Drs. Kresnayana Yahya, M. Sc
Country Classification by 2010 GDP Share                                   N11                                   Banglades...
Population by Islands (millions) 2010                  Population of Indonesia  237.556.363 millions peoples             ...
Maximizing opportunities:                     Indonesia’s remaining demographic dividend                     90.0         ...
ASEAN                 Singapore         Malaysia        Thailand        Indonesia     Philippines    Vietnam Population 5...
Ekonomi Indonesia melaju
PDB ADHK Indonesia 2007-2012                             (dalam milyar Rp)          1.PERTANIAN, PETERNAKAN,KEHUTANAN,PERI...
PDB ADHK Indonesia 2007-2012(dalam milyar Rp)                     Lapangan Usaha                         2007        2008 ...
PDB ADHK Indonesia 2007-2012                                                     (dalam milyar Rp)                        ...
PDB ADHB Indonesia 2007-2012                                         (dalam milyar Rp)2500000           1.PERTANIAN, PETER...
PDB ADHB Indonesia 2007-2012        (dalam milyar Rp)                                 Lapangan Usaha        2007     2008 ...
PDB ADHB Indonesia 2007-2012                                                    (dalam milyar Rp)                         ...
Top 13 Sub secctor of Indonesian GDP                    Sub Sektor                2007      2008      2009      2010      ...
Porsi terbesar tumbuh sangat tinggi
An Internet-enabled service economy                   and society                                             Smart travel...
All encompassing relevance                of e-governmentFor every life situation ...           Criminal                  ...
From agriculture economy to the era of creative economy   Agri-Marine Industrial        Information       Creative   Econo...
Digital Agenda pembangunan“Kawasan Digital”                    Sebuah jejaring untuk kesatuan pasar                    Ope...
The Sharing Net Economy
Indonesia : Young population  Indonesia          6%                                                                       ...
Investasi di Indonesia                         26
Peta pengguna telepon selulerResearch. Consulting & Training
Peta Telepon KabelResearch. Consulting & Training
Rumah tangga dengan InternetResearch. Consulting & Training
Investment Opportunities in Some AreasEAST JAVA: New Dev’t Complex                                    • East Java is the m...
“Mengangkat Indonesia menjadi negara majudan merupakan kekuatan 12 besar dunia ditahun 2025 dan 8 besar dunia pada tahun 2...
Pertumbuhan ekonomi Jatim 2012
Demographic bonus      30000                                                                                              ...
East Java Prospects        10 %        Port & refinery                Oil & Gas                               Gas Oil & Ga...
Share PDRB 2011 per Koridor Jawa Timur*               10,94%                                                   15,22%21,11...
Share PDRB 2011 per Koridor Jawa Timur     Kab/Kota      PDRB 2011        Share 2011Tuban               21700552,60       ...
PDRB ADHB Jawa Timur                                                 (Milyar Rupiah)                  SEKTOR              ...
Peta Realisasi PMDN Akumulasi 2008-2011
Peta Realisasi PMA Akumulasi 2008-                2011
Share PDRB 2011 per Koridor Jawa Timur     Kab/Kota      PDRB 2011        Share 2011Tuban               21700552,60       ...
The 12 C’sConnectivity   •Accessible & affordable      Cooperation   •All stakeholders support the               Infrastru...
Social Media      What is social media?      Interaksi antar SESAMA      MASYARAKYAT      Meningkatkan relasi dan      hub...
Business transformation is a key executive management initiative thatattempts to align People, Process and Technology init...
Business transformation has become a central way ofworking… globalization will continue to increase the level ofThe forces...
*) Having executives in the company who champion business transformation is akey factor that ensures the long-term success...
Market                            Research         Product                                Website       Development       ...
TREND OF BUSINESS TRANSFORMATION               .
Technology’s Growing Role in Marketing to and Serving Customers: Pyramid Model              Company  Internal             ...
Liquid Phase Modernity Country       A   B   CNation-StateCompanyPeople     Solid Modernity                         Liquid...
Multiple Realities             Society                     Regional                                Local   Economy        ...
Challenges & Issues Facing the Global Economy            New Global Middle Class            Demographic Imbalance        C...
New Growth Strategy 2010 – 2020                             Green                           Innovation                    ...
THE INDUSTRY CAN TRANSFORM INDONESIA BY    HARNESSING TECHNOLOGY TO ENABLE INCLUSIVE    GROWTH    Areas        Potential o...
PERSPECTIVE 2020: KEY MESSAGES                           Demographic shifts will fuel the The decade in review      growth...
… the Next Minute Everything’s Changing ...61
… and Suddenly It’s a Whole New World62
Business is a Process        Most processes is done by “others”Structured processes account for only 10%  of the work perf...
The value generation pyramid describesBusiness Performance built on anoperational foundation.                         Valu...
Business is a Process                   Process represents the                                        Valuation           ...
For most organizations               Change             is difficult                 and         Significant Change       ...
Risk management perspectives?                              Change    Strategic                Operational        Transform...
Risk management perspectives                    Strategic              Transformation         Project                Opera...
Enterprise risk management   “… a process, effected by an entity’s board of  directors, management and others … applied in...
Risk assessment models                                                                •Our vision                         ...
People Revitalizing our workforce by attractingnew talent, increasing training and providingperformanceTechnology Moderniz...
Lean Six Sigma Is The Integration of Two Powerful                Business Improvement Approaches            Lean          ...
Business Value                      Innovation  Management                                     Customer     Team          ...
