TEDxRotterdam2011 Jan Kees de Jager

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1. not easy to switch from entrepreneur to politics

1.1. need to addapt

1.2. 1st day

1.3. the driver carried a large bag

1.3.1. lot of info

1.3.2. all the decisions are due for the next day

1.4. experience of entrepreneur

1.4.1. replace bags into iPads

2. future leader ship means seasing every opportunity

2.1. being on the rigth place

2.2. at the rigth time

2.3. how to sease

2.3.1. intuition

3. questions

3.1. is it different?

3.1.1. politics vs entrepreneur: decision process is more or less the same

3.1.2. you as a person are responsible for decission

3.2. change in leadership

3.2.1. open en transparent in motivation

3.2.2. why atre the doing what they do

3.2.3. lots of improvement by new technology

3.2.4. iPad: you have the latest info (directly from civil servants)

4. Opening speech

4.1. Profile on TEDxRotterdam site

4.2. @JCdeJager

4.3. minister 2.0

5. intro

5.1. student in Rdam

5.2. started his company

6. story about opportunities

6.1. started in Rotterdam

6.2. started

6.2.1. selling toys as a kid

6.2.2. resell toys

6.2.3. earned money

6.3. biggest financial crisis

6.3.1. started as Min of Finance

6.4. student at Rotterdam

6.4.1. started a comoany

6.4.2. read about multimedia

6.4.2.1. the next big thing

6.4.2.2. started at the attic of domitory

6.4.2.3. started a system for retailers

7. company

7.1. became biggest in NL

7.2. biggest client

7.2.1. can you design a custom made system

7.2.2. client had only 60.000 guilders

7.2.2.1. is alot for a student

7.2.2.2. they started building

7.2.3. ISM eCompany

7.2.3.1. from 2 to 200 employees

7.2.3.2. http://www.ism.nl/

8. 2007

8.1. prime minister asked join the cabinet

8.2. secretary of finance

8.3. politics

8.3.1. big step from entrepreneur to politics

8.3.2. the cabinet fell

8.3.3. became minister of finance during financial crisis

8.3.4. reforming goverment finances