With the dawn of the 5G era, new use cases for the technology are emerging as consumers and enterprises set to work on identifying processes and channels that will increase productivity and efficiency. Wireless connectivity is at the centre of this technological revolution. New business opportunities are opening up – both for those that have traditionally participated in the value chain, such as telecom operators, and for newcomers from other industries.
This course aims to provide a fundamental understanding of 5G technology, how it will impact and transform various industry verticals, and new business use cases.
At the end of the course, participants will be able to develop new business ideas that can potentially create new revenue streams with 5G.
- Telco 101
- 5G Fundamentals
- Business Model Canvas (BMC)
Note: Course participants are required to complete all the e-learning modules before the actual face-to-face workshop; and prepare the case study for group discussion and presentation.
- Recap of e-Learning
- 5G and Industry Verticals:
- Recap of Business Model Canvas & Group Preparation for Practice Drill
- Practice Drill (Assessment): Group Presentation
Microsoft Office (MS PowerPoint for preparing case presentations)
This course is suitable for mid-level managerial executives, who are looking at using mobile technology (especially 5G) to transform their businesses.
Who Should Attend
Mid-level executives and management, Business Analysts, Business Managers/Directors, Partners/Alliance Managers/Directors, Product Managers/Directors, Marketing Managers/Directors, CxOs
Mode of Training
- E-Learning: 7 hours
- Face-to-Face Workshop: 1 Day (9.00am – 5.30pm) on Weekdays
Jim Lim Shien Min
Jim Lim Shien Min is currently CEO for Good Doctor Technology. He joined the company as first employee to setup the business in SEA. He is also adjunct lecturer for NUS, SUSS, Huawei University and FinTech Academy. Prior to these, Jim was the Global Senior Director in Group Chief Transformation Office in Huawei Technologies and Regional Chief Technology Officer for strategic digital transformation projects in APAC. These multiple roles focus on transformation (including Digitalisation initiatives) cross industries (e.g. Telco, Smart Nation/City, Retail, Healthcare, Logistics, Agriculture), domains (e.g. Cloud, IoT, Big Data, Mobile Money, Connectivity) and aspects (e.g. Business Modelling, Customer Journey, Design Thinking, Org. Change).
Prior to joining Huawei, Jim was the CBE (Client Business Executive) in Amdocs with full P&L responsibilities from sales, delivery and operations. Jim was with Amdocs for 9 years and was previously the Senior Director, Business Strategy and Sales Engineering in APAC, whom setup the regional delivery team; responsible for all accounts presales and strategic business development activities within Amdocs APAC. Jim was Techmahindra Presales and Delivery Group Head for APAC who set up its regional delivery centers and presales teams. Jim also established partnership with other vendors such as Huawei and Oracle while serving as Country Manager for Greater China. Prior to this role, Jim was Project and JV Manager and Senior Consultant in Accenture, with solid experiences in large-scale business transformation programs in SingTel, Telekom Malaysia and Starhub.
With more than 20 years of high tech and ICT industry experiences in Business, Customer & Project Management, Jim has proven track records in exceeding client/partners expectations and strong in providing business and strategic advice to complement the technicality of the initiatives and programmes.
Jim holds a MBA (Distinctions) from Manchester Business School (UK) and B. Eng (Hons) in Electrical and Electronics Engineering from Nanyang Technological University (Singapore). Jim is also a certified Project Management Professional (PMP) and a seasoned company spokesman for media and analysts. Jim is currently an industry mentor for ICT with Young NTUC, a Senior Fellow appointed by Singapore University of Social Sciences (SUSS) and an Executive Education Fellow appointed by National University of Singapore (NUS).