Business Value and the Role of ICT                          Innovation  Management                                        ...
Business Value and the Role of ICTICT is now recognised as contributing up to50% of business growth…*                   Le...
Business transformation through ICT…     Current State                   Step Change                    Continuous Improve...
Business transformation through ICT…The four components…       Technology Adoption                  Strategy and Motivatio...
Business transformation through ICT…Benchmarking the sophistication of adoption…      Company                             ...
Internet Big Bang        Prefix Connectivity *Volume Expansion                          Galaxy Integration                ...
Rules of Machines & Cloud:Computing Surpasses Moore’s Law                                                        2015     ...
Huge Demand for Pervasive             Converged IP ServicesShopping, Banking,             Social                  Smart   ...
Solving the Bandwidth Crunch Invent spectrum-multiplying solutions that enable optimal data usage and a richer multimedia ...
Services of The Future                  HSPA+                               Maximize                              Throughp...
Benchmarking FoodIn                                              Chain/Logistics                                          ...
Utility sector specific intelligent agileIT solution for quantum benefit (minimum 20%improvement)       Capitalize on all ...
Introduction to Hadoop and Big DataClass 1 – Jan. 30, 2013 How big is BIG?                                     Usage      ...
Introduction to Hadoop and Big DataClass 1 – Jan. 30, 2013 How big is BIG?                                              Us...
Big Data and You Incoming data streams are different         Big Data and You  than traditional business apps     + You n...
Challenge to doSingle partner interface for increased accountability andintegrated service delivery
The Communications Value Chain                                                                       Transform            ...
Benefits                                                                           Save up to 60% of                      ...
Automatic Vs Semi -Automatic Migration                                                 67% Cut                            ...
Peluang Online shopping• Mendorong terbentuknya Jutaan transaksi , miliard  rupiah dalam waktu sangat singkat di segala pe...
Indonesia Economy• Transform to a Trade –Services and Knowledge  base Economy• IT will be the TRANSFORMER, Integrator• PEO...
Chinese Proverbs“If you are planning for a year, plant rice.If you are planning for a decade, plant trees.If you are plann...
Thank You                        Action            “c” change in classified
END OF SLIDES                THANK YOUKresnayana Yahya, Drs., M.Sc.Email: kresna49@yahoo.comBlog: http://www.kresnayana.com
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  1. 1. Drs. Kresnayana Yahya, M. Sc
  2. 2. Country Classification by 2010 GDP Share N11 Bangladesh World Egypt Growth Markets Iran Nigeria Pakistan Philippines Mexico Emerging Vietnam 2% Korea Markets Mexico 2% 12% Korea Turkey Turkey Indonesia 1% Growth Indonesia China Markets 9% 1% Developed 23% Markets Brazil 65% 3% Russia India 3% 2%Source: GSAM
  3. 3. Population by Islands (millions) 2010 Population of Indonesia  237.556.363 millions peoples 2013 : 250 millionj 13.7 50.6 17.4 2.5 3.6 East Indonesia 136.5 13.7 Source : Enciety Business Consult Map  Sensus Penduduk Indonesia 2010Research. Consulting & Training 2013 : penduduk sudah 250 juta
  4. 4. Maximizing opportunities: Indonesia’s remaining demographic dividend 90.0 90.0 Dependency ratio (%) children and elderly to working age (%) 80.0 80.0 70.0 70.0 Working age: 15 to Dependency ratio: 60.0 64 (%) 60.0 % of population 50.0 50.0 40.0 40.0 Children: 14 and 30.0 below (%) 30.0 20.0 20.0 Elderly: above 64 10.0 (%) 10.0 0.0 0.0 1950 1960 1970 1980 1990 2000 2010 2020 2030 2040 2050Source: World Bank, “Indonesia economic update: Near-term issues and looking ahead to 2012, “ March 2011.
