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The Philippines is in the eye of a Perfect Storm--a once-in-several decades window of opportunity to dramatically accelerate economic growth, job creation and investment. The Next Wave Cities Program ...

The Philippines is in the eye of a Perfect Storm--a once-in-several decades window of opportunity to dramatically accelerate economic growth, job creation and investment. The Next Wave Cities Program aims to ensure that

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  • The Perfect Storm and the Next Wave Cities Program: Get Ready for the Next Wave of Job Growth and Investment! CALABARZON Regional Development Council 2Q 2012 Full Council Meeting, July 19, 2012 Cavite State University, Indang, CaviteAlejandro P. Melchor IIIDeputy Executive Director for ICT Industry DevelopmentDepartment of Science & TechnologyInformation and Communications Technology Office
  • Philippine IT-BPO Industry: The country’s premier sunrise industry Total Employees (000s)‫‏‬ Annual Revenue (US$B)‫‏‬ 700 $12.0 643 $11.0 600 $10.0 525 $8.9 500 442 $8.0 $7.1 400 372 $6.1 $6.0 300 $4.9 300 236 $4.0 $3.3 200 163 $2.2 101 $2.0 $1.3 100 0 $0.0 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011Source: Business Processing Association of the Philippines (BPAP)
  • Philippines #2 after India in worldwide IT-BPO, and gainingSSource: Aon Hewitt, 2011 View slide
  • Philippines now the preferred IT-BPO destination. Market leaders on hypergrowth mode. View slide
  • ASEAN, China and India (ACI Region)now viewed as the world’s premier growth regionBy 2030:• ASEAN, China, India Region (ACI) combined GDP couldquadruple and exceed that of the US and Europe combined• ASEAN, China, India Region’s share of world investmentprojected to be 40% of global total http://www.adb.org/features/fast-facts-asean-prc-and-india-great-transformation?ref=annual-meeting/2012/features Where willPRC and India: The Great Transformation? ASEAN go? Source: ADB: ASEAN, the the investment into
  • Universal consensus on ICT as growth engineEuropeans view ICT as EU’s Africa views ICT as growth engine…growth engine…http://test-naukawpolsce.pap.pl/en/news/news,373313,ict---eus-growth-engine.htmlKoreans view ICT as keyengine for development… ASEAN views ICT as its growth engine…
  • ASEAN’s Economic Integration and ICT Master Plan 2015 will funnel investments to ICTGET READY FOR THE NEXT WAVE OF JOB CREATION AND INVESTMENT! Key Outcomes • ICT as an engine of growth in the ASEAN countries. • Recognition for ASEAN as a global ICT hub • Enhanced quality of life for people of ASEAN • Contribution towards ASEAN integration http://www.aseansec.org/documents/ASEAN%20ICT%20Masterplan%202015.pdf
  • Universal consensus on the Philippines as a star performer and tiger economy Standard & Poor’s Investment firm Kohlberg upgraded PH credit Kravis Roberts & Co views rating in July, citing the Vietnam, Indonesia, improved debt rating Philippines (VIP) as best and record high foreign ASEAN countries to invest in. currency reserves. BLOOMBERG on Jan. 20, BREAKOUT NATIONS: 2012 reported that PH is a The new “BRICs” in Asia leading Asian tiger economy, are Thailand, Indonesia, in the same league as China. Philippines (TIP). The Grant Thornton GOLDMAN SACHS: International Business PH one of the “Next Review survey revealed that 11”—the next BRICs, Filipino business executives who may rival the G7 in are the 2nd most optimistic in economic power. the world at 90%, after Peru with 96%.
  • WE ARE IN THE EYE OF A PERFECT STORM…A once-in-several-decades window of opportunity todramatically accelerate economic growth, jobcreation and investment.…to ensure the Philippines emerges a big winner.…to dramatically increase market share in IT-BPO.…to harness ICT as an engine of growth andinvestment magnet.…to accelerate countryside development.There has never been a better opportunity to develop theentire Philippines!
