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Industries

As industries rapidly change, we help our clients navigate the shifts present and give them the tools needed to survive and thrive.

Our highly customized teams bring each client a combination of deep industry knowledge and expert perspectives from other industries on the challenge at stake, to offer our clients fresh perspectives and breakthrough business insights. Our mission is to help our clients set new standards of excellence in their industries, not follow the pack with off-the-shelf industry solutions.

LED Lighting

 

Under the New Economic Model, the electrical and electronics (E&E) sector has been identified to assume a significant role in the country’s economic agenda. In particular, the local light emitting diode (LED)/solid state lighting (SSL) sub-sector has been selected to be a new economic driver in making significant contribution to the economy as it could provide more opportunities both downstream and upstream in the local E & E industry.
To realise the targets set by PEMANDU under EPP 10 (Entry Point Projects) of the Electric and Electronic sector of NKEA, MITI through SME Corp Malaysia has been tasked to create a minimum of five local Malaysian SMEs to become global champions in the SSL/LED lighting industry. In meeting the objective set under EPP 10, this Phase II LED/SSL project will involve undertaking tangible activities where strategically it is required that the participating companies will:

 

i. Collectively generate total revenue of RM178 Million by 2020
ii. Be provided with assistance to penetrate international market expansion in at least 2 regions.

 

Ten selected SMEs identified in Phase 1 of this project are provided with requisite capacity building and skill sets, including fiscal and non-fiscal incentives to upscale performance of companies at firm level. In ensuring that companies conform to standards and certification as well as automation initiatives to ensure enhanced productivity levels, the Government also provide financial support to those participating companies. The transformational journey which include a diagnostic analysis on the supply chain management of participating companies which not only focussed on the unmet needs of the companies but it also provided an exposure to the challenges of the international LED/SSL lighting markets faced by the companies in their quest to achieve the status of world class champions.

 

Out of the 10 participating companies under Phase I, seven companies have been shortlisted to continue their journey in Phase II. Six of these companies are from Phase I while another one company was selected based on its potential to be nurtured to become a world class company.

 

These companies were selected based on the following criteria:

 

i. Must have a valid factory to operationalise their business; and
ii. Companies are already manufacturing finished LED/SSL products as opposed to producing product components.

 

To continue the work in Phase II, BDEC Resources (M) Sdn Bhd and its international partner, ISIS Innovation Ltd, the technology transfer company of the University of Oxford, United Kingdom, have been appointed as Service Provider to oversee and implement the programme.

 

The scope of work under Phase II to execute the action plans by participating companies will cover the following six workstreams:

 

  • Certification & regulation
  • Marketing Plan Development and Support
  • International Partner Search
  • Technology Roadmap Development
  • Branding
  • Supply Chain Management

 

Industries

Food Handlers

 

From ensuring the quality of food before it reaches the consumer, to testing different versions of a recipe to develop an ideal product, the food handling industry is a key part of both allowing food retailers and manufacturers to maintain a healthy reputation and providing consumers with top notch security.

 

Regulators make sure that restaurant, bakery or any other commercial establishment including institutional cafeterias, are able to meet high standards in food safety. Since most communities include at least a bakery and may have some sort of residential care facility, it means that Food Handling is part of many people’s professions and is an in demand skill throughout the entire country.

 

Food Industry Food Handling standards mean knowing about proper hygiene procedures such as cleaning temperatures, and the importance of avoiding cross contamination, for example mixing raw meat residue with vegetables or fruit that will be served uncooked. It also means knowing the proper temperatures and shelf life for food, so that food storage is in compliance with all regulations and guidelines.

 

BDEC Resources worked with a renowned organization, CIEH or The Chartered Institute of Environmental Health, UK to bring qualifications in order to develop and raise awareness of key food safety issues and to provide companies with an induction to food hygiene.

CHANGE MANAGEMENT FOR COMPANIES UNDERGOING M&A

 

The effects of mergers and acquisitions on employee morale can be significant if the reorganization of the business is not handled effectively. During any merger or acquisition effort, there are at least two groups of employees involved, often coming from organizations with distinctly different cultures and styles. Learning a new culture can be challenging, but is especially so when employees are faced with uncertainty about what the future may hold and whose job is on the chopping block. At BDEC, we help to break the fall for our client’s employees through the following:

 

Managing their Stress

 

Change is often difficult for employees, especially if they were not directly involved in decisions that impact their jobs. During mergers and acquisitions, change can be especially difficult and can lead to stress which can have a negative impact on morale if not handled effectively. Communication is critical during these times. To the extent possible organizations should strive to share as much information about what is happening and, most importantly, how the changes will affect individual employees, as they possibly can.

 

Fear of Job Loss

 

When two or more organizations come together, culture clash is inevitable. Rarely do two organizations have the same culture. As these groups get to know each other there will inevitably be conflict and perceived or real losses on both sides. Employees may fear losing their jobs or losing opportunities that they formerly had. This fear can negatively impact productivity and may even result in employees leaving the company to seek jobs elsewhere. It is important for organizations and their managers and HR staff to recognize this and to provide opportunities for employees to get to know each other, to openly address concerns, and to work together toward the creation of a new culture that will merge the best of both worlds.

 

Competitiveness

 

When employees are concerned about their own job security they are more likely to become competitive with others and this competitiveness can result in conflict–sometimes even violence. During mergers and acquisitions it is important for managers and HR professionals to be alert to signs of negative competition and to ensure that employees are being kept informed about impacts on their jobs and their futures with the company. While some competition is good, competition is not good when it creates tension and negative conflict in the organization.

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