55. Measures public opinion regarding the levelof national government competency andfairness and describes individuals beliefsabout each countrys government, as well asits perceived commitment to global issuessuch as democracy, justice, poverty and theenvironment.
  • 56. Reveals global perceptions of each nationsheritage and appreciation for itscontemporary culture, including film, music,art, sport and literature.
  • 57. Measures the populations reputation forcompetence, education, openness andfriendliness and other qualities, as well asperceived levels of potential hostility anddiscrimination.
  • 58. Captures the level of interest in visiting acountry and the draw of natural and man-made tourist attraction
  • 59. Determines the power to attract people tolive, work or study in each country andreveals how people perceive a countryseconomic and social situation.