Delivering Interim Management and Risk Consulting What does this business lingo have to do on my personal blog? Good question. Read on to unravel the mystery. Some history is here. Simply put, Megrow Pte Ltd is my current employer. In other words, it is the current platform on which I deploy my value proposition to… Continue reading Effective Consulting
This is the yearly “my company has grown a year older” advertisement message. Head over to the Megrow website to read how the company has evolved and what Megrow and its partners have delivered to clients. And give Megrow’s podcast a try as well (see below).
I’m thinking a lot why “fake news”, “simplistic populism” and other contemporary movements have gained so much momentum over the recent decade (or more). After all, in a world in which information is largely open and freely available, the days of being obviously miss-informed should be over, shouldn’t they? A simple solution for a complex… Continue reading why it is soo difficult
this is the annual “my company has grown a year older” advertisement message. Head over to the Megrow website to read all the latest and greatest about the tangible business benefits of Enterprise Risk Management, some thoughts about strategy and portfolio underwriting.
After a few month of watching the Gutenberg development by WordPress unfold, I have decided to move over from the “classic” editor. why? The classic editor served me well. I used it extensively for this personal blog and for my company’s website. No bugs, text editing functionality was there and the basic formatting options available… Continue reading here is Gutenberg – move over “classic”
I couldn’t resist and signed up (free nota bene…) for Strava. This is the ultimate stalker app. Join Strave, upload your workouts and make some friends over there. Very soon you will find out what I mean! BTW: if you are a Polar “person” like I am, you can set your Polar account to automatically… Continue reading the ultimate stalker app
Chapter 1 – November 2000 Walking and scrambling up Sharp Peak is one of the most beautiful and adventurous hikes in Hong Kong! An ascent from Tse Uk over the northern ridge, that I did in November 2000 (yes, it was in the year 2000!!!!) still is fresh in my memory. A longish, demanding walk,… Continue reading Sharp Peak, Hong Kong – what a hike!
new aspirations Climbing Sigunyam Mountain (5025 meters above sea level) didn’t quite work out, climbing Haba Snow Mountain (5396 meters above sea level) didn’t quite work either. Hence, I thought it is time to adjust goals and go for more ambitious targets: the SEVEN SUMMITS. (Note: this is an entirely separate initiative from the 26… Continue reading The 7 Summits
…. I quasi religiously follow all your reflections about corporate guff, empty phrases, meaningless mission statements, empty value brimboria, the leashing out at CEOs possessing or missing skill sets – to name just a few. I thoroughly enjoy listening to your careful choice of words, the apparently never ending choice of ranting vocabulary and the elegance and eloquence of your… Continue reading Dear Lucy……..
A Phanthom drone with a 4k camera is on the agenda, maybe learning first how to fly a drone is a smart thing to do? Got this micro quad drone to practise: 17 grams heavyweight… First outdoor test flight ended up on the roof of a pavilion in the Singapore botanical garden, which btw is… Continue reading The Journey towards a Phantom Drone