Sasin Management Consulting - SMC

Sasin Management Consulting - SMC With world-class consultancy services, Sasin Management Consulting (SMC) is the preferred management consulting organization in Thailand Established in 2002, Sasin Management Consulting (SMC) is a leading management consulting organization in Thailand.

Combining experienced management consultants from leading multinational consulting firms around the globe with Sasin faculty members, Sasin Management Consulting is able to provide high implementable initiatives and recommendation which can solve the complex business issues for our clients. For more information, please visit www.sasinconsulting.com

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It is common to say that we live in an age of change, an age of discontinuity, and age of disruptions. The exponential c...
29/04/2021

It is common to say that we live in an age of change, an age of discontinuity, and age of disruptions. The exponential change of the fast-moving digital technologies is reshaping the nature of businesses, industries, and economies on a scale never seen before. Nevertheless, what does an exponential change really look like?

Imagine someone - a “linear walker” - each of his steps covers just one meter. After five steps, he has, of course, covered five meters.
Now imagine an “exponential walker” - an extraordinary person, whose first step is one meter, second step is two meters, and fourth step is four meters and so on. The second step is two meters, the third step is four meters, the fourth step is eight meters, and so on. Each stride of the “exponential walker” covers twice the distance of her last stride. After five steps, the exponential walker will have covered about 30 meters (1+2+4+8+16). She is well ahead of the linear walker, but they are still within shouting distance of one another. So what happens next?

After ten steps, the linear walker has plodded just 10 meters in all. And the exponential walker? She has covered 1,000 meters! And then? At the fifteenth step, the linear walker has covered a distance of 15 meters, while the exponential walker has trailed as far as 32,000 meters! That’s over three-quarters of the Earth’s circumference!

After 20 steps, the linear walker will be at 20 meters while the exponential walker has gone 26 times around the world - and what’s more, in her last step alone, she went 13 times around the world!

Exponential change starts innocuously. During the first five steps, the linear and exponential walkers are not very different (5 meters vs. 30 meters). However, after a few more iterations, exponential change makes itself felt. After 20 steps, the exponential walker is at 1 million meters and the linear walker at 20!

Almost everything digital scales exponentially: and of course, almost everything is (or soon will be) digital! We are on the verge of being bombarded with multiple exponential processes - from artificial intelligence, machine learning to virtual reality, the Internet of Things, to the robotics. All these technological innovations are roaring along exponentially.

The only thing we can be certain of is that the future will not be like the past. Things that we have never seen before years ago will become commonplace. Already we are accustomed to a supercomputer that fits in a pocket, with a professional-quality camera and video recorder all in one. We understand the job of social media specialists, of Instagram influencers, and we acknowledge the advent of TikTok stars.

Change management is more vital than ever before. Business-as-usual is no longer feasible. All management must be change management. Every organization in every industry needs to actively embrace change; to rethink their assumptions and business models if they are to survive in today’s exponential business environment.

Professor Ian Fenwick, Ph.D.
Director, Sasin School of Management

It is common to say that we live in an age of change, an age of discontinuity, and age of disruptions. The exponential change of the fast-moving digital technologies is reshaping the nature of businesses, industries, and economies on a scale never seen before. Nevertheless, what does an exponential change really look like?

Imagine someone - a “linear walker” - each of his steps covers just one meter. After five steps, he has, of course, covered five meters.
Now imagine an “exponential walker” - an extraordinary person, whose first step is one meter, second step is two meters, and fourth step is four meters and so on. The second step is two meters, the third step is four meters, the fourth step is eight meters, and so on. Each stride of the “exponential walker” covers twice the distance of her last stride. After five steps, the exponential walker will have covered about 30 meters (1+2+4+8+16). She is well ahead of the linear walker, but they are still within shouting distance of one another. So what happens next?

After ten steps, the linear walker has plodded just 10 meters in all. And the exponential walker? She has covered 1,000 meters! And then? At the fifteenth step, the linear walker has covered a distance of 15 meters, while the exponential walker has trailed as far as 32,000 meters! That’s over three-quarters of the Earth’s circumference!

After 20 steps, the linear walker will be at 20 meters while the exponential walker has gone 26 times around the world - and what’s more, in her last step alone, she went 13 times around the world!