  5. 5. ASEAN Singapore Malaysia Thailand Indonesia Philippines Vietnam Population 576 million World’s youngest workforce: By 2050 22% will be over 60 Vs 30- 40% in China, US & EU GDP: 1.4 Trillion Thailand ASEAN Philippines Vietnam Malaysia Singapore Indonesia5
  6. 6. Ekonomi Indonesia melaju
  7. 7. PDB ADHK Indonesia 2007-2012 (dalam milyar Rp) 1.PERTANIAN, PETERNAKAN,KEHUTANAN,PERIKANAN800000 2.PERTAMBANGAN DAN PENGGALIAN 3.INDUSTRI PENGOLAHAN 4.LISTRIK, GAS DAN AIR BERSIH700000 5.KONSTRUKSI 6.PERDAGANGAN, HOTEL DAN RESTORAN Industri pengolahan 7.PENGANGKUTAN DAN KOMUNIKASI 8.KEUANGAN, REAL ESTAT & JASA PERUSAHAAN600000 9.JASA - JASA500000 PHR400000300000 Agro200000100000 0 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011* 2012** Source: BI diolah Enciety Business Consult
  8. 8. PDB ADHK Indonesia 2007-2012(dalam milyar Rp) Lapangan Usaha 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011* 2012** 1.PERTANIAN, PETERNAKAN,KEHUTANAN,PERIKANAN 271509 284619 295884 304777 315037 327550 2.PERTAMBANGAN DAN PENGGALIAN 171278 172496 180201 187153 189761 192585 3.INDUSTRI PENGOLAHAN 538085 557764 570103 597135 633782 670109 4.LISTRIK, GAS DAN AIR BERSIH 13517 14994 17137 18050 18921 20131 5.KONSTRUKSI 121809 131010 140268 150022 159993 171997 6.PERDAGANGAN, HOTEL DAN RESTORAN 340437 363818 368463 400475 437200 472646 7.PENGANGKUTAN DAN KOMUNIKASI 142327 165906 192199 217980 241298 265378 8.KEUANGAN, REAL ESTAT & JASA PERUSAHAAN 183659 198800 209163 221024 236147 253023 9.JASA - JASA 181706 193049 205434 217842 232538 244720 Source: BI diolah Enciety Business Consult
  9. 9. PDB ADHK Indonesia 2007-2012 (dalam milyar Rp) growth 670,109 INDUSTRI PENGOLAHAN 25% 538,085 PERDAGANGAN, HOTEL DAN 472,646 RESTORAN 39% 340,437 PERTANIAN, 327,550PETERNAKAN,KEHUTANAN,PERIK 21% 271,509 ANAN PENGANGKUTAN DAN 265,378 86% KOMUNIKASI 142,327KEUANGAN, REAL ESTAT & JASA 253,023 PERUSAHAAN 38% 183,659 244,720 JASA - JASA 35% 181,706 PERTAMBANGAN DAN 192,585 12% PENGGALIAN 171,278 171,997 KONSTRUKSI 41% 121,809 20,131 LISTRIK, GAS DAN AIR BERSIH 49% 13,517 2012** 2007 Source: BI diolah Enciety Business Consult *) angka sementara
  10. 10. PDB ADHB Indonesia 2007-2012 (dalam milyar Rp)2500000 1.PERTANIAN, PETERNAKAN,KEHUTANAN,PERIKANAN 2.PERTAMBANGAN DAN PENGGALIAN 3.INDUSTRI PENGOLAHAN 4.LISTRIK, GAS DAN AIR BERSIH 5.KONSTRUKSI2000000 6.PERDAGANGAN, HOTEL DAN RESTORAN 7.PENGANGKUTAN DAN KOMUNIKASI 8.KEUANGAN, REAL ESTAT & JASA PERUSAHAAN 9.JASA - JASA15000001000000500000 0 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011* 2012** Total 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 PDB 3.950.893 4.948.688 5.606.203 6.446.852 7.422.781 8.241.864 PDB Tanpa Migas 3.534.407 4.427.634 5.141.414 5.941.952 6.797.879 7.604.759 Source: BI diolah Enciety Business Consult
  11. 11. PDB ADHB Indonesia 2007-2012 (dalam milyar Rp) Lapangan Usaha 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011* 2012** 1.PERTANIAN, PETERNAKAN,KEHUTANAN,PERIKANAN 541932 716656 857197 985471 1091447 1190412 2.PERTAMBANGAN DAN PENGGALIAN 440610 541334 592061 719710 879505 970600 3.INDUSTRI PENGOLAHAN 1068654 1376442 1477542 1599073 1806141 1972847 4.LISTRIK, GAS DAN AIR BERSIH 34724 40889 46680 49119 56789 65125 5.KONSTRUKSI 304997 419712 555193 660891 754484 860965 6.PERDAGANGAN, HOTEL DAN RESTORAN 592304 691488 744514 882487 1024009 1145601 7.PENGANGKUTAN DAN KOMUNIKASI 264263 312190 353740 423172 491283 549116 8.KEUANGAN, REAL ESTAT & JASA PERUSAHAAN 305214 368130 405162 466564 535153 598523 9.JASA - JASA 398197 481848 574117 660366 783971 888676Source: BI diolah Enciety Business Consult
  12. 12. PDB ADHB Indonesia 2007-2012 (dalam milyar Rp) 1,972,847 INDUSTRI PENGOLAHAN 1,068,654 PERTANIAN, 1,190,412PETERNAKAN,KEHUTANAN,PERI 541,932 KANAN PERDAGANGAN, HOTEL DAN 1,145,601 RESTORAN 592,304 PERTAMBANGAN DAN 970,600 PENGGALIAN 440,610 888,676 JASA - JASA 398,197 860,965 KONSTRUKSI 304,997 KEUANGAN, REAL ESTAT & 598,523 JASA PERUSAHAAN 305,214 PENGANGKUTAN DAN 549,116 KOMUNIKASI 264,263 65,125LISTRIK, GAS DAN AIR BERSIH 2012** 2007 34,724 Source: BI diolah Enciety Business Consult *) angka sementara
  13. 13. Top 13 Sub secctor of Indonesian GDP Sub Sektor 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011* 2012**Perdagangan Besar dan Eceran 468734 551344 586112 703566 827924 927057Makanan, Minuman dan Tembakau 264101 346186 420363 465368 546752 624371Tanaman Bahan Makanan 265091 349795 419195 482377 529968 574330Alat Angkutan, Mesin & Peralatannya 254278 329912 346403 389600 426234 465537Pertambangan Bukan Migas 160267 195286 254243 332970 398550 464012Minyak dan Gas Bumi 234162 283283 254948 290467 371823 382697Adm. Pemerintahan & Pertahanan 124760 157727 195130 220543 266248 300158Perikanan 97697 137250 176620 199383 226691 255332Perorangan dan Rumah Tangga 111591 127438 143240 168942 196003 221338Pupuk, Kimia & Barang dari Karet 110770 154117 162879 176212 189700 216383Real Estate 110240 132024 145261 168221 191929 209522Bank 105537 125515 132186 146915 166490 191095Restoran 106249 121244 137620 155045 169708 186768 Source: BI diolah Enciety Business Consult *) angka sementara **)Angka sangat sementara
