“精通企業教育圈”MMC打造平臺

“精通企業教育圈”MMC打造平臺

享資源、拓人脈、尋智慧、創商機

(吉隆坡17日讯)“‘精通企业教育’如今已是商业圈的最新学习模式与趋势,足以打造平台让80后及00后两代人的经商思维接轨,并且在一致的共同语言下,寻找生意突破点,一飞冲天!”

15天課程創共同溝通語言

“各行业都有不同的精英,但却说着属于自己的语言,与其他领域根本无法沟通。精通企业教育所提供的15天课程,将为参与者创造出彼此间的共同语言,互相分享经商之道、经验,从中促成商业联络网的连接。”

他也引述圣经“巴别塔”典故,进一步地说明其实每个人都来自不一样的地方、有着不同的背景,说着各自的语言;因此若无法达致统一,要完成任何事情都是不成形的。

他说,经市场分析,发现80后与00后的经商认知及思维出现一大鸿沟,MMC就可以让两代人的不同“世界”连接起来,卸下企业语言障碍栏杆,提高彼此生产力。

“在90年代之前,电脑科技尚未发达与普及化,因此80后也只能依靠传统方式摸索或跟着代代相传的学习模式经商。可是,00后从小就接触电脑科技,无论是眼界、知识都与前辈不一样。精通学就有助他们从各自的知识中寻找‘智慧’。”

黄天成表示,在MMC,无论是从事餐饮业、造型业、服饰业或汽车行业等的学生们,都能坐在同一张桌子上,谈论自己经商所面对的问题与困境;其他外行学生,则以自己领域的成功例子融入话题,再群策群力地设法协助解困,让困顿者突破重围。

“精通学是一种混合式教学法,综合东方与西方精神,强调勿一路盲从,要懂得开窍、变通,不能固步自封,要会从分析中让生意转动、流动。遇到想不通的事情,就让别人一起分担,替我们想通。”

外行取代内行寻突破

“MMC有个‘可取’之处,就是由‘外行取代内行’,打破原有框架,引入不一样行业的优势,寻找新的突破点,拓展出新的行销或经商模式。”

他举例,Fedex物流老板以前曾是银行家,但在投入物流业后,质疑物流作业程序为何要耗时1周或更久时间?反观银行业,3天就能让支票过账,因此把银行运作模式,注入物流业。这可谓占尽先机,也是“外行取代内行”的最佳证明。

內部經濟流動迎商機

同时,黄天成说,MMC是在冠病疫情期间所诞生的,因为当时中小企业陷入低迷,不少人士气变低;所以,他想从内部经济开始,通过资源共享方式,超越范围来对接外部资源,扶持中小企业。

“中小企业最缺乏的就是网络(Networking)衔接,不过一旦透过科学化教育,学生们在脑力激荡下,一定会擦出不一样火花,产生新转变。”

他表示,中小企业将联络网拓展开来后,或有其他团队连接生意;再经过线上推销产品,则使彼此财务(内部经济)循环、流动,必能迎来新商机。

“精通学让我们看见‘单一力量’是多么的单薄,无法解决和超越所有事;不过在与其他学生建立联络网之下,通过整合各领域资源,各自企业发展将走向一个全新的里程碑。”

他说,精通企业教育的“智慧”,并非正统大学的硕士班或博士班可以学习到的知识,很多乃业界前辈的经商经验、经历之分享,传授“转变”的重要性,学以致用。

“我们的学生(精通圈),于每月的第一和第三周都会开会,时间为早上8时至11时,甚至是跨州如槟城、柔佛及沙巴等学生之间交流。会议上,有内部转介绍环节,每次会议

均有涉及数十万令吉的资源交换。”

他补充,至于周二和周四,就是学员自己的小组活动,可以是吃喝玩乐,促进感情;亦可以是感性节目,谈心分享。

精通圈像个“家”

