In today’s business environment, moving fast and the ability to evolve has become a key element to drive an organisation forward. Business leaders are starting to recognise that what matters most is not where employees come from, but where and how far they are heading. In this opening keynote, our C-suite leader will address the core value and mindset needed that sets the direction to help your talent and organisation thrive to create real change in your organisation.
- Marching towards a new chapter of people management – What is the most important qualities of today’s talent?
- How to encourage people to think one step ahead to drive real change for organisation towards a brave new future?
- What is important to drive the right mindsets and behaviors in new organisations? What are the common challenges and learnings?
Deniz Guven, CEO and Board Member, Virtual Bank by Standard Chartered
James Storey, Management Consultant, People & Organisation, PwC Hong Kong and Mainland China
Max Seto, Principal HCM Conultant, Workday
- How can we define innovation? Is innovation simplistically about generating new ideas?
- How to evaluate your current organization to navigate the innovation development.
- Rethinking the approach in hiring and developing employees to enable them to be more fluid in adopting changes in the business environment and evolve the organization faster.
Akina Ho, Head of Digital Transformation and Innovations, Great Eagle Group
Antonio Ng, Executive Director of Innovation, Greater China, AECOM
Ming Chen, Chief Culture Officer, EF Education First
Carmen Chong, Director of People, Lalamove
Seria Lam, Director of Human Resources, Maxim’s Caterers
Today, innovation plays a major role in driving a company’s growth. A surging number of executives even claim that long-term organizational success depends on innovation. In this case study session, our speaker will address how Design Thinking & Service Design are the core skills to adopt to increase organizational innovation and some lessons learned and a case study for how Fidelity scaled service design.
John Gist, Global Head of Digital Excellence & Working Practices, Fidelity International
- Creating a positive culture by design
- New approach to employee engagement
- Introduction of technology and innovation for emotional awareness
Marina Vogt, Engagement Lead and Chief Happiness Officer, Fung Group
Here’s the question – is today’s recruitment merely about putting the right message in front of the right person at the right time? This might sound simple enough, but our hiring managers in the panel think it actually requires a little more thought to create the best talent acquisition strategy for today’s business environment.
- What is the current talent acquisition landscape globally and what exactly potential talent out there in the market want?
- New way in crafting a job description that Gen Z will actually read and apply? Task Description Vs. Experience Description?
- Is going social really workable? A review of how effective and what’s more can be done in social recruitment?
Moderator: Onis Wong, Senior Manager, Regional Talent Acquisition and Employer Branding, Asia Pacific, BASF
Giorgio Benassi, Head of Talent Acquisition – Global Production, H&M
Renee Wu, Talent Acquisition Lead, APACMEA, Travelport
Vicky Daryanani, APAC Functional Lead, Talent Acquisition, Verizon
- The fundamental principal about people
- Practices leveraging mobile internet and organization strength—-“Productization” mindset
- SSC to SDC—IT infrastructure makes flexibility and agility happen
Jasmine Lin, Senior Expert, Organization Development, Tencent
Innovation is a buzz word in today’s business. Investors and corporate leaders are all eyeing start-ups to search for the next high-potential projects or even unicorn. While there is always a natural link between innovation and start-ups, how can large corporates reflect on their internal organisational structure and manpower strategies to mirror the success of start-ups and keep moving their companies towards disruptive future?
Ivan Yong, Founder, Angel Investor and Best-selling Author, Nanyang Angelz
The strategic purpose of HR is to “create a sustained competitive advantage through workforce performance.” This advantage is created when “people in your key positions outperform their peers at competitor organizations.” For example, your sales people outperform competitors’ sales people … in the eyes of the customer. Your services people, your product development people, and your solution architects outperform their peers at competitor organizations. We will show you a recent solution, with deliverables, for improving the performance of a Country HR Director. This presentation will be very practical – in the end, you will know precisely “what to do.”
- What is the full solution for improving the performance of any key position?
- How will you ensure that business managers are accountable for continued performance improvements?
- How can you prove your value by measuring year-over-year key position performance improvements?
Bradley W. Hall, Ph.D. Former Senior Advisor to the CHRO, Huawei Technologies
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