Project DeSIGN20 January 2020
2020 kicks in with the launch of Project DeSIGN leveraging on the takeaways from Project Mint.
The mission is to create awareness and increase adoption of the blockchain domain through education in the form of seminars, workshops, meetups and roundtable discussions.
Baked into the project are features such as decentralisation, consensus-building (trustless), censorship-resistant, open-source, programmable, ease of on boarding for interested individuals
Project Mint Brief – Follow up Part 303 January 2019
Milestone – building vibrant communities.
Building vibrant communities is tough. Individuals are driven differently and even when interests are perceived to be aligned, two issues surfaced– byzantine generals’ problem and tragedy of the commons.
Project Mint Brief – Follow up Part 202 January 2019
Milestone – Mitigating the risk of a single point of failure.
Rolling out a network of systems that allows for the production/delivery of goods and services to the marketplace, especially the white space. An integrated payment processing system to complete the last mile for trade anywhere in the world.
Project Mint Brief – Follow up Part 127 December 2018
Milestone - Putting in place a sound infrastructure that can scale.
From a macro perspective, sustainable growth can (only) be generated through innovation.
Project Mint Brief22 May 2017
It is time to leverage on the collaborative venture program (CVP) to roll-out a series of projects to help individuals be active stakeholders in a smart city value proposition.
Value creation and innovation in the banking sector - Part312 December 2015
Measuring and managing - Outcomes
KPIs should cover at the highest possible source of inputs including the Board and Executive and cascade down to other key functional areas.
Value creation and innovation in the banking sector - Part211 December 2015
Even before integrated thinking, you need to begin with “first who then what?”
Value creation and innovation in the banking sector - Part110 December 2015
Wealth distribution is skewed favoring a minority few with ordinary individuals having limited opportunities to innovate and a holding pattern persists.