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  1. 1. A New D.A.W.N. For PanaceaHo Kun Lin Ho Jia Qing Gilbert Neo Yong En
  2. 2. TO TRANSFORM PANACEA INTO A HIGH-INCOME, OBJECTIVE INNOVATION DRIVEN ECONOMYCurrent State Project D.A.W.N Stakeholders & Risks Finances Action Plan
  3. 3. TO TRANSFORM PANACEA INTO A HIGH-INCOME, OBJECTIVE INNOVATION DRIVEN ECONOMY KEY ISSUES DARK Delay Anti-local Risk-taking KnowledgeCurrent State Project D.A.W.N Stakeholders & Risks Finances Action Plan
  4. 4. TO TRANSFORM PANACEA INTO A HIGH-INCOME, OBJECTIVE INNOVATION DRIVEN ECONOMY KEY ISSUES Delay Anti-local Risk-taking Knowledge Problem Number of days to set up a business 35 30 25 20 15 10 5 Ministry of Health 0 China India Russia Singapore Hong Kong Panacea Source: Worldbank Occupation Hazard • The emerging countries require a substantial number of days to set up a business• A business has to approach various agencies • However, looking at developed countries like for permits. This delays the pace of Singapore, Australia, and Hong Kong SAR, the development, and acts as an inhibitor to new time needed ranges from 1 day to 3 days. business development. Progress bar Progress bar 2 months 1-3 days Current State Project D.A.W.N Stakeholders & Risks Finances Action Plan
  5. 5. TO TRANSFORM PANACEA INTO A HIGH- OBJECTIVE INCOME, INNOVATION DRIVEN ECONOMY KEY ISSUES Delay Anti-local Risk-taking Knowledge Problem Number of days to set up a business 35 30 25 20 15 Delay 10 5 Ministry of Health Significant delay to the whole permitIndia Russia Singapore Hong Kong Panacea 0 China issuance process Source: Worldbank Occupation Hazard • The emerging countries’ require a substantial number of days to set up a business• A business has to approach various agencies • However, looking at developed countries like for permits. This delays the pace of Singapore, Austrialia, and Hong Kong SAR, the development, and can also act as an inhibitor time needed range from 1 days to 3 days to new business development. Progress bar Progress bar 2 months 1-3 days Current State Project D.A.W.N Stakeholders & Risks Finances Action Plan
  6. 6. TO TRANSFORM PANACEA INTO A HIGH- OBJECTIVE INCOME, INNOVATION DRIVEN ECONOMY KEY ISSUES Delay Anti-local Risk-taking Knowledge FDI Investment (USD Billions) Problem 140 120 100 Foreign investors are 80 shunning away from our local 60 labor force. 40 20 0 Brazil China Russia India Panacea Source: Various Sources Current Policies • Comparing the different countries’ FDI intake, we are still not competitive enough. Re-skilling training to be • Given that our main goal is to attract more provided at discounted rates to foreign investment, this problem will be the unemployed and exacerbated in the coming years.Labor and Women underemployed through the Re- • There is a need to balance the FDI inflow andWelfare Ministry EmploymentTraining (RET) also to ensure that the local populace gets Initiative employment Current State Project D.A.W.N Stakeholders & Risks Finances Action Plan
  7. 7. TO TRANSFORM PANACEA INTO A HIGH- OBJECTIVE INCOME, INNOVATION DRIVEN ECONOMY KEY ISSUES Delay Anti-local Risk-taking Knowledge FDI Investment (USD Billions) Problem 140 120 100 Foreign investors are 80 Anti-local shunning away from our local 60 labor force. 40 Foreign investors are shunning20away from our unskilled workforce Brazil China Russia India Panacea 0 Source: Various Sources Current Policies • Comparing the different countries’ FDI intake, we are still not competitive enough. Re-skilling training to be • Given that our main goal is to attract more provided at a discounted rates to foreign investment, this problem will be the unemployed and exacerbated in the coming years.Labor and Women underemployed through the Re- • There is a need to balance the FDI inflow andWelfare Ministry EmploymentTraining (RET) also to ensure that the local populace gets Initiative employment Current State Project D.A.W.N Stakeholders & Risks Finances Action Plan