  14. 14. Porsi terbesar tumbuh sangat tinggi
  15. 15. An Internet-enabled service economy and society Smart travel Management Public Control Education Safety Fleet Management TVStreet Light Management VoD Video Health KIOSK Conferencing Care Access Parking CCTV Smart Waste Facilities Power Light Control Control Monitoring Grid Management Control Control Control
  16. 16. All encompassing relevance of e-governmentFor every life situation ... Criminal register MarriageChild care Work Buying real estate Holidays Passport Jewelers Moving house Car Building companies Company start-up Drivers license Tourism Removal companies Unemployment University Car companies Military or Job agenciesalternative service Divorce Legal advice Apprentice- Pension ships Plan proposals Choosing Health ins. a vocation Local companies Social Starting insurance school ... a comprehensive range of offerings Death Birth
  17. 17. From agriculture economy to the era of creative economy Agri-Marine Industrial Information Creative Economy Economy Economy Economy Academic/ Business/ Government University Industry TRIPLE HELIX + Community 18
  18. 18. Digital Agenda pembangunan“Kawasan Digital” Sebuah jejaring untuk kesatuan pasar Operasionalisasi kehidupan yang terintegrasi Greater trust and security Fast and ultrafast internet access Greater investment in R&D&I Enhanced digital literacy, skills and inclusion ICT-enabled benefits untuk masyarakat International strategy
  19. 19. The Sharing Net Economy
  20. 20. Indonesia : Young population Indonesia 6% Indonesia demographic structure Productive age group 15-64 year covers 66 % or 165 milion 66% Children below 15 years : 70 milion 28% pengembangan leadership siswa 25Sumber: http://www.economist.com/blogs/dailychart?page=1&fsrc=scn/fb/wl/bl/dailychartjan10 (20101120_WOC951)
  21. 21. Investasi di Indonesia 26
  22. 22. Peta pengguna telepon selulerResearch. Consulting & Training
  23. 23. Peta Telepon KabelResearch. Consulting & Training
  24. 24. Rumah tangga dengan InternetResearch. Consulting & Training
  25. 25. Investment Opportunities in Some AreasEAST JAVA: New Dev’t Complex • East Java is the most populated province in Indonesia. • This newly built bridge Madura Island connects Surabaya Me- tropolitan area (2nd largest metropolitan city) to the highly po- tential area in Madura island. • Gov’t is determined to develop Suramadu Development Area (dotted circle) as a National Strategic Area to enhance various industrial activities that currently have been flourishing in Surabaya.
  26. 26. “Mengangkat Indonesia menjadi negara majudan merupakan kekuatan 12 besar dunia ditahun 2025 dan 8 besar dunia pada tahun 2045 100 tahunmelalui pertumbuhan ekonomi tinggi yang kemerdekaaninklusif dan berkelanjutan” 2045 PDB ~US$ 16.6 Trilyun 2025 Prediksi PDB: 3,8 – 4,5 Trilyun Pendapatan/kapita US$ ~US$ 46,900 Pendapatan/kap: Diprediksi menjadi 13.000 – 16.100 US$ terbesar ke-7 atau 2010 Terbesar ke-12 dunia ke-8 dunia*) PDB ~ US$ 700 Milyar Proyeksi KEN Pendapatan/kapita ~US$ Pendapatan/kap US$ 14,900 (high income (Sumber: Master Plan 3,000 (2010) Percepatan dan Perluasan country) Pembangunan Ekonomi Terbesar ke-17 besar Indonesia 2011– 2025 ) dunia Pencapaian Visi 2025 dan 2045 memerlukan penyiapan generasi yang mampu berperan aktif dalam kegiatan pembangunan. Edukasi, Investasi dan Infrastruktur
  27. 27. Pertumbuhan ekonomi Jatim 2012
  28. 28. Demographic bonus 30000 48 15 - 64 0 - 14 & 65 + Dependency Ratio 46 46 25000 44 44 20000 42 42thousand 15000 41 40 40 10000 39 38 5000 36 0 34 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 2020 2021 2022 2023 2024 2025 36
  29. 29. East Java Prospects 10 % Port & refinery Oil & Gas Gas Oil & Gas Bridge Toll Fisheries 11 % Oil Fisheries Port Waterfront city 23 % Southern HighwayKeterangan:- - - : Rencana jalan Tol 56 %
  30. 30. Share PDRB 2011 per Koridor Jawa Timur* 10,94% 15,22%21,11% 52,73% *) Jika Kabupaten Pasuruan dan Kota Pasuruan tetap masuk koridor utara selatan maka kontribusi koridor timur hanya 12,81% sedangkan kontribusi koridor utara selatan mencapai 55,18%