Exponential change starts innocuously. During the first five steps, the linear and exponential walkers are not very different (5 meters vs. 30 meters). However, after a few more iterations, exponential change makes itself felt. After 20 steps, the exponential walker is at 1 million meters and the linear walker at 20!

Almost everything digital scales exponentially: and of course, almost everything is (or soon will be) digital! We are on the verge of being bombarded with multiple exponential processes - from artificial intelligence, machine learning to virtual reality, the Internet of Things, to the robotics. All these technological innovations are roaring along exponentially.

The only thing we can be certain of is that the future will not be like the past. Things that we have never seen before years ago will become commonplace. Already we are accustomed to a supercomputer that fits in a pocket, with a professional-quality camera and video recorder all in one. We understand the job of social media specialists, of Instagram influencers, and we acknowledge the advent of TikTok stars.

Change management is more vital than ever before. Business-as-usual is no longer feasible. All management must be change management. Every organization in every industry needs to actively embrace change; to rethink their assumptions and business models if they are to survive in today’s exponential business environment.

Professor Ian Fenwick, Ph.D.
Director, Sasin School of Management

Sasin Management Consulting (SMC) led by Associate ProfessorDr. Krittinee Nuttavuthisit and Mr. Thana Siriwallop, Projec...
18/08/2020

Sasin Management Consulting (SMC) led by Associate Professor
Dr. Krittinee Nuttavuthisit and Mr. Thana Siriwallop, Project Director;
conducted a Customer Experience Design and Change Management
workshops for top management from Provincial Electricity Authority
(PEA) on 24 July 2020. The main objective of the workshops is to agree
directions for customer experience design, the outcomes of which will be
used to develop proactive strategies for customer experience for PEA.

On July 15, 2020, Mr.Thana Siriwallop and Dr.Mayookapan Chaimankong, Project Directors of Sasin Management Consulting, c...
17/08/2020

On July 15, 2020, Mr.Thana Siriwallop and Dr.Mayookapan Chaimankong, Project Directors of Sasin Management Consulting, conducted a workshop for operation teams for Non-core Business functions at Metropolitan Waterworks Authority (MWA) Headquarters. MWA is a Thai state enterprise under the Ministry of Interior. Its mission is to produce, distribute, and sell treated water in Bangkok, Nonthaburi, and On July 15, 2020, Mr.Thana Siriwallop and Dr.Mayookapan Chaimankong, Project Directors of Sasin Management Consulting, conducted a workshop for operation teams for Non-core Business functions at Metropolitan Waterworks Authority (MWA) Headquarters. MWA is a Thai state enterprise under the Ministry of Interior. Its mission is to produce, distribute, and sell treated water in Bangkok, Nonthaburi, and Samut Prakan, and engage in related businesses synergistic with waterworks.
This session emphasized the formulation of and strategic direction for of the non-core business in order to create acceptance of the strategic direction. The participants were encouraged to support MWA to implement the organization’s strategy effectively.Samut Prakan, and engage in related businesses synergistic with waterworks.
This session emphasized the formulation of and strategic direction for of the non-core business in order to create acceptance of the strategic direction. The participants were encouraged to support MWA to implement the organization’s strategy effectively.

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06/02/2020

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Sasin Management Consulting (SMC) led by Mr. Thana Siriwallop, Project Director; participated in series of workshops wit...
22/01/2020

Sasin Management Consulting (SMC) led by Mr. Thana Siriwallop, Project Director; participated in series of workshops with top management from leading utility organizations, including Metropolitan Waterworks Authority (MWA) and Provincial Electricity Authority (PEA) during 6-15 January 2020. The main objective of the workshops is to agree directions for non-core businesses, the outcomes of which will be used to develop proactive strategies for non-core businesses for MWA and PEA.

On December 20, 2019, the Metropolitan Waterworks Authority (MWA) led by Mr. Suthirug Buchagul, Assistant Governor of MW...
10/01/2020

On December 20, 2019, the Metropolitan Waterworks Authority (MWA) led by Mr. Suthirug Buchagul, Assistant Governor of MWA and Sasin Management Consulting (SMC), led by Mr. Thana Siriwallop, Project Director, together with Dr. Mayookapan Chaimankong; participated in the Inception Meeting for the “MWA’s Related Products and Businesses Development”. The project focuses on the improvement and development of a business strategies for current MWA’s related business, and to identify new related business opportunities for MWA.