“来到精通圈,我们就像家人一样,互相学习、扶持、成长。人说:你的朋友圈,决定了你的未来。这句话,是没有错的。只要你接触了生意往前冲的人,自然也不能让自己

松懈、怠慢。”

他指出,中小企业其实是个“寂寞”的行业,一般上自己所承受的辛苦没人知,而且也无从倾诉。若说给外人听,企业语言不通,加上可能不懂得表达,让人难以理解。

“回到精通圈这个温暖的‘家’就不一样,绝对是个极佳的避风港,因为大家早已建立信任,总会想到新出路。”

對接東南亞市場

此外,黄天成表示,MMC不局限在大马,即将在新加坡注册公司,目标要对接东南亚市场,让来自我国、新加坡、泰国、越南及印尼的学生,真正了解这套教育系统,有了共同语言后,见面时就会更亲近,并且塑造一致的经商生态圈。

“我们展望,明年至少可以招揽3000名的学生;然后于2025年创造东南亚5000个精通圈,以爱、关心、关怀出发。”

他说,MMC设有很多小组,每组不会超过20人;每个小组的行业通常不会重复。

他表示,目前本地有约1500个精通圈,不过较活跃的仅有200个。希望旧学生能重返精通圈,再融入新学生,跟着MMC步伐走去,相信时间会说明成果。

他举例,MMC有一名从事理发业的学生,经营10多年下来,生意依然无法取得大突破。然而,在多与其他学生沟通后,6个月内竟创下12万4000令吉的傲人业绩,可见MMC“以力借力”这一招果然受用;这也就是精通圈的成功。

App从新加坡推出

黄天成也说,届时,公司也会研发统一教育的应用程式(App),从新加坡总行出发,推介至外国,通过教育让国与国之间的各方面都得到良好的接轨。

他表示,MMC将带领大家拓人脉、省成本、少走冤枉路,直击成功之道。

“很简单的道理,在生意上,若你不整合其他资源后重新出发,别人就会去整合;那时就没你所站的一席之地。”

他说,生意上的良性竞争是好的,经商者尽量不以肮脏或不当手段打击对手;最重要能为市场增值,然后让市场决定你的生存价值。当然,产品创新加上团队支持,是不可或缺的。

“MMC除了专注于商业教育之外,也相当看重慈善事业;因此,一旦有机会,我们将设

法举办活动,回馈社会,不落人后。”

-黄天成

精通學是座橋樑

“世界不乏知识,唯独缺少智慧。精通学就像一座桥梁,让新旧时代之人从平台中寻找智慧,互取长处,补己短处。”

黄天成强调,目前的市场,注重的是“个人”品牌,而非公司品牌,所以从商者必须占尽“认人不认货”优势,做好口碑,事事成为企业“第一人”,那就能坐稳霸主之位了。

Mastermind Council International (MMC) education platform

Share resources and expand your network, gain wisdom and create business opportunities together

KUALA LUMPUR: “‘The Mastermind Council International (MMC) education platform has become the latest learning model and trend for business ecosystem, connecting the business mindsets of the post-80s and post-00s generations, speaking the same language to find business breakthroughs and soar together!” remarked Dato’ Sri Adrian Wee, who founded the Mastermind Council International (MMC), championing active and passive learning.

He pointed up that MMC advocates “Internal Economy & Beyond”, which is to create a cohesive circle for its family members to tap into each other’s resources; which is not limited to money, as they gain wisdom, connections and business opportunities together. In other words, it’s all about growing and succeeding together.

15 days of courses to communicate with a common language

“There are different elites in different industries, but if they only speak their own languages, cross-industry communication can be tough. Understanding such shortcomings, I have come up with courses specifically designed for our MMC family members, over a combined duration of 15 days. As they get together under one roof, they learn together by sharing their entrepreneurial knowledge and experience, speaking the same language, building the same business ecosystem together.”