  8. 8. TO TRANSFORM PANACEA INTO A HIGH- OBJECTIVE INCOME, INNOVATION DRIVEN ECONOMY KEY ISSUES Delay Anti-local Risk-taking Knowledge Problem SMEs contribution to economy (% of GDP) 70.00% 60.00% 50.00% Low risk-taking behavior and 40.00% entrepreneurship in Panacea 30.00% 20.00% 10.00% 0.00% Malaysia Singapore China US Panacea Source: Various Sources Current Policies • The country has low rate of local business formation, or that these firms, once formed, are unable to scale up their operations. • This could be due to the inculcated risk-taking Various monetary grants behavior in the country and this results in a lack of entrepreneurs • Lack of favorable business environment to encourage exploration of opportunities.Current State Project D.A.W.N Stakeholders & Risks Finances Action Plan
  9. 9. TO TRANSFORM PANACEA INTO A HIGH- OBJECTIVE INCOME, INNOVATION DRIVEN ECONOMY KEY ISSUES Delay Anti-local Risk-taking Knowledge Problem SMEs contribution to economy (% of GDP) 70.00% 60.00% 50.00% Low risk-taking behaviourRisk-taking and 40.00% entrepreneurship in Panacea 30.00% Lack of risk-taking behavior which puts a cap on 20.00% 10.00% entrepreneurial initiatives 0.00% Malaysia Singapore China US Panacea Source: Various Sources Current Policies • The country has low rate of local business formation, or that these firms, once formed, are unable to scale up their operations. • This could be due to the inculcated risk-taking Various monetary grants behavior in the country and this results in a lack of entrepreneurs • Lack of favourable buiness environment to encourage exploration of opportunities.Current State Project D.A.W.N Stakeholders & Risks Finances Action Plan
  10. 10. TO TRANSFORM PANACEA INTO A HIGH- OBJECTIVE INCOME, INNOVATION DRIVEN ECONOMY KEY ISSUES Delay Anti-local Risk-taking Knowledge Problem Gross Expenditure on R&D (% of GDP) 3 2.5 Lack of innovation and 2 knowledge workers in the 1.5 economy. 1 0.5 0 Brazil China India USA Singapore Russia Panacea Current Policies Source: 2012 Global R&D Funding Forecast, Battelle • Success rate of such several initiatives has been  Grants for R&D to be provided very low. up to US$ 1 million • Any plans to structure such innovation, or mass  Commercialization support for commercialization of these innovations have not products in the final stage of been successful. developmentCurrent State Project D.A.W.N Stakeholders & Risks Finances Action Plan
  11. 11. TO TRANSFORM PANACEA INTO A HIGH- OBJECTIVE INCOME, INNOVATION DRIVEN ECONOMY KEY ISSUES Delay Anti-local Risk-taking Knowledge Problem Gross Expenditure on R&D (% of GDP) 3 2.5 Lack of innovation and Knowledge 2 knowledge workers in the 1.5Lack of economy. knowledge worker and 1innovation in the economy 0.5 0 Brazil China India USA Singapore Russia Panacea Current Policies Source: 2012 Global R&D Funding Forecast, Battelle • Success rate of such several initiatives has been  Grants for R&D to be provided very low. up to US$ 1 million • Any plans to structure such innovation, or mass  Commercialization support for commercialization of these innovation has not products in the final stage of been successful so far. developmentCurrent State Project D.A.W.N Stakeholders & Risks Finances Action Plan
  12. 12. TO TRANSFORM PANACEA INTO A HIGH- OBJECTIVE INCOME, INNOVATION DRIVEN ECONOMY KEY ISSUES Delay Anti-local Risk-taking KnowledgeWHERE WE ARE RIGHT Project D.A.W.N WHERE WE WANT TO BE IN NOW IN 2012 RECOMMENDATION 2030• Chronic problems in the NPF’s DIRECT & DEVELOP initiatives Directing the growth of seed • A world-class hub of companies and developing them innovation, entrepreneurship and• Sluggish inter-workings of until they bear fruits creative knowledge based on various Ministries & Agencies advanced technological pertaining to business AGENCY & AUDIT processes development and set-up Setting up of a centralized agency to approve business permits while • A stable and sustainable• Panacea is stuck in the middle auditing them periodically economy that has one of the income group highest GDP per capita in the WHEEL OF SKILLS world• Lack of skilled labor and A cradle-to-grave skill-set biasedness of foreign employers empowering of individuals to • The fulfillment of the Neo- towards foreign employees increase their value-add Panacea Framework through the D.A.W.N Project• Lack of entrepreneurship and NEOPOLIS innovation in the country A world-class innovation hub • An inclusive society of designed to congregate and bring empowered individuals people of different diversity and skill-sets together Current State Project D.A.W.N Stakeholders & Risks Finances Action Plan
  13. 13. D.A.W.N Bringing a new beginning to Panacea
  14. 14. Direct & Develop To encourage growth of a tree from a little seed
