Some Sibuians said, "It is always easier said than done". To certain extent, it may be true.
But, in getting Sibu out of the present dilemma, Sibuians need high awareness (through raising issues pertaining to Sibu), brainstorming (through a session like "Sibu In The Blue Ocean"), commitment (through firmly believing in and caring about bringing a change to Sibu) and execution (through carrying out plans). Seriously, we have been stagnant at the awareness stage for far too long.
Then, Kee Hian came in with a session to open up the mindset of Sibuians, opening their eyes to Blue Ocean Strategies. Sibu is still hopeful as long as we put our innovative thinking to work with full commitment.
Let's not put a full stop to 'Sibu In The Blue Ocean". Rather, we have to follow up with more momentum to keep "wheel of change" rolling. It is a challenge. Dear Sibuians, are you prepared to join in?
On "Polytechnic" University, Kee Hian challenged the audience with his Strategy (4) :
Centre for Lifelong Learning:
Executive Education ( in-house and public-enrolled)
Part-time diploma and degree courses
Specialist and short courses
Sibu Town Square, reputedly the largest one in Malaysia, is the centre of activities of Sibu. Photo: Wong Meng Lei