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UMW HOLDINGS: SUSTAINING A CENTENNIAL CORPORATION

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Transcript of UMW HOLDINGS: SUSTAINING A CENTENNIAL CORPORATION

THEORETICAL FRAMEWORKS
1) Porter’s Five Forces Model (Porter 2007; 2008)

2) BCG Matrix

3) Business-Level and Corporate-Level Strategies

4) Strategic Management Process Model

UMW Holdings Berhad
CORPORATE PRESENTATION

Case Synopsis
By the end of 2011, five years short of its centennial anniversary, UMW Holdings was one of the biggest corporations in Malaysia, registering revenues of RM13.5 billion (USD4.5 billion), and net profit after tax of RM1 billion (USD0.33 billion). By that time, it had 110 subsidiaries, operating in four core businesses of automotive assembly and distribution of Toyota lines of products, automotive spare parts and lubricants manufacturing, industrial equipment franchisee, and oil and gas drilling. In September 2011, the company had targeted its Toyota automotive business to contribute to 50% of its revenues, while the other 50% would come from its other three businesses, by the year 2015. However, as of the first quarter of 2012, Datuk Syed Hisham Syed Wazir, the Group CEO and his management team realized that, at 72%, the automotive business was still the main contributor to the Group’s revenues. As the company’s Toyota franchise was limited exclusively to the Malaysian market, plus in the face of greater competition within the automotive industries, the company needed to set strategies to achieve its 50:50 plan. The case stimulates discussion on strategy formulation of a mature corporation, involved in a diversified business portfolio.

OBJECTIVES
To examine business sustainability in manufacturing and services industries. Study outcome contributes to existing literature on strategic management and business sustainability
To establish partnership with the industry in writing cases that will enhance research, teaching and learning in UKM.
To enhance relationship with the industry by generating articles that are useful for teaching and learning at business schools and as well as for training and development for the business communities.
METHODOLOGY
Theoretical Frameworks
1) Porter’s Five Forces Model (Porter 2007; 2008)

2) BCG Matrix

3) Business-Level and Corporate-Level Strategies

4) Strategic Management Process Model

OUTPUT
Khairul Akmaliah Adham, Rosmah Mat Isa, Noreha Halid, Norrana Khidil, Adlin Masood, Zizah Che Senik (2013). “UMW Holdings: sustaining a centennial corporation”,
Emerald Emerging Markets Case Studies
. Emerald Group Publishing Limited. Vol 3(4):pg 1-13.

IMPACTS
The case has been used for four semesters on about 100 students.

The case has impacted the students from three perspectives:
Skills

Knowledge

Attitude

IMPACTS
Skills

Encouraged analytical thinking skills of making strategic decisions for business expansion and growth.
Developed strategic decision making skills in a conglomerate with diversified businesses.
Enhanced communication skills through discussion and communication during group meetings and in class.

GOAL!
UMW HOLDINGS: ROAD TO THE NEXT CENTENNIAL
Geran Galakan Penyelidikan Universiti-Industri
INDUSTRI-2013-042
Khairul Akmaliah Adham, Rosmah Mat Isa, Noreha Halid, Norrana Khidil, Adlin Masood, Zizah Che Senik

IMPACTS
Knowledge

Revealed to students approaches to strategizing, which includes business-level and corporate-level strategy
Exposed students to the process of industry analysis using Porter’s five forces model in evaluating the company’s current position within its competitive environment.
Exposed students to use the BCG matrix in analyzing existing businesses and their future potentials, within a conglomerate.

IMPACTS
Attitude

Developed students’ appreciation of the challenges in sustaining and expanding individual business units and corporation, operating in a highly competitive environment.
Developed students’ understanding on the concept of a conglomerate structure and corporate-level strategy, in which the grouping provides added values to all within the structure.
Developed students’ appreciation of the various strategies, and the importance of understanding corporate and business demands, in order to sustain a company’s business.

Case Sypnosis
OBJECTIVES
To examine business sustainability in manufacturing and services industries. Study outcome contributes to existing literature on strategic management and business sustainability

To establish partnership with the industry in writing cases that will enhance research, teaching and learning in UKM.

To enhance relationship with the industry by generating articles that are useful for teaching and learning at business schools and as well as for training and development for the business communities.

METHODOLOGY
Personal interviews with the UMW Group Training and Development Manager, Mr Rohaizad.

Secondary information which are indicate in the text citations and the list of references.


OUTPUT


Khairul Akmaliah Adham, Rosmah Mat Isa, Noreha Halid, Norrana Khidil, Adlin Masood, Zizah Che Senik (2013). “UMW Holdings: sustaining a centennial corporation”,
Emerald Emerging Markets Case Studies
. Emerald Group Publishing Limited. Vol 3(4):pg 1-13.


IMPACTS
Skills

Encouraged analytical thinking skills of making strategic decisions for business expansion and growth.
Developed strategic decision making skills in a conglomerate with diversified businesses.
Enhanced communication skills through discussion and communication during group meetings and in class.

IMPACTS
The case has been used for four semesters on about 100 students.

The case has impacted the students from three perspectives:
Skills
Knowledge
Attitude


Knowledge

Revealed to students approaches to strategizing, which includes business-level and corporate-level strategy
Exposed students to the process of industry analysis using Porter’s five forces model in evaluating the company’s current position within its competitive environment.
Exposed students to use the BCG matrix in analyzing existing businesses and their future potentials, within a conglomerate.

IMPACTS
Attitude

Developed students’ appreciation of the challenges in sustaining and expanding individual business units and corporation, operating in a highly competitive environment.
Developed students’ understanding on the concept of a conglomerate structure and corporate-level strategy, in which the grouping provides added values to all within the structure.
Developed students’ appreciation of the various strategies, and the importance of understanding corporate and business demands, in order to sustain a company’s business.

100 MORE YEARS TO GO
UMW
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