  15. 15. Project D.A.W.N: Direct & DevelopDirecting the planting of seed companies and developing their growth to create a forest of global MNCs CURRENT WHY IS IT NOT PROBLEM EFFECTIVE WORKING? POLICIESLack of Ineffective University andentrepreneurship Public-Private industry tie-ups Partnership for the innovators through the 1- Innovation Plan Current State Project D.A.W.N Stakeholders & Risks Finances Action Plan
  16. 16. Project D.A.W.N: Direct & DevelopDirecting the planting of seed companies and developing their growth to create a forest of global MNCs CURRENT WHY IS IT NOT PROBLEM EFFECTIVE WORKING? POLICIESLack of Ineffective University andentrepreneurship Public-Private industry tie-ups Partnership for the innovators through the 1- Innovation Plan Solution: Strengthen the PPP by encouraging the venture capitalist and private equity firms to flourish as seen by this seed model in 3 stages Current State Project D.A.W.N Stakeholders & Risks Finances Action Plan
  17. 17. Project D.A.W.N: Direct & DevelopDirecting the planting of seed companies and developing their growth to create a forest of global MNCs CURRENT WHY IS IT NOT PROBLEM EFFECTIVE WORKING? Global MNCs POLICIESLack of Ineffective University andentrepreneurship Public-Private industry tie-ups Partnership for the innovators through the 1- Innovation Plan Solution: Strengthen the PPP by encouraging the venture capitalist and private equity firms to flourish as seen by this seed model in 3 stages Encourage R&D through these companies Create a community of Provide general fiscal support for SMEs benefits for businessesProvide capital funds fornascent firms Utilize their positive Put in place a framework externalities - Create a that cultivate generalEncourage growth of culture of creative business growthprivate equity sector thinking and risk-taking PanaceAlumni – Build upHigh involvment in Provide mentorship and alumni relationship withbusiness development indirect assistance successful businesses Current State Project D.A.W.N Stakeholders & Risks Finances Action Plan
  18. 18. Agency & Audit A centralized agency powered by futuristic technology
  19. 19. Project D.A.W.N: Agency & AuditCreation of a centralised unit to hasten business development while ensuring reliability with effective audit Current INDUSTRY Ministry of Ministry of Ministry of Trade Labor Health DRAWBACKS 1.Lack of Centralization 2. Interdependence of Approval i.e Ministry of Health mayrequire approval of Ministry of Labor before consideration Current State Project D.A.W.N Stakeholders & Risks Finances Action Plan
  20. 20. Project D.A.W.N: Agency & AuditCreation of a centralised unit to hasten business development while ensuring reliability with effective audit Current Proposed INDUSTRY INDUSTRY Ministry of Ministry of Ministry of Agency of Permits & Audit Trade Labor Health DRAWBACKS 1.Lack of Centralization 2. Interdependence of Approval i.e Ministry of Health may Ministry of Ministry of Ministry ofrequire approval of Ministry of Labor before consideration Trade Labor Health Current State Project D.A.W.N Stakeholders & Risks Finances Action Plan
  21. 21. Project D.A.W.N: Agency & AuditCreation of a centralised unit to hasten business development while ensuring reliability with effective audit Current Proposed INDUSTRY INDUSTRY Ministry of Ministry of Ministry of Agency of Permits & Audit Trade Labor Health DRAWBACKS 1.Lack of Centralization 2. Interdependence of Approval i.e Ministry of Health may Ministry of Ministry of Ministry ofrequire approval of Ministry of Labor before consideration Trade Labor Health Agency of Permits & Audit • One private-public agency that • Bottleneck of approval process at specializes in evaluating the industries ministries will be eliminated • Ministries will give pre-permit Justifications/ • Auditing will enhance Description approval to companies first Benefits transparency and reduce risk of • Based on criteria input from failure ministries, agency will make • Evaluation time will be minimal recommendations to ministries who due to specialization and expertise will give a final approval after of agency thorough audit of companies Current State Project D.A.W.N Stakeholders & Risks Finances Action Plan
  22. 22. Wheel of Skills A cradle-to-grave wheel of skill-set empowering individuals to increase their value add.
