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Global Best Innovative Practices
Business Development
Hasanuzzaman
Policy Associate
Access to Information (A2I) Programme
...
Outline
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Defining innovations



Best innovative practices in business development



State of affairs in Bangladesh

...
Defining innovations


E-Governance
◦ Bangladesh: an outlier from the global discourse perspective

 SPS NOT BPR

(Neith...
Global best practices (14 in total)
Global best practices: 2003-11
Initiative

Country

Award

Integrated
System to
Improve
Trade
Processes,

Tunisia

2011

S...
Global best practices: 2003-11
Initiative
Country
Integrated
Singapore
Work Permit
Online
Services

Decentralizi
ng export...
Global best practices: 2003-11
Initiative

Country

Spurring
Singapore
eCommerce
growth

Award

2003

Problem

Innovation
...
State of affairs in Bangladesh


World Bank and IFC’s Doing Business Index
2010: 115th
2011: 119th
2012: 122nd
2013: 132n...
State of affairs in Bangladesh


7 procedures, 10.5 days and costs 19.9 percent of the income per capita

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Positive cha...
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Problem: Identify and examine through group discussions



Solution: Find possible ways of dealing with the problem

...
Thank you
hasanuzzaman@a2i.pmo.gov.bd
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Innovation Workshop: Global Best Innovative Practices in Business Development

  1. 1. Global Best Innovative Practices Business Development Hasanuzzaman Policy Associate Access to Information (A2I) Programme 29th November 2013
  2. 2. Outline  Defining innovations  Best innovative practices in business development  State of affairs in Bangladesh  What next
  3. 3. Defining innovations  E-Governance ◦ Bangladesh: an outlier from the global discourse perspective  SPS NOT BPR (Neither Businessmen nor Engineers)  Innovations Time,  Cost, Visit and ultimately Quality Methodology and objectives ◦ Inform global best innovations in business development ◦ UNDESA’s Public Service Awards 2003-11 ◦ World Bank’s Doing Business Index
  4. 4. Global best practices (14 in total)
  5. 5. Global best practices: 2003-11 Initiative Country Award Integrated System to Improve Trade Processes, Tunisia 2011 SaudiEDI eTrade System Saudi Arabia 2010 Problem Innovation  Import and  Paperless processes through elimination export of of trade paper goods by  Introduction of computerized trading sea a signed electronically as well as lengthy anticipation of formalities before actual process arrival of the goods  Compress time of transit of goods through ports for import by reducing them to seven days initially and then up to three days in a second phase of the project  Complex  Empowered traders to obtain trade and timeclearances online, around the clock, consuming resulting in a 250 percent increase in the for trade volume of trade transactions processed procedures between 2001 and 2008 compliance  Reduced the average time required for trade clearance from 44 days to only 17 (presently 25-35 days for Bangladesh)  Better reporting and monitoring of information, greater transparency, improved planning processes, better decision-making, and cost-savings
  6. 6. Global best practices: 2003-11 Initiative Country Integrated Singapore Work Permit Online Services Decentralizi ng exports control Morocco Award 2006 2005 Problem Innovation  Address foreign  Work Permit Online workers’ (WPOL) system allows the immigration status business community to and respond apply for the work permit promptly to (WP) of their foreign business needs workers, and responds to the application process within one day  Strong need for  Autonomous export-oriented Establishment for the companies to Control and Coordination reduce costs and of Exports, first created in delays of supplies 1986-1987, reduced transaction costs dealing with quality control issues
  7. 7. Global best practices: 2003-11 Initiative Country Spurring Singapore eCommerce growth Award 2003 Problem Innovation  Accreditation  National Trust Council (NTC) of reliable eresponsible for looking into commerce areas of trust marks, risk and websites fraud management, as well as through the good practices in e-commerce. use of trust  If Code of Practice meets the and thirdstandards set by NTC, they will party be appointed as Authorized certification Code Owners (ACO) and given processes the authority to award the TrustSg seal to the online businesses within their industry
  8. 8. State of affairs in Bangladesh  World Bank and IFC’s Doing Business Index 2010: 115th 2011: 119th 2012: 122nd 2013: 132nd 2014: 130th (out of 189 countries)
  9. 9. State of affairs in Bangladesh  7 procedures, 10.5 days and costs 19.9 percent of the income per capita  Positive change: Starting a business 83rd to 74th, Resolving insolvency 121st to 119th ◦ Time: 50 days in 2005 to 11 days in 2014 (19 days in 2013) ◦ Cost (% of per capita income): 63.9 in 2004 to 19.9 in 2014 (20 in 2013)  No change: Getting electricity 189th, Registering Property 177th, Enforcing contracts 185th ◦ Time: 137 days in 2010 and 404 days in 2014 (same in 2013)  Negative change: Getting credit 82nd to 86th, Protecting Investors 21st to 22nd, Paying taxes 98th to 100th, Construction permits 83rd to 93rd, Trading across borders 126th to 130th
  10. 10.  Problem: Identify and examine through group discussions  Solution: Find possible ways of dealing with the problem  Implementation: Effective on-the-ground  A2I: Advisory, financial and policy support
  11. 11. Thank you hasanuzzaman@a2i.pmo.gov.bd

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