  • Next Wave Cities Program will ensure thisgrowth spreads to the entire Philippines
  • Next Wave Cities Program Components 1- Research & Road Mapping 2- Talent Development 3- Organizational Development & Capability Building 4- Marketing 5- IT-preneurship & Technology Business Incubators 6- Business Environment & Smarter Philippines Next Wave 7- Infrastructure & Cities TM Smarter Cities
  • Next Wave Cities IT-BPO Scorecard • College and high school graduates Talent • Professionals • Schools and degree programs • Airports • RoadsInfrastructure • Utilities (telecom, power, water) • Real estate • Rental • Regulatory fees and taxes Cost • Median pay • Utility costs • PEZA-approved facilities Business • ICT CouncilEnvironment • Real estate developers
  • Next Wave Cities Road Map:Talent Deep Dive & Location Assessment
  • Next Wave Cities Program Components 1- Research & Road Mapping 2- Talent Development 3- Organizational Development & Capability Building 4- Marketing 5- IT-preneurship & Technology Business Incubators 6- Business Environment & Smarter Philippines Next Wave 7- Infrastructure & Cities TM Smarter Cities
  • iEducation for a Smarter Philippines1- Knowledge Workers 4- Computer Gaming forfor a Knowledge Economy Education and Leadership Development2- 21st Century Skills 5- Learning Technologiesand Industry-driven to transform teaching,Curriculum the learning experience, and the education system3- Learning Organizations 7- Global Perspective and 6- Knowledge creation,and Knowledge Global Networking and Knowledge transfer &Management 2.0 Collaboration Sharing of free resources
  • What is the knowledge economy? Capital Labor Knowledge Agricultural age Industrial age Land Knowledge age• Knowledge has become the main resource• Creating and using knowledge is the key• Success based on what you know, not what you own• The pace of innovation is accelerating• Organizations must evolve, or become irrelevantSource: Paraphrased from Andre Saito and Katsuhiro Umemoto 4
  • Why are Knowledge Workers Important?• Knowledge workers tend to be closely aligned with the organization’s or nation’s growth prospects.• Knowledge workers in management invent new strategies.• Knowledge workers in R&D and engineering create new products.• Knowledge workers in marketing package products and services in ways that appeal to customers.• Without knowledge workers, there would be no new products and services, and no growth.Source: Paraphrased from the writings of Tom Brokaw
  • iEducation Resources posted on FacebookComing soonPosted on Facebook July 3 Coming study
  • Innov8 Business Process Management Online Simulation Game prepares students to manage IT-BPO enterprises Colleges and universities are invited to download the full academic editionACTION: Convince your local college to download the free academic edition of Innov8and use it in several class sessions to train students to manage an IT-BPO firm.http://www-01.ibm.com/software/solutions/soa/innov8/index.htmlACTION: Watch the YouTube video on how USC Marshall School of Business usesInnov8 to teach students IT-BPO operations. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WymKQvznzF8
  • Next Wave Cities Program Components 1- Research & Road Mapping 2- Talent Development 3- Organizational Development/ Capability Building 4- Marketing 5- IT-preneurship & Technology Business Incubators 6- Business Environment & Smarter Philippines Next Wave 7- Infrastrcuture & Cities TM Smarter Cities
  • Next Wave Cities Organizational Development & Capability Building ActivitiesOrganizing ICT Councils nationwide Strategic Planning Workshops Knowledge creation, sharing of free resources & Capability Building Workshops continual learning—briefs posted on Facebook
  • Next Wave Cities Program Components 1- Research & Road Mapping 2- Talent Development 3- Organizational Development/ Capability Building 4- Marketing 5- IT-preneurship & Technology Business Incubators 6- Business Environment & Smarter Philippines Next Wave 7- Infrastructure & Cities TM Smarter Cities
  • NWCs Marketing Efforts Website (coming soon!) Marketing CollateralsSocial Media for knowledge dissemination Geo-footprint Expansion
  • ACTION: Make students aware that with all the big MNCs coming here and the high pay in IT-BPO, they no longer need to seek jobs abroadSource: BPAP, 2012
  • Next Wave Cities Program Components 1- Research & Road Mapping 2- Talent Development 3- Organizational Development/ Capability Building 4- Marketing 5- IT-preneurship & Technology Business Incubators 6- Business Environment & Incentives Next Wave 7- Infrastructure & Cities TM Smarter Cities
  • ACTION: Plan with your Regional DOST Office for a TBI based on your city’s growth direction TBI for ICT-based Small and Medium Enterprise in Region 8 The University-based TBIsDOST-PEZA Open Technology Business Incubator University of the Philippines Los UP Visayas Cebu Business Banos TBI Incubator for IT Central Luzon State University University of San Carlos TBI Ayala Foundations TBIs Agriculture and Food TBI 26