  23. 23. Project D.A.W.N: Wheel of SkillsA cradle-to-grave wheel of skill-set empowering in individuals to increase their value-add To create a world class laborforce and improve skillsets of current Objective: workers Align with goal to develop key economic sectors Emphasis on Knowledge Empowerment at all stages Education System Safety net for unskilled/unemployed workers •Revamp education program Current State Project D.A.W.N Stakeholders & Risks Finances Action Plan
  24. 24. Project D.A.W.N: Wheel of SkillsA cradle-to-grave wheel of skill-set empowering in individuals to increase their value-add To create a world class laborforce and improve skillsets of current Objective: workers Align with goal to develop key economic sectors Emphasis on Knowledge Empowerment at all stages Education System Safety net for unskilled/unemployed workers •Revamp education program Wheel of Skills Program: A Cradle to Grave Education System Current State Project D.A.W.N Stakeholders & Risks Finances Action Plan
  25. 25. Project D.A.W.N: Wheel of SkillsA cradle-to-grave wheel of skill-set empowering in individuals to increase their value-add Compulsory Education <14 Providing a solid foundation Acquiring reading and writing skills Goal: To increase the literacy rate in Panacea Investment in primary schools Current State Project D.A.W.N Stakeholders & Risks Finances Action Plan
  26. 26. Project D.A.W.N: Wheel of SkillsA cradle-to-grave wheel of skill-set empowering in individuals to increase their value-add Vocational Education Globalization has shifted focus towards a labor force with high skill-sets Acquire practical skill sets Build up foundation needed in High-End Manufacturing Provision of vocational program under existing secondary institutions Current State Project D.A.W.N Stakeholders & Risks Finances Action Plan
  27. 27. Project D.A.W.N: Wheel of SkillsA cradle-to-grave wheel of skill-set empowering in individuals to increase their value-add Rainbow Project Assessment of aptitude Providing suitable training Providing job fit for unemployed Increase productivity and employment Current State Project D.A.W.N Stakeholders & Risks Finances Action Plan
  28. 28. NeopolisA world-class innovation hub that is built on the past, empower on the present, for the future
  29. 29. Project D.A.W.N: NeopolisA world-class innovation hub that is built on the past, empower on the present for the future Problem: Lack of innovation Reason: Paucity of an environment that is suitable for innovation Solution: To build an innovation hub that increases the fluency of idea exchange and the accumulation of knowledge Current State Project D.A.W.N Stakeholders & Risks Finances Action Plan
  30. 30. Project D.A.W.N: NeopolisA world-class innovation hub that is built on the past, empower on the present for the future Problem: Lack of innovation Reason: Paucity of an environment that is suitable for innovation Solution: To build an innovation hub that increases the fluency of idea exchange and the accumulation of knowledge Residential Pods Key Growth Areas - Able to house up to10,000 people when fully constructed Creativity Pods - A facility that encourages ideageneration and nurtures viable concepts Circle of Innovation - A competition arenathat challenges teams toutilize innovation to solve hypothetical problems Skills Pods Justification/Benefits- A specialized facility that  The innovation hub will enable the cross-learning and sharing of ideas and concepts toimprove the skill-set of its increase innovation members. Consists of  The hub will also store information so that past failures or success can be easily retrieved for different facility in many learning purposes different areas of expertise, i.e, high-tech Specialized institutes will be set up to impart knowledge and teach technical skill-sets of high manufacturing, tourism. value add industries, i.e, tourism, high-end manufacturing, maritime capabilities Current State Project D.A.W.N Stakeholders & Risks Finances Action Plan
