An interesting point made in his presentation on leadership development is “bold business leaders cultivate an exciting and innovative environment that demands ownership, supports risk-taking and delivers results”.
Meanwhile Federation of Malaysian Manufacturers (FMM) president Tan Sri Datuk Mustafa Mansur discussed the economic crisis impact on employment in the manufacturing sector. He pointed out that a lot of industries are not willing to pay good salaries, hence the decision to bring in foreign workers into the country.
Throughout the two-day programme, students had ample opportunity to interact with the speakers and senior academic staff from the university as well as peers from the different industries.
The students attended five workshop sessions that covered specific areas of conducting research such as developing research ideas and topics, developing a research project proposal, constructing research questions and objectives, writing a research project report and the library research process.
The RSPW is a component in the compulsory 6-credit project course to be undertaken by CeMBA students in the final year of their programme.