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  • 1. Singapore Marina Barrage
  • 2. Smart Manager 4 MBA Ramkhamhaeng University
  • 3. SG -
  • 4. SG • • Singhapura) • • 4
  • 5. • • • • SG
  • 6. • • • SG Stamford Raffles) Bencoolen) Bengkulu)
  • 7. SG • • • William Farquhar) Philip Jackson)
  • 8. SG • • • • Republic of Singapore)
  • 9. SG • • • • • • • • 3 ( 1 Doing Business
  • 10. • • 17% (Foreign Source Income) • (Investment Holding Company) 3
  • 11. Ranking 2013 2012 2011 2010 1 New York New York New York New York 2 London London London London 3 Hong Kong Hong Kong Hong Kong Hong Kong 4 Tokyo Tokyo Tokyo Tokyo 5 Singapore Singapore Singapore Paris 6 Shanghai Shanghai Shanghai Singapore 7 Paris Frankfurt Paris Frankfurt 8 Frankfurt Paris Frankfurt Shanghai 9 Chicago Zurich Sydney Washington 10 Sydney Chicago Amsterdam Sydney Xinhua-Dow Jones International Financial Center Development Index 2013
  • 12. • A leading global city in the heart of Asia) • - Economic growth that sustainable - Having a strong social security framework - A world-class environment and infrastructure - A Singapore that is secure and influential - Having strong families, cohesive
  • 13. • 21% - SME Human Capital Leader Institution (HCLD) Creative Map • • Energy  Creative Clean Map Energy  Clean
  • 14. 2011 259.8 ( 2013(e) Avg 20132015 267.9(e) 277.86 289.5 2012 49,270.9 49,936.3 50,899.1 52,099. 0 (e) 8 00 ( GDP, % ( 4.9 56,989 21.9 1.3 2.9 56,142(e 57,537 ) 21.0(e) 20.7 3.4 56,839 19.7
  • 15. AEC • • 70% 25%
  • 16. / • 1 Business 2013) • • (Doing • • • • • • • • • • 5
  • 17. • • •
  • 18. • • • • 100%
  • 19. • 1 •
  • 20. • • 1 fDi AsiaPacific Cities of the Future 2011/12) 1 7 8 (fDi Asia-Pacific Cities of the Future 2011/2012) 1 Doing Business 2012 Report, World Bank)
  • 21. 2 • 1 7 IMD World Competitiveness Yearbook 2011)
  • 22. 24th 11th 1st 1st 17th 21st
  • 23. : Gross Natio nal Incom e(M.S $) Per Capi ta GNI (S$) Gros s Dom GDP estic Gro Prod wth uct % (M.S $) % 00 213,18 48,4 214,2 6 3.1 35 33.5 4. 00 234,24 51,0 230,8 7 6.2 50 71.4 4. % 2 00 250,38 51,7 233,5 8 7.9 39 24.5 00 9(E) na na na - - na
  • 24. : 2007 2008 253,380.6 259,339.2 Food, B everage&T obacco 5,707.7 6,598.7 Printing&R eproductionof R ecordedM edia 2,985.9 2,942.5 R efinedPetroleumProducts 48,040.0 60,372.7 C icals &C ical Products hem hem 35,247.1 36,980.9 Pharm aceutical Products 21,206.9 16,686.4 T M otal anufacturing
  • 25. P aceutical P harm roducts 21,206.9 16,686.4 R ubber &P lasticP roducts 2,650.9 2,464.8 N etallic M on-m ineral P roducts 1,905.8 1,953.9 F abricatedM P etal roducts except M achinery&A pparatus 8,892.5 9,128.9 M achinery&E quipm ent 18,965.1 18,758.4 E lectrical M achinery&A pparatus 4,089.2 4,111.1 E lectronic P roducts &C ponents om 77,411.0 71,630.5 M edical, P recision&O ptical Instrum W ents, atches &C locks 5,915.9 5,752.1 T ransport E quipm ent 15,275.6 16,469.3 :
  • 26. 891 72 28
  • 27. • • • • • • • • • •
  • 28. (% ) 2007 2008 2008 . .- . . 2009 . .- . . 2008 2009 . .- . . 561,746.02 669,883.56 340,066.88 230,125.42 19.25 -32.33 299,003.20 344,282.33 175,447.36 119,884.42 15.14 -31.67 262,742.82 325,601.23 164,619.51 110,241.00 23.92 -33.03 36,260.38 18,681.10 9,643.42 -48.48 -10.94 : International E nterprise, S ingapore 10,827.85
  • 29. Re-export)
  • 30. SMEs SMEs) SMEs SMEs
  • 31. Growth IMD • •
  • 32. Growth • -
  • 33. Growth • - Clean Energy - Biomedical ERI@N (Energy Research Institute @ Nanyang Technological University (NTU)
  • 34. Growth >>> • - The Concept Plan - The Master Plan code block street
  • 35. Growth
  • 36. Growth 1. The Concept Plan -
  • 37. Growth 2. The Master Plan “Singapore Way” -
  • 38. Growth • (Expressway) - Changi International Airport - Maritime and Port Authority
  • 39. Growth R&D • R&D - . - R&D - – R&D
  • 40. Growth • -