  31. 31. Share PDRB 2011 per Koridor Jawa Timur Kab/Kota PDRB 2011 Share 2011Tuban 21700552,60 2,42%Bojonegoro 20068339,95 2,24%Lamongan 13793021,04 1,54%Sumenep 12626403,92 1,41%Bangkalan 8667459,69 0,97%Ngawi 8313796,67 0,93%Sampang 6892787,27 0,77%Pamekasan 5959807,57 0,67% Kab/Kota PDRB 2011 Share 2011 Jember 29729298,80 3,32% Banyuwangi 28316012,43 3,16% Share Pasuruan 18564410,33 2,07% Kab/Kota PDRB 2011 2011 Probolinggo 17354292,82 1,94%Kota Kediri 69015005,89 7,70% Lumajang 16381733,37 1,83% Kab/Kota PDRB 2011 Share 2011Jombang 22231146,44 2,48% Kota Surabaya 241414592,63 26,94% Situbondo 9576797,77 1,07%Tulungagung 19040582,68 2,12% Sidoarjo 67661597,24 7,55% Bondowoso 8147751,85 0,91% Gresik 44073544,00 4,92% Kota Probolinggo 5317747,80 0,59%Kediri 18709598,00 2,09% Malang 37634102,11 4,20% Kota Malang 35982849,94 4,02% Kota Pasuruan 3038660,44 0,34%Nganjuk 12503970,58 1,40% Mojokerto 21868936,23 2,44% Blitar 14670289,91 1,64%Pacitan 10164480,86 1,13% Kota Batu 3621896,30 0,40%Ponorogo 8563723,60 0,96% Kota Mojokerto 3244937,88 0,36% Sumber : BPS diolah Enciety Business Consult Kota Blitar 2339337,79 0,26%Magetan 8518349,39 0,95%Madiun 7885054,12 0,88%
  32. 32. PDRB ADHB Jawa Timur (Milyar Rupiah) SEKTOR 2006 2007 2008 2009 2011 2012 Pertanian 45.424,59 89.627,59 102.815,94 112.233,86 136.027,92 154.459,46 Pertambangan & Penggalian 5.508,98 11.651,72 13.812,00 15.275,67 19.794,06 20.803,13 Industri Pengolahan 74.118,63 154.363,46 176.922,16 193.256,48 239.844,52 271.595,96 Listrik, Gas & Air Bersih 3.625,63 8.546,73 9.789,25 10.625,41 12.690,73 13.554,93 Kontruksi 9.511,13 21.100,43 24.142,67 27.552,35 41.295,65 45.551,08 Perdagangan, Hotel & Restoran 77.610,22 150.733,65 177.014,05 195.184,79 265.238,86 304.498,11 Pengangkutan & Komunikasi 17.159,67 28.576,73 32.649,78 37.785,35 50.044,95 57.089,99 Keuangan, Persewaan & Jasa 14.103,75 25.255,80 29.734,78 33.145,83 43.570,71 50.558,40 Perusahaan Jasa-jasa 24.735,32 47.125,77 54.511,05 61.787,82 75.636,17 83.609,82 Total 271.797,92 536.981,88 621.391,67 686.847,56 884.143,57 1.001.720,88 PDRB ADHK 2000 Jawa Timur (Milyar Rupiah) SEKTOR 2006 2007 2008 2009 2011 2012 Pertanian 45.424,59 46.852,11 48.315,11 50.208,90 52.582,45 54463,94 Pertambangan & Penggalian 5.508,98 6.079,02 6.645,09 7.104,82 8.228,63 8401,26 Industri Pengolahan 74.118,63 77.651,26 81.033,88 83.299,89 92.171,19 98025,36 Listrik, Gas & Air Bersih 3.625,63 4.122,31 4.246,15 4.361,52 4.932,08 5238,43 Kontruksi 9.511,13 9.626,44 9.887,40 10.307,88 11.994,83 12840,57 Perdagangan, Hotel & Restoran 77.610,22 84.119,33 90.911,38 95.983,87 115.785,81 128375,5 Pengangkutan & Komunikasi 17.159,67 18.503,30 20.164,06 22.781,53 27.946,83 30640,91 Keuangan, Persewaan & Jasa 14.103,75 15.288,32 16.519,15 17.395,39 20.186,11 21802,47Perusahaan Jasa-jasa 24.735,32 26.162,22 27.816,46 29.417,37 32.251,53 33886,3Total 271.797,92 288.404,31 305.538,69 320.861,17 366.079,46 393.674,74
  33. 33. Peta Realisasi PMDN Akumulasi 2008-2011
  34. 34. Peta Realisasi PMA Akumulasi 2008- 2011
  35. 35. Share PDRB 2011 per Koridor Jawa Timur Kab/Kota PDRB 2011 Share 2011Tuban 21700552,60 2,42%Bojonegoro 20068339,95 2,24%Lamongan 13793021,04 1,54%Sumenep 12626403,92 1,41%Bangkalan 8667459,69 0,97%Ngawi 8313796,67 0,93%Sampang 6892787,27 0,77%Pamekasan 5959807,57 0,67% Kab/Kota PDRB 2011 Share 2011 Jember 29729298,80 3,32% Banyuwangi 28316012,43 3,16% Share Pasuruan 18564410,33 2,07% Kab/Kota PDRB 2011 2011 Probolinggo 17354292,82 1,94%Kota Kediri 69015005,89 7,70% Lumajang 16381733,37 1,83% Kab/Kota PDRB 2011 Share 2011Jombang 22231146,44 2,48% Kota Surabaya 241414592,63 26,94% Situbondo 9576797,77 1,07%Tulungagung 19040582,68 2,12% Sidoarjo 67661597,24 7,55% Bondowoso 8147751,85 0,91% Gresik 44073544,00 4,92% Kota Probolinggo 5317747,80 0,59%Kediri 18709598,00 2,09% Malang 37634102,11 4,20% Kota Malang 35982849,94 4,02% Kota Pasuruan 3038660,44 0,34%Nganjuk 12503970,58 1,40% Mojokerto 21868936,23 2,44% Blitar 14670289,91 1,64%Pacitan 10164480,86 1,13% Kota Batu 3621896,30 0,40%Ponorogo 8563723,60 0,96% Kota Mojokerto 3244937,88 0,36% Sumber : BPS diolah Enciety Business Consult Kota Blitar 2339337,79 0,26%Magetan 8518349,39 0,95%Madiun 7885054,12 0,88%
  36. 36. The 12 C’sConnectivity •Accessible & affordable Cooperation •All stakeholders support the Infrastructure & technology initiativeContent •Relevant & accessible Capital •Financial sustainability •Users participate in its developmentCommunity •Profile & level of Context •Adapted to context participation of users •Influences contextCommerce •Supports economic Continuity •Monitoring & evaluation activities & livelihoods •Flexible promotes learningCapacity •User’s capacity Control •Beneficiaries’ ownership •Organisation’s capacity •Stakeholders accountableCulture •Supportive culture Coherence •Coherent with other initiatives to •Learning culture reduce poverty
