HQ Asia speaks with Dave Lim, serial innovator and TEDxSingapore founder, about the intersection of ideas and innovation.
The rapid pace of technological development is transforming the job market. How can HR leaders start preparing their organisations and talent to adapt to these changes and stay ahead of the game?
It is time to discuss what skills next gen workers will need.
HQ Asia speaks with machine-learning expert Amr Awadallah who is Co-founder and CTO at Cloudera about how automation impacts society and work, what work still needs to be done in machine learning, and the six waves of automation throughout history.
How is working with an independent professional consultant different from working in a corporate set-up or with a traditional consulting firm?
Call centres have been around since the 1960s, gaining mainstream attention when employees were seen wearing telephone headsets on televised NASA Mission Control Center events.
Businesses, governments, and individuals are all focused on utilising and leveraging technology. With initiatives like Smart Nation and Smart Home, the question becomes how do we protect ourselves and our technologies against vulnerabilities?
How will technology shape the future of work? How can HR make the best out of these changes? Ravin Jesuthasan, Managing Director and Global Practice Leader, Talent & Rewards, Willis Towers Watson, answers these questions and more.
Technology and Digitisation. A highly wired, agile and mobile workforce. The emergence of the millennial generation. These three are all rapidly changing the rules of the employment game.
Sectors such as retail have felt it like a tsunami, with relatively new players such as eCommerce platforms Amazon and Alibaba growing rapidly, taking market share and forcing change at traditional brick-and-mortar retailers.
The boundaries between our personal lives and work are becoming more blurred. As this influences the nature and impact of our voice, we must also ask ourselves the wider implications of the way we communicate, including well-being and autonomy.
What are the five themes influencing the workplace evolution taking place across Asia, and how will AI impact the role of the HR leader? John Antos, Vice President of Strategy & Marketing, at ADP, shares recent research on the evolution of work and AI.
HQ Asia speaks with the Head of Insight & Futures at the CIPD about AI technologies shaping the future of work and the impact these can have on individuals, organisations and society.
“The machine doesn’t care about psychological problems like sacrificing a stronger piece. It looks at immediate returns.
Philippe Joubert is the former President of Alstom Power and Deputy CEO of Alstom Group, a Power and Transport Company with 94,000 people around the world and sales of 24 billion euros.
In a world where robots, automation and gamification become the norm, how can a workforce adjust to be future-ready? For a start, by becoming more human.
In face of the challenges of a growing city, the potential issues surface around densely populated cities signal the need for strategic plans, and building a smart nation could be the solution for the future.
What will the future of talent look like in Singapore in 2030? Dr Wilson Wong, Head of Insight & Futures at the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development (CIPD), shares research on what Singapore could look like in 15 years.
Grace Sai is the CEO and Co-founder of The Hub Singapore – the country’s pioneering co-working entrepreneurial community that has in the past four years established itself as the go-to place for entrepreneurs and their collaborators.
During spring 2016, AlphaGo, artificial intelligence developed by Google, defeated two human Go champions, thus breaking a frontier many people and specialists thought would never be possible.
There seems to be no shortage of evidence to tell us that the way we work is transforming.
American management thought-leader Gary Hamel talks to HQ Asia about what businesses can learn from the attributes of the Internet.
In a rapidly changing world, it is critical – and yet surprisingly difficult – for business leaders to engage in continuous learning. Jean-François Manzoni explains why.
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