  31. 31. Project D.A.W.N: Wheel of SkillsA cradle-to-grave wheel of skill-set empowering in individuals to increase their value-add Neopolis Innovation Program Automatic 1-month enrolment Training for managers and employees Encourage generation and pooling of ideas Current State Project D.A.W.N Stakeholders & Risks Finances Action Plan
  32. 32. Project D.A.W.N: A NEW DAWN FOR PANACEADirect and Agency Wheel of Neopolis Develop and Audit Skills Current State Project D.A.W.N Stakeholders & Risks Finances Action Plan
  33. 33. Institutional Framework A framework that brings together perspectives, stakeholders, risks, roles and responsibilities
  34. 34. Stakeholders AnalysisA framework that brings together stakeholders’ perspectives, roles and responsibilities Members of Public Ministries Social Instability of Will be tasked with initiatives supervision of the Want social equality projects Agencies Private Companies Will be allocated with the Want attractive investment execution of the opportunities initiatives Current State Project D.A.W.N Stakeholders & Risks Finances Action Plan
  35. 35. Stakeholders AnalysisA framework that brings together stakeholders’ perspectives, roles and responsibilities Members of Public Ministries Social Instability of Will be tasked with initiatives supervision of the Want social equality projects Agencies Private Companies Will be allocated with the Want attractive investment execution of the opportunities initiatives Current State Project D.A.W.N Stakeholders & Risks Finances Action Plan
  36. 36. Key Risk IndicatorsA framework that present the various risks of the initiatives Social Risk Financing Risk Low take-up Risk Direct & Develop Agency & Audit Wheel of Skills Neopolis No Risk Risky Current State Project D.A.W.N Stakeholders & Risks Finances Action Plan
  37. 37. Key Risk IndicatorsA framework that present the various risks of the initiatives Social Risk Financing Risk Low take-up Risk Direct & Develop Agency & Audit Wheel of Skills Neopolis No Risk Risky Current State Project D.A.W.N Stakeholders & Risks Finances Action Plan
  38. 38. Risk Mitigation Strategy – Communication StrategyA strategy that mitigates risks Risk Mitigation Contingency Ministries • Low take-up rate because the people Put in place an might object to Offer alternative effective such enforced paths such as communication career path by private specialized system to address the institutions for more issues and needs of government tailored programs stakeholders • May also create social upheaval Current State Project D.A.W.N Stakeholders & Risks Finances Action Plan
  39. 39. Finances and Figures Generating financial returns and delivering impact
  40. 40. Finances & FiguresTowards a sustainable Panacea Panacea 1• Fiscal prudence 2• Financial framework to access the initiatives 3• Forecasting economic data given the initiatives We recognize that growth must be through Fiscal Prudent Measures Martin Reeves │ 40
  41. 41. Finances & FiguresFeasibility of initiatives from an NPV perspective Expenditure US$0.94b n US$1.0bn Agency and Audit Direct and US$2.7bn US$8.9bn Develop Wheel of Skills Neopolis We allocate our budget so as to obtain a GDP Surplus of 4% every year starting from 2012 Current State Project D.A.W.N Stakeholders & Risks Finances Action Plan
  42. 42. Finances & FiguresFeasibility of initiatives from an NPV perspective NPV Sensitivity Analysis 50,000.0 NPV Range: 45,000.0 US$47.6 trillion – US$6.3 trillion 40,000.0 35,000.0 Base Case NPV: 30,000.0 US$18.0 trillion Billions 25,000.0 20,000.0 15,000.0 10,000.0 5,000.0 0.0 Best Case Base Case Neutral Case Social Discount Social Discount Social Discount Rate: 3.0% Rate: 5.0% Rate: 8.0% Terminal Growth Terminal Growth Terminal Growth Rate: 2.0% Rate: 3.0% Rate: 4.0% Current State Project D.A.W.N Stakeholders & Risks Finances Action Plan