  37. 37. Social Media What is social media? Interaksi antar SESAMA MASYARAKYAT Meningkatkan relasi dan hubungan , meningkatkan peran dan akses Membangun jejaring dagang, pembelajaran dan penyadaran
  38. 38. Business transformation is a key executive management initiative thatattempts to align People, Process and Technology initiatives of anorganization more closely with its business strategy and vision to supportand help innovate new business strategies and meet long term objectives. • The way we • The way we think and lead and plan motivate Strategy People Infra Processes stucture • The way we • The way we create value interconnect and manage and enable
  39. 39. Business transformation has become a central way ofworking… globalization will continue to increase the level ofThe forces oftransformational activity in the next three years…
  40. 40. *) Having executives in the company who champion business transformation is akey factor that ensures the long-term success of a business transformation*) To be successful, a transformation project must be referenced continuously tothe future state of the organisation.
  41. 41. Market Research Product Website Development Design Lead OutsourcingGeneration Services Business Transformation Business Online Automation Marketing Website Search Conversion Optimization
  42. 42. TREND OF BUSINESS TRANSFORMATION .
  43. 43. Technology’s Growing Role in Marketing to and Serving Customers: Pyramid Model Company Internal External Marketing Marketing Employees Customers Interactive Marketing 53
  44. 44. Liquid Phase Modernity Country A B CNation-StateCompanyPeople Solid Modernity Liquid Modernity • Connectivity • Interactivity • Mobility • Virtuality
  45. 45. Multiple Realities Society Regional Local Economy Global EnvironmentEconomy Society Environment Local Regional Global
  46. 46. Challenges & Issues Facing the Global Economy New Global Middle Class Demographic Imbalance Consequences of Climate Change Nature ‘s Extremes
  47. 47. New Growth Strategy 2010 – 2020 Green Innovation Life Financial Innovation SectorEmployment & Human Strategic AsiaResources Areas Science and Tourism- Technology Oriented Nation IT Oriented & Local Nation Revitalization
  48. 48. THE INDUSTRY CAN TRANSFORM INDONESIA BY HARNESSING TECHNOLOGY TO ENABLE INCLUSIVE GROWTH Areas Potential of ICT solutions 70% of INDONESIA do not have access to primary Healthcare healthcare – technology can provide it at half the cost 80% of Indonesia households are unbanked – Financial technology can enable access for 70 million services families Indonesia faces a 3-fold shortage in teachers – Education technology can address this through remote solutions: e- learning Indonesia suffers from a leakage of 40-50% in Public public food distribution - technology can ensure services transparency. 58
  49. 49. PERSPECTIVE 2020: KEY MESSAGES Demographic shifts will fuel the The decade in review growth of new sectors, markets and service lines The promise of technology to Transforming business, create new opportunities needs transforming Indonesia to be balanced by the risk of erosion in core markets Indonesia can become a global innovation hub and own Shifting customer needs and delivery business systems in at least three areas: agro – industry- trade ICT-enabled solutions can drive An agenda for action socio-economic inclusion of 30 million citizens each year 59
  50. 50. … the Next Minute Everything’s Changing ...61
  51. 51. … and Suddenly It’s a Whole New World62
  52. 52. Business is a Process Most processes is done by “others”Structured processes account for only 10% of the work performed within organizations each day;the remain 90% is executed in a completely dynamic, unstructured environment.
  53. 53. The value generation pyramid describesBusiness Performance built on anoperational foundation. Valuation Share Price Top Line Growth Business Strategy Operational Strategy Operations People Processes Technology
  54. 54. Business is a Process Process represents the Valuation Share Price Top Line Growth corporate memory and is the only element in the Business Strategy business foundation that is 100% under management’s Operational Strategy control. Operations Time in Job 1 in 4 on job <1 yr Enabler rather than core 1 in 2 on job <5 yrs Processes Hidden costs Non-native workers Rolling refresh cycles People 14.8% in 2005 Disruptive by design Technology 15.3% in 2006 Outsourcing 23.5M workers Offshoring
  55. 55. For most organizations Change is difficult and Significant Change is almost impossibleNewtons First Law of Motion: “An object in motion tends to stay in motion."
  56. 56. Risk management perspectives? Change Strategic Operational Transformation Project Other?