He quoted the “Tower of Babel” story as an example, saying that when everyone comes from a different place with a different background and speaks their own language, they just cannot stick together, therefore it is so challenging to accomplish anything.

According to Dato’s Sri Adrian Wee, industry analysis shows that there is a big gap between the post-80s and post-00s in terms of business knowledge and mindset. The MMC family is able to connect the different “worlds” of these two generations together, removing the entrepreneurial language while improving each other’s productivity.

“Before the 1990s, advanced computer technology was not yet developed and computer usage was not common too, therefore the post-80s could only rely on the traditional methods to explore or follow the business learning models passed down from previous generations.  However, the post-00s have been exposed to advanced computer technology since childhood, of which the way they absorb knowledge and see the future is all different than their predecessors. In an effort to bridge such differences, MMC aims to help all the family members find ‘wisdom’ from the collective power of each other’s different perspectives.”

He said that in the MMC family, although there are students from different industries such as F&B, personal and corporate branding, clothing and accessories, and automobile, they can just sit at the same table and talk about their problems and difficulties that they face in their businesses. For students of other industries, their success in their respective businesses can be a good way to join into the discussion. Put simply, any social gathering of MMC family members can always double up as a group discussion, sharing the challenges and finding the solutions together.

“MMC is an integrated teaching method, combining the best of the East and West, emphasizing openness in learning while avoiding blind following. The key is always be opened to new knowledge and one must not be feeling content. Always learn how to keep the business fluid through careful analysis. When facing difficulties, bring that up to the group and find solutions together.”

Seeing things from the outside for breakthrough

“MMC has something valuable for its family members. When people from different industries get together, the outsiders can always see the things missed out by the insiders. As they integrate the advantages of different industries together, this will bring new perspectives that go beyond the original framework, paving the way for new breakthroughs in terms of new marketing  and business models.”

For example, Fedex logistics boss used to be a banker, but soon after joining the logistics industry, he questioned why the payment transaction for logistics operation would take a week or more to process? Compared with the banking industry, cheques can be cleared in 3 days, and so he injected the banking operation model into his logistics business, giving him the advantage over its competitors. This is a classic example of how an outsider mindset can deliver a breakthrough in the end.

Exploring business opportunities through internal economy

Dato’ Sri Adrian Wee highlighted that MMC was born during the prevalence of COVID-19 with a clear mission in mind – to assist SMEs overcome the economic hardships. It all started with the internal economy through resources sharing, connecting with other industry players while supporting each other in one way or another.

“What SMEs are lacking most is the connection in terms of people network. But once they are exposed to the scientific way of learning new knowledge and skills, they will be able to employ innovative ideas in their businesses for new changes. “

He said that as the SME network expands, business connection will grow at the same time. When this is coupled with online marketing, the internal economy of MMC will just keep moving, bringing in more new business opportunities.

“The MMC education reminds us of one important thing that going alone is leading us nowhere. Being alone, you are weak and unable to find the breakthrough solutions. But when you run your business on a strong network, the collective resources of MMC can really be a big force to take you to a new milestone.”

Dato’ Sri Adrian Wee added that the “wisdom” of MMC entrepreneurial education is not something that one can learn in university. Unlike the master’s or doctoral classes, MMC is all about ‘business’ experience happening in real life and the sharing of such knowledge plays an important role in transforming the business mindset of the SMEs as they put whatever they learn into practice.

“Our MMC students have regular meetings in the first and third weeks of each month, from 8am to 11am. They can be from everywhere, including those from Penang, Johor and Sabah. Each meeting will have an internal referral link to support each other, involving resource exchanges worth over hundreds of thousands of Ringgit.”

On Tuesdays and Thursdays, it will be MMC family members’ own, respective group activities, usually in the form of social gathering that allows them to share their thoughts as they gather for meals, for instance.

MMC is just like a family

“In MMC, we are just like family members. We learn, we grow and we support each other. As the saying goes, your circle of friends dictates your future. Exactly! When you connect with forward-thinking business people, you can only keep moving forward. No holding back!

