Date: 6th May 2009 (Wednesday)
Venue: Perdana Leadership Foundation, No.1, Jalan P8H, Precinct 8, 62250 Putrajaya
More about the Discourse Series:
This is the ninth of the Perdana Discourse Series, following a successful debut in 2004 on "National Unity." Jointly organized by Perdana Leadership Foundation (PLF) and the Institude of Quality & Knowledge Advancement (InQKA) of UiTM and sponsored by Proton, the Perdana Discourse Series is a one-day semi-structured communication platform where a prominent presenter will speak to selected clusters of audience on a pre-determined topic, addressing its definition and tracing issue like policies, strategies and possible models used during the tenure of the past Prime Ministers. Discussions and issues arising from the discourse will be documented and mapped.
The keynote address will be followed by a moderated discussion session by experts from related fields and a representative of future leaders. Finally, a break-up group will deliberate on the issue to present resolutions on three aspects: the past, the present and the future. These will be presented by the whole group to conclude the discourse session. A monograph will be published following each programme in the series.
1. To offer platform for research on thoughts of the past five Malaysian prime ministers
2. To allow knowledge sharing on the leadership style of the country's statemen
3. To map the continuity of thoughts of past leaders
0800 - 0930 --Arrival of guests; Registration (Refreshment Provided)
0930 - 0935 -- Welcome Address
0935 - 0945 -- Introduction to the Discourse Series and topic
0945 - 1030 -- Keynote address by YABhg Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad*
1030 - 1115 -- Q&A
1115 - 1130 -- Coffee break
1130 - 1315 -- Panel Session and Q&A
1315 - 1330 -- Briefing for group session
1330 - 1430 -- Lunch
1430 - 1600 -- Group Session
1600 - 1730 -- Group Presentation and Plenary Session
1730 -- Refreshment & Closing
*His speech is pertaining to "The Role of the Executive, Legislative, Judiciary and Constitutional Monarchy in the governing of Malaysia"
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