  43. 43. Finances & FiguresForecasting Economic Data Forecasted GDP Growth Rates 12% 10% 8% Best Case 6% Neutral Case Worst Case 4% 2% 0% 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 2020 2021 2022 2023 2024 2025 2026 2027 2028 2029 2030 Neutral Case: 18 Year CAGR of 6.7% Current State Project D.A.W.N Stakeholders & Risks Finances Action Plan
  44. 44. Finances & FiguresKey Figures for Project D.A.W.N D.A.W.N transforms In 2030, we witness … Panacea into a high-technology economy GDP of 2.4 trillion Budget Surplus of 4% Unemployment rate of 3% Current State Project D.A.W.N Stakeholders & Risks Finances Martin Reeves │ Action Plan 44
  45. 45. Action Plan A clear and effective plan to achieve our objectives
  46. 46. Action Plan and KPIsA clear and effective action plan to achieve our objective and KPIs 2012 2015 2020 2025 2030 Giving grants to viable businesses Setting up a seed D&D fund of $1 billion Multiple creation of more seed funds Setting up of a Develop expertise of auditing new sectors to keep up with the dynamic business centralised agency environment AGENCY & Setting up of inter- Encourage cross- AUDIT ministries and ministries program agencies one-stop and overseas portal online missions Encourage influx of highly-skilled Setting up of a professionals to be mentors WHEEL OF SKILLS agency to be in charge of this Transit into a higher level wheel of innovation Construction of the neopolis Build up tie-ups with Expand innovation hub overseas innovation hubs concept to hinterlands NEOPOLIS ,i.e., Silicon Valley Screening of talents to be placed in pods Have a consulting agency to teach innovation hub know-knows to other countries Productivity 1% 1.5% 5% 10% GDP Growth 4% 6% 6.5% 7% Budget Surplus 4% Current State Project D.A.W.N Stakeholders & Risks Finances Action Plan
  47. 47. A new beginning, a new day, a new dawn
  48. 48. AppendixCurrent State Analysis 2 Why vocational training and career education? 50 Drag 4 Cost Benefit Analysis Anti-Local 6 D&D 51 Risk 8 Agency & Audit 52 Knowledge 10 Wheel of skills 53 Where we are 12 Neopolis 54D.A.W.N Risk Mitigation Plan 55 Direct & Develop 14 3’C’ Communication Plan 56 Agency & Audit 19 Communication plan for Neopolis 60 Wheel of Skills 22 Living Space for Neopolis 61 Neopolis 28 People we want to seek for Neopolis 62Institutional Framework What you will get in Neopolis 63 Stakeholder Analysis 34 Risk Analysis 36 Cost breakdown of initiatives 64Finances & Figures NPV Sensitivity Analysis 65 Expenditure 41 Finances and Figures – Best Case 67 NPV Senstitivity Analysis 42 Finances and Figures – Neutral Case 69 GDP Growth 43 Finances and Figures – Worst Case 71Implementation and Action Plan 46 Finances and Figures – Spending 73
  49. 49. AppendixBudget 74Demographics – Neutral 76
  50. 50. Project D.A.W.N: Wheel of SkillsA cradle-to-grave wheel of skill-set empowering in individuals to increase their value-add Why Vocational and Career Education are important? A significant number of students Vocational competence is are experiential learners who will critical to the economic learn academic skills best from health of nations developing them in application context Strong secondary school Delaying the career or application vocational programs provide context lowers motivation and workplace skills to some students learning achievement for many who do not plan to attend college experiential learners immediately after graduation from high school Current State Project D.A.W.N Stakeholders & Risks Finances Action Plan
  51. 51. Cost-Benefit Analysis – D&D Cost Benefit
  52. 52. Cost-Benefit Analysis – Agency & Audit Cost Benefit
  53. 53. Cost-Benefit Analysis – Wheel of Skills Cost Benefit
  54. 54. Cost-Benefit Analysis – Neopolis Cost Benefit
