Barbadian to Deliver the 31st Sir Winston Scott
Barbadian, who has distinguished himself in the field of
management at the international level, will deliver the 31st
Sir Winston Scott Memorial Lecture at the Frank Collymore Hall
on Monday, November 27, 2006 at 8:00 p.m.
Dr. Carlisle Boyce, Executive Director, Industrial and
Transportation Business of 3M Asia Pacific.
He oversees the company’s Asia Pacific business from
his base in Singapore. 3M is a Fortune 500 Company with operations in more than 60
Boyce will speak on the topic, “Asia
Pacific as an Emerging Economic Powerhouse:
Implications for Barbados and the Caribbean Region”.
Barbados seeks to expand its markets and attract new investment
flows, it is a distinct honour to have someone of the
international experience of Dr. Boyce to speak to us on the
occasion of the Sir Winston Scott Memorial Lecture and the
country’s 40th Anniversary of Independence.
This is particularly opportune as we recognise that Asia
Pacific offers numerous new business opportunities. “This
lecture by Dr. Boyce, a Barbadian who has excelled in management
and who has worked as a senior official in a multinational
corporation in Asia, should provide us with useful insights into
doing business in Asia and with ideas on how to capitalize on
new opportunities,” Governor of the Central Bank of Barbados,
Dr. Marion Williams commented.
Boyce has so distinguished himself at management level that he
was appointed to the 3M Executive Conference, the exclusive and
prestigious collection of the company’s top executives whose
attainments represent the production for the company of US$1.5
from his involvement at 3M, the outstanding Barbadian finds time
to maintain an active membership in several professional
associations, including the Chemical Institute of Canada, the
American Chemical Society, and the Canadian Research Management
Association. He also sits on the Board of Directors of 3M India.
Sir Winston Scott Memorial Lecture, which is sponsored by the
Central Bank of Barbados, is held in November each year in
honour of Barbados’s first native governor general and in
celebration of the country’s Independence.