The Changing Future of Work
 
 
The Changing Future of Work
 

THE CHANGING FUTURE OF WORK

As generations collide, workforces become more diverse and people work longer. In Singapore, the potential retirement age is after 67 years old. What does this mean for your organisations’ future? What are the risks of being left behind? Have you thought of who the business leaders of 2030 would be? Which organisation, HR policies and business models need to be implemented and adopted?

Our future is driven by powerful evolutionary and revolutionary forces – the megatrends which are fundamentally reshaping the world of work for good. Have you considered the implications and equipped yourselves with the necessary strategies required to deal with the evolving and multiple visions of the future?

Join us, NTUC LearningHub (LHUB) and The Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development (CIPD), and discover valuable insights from the industry leaders.

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DATE

Friday, 4 November 2016

TIME 

12pm to 5pm

LOCATION

Hall 300-302, Suntec Singapore Convention & Exhibition Centre
1 Raffles Boulevard, Suntec City
Singapore

GUEST OF HONOUR

Patrick Tay

Assistant Secretary-General

NTUC

 

SPEAKERS & PANELISTS

Peter Cheese, CEO, Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development (CIPD)

Shaping a Brighter Future of Work

Peter is the Chief Executive of The Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development (CIPD). He is recognised as a consultant, speaker and writer in the field of human capital and organisation, and has worked with many organisations, practitioners and thought leaders in this field. He was voted as the UKs most influential thinker in HR for 2013 by HR Magazine. He is also a non-exec director at BPP University, and sits on the Advisory Board of the Open University Business School.

From 2010 to 2012 he was Chairman of the Institute of Leadership and Management and remained as a member of the Board until July 2013.

Prior to that, Peter was Global Managing Director of Accenture's Talent and Organisation Performance consulting practice. He has extensive international experience gained from many years of working with leading businesses around the world on human capital and organisational strategy, talent management and HR transformation, and the management of change. He has written numerous articles for leading publications worldwide and was the lead author on a book, The Talent-Powered Organisation, published in October 2007 by Kogan Page. In 2008 he was named by Consulting Magazine as one of the top 25 consultants worldwide.

 

Sherie Ng, Managing Director, Strategic Region, NICE

People Engagement: Disruptive Thinking vs Disruptive Technology

Sherie leads the overall strategic planning, sales, business development and operations of NICE’s Enterprise & Actimize business in the Strategic Region that covers Asia Pacific, China & Middle-East. She holds over 18 years of experience in general management, sales management and transformation. Sherie is responsible for building a high performance organization in its transformation to a solutions company whilst maintaining day-to-day operations of NICE across top global and strategic clients across Asia Pacific.

Prior to joining NICE, Sherie drove business growth and expanded the footprint in Asia Pacific through brand and business model transformation at Invensys. She has also held other senior regional sales and marketing leadership positions for technology and info-communications heavyweights such as SingTel, CSG Systems and Lucent Technologies.

Andrew Chan, Founder & CEO, ACI HR Solutions Ltd

Building Bridges Between Today’s Talent and Tomorrow’s Skills

Andrew Chan is the Founder and CEO of ACI HR Solutions (ACI) and is responsible for the firm’s operations and strategic direction.

He has worked in many facets of the industry, commencing his career as a Travel Agent in Australia and subsequently joining the airline industry, working with Cathay Pacific Airways and Singapore Airlines in customer service and business development roles. Andrew furthered his experience by entering the hospitality sector, working for brands such as Stamford Hotels & Resorts and the Carlton Hotel Group, and later joining Hospitality Marketing Concepts (HMC) as their Director of Business Development, overseeing all sales and marketing activities in Australia, New Zealand and Asia. In 2005, Andrew took his wealth of industry experience into the world of Executive Search, and was appointed CEO of TMS Asia Pacific where he has established himself as one of the leading HR, Talent and Recruitment experts in travel, tourism and hospitality sector.

A polished and engaging presenter, Andrew has addressed intimate audiences to mega events at travel and hospitality conferences, events, trade shows, as well as educational institutions. He is frequently invited for his commentary by the media, and regularly contributes his expertise on recruitment and HR best practices in industry publications. Andrew is an active member of several industry associations including PATA, HSMAI, ACTE and SKAL International Singapore. He holds a MBA from the University of South Australia and is a past President of HSMAI Singapore and of SKAL International Singapore.

Andrew was most recently recognized as the Entrepreneur of the Year at Recruitment International Awards - Australia 2016.
 

Joni Pulido-Ferrier, Business Transformation Advisor, SAP - Australia Pacific & Japan

As part of the SAP-SuccessFactors Business Transformation team in Australia Pacific & Japan, Joni Ferrier is the leader for the Southeast Asia marketplace.

Joni has a multi-faceted background in software development, consulting, HR technology and HR transformation. Joni started her career in IT consulting but recognized early on the huge impact HR can create to the business outcome and to the quality of life of each employee. She made a conscious decision to focus on HR projects and management since 1998. She has lead multi-cultural teams in the local, regional and global capacity. She brings in a unique perspective of the considerations required in implementing people, process and technology changes across geographies and multiple HR service delivery models.

In her career spanning almost two decades working with and within HR organisations, she has seen the challenges HR faced in articulating the value of investing in HR. Her focus is to assist organisations realize the impact that an HR service delivery aligned with the business strategy has to the bottom line.

Joni graduated from Fox Business School / Temple University with highest honor for Master’s Degree in Human Resource Management.