  57. 57. Risk management perspectives Strategic Transformation Project Operational “the enterprise”
  58. 58. Enterprise risk management “… a process, effected by an entity’s board of directors, management and others … applied in strategy setting and across the enterprise …designed to identify potential events that may affect the entity … to provide reasonable assurance regarding the achievement of objectives …” COSO
  59. 59. Risk assessment models •Our vision •Our mission Strategic •Our goals Strategic Transformation Project Operational Project Operational Time “the enterprise” eg •Safety Risk Model •Financial controls •InsuranceQuality Cost
  60. 60. People Revitalizing our workforce by attractingnew talent, increasing training and providingperformanceTechnology Modernizing business systems toaccelerate program delivery and resultsIdeas Capturing & generating developmentknowledgeResults Investing in successful programs
  61. 61. Lean Six Sigma Is The Integration of Two Powerful Business Improvement Approaches Lean Six Sigma Speed + Waste Elimination Quality + Cost• Goal – Reduce waste and • Goal – Improve performance to increase process speed customer’s expectations• Focus – Bias for action/ • Focus – Use DMAIC with TQM Implementing Toyota tools tools to eliminate variation• Method – Kaizen events, value • Method – Management stream mapping engagement, dedicated Champions and Black Belts Lean Speed Enables Six Sigma Quality Enables Six Sigma Quality Lean Speed (Faster Cycles of (Fewer Defects Means Less Production/ Delivery) Work Spent on Rework)
  62. 62. Business Value Innovation Management Customer Team Value Financial Commercial Performance Advantage
  63. 63. Business Value and the Role of ICT Innovation Management Customer Team Value Financial Commercial Performance Advantage Information and Communications Technologies Acting as an Enabler and as a Differentiator
  64. 64. Business Value and the Role of ICTICT is now recognised as contributing up to50% of business growth…* Leadership Internationalisation Customer Management ICT Supplier Management Innovation
  65. 65. Business transformation through ICT… Current State Step Change Continuous Improvement• Inefficient • More Efficient • Improving Efficiency• Lack of Innovation • Some Innovation • Constant Innovation• Poor Management • Focused Management • Strong Management• Cost driven • Value Driven • Value Driven• Not Customer-Led • Customer-Led • Customer-Led• Lack of Planning • Business Planning • Planning Cycle• Lack of Investment • Investment Plan • Continuous Investment• Lack of Growth • Growth Recognition • Continuous Growth Recognised scope for improvement Managing their business differently Looked at their business objectively Looking for opportunities to improve Recognised weaknesses Constant recognition of what brings success Completed planning More optimistic and innovative environment Improved focus Better place to work Made some investments The right kind of growth (infrastructure, people) More profit
  66. 66. Business transformation through ICT…The four components… Technology Adoption Strategy and Motivation Internet connectivity Importance of ICT Cloud Demands of Customers Broadband Demands of Suppliers Email IT skills within organisation Website Influences LAN/WAN Support Wireless Business Application integration Transformation Through ICT Ordering online Paying online Benefits gained to-date Selling online Return on investment Online collaboration Business growth profile Sharing knowledge online Attitude to future adoption Managing supplier relationships Brand building/equity Managing customer relationships Attitudes and Impact Business Processes
  67. 67. Business transformation through ICT…Benchmarking the sophistication of adoption… Company Company Questionnaire Datasets Profile (online) (10,000+) Compared to • All companies in sector/type • All companies - regional • All companies - national Company completes short Company’s profile profiling is compared to questionnaire the datasets• Profiling tool (questionnaire) helps to create an agenda for change within the business by providing a competitive positioning• This also provides the LEC and the adviser with the same information in order to plan intervention• Impact can be evaluated by assessing the company again in 3, 6 or 12 months
  68. 68. Internet Big Bang Prefix Connectivity *Volume Expansion Galaxy Integration End Point Expansion 15,000,000 500k 2011 10,000 Voice Private 80k 2011 1999 Network 2000 U.S. Traffic 1,000 40k BGP Table Size Tbytes / Month (20% WW) 1996 1 5k 1997 1990 1992 Arpanet 1969 IP Networks Must Be Ready For Sextuple Play 80
  69. 69. Rules of Machines & Cloud:Computing Surpasses Moore’s Law 2015 2011 2000 1980 K Computer 8.6 Quadrillion CPS IBM PS/2 >=13BLY Distance Galaxy (Un-Limited) 13M CPS1940 iPad 2 – 1.7B CPS IBM PC – 250K CPS Earth Simulator – 38 T CPS Cray Computer – 86M CPS SONY PlayStation – 2.1 Trillion CPS 10BLY Distance Galaxy - Observed 1 Calculation Per 150 Sec Whole Galaxy – 10MLY IBM SSEC – 485 CPS 81
  70. 70. Huge Demand for Pervasive Converged IP ServicesShopping, Banking, Social Smart Intelligent HighwaysWiMax Networks Power GridSecure Transactions Sensors & Vehicular Comms Relays Cellular WiFi Ambiance Entertainment & Healthcare Gaming Wireless Home Education Femto Mesh New Services & Application – All Shapes & Sizes –People Connecting to People, People Connecting to Machine, Machines Connecting to Machine – Any Place, Any Time, Any Device 82