  55. 55. Risk Analysis and Mitigation RISK MITIGATION CONTINGENCY People might object to such Addressing concerns quickly 1 enforced initiatives by the Communication Strategy More paths for tailored government education Lack of take-up rate as this Pilot Test Will Be A Means Feedback and Improvement 2 are new initiatives Testing For Demand More Targeted approach People may not want to Plan for other uses for the Free Trial Period for One 3 uplift their homes to move Month infrastructure, i.e., transform it into Neopolis into a business region
  56. 56. Communication Strategy Identify the channels Key issue: How to address each Identify stakeholders and their interests stakeholders’ interest with the Printed Letter rightStakeholders Specific interests communicationMembers of public Accountability and channel BroadcastingPrivate companies ProfitabilityMinistries Absolution of blame Variables to Electronic mail (E-mail)Agencies Profitability consider:Foreign investors Investment opportunities Commitment Content Newspaper, Print media Coverage Electronic media – website and social media 3C Framework 56
  57. 57. Communication Strategy Commitment 3C Framework 2 3 Commitment Coverage Content 1 4• The amount of • The size of • The emphasis time and effort intended on inter- Coverage needed audience temporal issues Evaluation Determination Tailoring 6 7Evaluate the Determine the Tailor the 5 8 Contentstakeholders’ communication course ofinterests cube it belongs action to. accordingly 3 “C” 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Communication Cube These communication cubes will determine the primary course of action to the various stakeholders. Phase 1: Planning
  58. 58. Communication Strategy Legend:Commitment Low HighCoverage Low HighContent Stability focused (Past) Growth and profitability focused (Future) Evaluate the stakeholders’ interests.Stakeholders Tailoring Specific Interest Commitment Coverage Content Cube Tailor the course Determine the of actionMembers of public communication 2 accordinglyPrivate companies cube it belongs 4 to. PersonMinistries 5 delivering theAgencies message 5Foreign investors 4 Focus/Theme of Commitment message Coverage Format/Tone of message Customized set of Content communications58
  59. 59. Communication Strategy Stakeholders Newspaper Format of message By who? Focus of messageMembers of the public Clear, accurate and Cabinet How it will benefit transparent Secretary the country in the 2 future years Address any pertinentPrivate companies Formal, objective, t Communication issues and highlight key Print actful secretary of theForeign investors opportunities and areas Letters ministries of investment. 4 Objective and A representative of Focus on the rolesMinistries visionary the Prime Minister and responsibilities Meeting Office of the variousAgencies ministries and agencies 5
  60. 60. Communication Strategy of Neopolis Marketing and advertising to raise awareness on the benefits Internal (Ministries and External (Public) Agencies) Strategic Positioning Lifestyle Research Opportunities
  61. 61. Space Allocation of Neopolis • Space Optimization • 8 people per apartment • Common Space whereby people can mingle and also this maximizes space per square foot
  62. 62. Creative mix of Neopolisian Meaningful engagement and interaction between various groups with different ethnicity, nationality, personalities and alternative lifestyles
  63. 63. Neopolis Kitchen Bathroom Living Room
