The first time I dive was diving at Benoa, Bali. The deep around 5 meters. Diving was only holding on the coral and looking at fish swimming in front of me. 20 minutes diving was like standing on the bus stop. Several days later, I decide to get PADI open water license. I want to dive like a diver, not like a bus stop. 🙂 Benoa is definitely not giving enough excitement if you like diving. However, without Benoa, I will not have eagerness to get my PADI diving license. 🙂
Rafting at Ayung River, Bali. Rafting is a nice activity. Very happy. The part I don’t like are before and after rafting. Before rafting, I have to walk downhill around 300 stair’s steps to Ayung river. After rafting, I have to walk uphill around 300 stair’s steps to meeting point. I prefer rafting that the river is next to car park. 🙂
I was presented in front of hundreds employees at Grand Hyatt Sanur Bali about something new in the company called CodeR . CodeR is standing for Collaboration Demand and Replenishment. As an expert in supply chain management, I created CodeR to make sure both data and real product flows from factory (Replenishment) to consumer (Demand) fluently. They must be at the right time, at the right place, and at the right quantity. Using this new tool, I can increase forecasting accuracy, customer service level, product availability, product allocation, and On Time In Full.