  71. 71. Solving the Bandwidth Crunch Invent spectrum-multiplying solutions that enable optimal data usage and a richer multimedia experience Bigger Push Shannon’s Limit -Compression (3-5X), caching, local Pipes More Bps/Hz (5 – 10X) content routing, streaming media Maximize throughput at (1/2 Cost and Opex), mobility cell edge, uniform Better More coverage across cell Pipes Pipes Inventions for efficient bandwidth utilization across Tier 1 networks 83
  72. 72. Services of The Future HSPA+ Maximize Throughput LTE LTE-A Bigger Pipes Untapped Spectrum Femto / WiFi Connectivity More Efficient and Mobility Data Handling Compression & More Pipes Better Pipes Coding Cognitive Spectrum Management Collaborative Local Content Communications RoutingCore Solutions That Support Increased Data Usage & A Richer Multimedia Experience 84
  73. 73. Benchmarking FoodIn Chain/Logistics Economic Integrationd Packaging Duties High Protectionisto Trade Tariffs Economic Policiesnes Resources & Management Logistics Resources Connecting Technologies No Cold Chain Abundantia FOOD SUPPLY CHAINpro Information Technology Resources Managementb No Supply Inefficient and Fragmented Chainl Visibility Planninge Product Offering Supply Chain Few Processed Products/Labs Too many intermediariesm Product & Value Chain Innovation N.Viswanadham
  74. 74. Utility sector specific intelligent agileIT solution for quantum benefit (minimum 20%improvement) Capitalize on all improvement opportunities: - People - Process - PlantFund Energy Contracts Financial Project Value Chain Automation Demand Performance Project Life Cycle Management Real time health of the plant SEE THE LIGHT
  75. 75. Introduction to Hadoop and Big DataClass 1 – Jan. 30, 2013 How big is BIG? Usage Number of Bytes Usage Name (SI) Abbr. (Decimal) (Decimal) (Binary) 1 bit b 1 byte B 20 1 kilobyte KB or kB 103 1,000 210 1 megabyte MB 106 1,000,000 220 1 gigabyte GB 109 1,000,000,000 230 1 terabyte TB 1012 1,000,000,000,000 240 1 petabyte PB 1015 1,000,000,000,000,000 250 1 exabyte EB 1018 1,000,000,000,000,000,000 260 1 zettabyte ZB 1021 1,000,000,000,000,000,000,000 270 1 yottabyte YB 1024 1,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000 280 Spring 2013 Realtime and Big Data Analytics 87
  76. 76. Introduction to Hadoop and Big DataClass 1 – Jan. 30, 2013 How big is BIG? Usage Number of Bytes Usage Name (SI) Abbr. (Decimal) (Decimal) (Binary) 1 megabyte MB 106 1,000,000 220 1 gigabyte GB 109 1,000,000,000 230 1 terabyte TB 1012 1,000,000,000,000 240 1 petabyte PB 1015 1,000,000,000,000,000 250 1 exabyte EB 1018 1,000,000,000,000,000,000 260 1 zettabyte ZB 1021 1,000,000,000,000,000,000,000 270 1 yottabyte YB 1024 1,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000 280 2006 - World’s hard drives estimated at: ~160 exabytes (EB)1 2009 - Internet estimated to contain: ~500 exabytes (EB)1 2012 - Not yet achieved one zettabyte (ZB) of information.1[1] http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Yottabyte Spring 2013 Realtime and Big Data Analytics 88
  77. 77. Big Data and You Incoming data streams are different Big Data and You than traditional business apps + You need to write data quickly and reliably, but … It’s not just about high speed writes + You need to validate in real-time + You need to count and aggregate + You need to analyze in real-time + You need to scale on demand + You may need to transact VoltDB 89
  78. 78. Challenge to doSingle partner interface for increased accountability andintegrated service delivery
  79. 79. The Communications Value Chain Transform Optimize  Web 2.0  Enabling  Unified user global teams Integrate experience  Federated, real-  Simplified  Simplified time business Connect Rich-MediaBusiness Value infrastructure processes management interaction  Reduced transport  Uniform  Rich mobile experiences Collaborative costs security and authentication Communities  Improved resiliency Unified Communications Data, Video and Voice Convergence Ubiquitous IP Infrastructure Evolution of Communications
  80. 80. Benefits Save up to 60% of the time for all migration stages Time reduction of the Up to 5 times migration setup and faster creation preparation by 70% of mappings Avoid costs for 50% faster time additional archiving to Market storage and software90% reduction of time and 30% increase in cost for establishing the productivityconnectivity to the legacy system 20% increase in project success Save up to 50% time for the reports preparation
  81. 81. Automatic Vs Semi -Automatic Migration 67% Cut Down Cost 0% due to Reusability Reusability Roll Out Reconciliation C O Test S Roll Out -50% T C Reconciliation -60% O Development $$$ Test -75% S T Analysis Development -70% Analysis -65% $$ Engagement Engagement -65% Semi- Automatic Migration Automatic Migration
  82. 82. Peluang Online shopping• Mendorong terbentuknya Jutaan transaksi , miliard rupiah dalam waktu sangat singkat di segala penjuru
  83. 83. Indonesia Economy• Transform to a Trade –Services and Knowledge base Economy• IT will be the TRANSFORMER, Integrator• PEOPLE are the most Value for Business
  84. 84. Chinese Proverbs“If you are planning for a year, plant rice.If you are planning for a decade, plant trees.If you are planning for a lifetime, educate people”“Hunger is a great teacher”
  85. 85. Thank You Action “c” change in classified
  86. 86. END OF SLIDES THANK YOUKresnayana Yahya, Drs., M.Sc.Email: kresna49@yahoo.comBlog: http://www.kresnayana.com

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