  64. 64. Finances & FiguresAdhering to our constraints Cost Breakdown of Initiatives Capital Expenditure Description of Capital Expenditure Funding 4 Neopolis’ to be build between year 2012 to 2030. Infrastructure includes Panacea government to fund all Neopolis US2.3bn per Neopolis Creative Pods, Residential Pods, infrastructure from tax revenue Circle of Innovation, and Skills Pods. Wheel US150mn per year on Compulsory Education Education needs to create a Panacea government to fund all of US10mn per year on Vocational Programs knowledge economy and assessment infrastructure from tax revenue Skills 20 Assessment Centers at US10mn per center center to assess skills One time funding from the Panacea government via tax Direct & Develop US$1bn start-up fund Fund for R&D and innovative ideas revenue. The fund will be managed by the Panacea Investment Corporation (PIC). US$300mn for infrastructure Panacea government to fund all Agency of Audit US$100mn for Audit Platforms every four A centralised audit agency infrastructure from tax revenue years We allocate our budget so as to obtain a GDP Surplus of 4% every year starting from 2012 Current State Project D.A.W.N Stakeholders & Risks Finances Action Plan
  65. 65. Finances & FiguresFeasibility of initiatives from an NPV perspective NPV Sensitivity Analysis at a discount rate of 5% NPV Sensitivity Analysis Terminal Growth Rate / Discount Rate 3.0% 4.0% 5.0% 6.0% 7.0% 8.0% 2.0% 47561.4 21249.86 12698.53 8563.39 6178.64 4657.76 2.5% 92356.1 27523.87 14811.04 9517.58 6680.03 4946.91 3.0% - 40071.89 17979.80 10789.83 7306.77 5293.90 3.5% - 77715.96 23261.06 12570.97 8112.58 5717.98 4.0% - - 33823.60 15242.69 9186.98 6248.09 At a social discount rate of 5% and a terminal growth rate of 3%: NPV is c.18 trillion. Current State Project D.A.W.N Stakeholders & Risks Finances Action Plan
  66. 66. Finances & FiguresKey Figures for Project D.A.W.N D.A.W.N transforms In 2030, we witness … Panacea into a high-technology economy GDP of 2.4 trillion Budget Surplus of 4% Unemployment rate of 3% Current State Project D.A.W.N Stakeholders & Risks Finances Martin Reeves │ Action Plan 66
  67. 67. Finances & FiguresAssumptions – Best Case 1/2 D.A.W.N transforms Panacea into a high-technology economy Current State Project D.A.W.N Stakeholders & Risks Finances Martin Reeves │ Action Plan 67
  68. 68. Finances & FiguresAssumptions – Best Case 2/2 D.A.W.N transforms Panacea into a high-technology economy Current State Project D.A.W.N Stakeholders & Risks Finances Martin Reeves │ Action Plan 68
  69. 69. Finances & FiguresAssumptions – Neutral Case 1/2 D.A.W.N transforms Panacea into a high-technology economy Current State Project D.A.W.N Stakeholders & Risks Finances Martin Reeves │ Action Plan 69
  70. 70. Finances & FiguresAssumptions – Neutral Case 2/2 D.A.W.N transforms Panacea into a high-technology economy Current State Project D.A.W.N Stakeholders & Risks Finances Martin Reeves │ Action Plan 70
  71. 71. Finances & FiguresAssumptions – Worst Case 1/2 D.A.W.N transforms Panacea into a high-technology economy Current State Project D.A.W.N Stakeholders & Risks Finances Martin Reeves │ Action Plan 71
  72. 72. Finances & FiguresAssumptions – Worst Case 2/2 D.A.W.N transforms Panacea into a high-technology economy Current State Project D.A.W.N Stakeholders & Risks Finances Martin Reeves │ Action Plan 72
  73. 73. Finances & FiguresSpending D.A.W.N transforms Panacea into a high-technology economy Current State Project D.A.W.N Stakeholders & Risks Finances Martin Reeves │ Action Plan 73
  74. 74. Finances & FiguresSpending – Budget 1/2 D.A.W.N transforms Panacea into a high-technology economy Current State Project D.A.W.N Stakeholders & Risks Finances Martin Reeves │ Action Plan 74
  75. 75. Finances & FiguresSpending – Budget 2/2 D.A.W.N transforms Panacea into a high-technology economy Current State Project D.A.W.N Stakeholders & Risks Finances Martin Reeves │ Action Plan 75
  76. 76. Finances & FiguresDemographics – Neutral 1/2 D.A.W.N transforms Panacea into a high-technology economy Current State Project D.A.W.N Stakeholders & Risks Finances Martin Reeves │ Action Plan 76
  77. 77. Finances & FiguresDemographics – Neutral 2/2 D.A.W.N transforms Panacea into a high-technology economy Current State Project D.A.W.N Stakeholders & Risks Finances Martin Reeves │ Action Plan 77

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