SMC Project Director presents researchon the Future - Change GapOn November 2nd, Pruittiporn Nakornchai, Sasin Managemen...
02/12/2019

SMC Project Director presents research
on the Future - Change Gap
On November 2nd, Pruittiporn Nakornchai, Sasin Management Consulting (SMC) Project Director, gave a presentation at the Verso-Connect Event at Verso International School. Her presentation featured SMC research on the future world of work and suggested pathways to new careers for students and people in the business world. She then participated in a panel discussion about changes in education and business today and was joined by Dr. Richard Hames, a practitioner and one of the world's leading futurists, Dr. Kwan Ross, a clinical psychologist, and early childhood educator, and Cameron Fox, founding head of Verso International School.

Winner of H.M. The King of Thailand Royal AwardSCB Future Leader Challenge 2019Professor Dr. Ian Fenwick, Director, Sasi...
04/07/2019

Winner of H.M. The King of Thailand Royal Award
SCB Future Leader Challenge 2019

Professor Dr. Ian Fenwick, Director, Sasin School of Management, together with Mrs. Patraporn Sirodom, Chief People Officer, Siam Commercial Bank have jointly congratulated the winner of His Majesty The King of Thailand Royal Award of the SCB Future Leader Challenge 2019 (SCBFLC). The event was co-hosted by Sasin School of Management and Siam Commercial Bank for the sixth time this year. Many distinguished guests have also joined the event which was held on June 29 at Siam Commercial Bank, Talad Noi Branch, Bangkok.

The winner of H.M. The King of Thailand Royal Award of SCBFLC 2019 is The Four Horsemen from University of Cambridge of United Kingdom. In which the three finalists including Oasis from Singapore Management University, GOAL Gals from Sasin School of Management and MaiSiaoSiao from National University of Singapore.

On June 15, 2019, Mr. Thana Siriwallop, Project Director of Sasin Management Consulting (SMC) conducted a Change Managem...
19/06/2019

On June 15, 2019, Mr. Thana Siriwallop, Project Director of Sasin Management Consulting (SMC) conducted a Change Management workshop for Thon’s Top Executives Acceleration Program. Thonburi Healthcare Group Public Company Limited (THG) is widely recognized as a leading company that provides medical and hospital management services in Thailand, both in Bangkok and other parts of the country.
The workshop aims to familiarize Thonburi Healthcare Group Executives with change management process by emphasizing on the importance and impact of change to the organization.

On May 27th, 2019, Mr. Thana Siriwallop, Project Director of Sasin Management Consulting (SMC) conducted a Change Manage...
17/06/2019

On May 27th, 2019, Mr. Thana Siriwallop, Project Director of Sasin Management Consulting (SMC) conducted a Change Management workshop for managers from Thaibev. Thaibev is widely recognized as a leading beverage company in Southeast Asia with vision to be a world-class total beverage company embodying commercial excellence, continuous product development and premiumization, as well as professionalism.
The workshop aims to familiarize Thaibev managers with change management process, to be ready for the challenging target for the year 2020.

On May 14th 2019, Department of Tourism (DOT), Ministry of Tourism and Sports of Thailand, and Sasin Management Consulti...
17/06/2019

On May 14th 2019, Department of Tourism (DOT), Ministry of Tourism and Sports of Thailand, and Sasin Management Consulting (SMC) team; led by Ms. Pruittiporn Nakornchai, Project Director, held a workshop on how to build the tourism environment to accommodate Muslim travelers due to their unique culture and religious practices. The guest speaker was Mr. Sukre Sarem, an expert at Muslim arts, history, tourism, and culture. Participants are business owners of hotels, restaurants, tour operators, and tour guides, along with tourism authorities.
The workshop was very well-received and SMC would like to thank all of the participants and parties involved.

On May 8th 2019, Department of Tourism (DOT), Ministry of Tourism and Sports of Thailand, and Sasin Management Consultin...
13/05/2019

On May 8th 2019, Department of Tourism (DOT), Ministry of Tourism and Sports of Thailand, and Sasin Management Consulting (SMC) conducted a focus group discussion with Muslim entrepreneurs, imams, and involved tourism authorities on halal route planning. On the event, Mr. Taweesak Vanichareon, Director General for Department of Tourism, delivered an opening speech and Ms. Pruittiporn Nakornchai led the discussion.