  • Next Wave Cities Program Components 1- Research & Road Mapping 2- Talent Development 3- Organizational Development & Capability Building 4- Marketing 5- IT-preneurship & Technology Business Incubators 6- Business Environment & Smarter Philippines Next Wave 7- Infrastructure & Cities TM Smarter Cities
  • Smarter Philippines will harness ICT as an engine of growth 1- iGovPhil 4- Smarter Transportation -- Gov’t e-Services Portal and Green Technology -- eLGU -- Eco-Jeep (DOST NCRP) -- Community e-Centers -- UP Monorail (DOST MIRD) -- National Information Infra -- CIO Forum & gCIO Training 2- iEducation 5- Smarter Healthcare -- Knowledge Workers (PCHRD) & Nutrition (FNRI) -- 21st Century Skills -- Phil Health Research Registry -- Learning Organizations -- Public health surveillance & -- Computer Gaming health intelligence systems -- Learning Technologies -- Sulong Pinoy anti-malnutrition -- Global Collaboration -- Nutritious brown rice 3- iIndustry 7- Smarter Cities 6- Smarter Disaster -- Global Leadership in IT-BPO -- Digital Ecosystem Mitigation -- $50 B ICT Industry -- Smarter Local Government Svcs -- Project Noah (DOST-PAGASA) -- ICT-Enabled Creative Arts -- Smarter Buildings -- Earthquake & Tsunami Early -- iAgribusiness -- Smarter Environment Warning (DOST- PHIVOLCS) -- iManufacturing -- Smarter Energy & Utilities -- 3D LIDAR Mapping (DOST & UP -- Smarter Public Safety Geodetic Engineering)
  • Developing Smarter Systems for government, education, industry, transportation,healthcare and finance will harness ICT as an engine of growth, create new jobs, andenable the Philippines to be a hub for outsourced services for these global systems.
  • Next Wave Cities Program Components 1- Research & Road Mapping 2- Talent Development 3- Organizational Development & Capability Building 4- Marketing 5- IT-preneurship & Technology Business Incubators 6- Business Environment & Smarter Philippines Next Wave 7- Infrastructure & Cities TM Smarter Cities
  • Smarter Cities are booming in Asia… and are investment magnetsAs many as 18 Chinese cities have India plans to spend $130announced Smarter Cities plans billion building Smarter Cities
  • ACTION: Download the 1-page infographic on the Anatomy of a Smarter CityDownload the Smart City Infographic:http://farmwars.info/wp-content/uploads/2011/12/anatomy-of-a-smart-city-final.pdf
  • The “Smart City” as a brand is an investment magnetACTION: Consider developing your city as a Smart City In response to Singapore’s iN2015 Masterplan, tech giant IBM announced a $38M investment in an Asia Pacific cloud computing data centerhttp://www.smartplanet.com/blog/smart-takes/-8216smart-city-tech-investment-to-total-108-billion-by-2020/19541
  • ACTION: Study Internet Resources on Smarter CitiesCISCO: SMART + CONNECTED COMMUNITIES ACCENTURE: INTELLIGENT CITYhttp://www.cisco.com/web/strategy/smart_connected_communities.html http://www.accenture.com/us-en/pages/insight-building-managing- intelligent-city.aspx IBM: SMARTER CITIES http://www-03.ibm.com/innovation/us/thesmartercity/index_flash.html
  • “Smarter Philippines” is the brainchild of Science & Technology Secretary Mario G. Montejo Sec. Montejo is an inventor, a trained engineer, and a successful businessman who knows how to commercialize scientific inventions. A member of the Top 100 Graduates of the University of the Philippines College of Engineering, his vision is to create a vibrant domestic knowledge economy in which Filipino technology companies and Filipino technopreneurs deliver indigenous technologies to solve the problems that beset ordinary Filipinos. iGov, the central program under “Smarter Government,” is the brainchild of the DOST Information & Communications Technology Office’s Executive Director Louis Casambre. His focus is all-out support for President Aquino’s promise of a transparent, equitable and effective government service, through ICT.
  • ACTION: Get Ready for the Next Wave of Job Growth and Investment!Alejandro P. Melchor IIIDeputy Executive Director for ICT Industry DevelopmentDepartment of Science & TechnologyInformation and Communications Technology Office
  • Thank You Knowledge creation, sharing of free resources and continual learning-- ACTION: Study presentations posted on Facebook and stay tuned for new releases weekly • Seeding the Digital Ecosystem to Fuel the Philippine Renaissance •Computer Gaming for Leadership Development • The DOST ICT Office’s Initiatives for the ICT & BPO Industry • The Next Wave Cities Program: Get Ready for the Next Wave of Growth and Investment • Seven Global Shifts: Trends and Opportunities inbudmelchor@yahoo.com ICT & BPODepartment of Science and Technology-Information and Communications Technology Office