He also pointed up that SMEs can be really “lonely”. People could hardly understand the hardships they endure, and most of the time they just don’t know how to tell it. Even if they tell it to the outsiders, they speak a different language, and don’t know how to express it clearly, making it difficult for people to understand.

“Well, for MMC, it’s a different story. This is a safe haven for the MMC family members to build trust and seek new ideas.”

Expanding across Southeast Asia

Dato’ Sri Adrian Wee also highlighted that MMC is not confined to Malaysia as it will soon get registered in Singapore. The goal is to connect with the Southeast Asian market, so that students from Malaysia, Singapore, Thailand, Vietnam and Indonesia can understand this education system better by speaking the same language. And by joining the big, extended MMC family, they get to know each other better and closer as they join forces to build the business ecosystem together.

“We look forward to attracting at least 3,000 students next year; and then by 2025, our target is to have 5,000 MMC family members across Southeast Asia, which is driven by the spirit of sharing, love and care.”

He explained that MMC will have many sub-groups of no more than 20 people each with each group representing a different industry.

At present, there are about 1,500 Malaysian MMC family members, in which 200 of them are active all the time. He is hoping that old members can become active once again, and together with the new members, MMC shall be growing from strength to strength as time goes by.

Quoting an example, there’s one MMC student in hairdressing business who couldn’t find a breakthrough after more than 10 years in the industry. However, because of his consistent communication with other MMC family members, he achieved a record-breaking RM124,000 of revenue in just 6 months! This is the true power of ‘leverage’ among MMC members, of how it helps build success within its own circle of people.

New App to be launched in Singapore

Dato’ Sri Adrian Wee revealed that the development of a purpose-built App with unified education content is already underway, which will be officially launched in Singapore very soon. The App will then be introduced into other Southeast Asian countries and serve as the cross-country connecting point in the name of education.

According to him, MMC will play a key role in helping its family members expand their business network that saves cost while avoiding the wrong ways of doing things and putting them on the right path to success.

“Put simply, in business, if you don’t integrate your resources with that of others and restart the journey; when others do that ahead of you, for sure you will be losing out.”

According to Dato’ Sri Adrian Wee, healthy competition in business is good. However, he reminded businesspeople not to attack their opponents with dirty or unethical tactics. The most practical way is to add value to the market, and let the market determine your survival value. Of course, product innovation, together with team support, is a must.

“Apart from focusing on business education, MMC will also carry out its social responsibility through a series of charitable activities. Giving back to the society of where we belong is such a noble act after all. So, whenever the opportunity arises, we will just do it,” he assured.

Dato’ Sri Adrian Wee

MMC education is a bridge

“There is no shortage of knowledge in this world, it’s just lacking in wisdom. MMC education is like a bridge, integrating people of the old and new eras for wisdom seeking. And through this platform, MMC family members can always learn something by tapping into each other’s strengths to make up for their own weaknesses.”

Dato’ Sri Adrian Wee also pointed up that the current market is focusing more on personal branding rather than corporate branding. Therefore, he reminded the business community to take the advantage of the situation of how consumers support a particular brand because they recognize the people behind it first, instead of the product itself.

“That’s how you build a reputation and work towards becoming number one in your industry,” he remarked.

The big, friendly family of MMC provides a safe haven for its members when faced with challenges.

Spending meaningful time with local students during the Vietnam tour.

When the MMC family members get together, expect lots of fun connecting and supporting each other while exploring new business opportunities together.

The Vietnam charity tour has touched many lives.

Dato’ Sri Adrian Wee is seen interacting with a physically challenged friend.

On 4 September 2020, the 1Love1Home charity campaign led by Dato’ Sri Adrian Wee visited Beautiful Gate Foundation For The Disabled in Puchong.

Students concentrate on the class for new knowledge.



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