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Overview of the event

"Human capital" is sometimes used synonymously with "human resources", although human capital typically refers to a narrower effect. Human resources are no longer just recruitment and training of employees, but also a part of future strategy for any company.

In this fast-moving world characterised by constant change, HR transformation is not optional. Organisations have to overcome decades of legacy systems, siloed working, lack of agility, among other obstacles.

At HR Innovation Summit we will discuss and share key challenges along the digital transformation journey and success stories in optimizing employee experience.



Facts & Figures About The Event

7 Speakers
7 Topics
50 Tickets

Conference Schedule

HR Innovation Day, Singapore
X Topic Abstract

Future of HR with AI and IBM's Point of View on Talent in the age of AI As choice opens up to our user/consumers with the variety of products and services to suit their needs, how do we differentiate our ourselves (company). By looking at the 4 types of “interactors” (Early, Middle, Late, and non adopters) and comparing them to our core values, we can help shape and orchestrate their engagement by combining them into our “Co-Centered” business model. Through this sharing of beliefs about our product/services externally, we can help align our values to drive clarity resulting in increased engagement, loyalty and customer feedback.

Speaker Profile

Neha Pareek is the ASEAN HR Director for IBM. Prior to this role, Neha was the Chief of Staff to the IBM CEO for Asia Pacific. Neha has extensive experience in talent acquisition, succession planning, leadership development and as an HR Business Partner. In her current role, Neha is focused on 3 aspects - Skills, Employee Experience and Leadership for the ASEAN countries. A social business visionary who thrives on people and innovation to deliver business results

X Topic Abstract

A Function that has seen an evolution from “Personal Management” to “Human Resources” and now to “Human Capital Management” but throughout the advancements we have seen changes to the way we execute or facilitate the activities.

The Rise of Technology and Artificial Intelligence has paved the way to move away from manual to automation, but the Goal remains the same which is to have the Right Talent at the Right Place, Time and Cost.

In the decades to come this function would further evolve to be a key enabler to help business achieve its fullest potential, as we will continue to deal with the “Human Capital”.



Speaker Profile

Gobal is a Human Capital Consultant at DXC Technology, “A start-up but not born today”. The company was born with the Merger of Hewlett Packard Enterprise’s Enterprise Service segment and Computer Science corporation in 2017. He has over 14+ years of diverse experience in Human Capital Management in the Information Technology space.

He has lead and delivered successful HR strategy, leadership development, performance management, and an expert in mergers, acquisitions, divestitures and outsourcing managing Asia, within a broad spectrum of clients from airlines, banking, manufacturing, retail, public sector and telecommunications.

He possess a powerful combination of leadership skills, technical knowledge and strong commercial acumen, his expertise of establishing high performing cultures through hiring and retaining high-potential talent, use of progressive technical resources to maximize productivity, leadership to motivate teams and generate impressive financial results.

X Topic Abstract

Upskilling workforce to adapt to automation, comparison of adapting and non adapting companies. Automation is delivering immense value in all business areas through Speed of delivery, Quality, Availablilty and Reliability of process or service. The way to prepare for a future where artificial intelligence and automation will be a constant companion, is to understand it's capability, be an early adopter and utilize it's potential in day-to-day lives. Self driven and/or organisational driven trainings on automation capability will lead the way in preparing the employees for finding ways they can help themselves and their organisations to outperform. Such a 'learning organisation' will be able to differentiate itself in a disruptive sense, while staying relevant. Despite the technological advances, the age old human qualities that will always need to be nurtured will be those requiring abstract and critical thinking, strategic planning, trust building, empathy and human ethics. The talk will cover some examples and case studies of how learning organisations and upskilled employees have outperformed. Some time will be spent discussing with audience about their experiences.


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Our Speakers


Neha Pareek

ASEAN HR Director

IBM


Amit Saxena

United Overseas Bank Limited (UOB)

Lead Business Analyst / Project Manager


Gobalakrishnan M

Human Capital Consultant

DXC Technology


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Our Pricing

Group of three or more(Early Bird)

SGD 400

Till January 31, 2020
Group of three or more(Standard)

SGD 425

Till April 03, 2020
Individual(Early Bird)

SGD 575

Till January 31, 2020
Individual (Standard)

SGD 700

Till April 03, 2020


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Who can attend HR Innovation Day in Singapore?

• Chief Human Resources Officers
• Human Resource Directors
• Head of HR
• Head of HR Operations & Head of Shared Services
• HR Transformation Managers
• Strategic HR Business Partners
• General Managers of HR
• National HR Business Partners

Why to attend HR Innovation Day in Singapore?

- Access to Full-day event
- Talks by industry experts on different aspects of Human Resources
- Overview of frameworks and tools that you can adopt
- Access to slide decks of all speakers
- Networking opportunities with other passionate professionals from your city

What will you learn about?

Learn latest techniques and skills required for Human Resources from industry stalwarts themselves. Latest trends, concepts, processes and tools to understand and acknowledge challenges in Human Resources. Meet and network with fellow HR experts from leading companies. Learn how to adapt and adopt these changes quickly and swiftly within a team and also across the enterprise.

Are there any prerequisites to attend this program?

No

Do I need to register for the event?

Yes, all conference attendees must register in advance to attend the event.