Sustaining Competitiveness in the Face of Disruption
The semiconductor sector constitutes one of today’s most important industries, providing the essential technology that powers the modern digital world. As the demand for semiconductor innovation and microchips increases globally, there is a need for companies across the design-manufacturing chain to work hand-in-hand to maintain the industry’s long-term strength and resilience, and to ensure a steady talent pipeline to spur industry-wide innovation. It is also important for companies to collaborate closely with various stakeholders in the ecosystem, including government agencies and academic institutions.
In this webinar, Professor Arnoud De Meyer will be sharing with us insights drawn from his book, Ecosystem Edge: Sustaining Competitiveness in the Face of Disruption, co-authored with Cambridge University Judge Business School professor, Professor Peter Williamson. Delving into the new strategies, structures, and capabilities that are required to harness the power and advantages of ecosystems for competitive success, Professor De Meyer will share how business leaders in the semiconductor industry could develop and be a part of a dynamic ecosystem of partners to collectively strengthen our capacities in these volatile and constantly shifting times.
Speaker : Professor Arnoud De Meyer, Singapore Management University
Date : Friday, 11 Feb 2021
Time : 4:30 pm to 5:30 pm (60 minutes)
Format : Virtual session conducted via Zoom (details will be provided via email at a later date)
This event is by-invitation-only. Please do ensure that your name on the Zoom account you're dialling in with reflects the name on your invitation.
Prof De Meyer is an internationally recognised researcher and thought leader in the areas of R&D and Innovation Management, Manufacturing Strategy, and International Management. A global academic leader with more than 35 years of experience across Asia and Europe, Prof De Meyer concluded his stint as the longest serving President at the Singapore Management University in 2018 and continues his work at SMU as a University Professor at the Lee Kong Chian School of Business.
Before joining SMU, Prof De Meyer was Dean of the Judge Business School at the University of Cambridge, and held multiple leadership positions at INSEAD’s Asia campus. He has served as a director on many boards in Belgium, France, Australia as well as in Singapore. He is currently the board chair at Temasek-sponsored Stewardship Asia Centre and has served on HCLI’s board since our founding in 2010.