This project is an implementation phase of a strategy for Thailand to be the Muslim Friendly destination. The strategy was formulated by SMC for the Ministry, and subsequently had been approved by the National Tourism Policy Committee, chaired by His Excellency Dr. Somkid Jatusripitak, Deputy Prime Minister of the Kingdom of Thailand, on August 2, 2018.

The conference was very well-received and SMC would like to thank all of the participants and parties involved.

On April 22, 2019, a delegation from the Royal Thai Navy (RTN) and Management from Sasin Management Consulting (SMC) par...
30/04/2019

On April 22, 2019, a delegation from the Royal Thai Navy (RTN) and Management from Sasin Management Consulting (SMC) participated in the Progress Meeting for the “Defense-related R&D Cluster Establishment Project”. The project focuses on development of business models and organizational strategies for the Strategic Innovation Center, to be newly set up according to recent RTN policies.

On March 1, 2019, a delegation from the Royal Thai Navy visited Sasin and participated in the Kick-off meeting of “Defen...
12/03/2019

On March 1, 2019, a delegation from the Royal Thai Navy visited Sasin and participated in the Kick-off meeting of “Defense-related R&D Cluster Establishment Project”. The session was co-chaired by Vice Admiral Tula Ketusatian and Assistant Professor Dr. Chaipong Pongpanich, Director of Sasin Management Consulting (SMC), while the project will be led by Mr. Thana Siriwallop, Project Director from Sasin Management Consulting (SMC)

Sasin and SCB launch 6th annual case competition Siam Commercial Bank (SCB) and Sasin School of Management recently laun...
04/03/2019

Sasin and SCB launch 6th annual case competition

Siam Commercial Bank (SCB) and Sasin School of Management recently launched the SCB Future Leader Challenge (SCBFLC) 2019, a business case competition that lets master’s degree students from around the world showcase their skills and ideas through real business cases. The competition, which has been held for six consecutive years, is a people development exercise to prepare talent for the business world. SCB Senior Executive Vice President, Chief People Officer, Ms. Phanporn Kongyingyong and Director of Sasin School of Management, Mr. Paron Israsena Na Ayudhya, recently signed an MOU for this year’s event at the SCB Head Office. SCBFLC applications are open until March 20, 2019 at https://goo.gl/dHFYPE.

On January 17, 2019, Mr. Thana Siriwallop, Project Director of Sasin Management Consulting (SMC), conducted a change man...
22/01/2019

On January 17, 2019, Mr. Thana Siriwallop, Project Director of Sasin Management Consulting (SMC), conducted a change management workshop for CQIT Ambassadors (Change Champions) at the Royal Golden Jubilee Building, Faculty of Medicine, Chiang Mai University.

CQIT is the core values of the Faculty of Medicine at Chiang Mai University, comprise of Customer Focus, Quality, Innovation and Teamwork).

Professor Bannakij Lojanapiwat, M.D., Dean of the Faculty of Medicine of CMU gave speech during the opening ceremony while Associate Professor Surinporn Likhitsathian, M.D., Associate Dean of the Faculty of Medicine of CMU delivered a speech about workshop’s objective that emphasized participants to realize the importance and impact of change. Furthermore, the faculty staff was encouraged to apply a change management concepts to deliver CQIT’s Value in operation.

Q by SCB Future Leader Challenge Batch 1Ms. Phanporn Kongyingyong, Senior Executive Vice President, Chief People Officer...
13/12/2018

Q by SCB Future Leader Challenge Batch 1

Ms. Phanporn Kongyingyong, Senior Executive Vice President, Chief People Officer, Siam Commercial Bank, together with Mr. Yod Chinsupakul, CEO and Co-Founder, Wongnai Media Co., Ltd congratulated and presented the awards to the first winner of “Q by SCB Future Leader Challenge Batch 1” (Q by SCBFLC Batch 1). The 3-day intensive boot camp has been co-hosted by Siam Commercial Bank (SCB) and Sasin School of Management for the first time this year, to encourage Thailand’s future generations to learn strategic thinking and case solving, as well as to prepare Thai master’s degree students for the upcoming annual business case competition “SCB Future Leader Challenge (SCBFLC)”, which will be held in February 2019.

The boot camp was held recently at Siam Commercial Bank, SCB Academy, Bangkok.

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1. Policy Advisory
• National/ Industry Policy Development
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• Organization Restructuring
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