  • 41. Management
  • 42. Management
  • 43. Management 2,400 ./ 715
  • 44. Management 2011 50
  • 45. Management NEWater 4
  • 46. Management fresh) (see water process to Marina Bay Runggol Serangoon
  • 47. Management 5 7 ( . .2030)
  • 48. Management 1927 1961 1962 Johor Johor
  • 49. Management 1965 Tunku Abdul Rahman “ Johor”
  • 50. Management Johor
  • 51. Management • 1963 • 4 1981 • Seleta Lower Seletar 1983 • 1988 • 1990 Johor
  • 52. Management 1998 – 2002)
  • 53. Management 8 2061
  • 54. Management 2002 NEWater Study 1998 2011
  • 55. Management 2002 NEWater NEWater
  • 56. Management 2005 “ ” Marina Bay 2008 Runggol 2011 1961 Serangoon
  • 57. Management 2061 1962 The Institute of Southeast Asian Studies 380 2010 760 2060
  • 58. Water Crisis 1890 James MacRitchie James MacRitchie
  • 59. Water Crisis
  • 60. Water Crisis 1910 1911 Road 1917 3 Alexandra 1912 1915–
  • 61. Water Crisis 1955 - 1963 1961
  • 62. Water Crisis
  • 63. Water Crisis NEWater
  • 64. Water Crisis 3 • • • Catchments) Local Imported Water) Desalinated Water) • NEWater 4
  • 65. Water Crisis NEWater NEWater Microfiltration, Reverse Osmosis
  • 66. Water Crisis • Water Efficiency Labeling Scheme : WELS) • • Tax) Water Tariff) Water Conservation
  • 67. Water Crisis NEWater • Water” “Let’s Not Waste Precious 1981 11 • (Public-Private- People Partnership) Active, Beautiful and Clean
  • 68. Water Crisis 2020 147 155 PUB “ Water for All: Conserve,
  • 69. Water Crisis
  • 70. Water Crisis • The Environment and Water Resources (NEWR) • The Public Utilities Board (PUB) 1 1963
  • 71. Water Crisis • The National (NEA) Environmental 1 Agency 2002 • The Environment and Water Industry Development Council (EWI) 2006 Global
  • 72. Marina Barrage (Marina Barrage) 008 ,
  • 73. Benefit -Recharge (Water Supply) -Regulate (Flood Control) -Relax (Lifestyle Attraction)
  • 74. Benefit Recharge (Water Supply) Marina Barrage
  • 75. Benefit Regulate (Flood Control) Marina barrage Chinatown Boat Quay Jalan Besar Geylang 9
  • 76. Benefit Relax (Lifestyle Attraction) Marina barrage ( dragonboating Green roofs
  • 77. Human Resource 3 250 1,000 3
  • 78. Human Resource (Nationa 17 • Public Unity Board (PUB) 1/6 Reservoir • • (Desalination) Marina
  • 79. Human Resource Singapore” Green Roof “Sustainable
  • 80. Production • •
  • 81. Production •
  • 82. Production ( 3 )
  • 83. Production
  • 84. Production
  • 85. Production
  • 86. Production Source Control
  • 87. Production
  • 88. Production 2 Mitigation Measures
  • 89. Production Water Quality Monitoring and Prediction using Modeling Model Monitor
  • 90. Production Public, Private, & People (3P) Participation
  • 91. Production • NEWater
  • 92. Production • NEWater Domestic wastewater)
  • 93. Production • NEWater
  • 94. Production • Microfiltration Reverse osmosis Ultraviolet (UV) NEWater
  • 95. Production • NEWater
  • 96. Production NEWater • • NEWater
  • 97. Operation
  • 98. Operation • Marina Barrage 10 30 • NEWater * 50
  • 99. Operation
  • 100. Operation
  • 101. Operation • • dual- flushing) -
  • 102. Operation
  • 103. Operation • • • • •
  • 104. Operation
  • 105. Operation
  • 106. Operation Land Reclamation
  • 107. Operation Land Reclamation)
  • 108. Operation
  • 109. Marketing PUB Water for All : Conserve Value and Enjoy
  • 110. Marketing - Active Beautiful and Clean Waters ABC
  • 111. Durability
  • 112. Pricing Durability -
  • 113. Durability LCFCs
  • 114. Water Durability Efficiency Labeling Scheme : WELS NEWater
  • 115. Success • • •
  • 116. Success • • • •
  • 117. Summarize • • • • •
  • 118. Summarize • - Internal and External Environment scanning - Strategy formulation - Strategy implementation - Evaluation and control • Blue Ocean •
  • 119. THE END

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